From the New York Times bestselling author of the Covenant and Lux series comes the pulse pounding fourth novel in the electrifying Titan series Jennifer L Armentrout is such an amazing writer my heart is still beating hard against my rib cage Book Gossips A drum tight sense of suspense and sexual tension from the first page to the last Publishers WeeklyHistory is on repeat Seth never thought he d have a future Now he s on the brink of having it all A tomorrow A family All that s standing in the way of that forever with Josie is the Titans.A price must be paidFor Josie, entombing the Titans is what she was born to do 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, 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....
|Title||:||The Prophecy: The Titan Series Book 4 (English Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Hodder Stoughton 8 M rz 2018|
|Number of Pages||:||492 Pages|
|File Size||:||565 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Prophecy: The Titan Series Book 4 (English Edition) Reviews
A Titan Novel Book ist eine meiner Lieblingsreihen überhaupt und ich bin unendlich traurig, dass es vorbei ist. Es war eine wunderbare und so schöne Geschichte rund um Josie, Seth, die Götter und Titaten.Der ultimative Kampf steht bevor, und Josie und Seth brauchen einander als jemals zuvor. Diese Liebe und Verbundenheit der beiden ist einfach wunderschön und es hat sehr viel Spaß gemacht, die beide auf den letzten Seiten zu begleiten. Auch im privaten und persönlichen Umfeld bekommen die beiden eine neue Herausforderung. Zu guter letzt: Seth als Gott - hier sage ich gerne "oh mein Gott". Er war einfach, wie immer, umwerfend frech.Jennifer hat hier eine wunderbare Reihe geschaffen, mit vielen Ups und Downs, so viel neu gewonnen Freunden, dass es mir unglaublich schwer viel, mich von den Protas zu verschieben.
A super good book that I was able to read in one night. Really readable. Jennifer L Armentrout really did magic one this incredible last book of the Titan Series.
Oh wow I can't believe that this series is over and I can't believe how Jennifer did it again and not only wrote an amazing series but also a perfect ending for it.This book literally broke my heart, pieced it back together only to do it all over again. Seriously I was crying while reading this and I basically never cry during books.We had the typical full of himself Seth remarks that make you laugh out loud and even some of my missed Alex humor. This is really the perfect stuff to balance out all the emotional and heart breaking stuff that is going on at the same time.I can't believe how stunning the character development of Seth was. Back in the day I hated him while reading the Covenant series and I wasn't so sure about him getting his own book. It's amazing how much he changed during these four book and how much he even changed in The Prophecy alone. I really started to love this idiot.Josie I liked from the beginning but during this book I got to love her even more. She is just so strong and amazing and I don't think I could ever go through stuff like she did and still be this caring and overall amazing.Plus I have to say I love how Josie and Alex became friends and even more how Seth and Aiden started to work together and even joke with eachother.As always the writing was A+ and I didn't even realize how far I've read until I looked at the page count and was shocked to see that I basically had nothing left. Though there wasn't that much action in here it was still a thrilling read. Honestly it was something fresh to read a last book that wasn't filled with action to the brim and you could concentrate more on the characters.The flow of the story was perfect and honestly I wish it would've been longer than it already is.All in all a perfect last book that will make you smile and also break your heart.
Es schmerzt mich hier nur zwei Sterne zu geben, aber leider ging die Serie meines Erachtens nach dem zweiten Buch den Bach runter. Es war mir dann einfach zu sehr Teen Drama, das verzweifelt versucht doch bei den Großen mit zuspielen. Es so schade, da Seth und Josie doch so tolle Charaktere sind. :(
"What I was feeling was scary as hell, but it was also the good kind of pressure. The kind that told me I’d do anything to keep her and our child safe. Coat my hands in blood if necessary, and I had. More than once, and I carried very little regret for doing so.Love outweighed regret."“I know you have done bad stuff, but that isn’t the sum of who you are.” My heart was cracking for him. “You are making amends. You have made amends. You’re not a bad person, and I know, without a doubt, that our child will never be ashamed of who his father is.”“I want that to be true. I need that to be true.”“There’s only one option, then. We’ll make that true.”It’s been hard for me to put into words the gamut of emotions that “The Prophecy” caused me to experience. As much as I love to read, I can count on one hand the number of books that have elicited a deeply emotional response. And I tell you now that this book has joined those elite ranks. There is a section in this novel where I had tears spilling down my cheeks and a huge lump in my throat. The pain and loss was so real to me in that moment, and I think that is a mark of a truly great author, to make a reader care so much for a character’s journey.There are many ups and downs in this book, this series, and what really hit home for me was the realization that redemption does not come without sacrifice. But sacrifice can pave the way to a bright future, though the cost still lingers.I’ve said it before, and it’s worth saying again: JLA has made me love a character that I once hated. Seth and Josie’s story has now come to its conclusion, but it's also a beginning. To quote a favorite movie, “There are no happy endings, because nothing ends.” Thank you, JLA, for this great series.
