Monday, 25 November 2013

Ending ELE

Ending ELE (ELE, #5)Ending ELE by Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels

Book Synopsis

"Sometimes, I feel as if loving you is the single greatest and scariest thing I’ve ever done.” ~Tony (Ending ELE)

The government took her people and now they are looking for her too. Running seems to be all that Willow and her friends do these days. Not only must Willow stay out of the reach of the soldiers who took her friends, but now she finds herself hunted by a more sinister threat. An evil group of men that are looking to finish what Hastings' had started.

This time Willow's friends won't let her run off to be the sacrificial hero, especially not the man who loves her. Will Willow and her friends find a way to save her people and take down the bad guys once and for all? And in the end, can Willow and Tony find their happily ever after in a post Project ELE world?

From the authors of Project ELE comes ENDING ELE. The fifth book in an all-new apocalyptic series with a paranormal twist: The ELE Series

Shona's review 5 of 5 stars

It seems like a life time ago that I started reading the ELE series, in fact it's been a little over 13 months since I finished reading Project ELE and was on the verge of stalking the authors to find out when I could get my hands on the next instalment. No restraining orders where needed but I did stalk Gober and Nuckels just a little and joined their street team so that I could get sneak peeks into Willow's world before everyone else. It has been 13 months since my ELE journey started and the ending was highly anticipated. And I can honestly say it did not disappoint.

Giber and Nuckels have done a wonderful job of tying up all the loose ends. We find out just how deep Dr Hastings deception goes. Willow gets the closure she needs after the death of her mother and we find out why Project ELE didn't work the way it was supposed to. We get the action, the laughs, the tears. Oh the tears. And we get the Happy ending that we all hoped would be coming.

One of the things that I truly enjoyed about this series was the young adult aspect. Throughout the series Willow is running for her life and being chased by the bad guys, without being overly graphic, we get to experience the fear that Willow must be facing. We also get to experience her first love with Alex and then her deeper love with Tony, but it's all kept completely clean and innocent. I have no problems sharing this series with my 10 year old daughter. I'm pretty sure that Willow's story will be right up her street. And this is something else that I love about this series, it might be suitable for 10 year olds, but its also highly engaging for the more *ahem* mature audience.

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