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Posted January 26, 2013
Caleb, Jade and the gang are graduating high school and their lives seem to have settled...but the Greysheets are secretly mechanizing and the whole gang will have to fight for their lives once again. The Zondorae brothers realize that their power is slipping away and will stop at nothing to regain a semblance of control. Jeffrey Parker, caught between his position with the Greysheets and paranormals, will play a vital role in the outcome but can he walk the company line enough to stay alive.
An ominous threat lies close to home and one of their own is desperately at risk. Relying on themselves might not be enough. Sometimes you need your friends to come to the rescue.
A few discover that they are keys to Zondorae’s experiments. History cannot be changed, events have already been set in motion but in the end will Caleb and his friends have a decision in the course?
Unrequited Death is the final book in the Death Series. For me, it a very sad day to see this brilliant series end, but what a glorious ending! Fast paced and action packed the conclusion was splendidly written, giving us closure but leaving us craving more. The characters we watch grow up, like proud parent, are now fabulous adults but they still retained their witty banter and incredible snark. Heartfelt drama, laugh out loud commentary, nail biting action is everything we come to expect and love about Tamara Rose Blodgett’s writing. Unrequited Death is the perfect icing to this superb series!
This ARC copy of Unrequited Death was given to me by Tamara Rose Blodgett in exchange for my honest review.
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Posted January 23, 2014
Amazing! I could almost end my review right there, but that isn't enough to say about the final book in the Death Series! From page one, Book One, it's as if a gun went off, the race was on and the Death Gang were fighting for their existence! The journey through the years was an incredible ride, right up to the final page of this book!
Jeffrey Parker is back, looking all evil and villainous one minute, and fighting alongside Caleb the next! The Greysheets are once again, threatening the lives of the paranormals with their less-than-honorable agenda. The Zondorae brothers have crawled out from under their rock and are trying to gain control of the fate of gang, as well as the future of all paranormals. What other evils have been forced on all of the unsuspecting, genetically enhanced kids? Do any of them have a future?
I feel like I am saying good-bye to these kids, because they have grown up and are moving on to futures unknown, fully adults now. (Okay, maybe all but Jonesy is fully adult!) I'm going to miss Gramps, Onyx, everyone!
Thank you, Tamara for sharing your gift with us!
Clyde, I love ya!
This ARC copy was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review!
Posted June 14, 2013
I've read all of the books in this series and think they are some of the best books I've ever read. I highly recommend this series to anyone who likes paranormal, YA books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 26, 2013
This book picks up at the end of the kids' Sr. year of high school. The Greysheets and the Zondorae brothers continue their quest to control the kids.
Unrequited Death was an amazing end to Tamara's Death series. It is full of action, laughs and heartbreak. The ending is solid but there are so many stories left to tell.
Posted January 26, 2013
This book is amazing! In my humble opinion, it is actually the best of all the Death Series novels, but all six books are phenomenal, so, in all honesty, it’s hard to place one over another. Tamara Rose Blodgett has accomplished a lot in the last two years, from her very first novel release, Death Whispers, to the creation and promotion of two other great series, Blodgett has worked diligently to provide her readers with the next installment of her books in an extremely timely fashion. And, in doing so, it’s come to the point that she’s now completed the beloved Death Series. It is a sad day in that it has all come to an end, especially as I’ve been drawn to these novels since the very beginning.
Over the last two years, I’ve learned a lot about Caleb Hart’s future world. I’ve made some great friends, laughed extremely hard, felt pain, hatred, and happiness, as well as extreme love. With the completion of this novel, I truly feel like I’m losing a small piece of my soul—my friends have grow up and will no longer grace the pages of a Blodgett novel, which is a bit heartbreaking. The main groups’ coming of age, from ages 14-25, has been amazing to watch as Blodgett carefully wove her story together, creating extremely real, vivid, and loveable characters, and I hate, just hate, to see them go.
This novel is extremely special. It touches on exceptionally difficult topics, yet Blodgett treats them all with genuine care. And, though I was a bit nervous to dive in, especially as the synopsis alluded to a very dark experience for Tiffany, I don’t think it could have been written any more delicately than Blodgett has written it. And though there are sections of the book that will make readers flush with anger and cry for the all the characters’ pain, it’s perfect. Absolutely perfect, and I wouldn’t want the story to unfold in any other way.
Even though there are passionate sexual experiences in this novel, and yes, they’re fairly explicit (though short), and I always shy away from situations like this in my books, what I liked about Blodgett’s inclusion of them is that it’s taken five novels, extreme character development, and years of friendship for the characters to actually act on their feelings. It’s not a one-three month relationship where the characters can’t contain their “love,” but actually a true love story in which the characters have developed and matured to the point that they are ready for more. There are also real life consequences for their actions, which is another aspect of the novel I loved, because, unlike so many novels that I’ve read where sexual relations just seem to be there to be there, Blodgett actually works it into the mainstream plot. And sex is acted upon through true love, showing our teen readers what a healthy relationship is like, and how all decisions have consequences. It’s great to see a teen novel get it right, and that’s exactly what Blodgett does in this sixth book.
For those of you who have read the entire series and are awaiting this final novel, I believe you will love it just as much as I do. It couldn’t be any more perfect. And for those of you who haven’t read any of the series, or only part of the series, well, this is a series you will not soon forget. It’s full of wonder and true-to-life characters, dialogue, and situations that will make you connect to the characters in ways you didn’t know you could connect to fictional characters from a book. I highly recommend this series, and am hoping that maybe, just maybe, a spinoff series is in order. Five stars for a truly perfect ending.
Posted March 21, 2013
Posted January 12, 2013
I have read all of this series. It started rocky with the writer rushing ahead without really being clear about what was happening in the book. The characters and premise were awesome though so I kept going and every book got better and better. Until now...I am sad to have to say this but I thought this one was confusing and completely without a clear path. I love these characters but this book was awful. It was all over the place and seemed rushed. A story that needed to be at least twice this long to be told right and I am finished but still have no idea about a lot of what happened or why or how. It just had things happen out of nowhere with no explanation of why it was happening or came to be. I was never entirely sure of anything or the actions that took place. Sorry but I was really disappointed.It only got two stars because I love Caleb so much.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 5, 2013
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Posted February 25, 2013
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