I can't believe this is the end! Ugh, so many tears! SO MANY! This was the absolute perfect ending for not only the Titan series, but also for the Covenant series as well- unless of course, JLA wants to write more (pretty please?). Honestly, I didn't want it to end. I've loved these character so much, way back when I discovered them on Goodreads in 2011. This entire series is so unique that you get sucked in instantly and end up falling in love with all the characters in it. I just can't believe I'm never going to read another Covenant novel! Also, side note: This is definitely a book you want to have emotional support nearby for! And tissues. Lots and lots of tissues!Okay, okay. So enough moping about it ending. The Prophecy was everything I wanted it to be. Josie is once again our kick butt heroine and Seth is Seth in all his amazing-ness. However, I feel like the characters have really grown up in this final installment and we see that on a new level. And while the Big Bad is still out there (and we do get some serious action scenes), this last book is more focused on wrapping everything up and the emotions behind what has been going on. The gang is on a ticking clock trying to find a way to entomb the Titans once more and nothing is going as planned. While I really loved the entire book, what I was super proud of was Josie. I'm not going to get into any spoilers, but Josie's character goes through so many changes and she has so many things thrown at her, and yet she comes out of it stronger and WISER. She makes the right decisions for her and I was so proud of her character for that. Of course, I think the same can be said about Seth. He's come a long way since his days in the Covenant series for sure.The bottom line is, JLA is Boss/ Queen and the collection of both the Covenant and Titan novels is one of my favorites and I definitely recommend them to everyone!
Man oh man, while I've been anticipating this conclusion to Seth's story for a good long while now, picking it up was kind of nerve wracking. Expectations were high, hopes were higher, and my ever present fear of series enders was in full force. So, as I do, I stalled on reading this one for a little bit after it hit my kindle. Until I couldn't stall anymore. And now here I am, just finished reading The Prophecy, and...y'all. I have so many feelings. MY HEART. What do I do now? It was SO GOOD.The characters are my bread and butter in this series, and I loved them more than ever in this book. Josie is the same smart, funny chick she's always been -- but she's also grown and matured a whole bunch. And goodness knows I've loved Seth since always, but I EXTRA loved him in this novel, where he's sweet and protective while still maintaining his natural arrogance. Then the side characters, both the ones we've known and loved for a while and those that are new. Jennifer L. Armentrot excels at many aspects of writing, but her characterization of all characters is definitely one she's especially talented with.Speaking of the writing -- it was addictive, as usual. I feel like I always say that when I'm talking about JLA books, but it's because it's true. When it stops being true, I'll stop saying it. But for now, I shall say ADDICTIVE. The pacing was good, with the only hiccup for me being the beginning. I felt like it jumped into things too fast, which is strange because I hate exposition in books. Seriously, I do. But the beginning to The Prophecy was a wee bit jarring to me -- something I suspect was a product of the TOPIC of conversation the book kicked off with. While it was something I'd been worried about coming to light in this novel, it wasn't something I expected the book to open with. Thus said, this may just be a personal issue. However, it WAS something that made it take me a small bit longer to settle into the story.But settle into the story I did, with the characters and their journey. Once I was in, I was IN. And part of being IN was my significant emotional connection. I mentioned it in the beginning of this review -- my FEELINGS and my HEART. Ahhhh. I'd braced myself, because this is a series ender so obviously I'm going to be extra emotional. But even so I am so full of soft feels right now I'm considering crying. Such a solid, lovely ending to a series full of characters I've been head over heels over for years.Overall, The Prophecy is an intense, beautiful conclusion to the Titan series. I'm going to miss these characters with all my heart, but I have truly enjoyed their journey. If you're looking for an amazing paranormal romance series to pick up, look no further, my friends, because this right here is a perfect one for you!!