Monday, 17 December 2012

Exposing ELE

Exposing ELE (ELE, #3)Exposing ELE by Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckles

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Goodreads synopsis.

"I honestly wish I could believe that things will end perfectly, with one big bright happy ending. But these last few days have taught me that life isn't made up of shiny moments. Life is hard; it's gritty. One day you are filled with joy and the next, you are crawling through the muddy trenches with no inkling of when you might be able to climb your way back up again." ~Willow Mosby, Exposing ELE

Can Willow expose Project ELE for what it really is?

Just when Willow Mosby thought that her life might return to normal, her parents and Tony are ruthlessly abducted, along with many other victims from the shelter. In an effort to save them, Willow has to take a stand against the darkness brought forth by the masterminds of Project ELE.

In the midst of all of the chaos, Willow is faced with some impossible choices. Is Willow strong enough to make these decisions? How can she decide between the man she first loved and the man who has sworn to protect her?

When certain events are set in motion, Willow finds herself caught in the center of an even darker, more diabolical scheme than she could have ever imagined. With her abilities rapidly growing, Willow finds herself more powerful than ever before. What she hadn't realized is that someone else has noticed her power, and they will stop at nothing to get it.

From the authors of Project ELE and Finding ELE comes Exposing ELE. The third book in an all-new apocalyptic series with a paranormal twist: The ELE Series.


My review.

This is the third instalment of the ELE series, if you haven't read the first two  (Project ELE and Finding ELE) yet then what are you waiting for? Seriously! Go pick them up and read them. You will not be disappointed.

I can't believe I literally stumbled upon this series with absolutely no knowledge of what they were about. From the very first book this series has hooked me in and kept me on the edge of my seat. And has found its way onto my (rather short) list of favourite book series.

This book starts off right where Finding ELE ends outside the mountain trying to protect people from Zack and his father. During the conflict Willow's parents and Tony are captured, presumed dead. Willow feels guilty and runs off to try to save them... with disastrous results.

Once again this book ends on a cliffhanger. And that's something I'm getting used to with this series (doesn't mean I have to like it) but hopefully it wont be too long before the next instalment in the series is out.

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