Spoiler. Spoiler. Spoiler.
This is a review made by a silly girl and I don't care if you agree or not. (Actually, I don't see this as a proper review. I just want to let out all the feels.)
You probably should not read this. There's spoilers everywhere okay?
You've been warned. I can't tell you guys enough how much I love love love this book.
You see, the thing I first love about the story is Juliette. She was used being weak and pathetic, thinking that she was a monster. It's nice seeing her so strong, so determined for a change. She was practically invincible ever since but that's what fear do to us, you know? It paralyzes us so that we'll not be able to do anything at all. But the worst fear there is? It's the fear in ourselves. It limits us and hinders us to show what were really capable of. I am very, very proud of Juliette (not only for the choice of guy) because she overcame her fears and face everything head on. I love her for her weakness and strength. "Fear will come to fear me." I don't know if that's the exact words but I felt terrified just reading them.Then there's Warner. AARON. Gah.
ahhhhhhhh. @#h#kd#js#@ He was so ruthless and cold outside but that's not all there is. He was really vulnerable when you look at it. He bared his heart and soul to the one that matters most. He was afraid and brave at the same time. My heart broke for him. The lazy morning when they woke up? So cute. He was so adorable. I LOVE HIM WHEN HE BLUSHED. I can't freaking contain my grinning into minimal. Sometimes, while reading the story, i felt like an intruder. They are great together asdfghjkl sjsksodnidnsinsinkdbj #@hah#@jd (this is me, fangirling) Their relationship has never been so easy. As much as I like to have him for myself, I am freaking glad they end up with each other. (I told you, there's spoilers.) "Ignite, my love, ignite."
I want to feel sorry for Adam but I can't. He's such a douche. What is wrong with a girl being strong and being able to stand for herself? We don't always need guys to protect us, you know. Maybe, it's really not love when you don't have other choices. Okaaaaaay, maybe I feel sorry for him. Just a little bit. He had it so hard. Okay. I don't hate him. It's he's pride and ego that is working. I loved him in the first book. I saw him as a savior, a swoon-worthy hero but he's just not Warner. I know, I know, I'm biased I don't care. But, I feel for Adam really. As I'm typing this, I realized that I can't possibly hate him you know? just because. He's been used as a tool for us to see the great side of Warner. Anyway, I adore James. He's just too cute.
I love love love Kenji. Gosh, why wasn't he real? I love his jokes. I love him when he's serious. *shouts something inaudible* I will surely miss him.
The end? It was okay but I would have wanted more. The fight went so fast but it is good nonetheless. What happened after? I really would like to know many things but I respect the author's decision to end there.
The trilogy is great and I recommend it to you guys who doesn't mind a read with something so cheesy on the side. I'm terribly sad to see this series end.