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Endless Magic (2000)

by Rachel Higginson(Favorite Author)
4.43 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: I came across this series recommended. I was so into it I couldn't put it down. I stayed up all night finishing the last book! Do not read more spoilers!! I happy that Eden finally realized Kiran made a mistake & they grew up. I knew he was the one for her but they had to get past things & start over. I liked this book but I felt like it was dragging a bit. It was obvious that Kiran was on the good side but she was so out of the loop about things. I was like are you kidding me? How do you not see what's going on? I guess she was just blinded by her pain. But I don't get why everyone was hiding that Kiran was on the good side? Why would Kiran ask Eden to sacrifice herself for her brother, she does then he gets mad at her & tells her she shouldn't have come Avalon & him had... more a plan? I thought that was a little confusing. A lot of things could of gone better if they just involved Eden more. I found the whole school in castle thing pointless it was funny but pointless. I loved when Eden went inside Kiran mind. Them having there passionate moment but the whole let me show you how to shoot a gun was a bit boring. I think instead of writing about them doing that she could of wrote more at the end. I am happy with the way things went but I wanted more at the end. I don't feel like it's done. I believe she could take this series to more & more books if she really wanted too. But I did really enjoy it & loved her writing.
review 2: This installment renewed my faith in author Rachel Higginson. I was left in book three a little torn on whether I liked that installment. Book four was rejuvenating for me and reminded me why I fell in love with this series to begin with. Eden is faced with whether to choose the safe love in Jericho or be forced into a loveless marriage with Kiran. Above this she has the worry regarding threats to the kingdom made by the current king who has her imprisoned in exchange for the lives of the shifters. Eden and Kiran embark on a path to fake a love that isn't there. Or is it? Eden is fierce, stubborn and often bratty in her mannerisms, but I tend to forget that through all this she is only 17 years old. There are times in this book where I see her more in her mid twenties due to how mature she really is. I felt this book ended perfectly and loved the turmoil throughout. This was supposed to be the final book in the series, but I am very happy to see that there recently was a novella released as well as two more full length books. I believe that this series would be great for a movie adaptation. I give this book 5 fangs. less
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I've skimmed through this whole series. It's an alright story. Just couldn't stand the naïveté
OHHH I just love these books so much.
Soooo veryyyyyyy gooood!
I'm speechless...
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