Series: Titan #4
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Publication date: March 20, 2018
Format: eARC, 358 pages
How I got it: From the author
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History is on repeat…
Seth never thought he’d have a future. But now he’s on the brink of having it all with Josie: A tomorrow. A family. A forever. And all that's standing between him and that forever is the Titans. If he helps Josie entomb them -- without killing them, a nearly impossible task for him -- everything he could ever want will be in reach. But he soon realizes that as a god, every little choice he makes can reshape the world for the better… or worse. And in meddling with the Titans, Seth may have just set into motion catastrophic consequences that will force the Olympians to enter the mortal realm and reshape the delicate balance of power that keeps the world from total collapse.
A price must be paid…
Entombing the Titans is Josie’s top priority. After all, it was what she was born to do. But the plans her father put into play to help her are no longer an option, and the odds she and Seth face in forging their own path are grim. The escalating violence between halfs and pures only increases the danger closing in on them and their friends. Josie knows their chances of succeeding in their task are slim at best -- and if they fail, they might lose everything. But she also knows she's not fighting just for herself -- she's fighting for the man she loves, for their future, for the world. Together with the Army of Awesome, Josie and Seth will face the unthinkable. And to win this war, the ultimate sacrifice must be made.
For the end is here and the Prophecy will be fulfilled…
I received a complimentary copy of this book for review consideration.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Ok y’all, it’s been nearly a month since I finished reading The Prophecy and I’m still not entirely sure I can write a review for it. I loved it. Absolutely loved it. It was total perfection. It destroyed me in the best possible way. Actual tears were cried. And while I do think the ending was perfect, I’m still not ready to give up Seth, Josie and the rest of the gang. Not even close to it. So, I’m going to keep my review short and sweet and with zero spoilers.
The Prophecy put me through the wringer. I’m not even going to lie. It was one of those books I read with a pounding heart as I found myself torn between wanting to inhale the words, yet also make them last forever. Despite not ever having finished The Covenant series (I know, I know), I fell for the Titan series early on. I didn’t want to like Seth at first, but I fell in love with him regardless. That love grew stronger with each book, as did my fear of what would ultimately wind up happening. No one gets off scot free forever, right? Debts must be repaid and mistakes don’t come without consequences.
This book had it all — action, romance, feels and twists. I wasn’t really sure how everything would wrap up, but I couldn’t wait to find out. I think fans of the Titan series will be pleased with this final chapter… even if, like me, they’re not pleased it’s all over. (Greedy readers unite!)
“You are the furthest thing from weak and I never—never, Josie, want you to think for one second that you’re weak.”
“What I feel for you increases every waking moment and sometimes that scares the hell out of me, but I love you. Yesterday. Today. A thousand tomorrows from now, I will be in love with you.”
“Love usually doesn’t make people better. People want to believe that it does, but in the end, love usually makes people selfish. And for us? Gods? Love is more of a poison than a gift.”
“I could never give up on you. Not just because I love you, but because you’re worth fighting for, Seth. You’re worth loving, and if it takes a thousand years to prove that to you, I will.”
Have you loved the Titan series as much as I have?