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Fragile Eternity (Wicked Lovely, Book 3) (edició 2010)
de Melissa Marr
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Fragile Eternity de Melissa Marr
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Though an interesting enough sequel that pushed along Melissa Marr's clear endgame between the faery kingdoms, Fragile Eternity was significantly weaker than the previous two installments.
That it is weaker is rather unfortunate because Seth and Sorcha are some of the more interesting characters involved within the deepening web of Marr's world. The relationship between Sorcha and Seth in particular felt rushed, particularly considering the depth and importance of where their relationship ended up.
More perspective from Sorcha would have improved the book quite a bit, in my opinion. Seth's importance to the other courts has been well explained in previous books, but Sorcha's attachment to him felt more like it was because it was 'supposed' to happen to further the main plot rather than a more natural, explicable connection.
In this third book of the series, Seth becomes unhappy with his mortal status now that his girlfriend is a fairy queen (and being heavily courted by her king), so he seeks a solution to the problem. There is lots of upset and trouble within the triangle.
Yeah, I think I'm done with this series. There's too much love triangle angst and the same old fraught conversations are rehashed over and over and characters make frustratingly bad decisions.
I couldn't get through this one. I really enjoyed Wicked Lovely but I feel like the rest went downhill.
Fragile Eternity continues Melissa Marr's stories of Faerie that began with Wicked Lovely. The third book in the series, it moves back to focus on the triangle between Aislinn, Seth and Keenan; although this time, it's all about Seth. Seth loves Aislinn but he realizes that he is mortal and she is Faerie which means that he'll die and she'll live for eternity. As summer grows nearer, Aislinn's bond with Keenan, her summer king, continues to grow. Seth can't stand the thought of being without Aislinn or of losing her to Keenan so he sets out to seek immortality for himself. But what will he have to give in exchange for an eternity with Aislinn?
What can I say? These books are very enjoyable. They're fun, enchanting reads. It's easy to relate to the characters. I love both Seth and Keenan and can't really make a choice between the two. I keep thinking I'm going to hate Keenan and then he does something wonderful. Should I doubt his motives? And Seth, well, he's the super-sexy, faithful guy that every girl wants. I'm even drawn to the characters of the Dark Court. I keep thinking there's going to be something done that redeems Naill, Donia and Sorcha to where everybody can live together happily ever after. Actually, I think Naill is probably my favorite character in the story - there's something intriguing and alluring about him. Maybe he'll turn out to be the true hero of the story.
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Aislinn and Seth struggle with the unforeseen consequences of Aislinn's transformation from mortal girl to faery queen as the world teeters on the brink of cataclysmic violence.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)813.6Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
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