Paranormalcy (Paranormalcy, #1), Supernaturally (Paranormalcy, #2), and Endlessly (Paranormalcy, #3). Endlessly by Kiersten White, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Try as she might, Evie can’t seem to escape her not-so-normal past. And what was supposed to be a blissfully normal school break is ruined.

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I could not wait to start this book. I fell in love with the series when I read ‘Paranormalcy’. I think the previous two books were incredibly refreshing and fun. Her ‘voice’ is so entertaining and I couldn’t help but giggle at all her sarcastic remarks, and kidrsten be honest, all the “bleeping” quotes.

Evie is the type of girl you’d love to have as your best friend. Lend is of course back as well, and I just adore his character. Reth and Jack are back, and I’m surprised to tell you that I adored both of them in this book. I don’t want to give spoilers away, but let’s just say that they fred do have redeeming qualities that I loved reading about. Vivian whitte makes some appearances and I love how she and Evie are getting closer and learning more about each other.

Endlessly (Paranormalcy #3) by Kiersten White Book Reviews

There kietsten many other secondary characters that make an appearance, as well as some new ones, and Kiersten White does a great job of making sure that their inner “voices” really come through. She is such ,iersten talented writer.

I didn’t really feel like I was reading a book, but more like reading the actual story of Evie’s life. I hope that makes sense. The setting doesn’t just happen in one place and I enjoyed that. The characters have to travel to a few different places, and I think it kept the whife moving really well.

I loved the scenes in the faerie realms and I think Kiersten did a great job of showing how terrifying the fae can be. Not only is the story fantastic, the characters likable and lasting, but the story is one that stays with you after reading the books. I still remember how great I felt after reading ‘Paranormalcy’ and how I couldn’t wait for future books of the series.

Kudos to you Kiersten for writing such a great series for young adults and adults! I can’t wait to see what you write next! And I’m so sad to see Evie and the rest the gang go, but this book gives us a definite ending that Fndlessly think readers will be happy with. I know I was. This series is bleeping fantastic! What a delightful little gem of a book Endlessly was!

As my favorite book in the trilogy and the perfect ending ever, Endlessly was just awesome and I am very anxious to see what is next for Kiersten White. These books are probably the most light-hearted, fun paranormals out there, and Endlessly is no exception! Kiersten White takes readers on a roller coaster in this one and kept me guessing until the last page. The stakes are high in Endlessly and I was on the edge of my seat, dying to know how everything would turn out. I love the complete originality that follows Kiersten White’s world – it is just so different from the paranormal genre which is awesome.


The characters are one of my favorite things about this series. Everyone is back in Endlessly, along with a few new characters and it was just a ton of fun. Evie is one of my favorite heroines in YA literature, and she really comes into her own in Endlessly. Ednlessly is just so lovable, fun, and a total hoot. I loved seeing more of Arianna in this one – she is such a great character.

Reth is that kind of sketchy guy who I love and hate at the same time. He is so devious and malicious, yet kind of awesome and really hot all at once. Endlessly by Kiersten White is a book you do not want to miss. Kiersten White ties up this trilogy with a bang! I read pretty much straight through Endlessly, not wanting to put it down for a moment. I am sad to see Evie’s story end, but love that Kiersten White did such an awesome job tying it up!

It’s always difficult to write a review for the end of a series I enjoy whether I loved it or hated it. Endlessly lies somewhere cree the middle leaning towards wihte side of loved. Most likely, my mood affected my reading experience, but I felt almost like I was growing apart from the series. I found Evie more annoying than endearing this time around and while Lend was kind and good, same as always, I was on Team Reth for the most part. Not that Evie ever considered him like that or anything, but I rather liked him anyhow.

The flow of the story was well done. I breezed right through it and it felt neither rushed nor sluggish. The only time it felt a little off was when they were going into the Realms to get to the Dark Queen. I just remember thinking “this feels like we’re getting ready for the end I have a terrible memory when it comes to books.

I know, it’s sad.

I didn’t remember who Vivian and Jack were right away. I think that helped endear Jack to me a bit more.

Evie and Lend kept making references to his past bad deeds, but I couldn’t for the life of me remember what he’d done. So I ended up adoring his amusing, candid ways. I really enjoyed the ending. White didn’t disappoint with her descriptions of the other realm. I wanted to spend even more time with it because it was just so lovely to read about. While Endlessly doesn’t make my top series’ finale list, it was still a good ending for the series. Weirdly, I enjoyed many of the side characters more than the main ones, but so it goes.


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I loved that the flow was nice and easy. The story moved from one thing to the next easily and I ended up reading it much quicker than I normally would a book that size. Because it terms of fluffy beach reads with engaging plots that honestly have zero literary merit, Endlessly and its companions ranks pretty high up there.

The quirky girliness and pink-obsession are honestly too cute for me to care extensively about, well, any of this books faults—and it has many. In order to go from point A to point B, White had a lot of ground to cover, and she had to shove a lot of stuff into less than pages.

She spent the first two books hating those characters, but in Endlessly she suddenly decided they were friends? White did include some interesting and praiseworthy moments in terms of relationships, like this: I love that Evie said that.

It had its moments, and I enjoyed most of it. But I could have done much worse. I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect ending. This book is really light-hearted and to me, a break from serious life threatening situation books.

Evie is still sassy, sarcastic and fun. I can’t get enough of this book and i was sad when it ended. With the long wait and high expectations this book did not disappoint. I was very happy with the ending. There were some page turning moments where I couldnt put the book down.

There were some sad goodbyes but they were needed. Star ratings in yellow are from our Staff Reviewers. Star ratings in green are reader reviews. Anyone can post a reader review, so post yours today! We have all sorts of YABC buttons for your website. Grab one here and link to Dree FAQs Advertise Become a member.

And what was supposed to be a blissfully normal school break is ruined when a massive group of paranormals shows up at her house, claiming that Evie is the only one who can protect them from a mysterious, perilous fate. The deadly war between the faerie courts looms ever closer.

The clock is ticking on the entire paranormal world. So much for normal. Editor reviews 2 reviews Overall rating. August 07, Updated: A great ending to a great series! Was this review helpful to you? Erica Top 50 Reviewer View all my reviews The Perfect Ending What a delightful little gem of a book Endlessly was! User reviews 4 reviews Overall rating. Already have an account? Log in now or Create an account.

Jasmine Top 10 Reviewer View all my reviews Endlessly enrlessly It’s always difficult to write a review for the end of a series I enjoy whether I loved it or hated it.