End Game

End Game

by Emersyn Vallis

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BN ID: 2940151354479
Publisher: Emersyn Vallis
Publication date: 04/25/2015
Series: The Fate Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Emersyn Valis is an author from the east coast, but not the beachy part. When she's not carting her three kids, a cat who thinks he's human, and a hamster who eats Reese's, around she can be seen with a book in her hand or on her face when she drops it from falling asleep while reading. You can find her online at EmersynVallis.com

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End Game 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Honolulubelle More than 1 year ago
A satisfying end to a well crafted series Favorite Quotes: “It’s ironic that when you can see the end of your life coming everything becomes so much clearer. You find beauty in the small things and realize that time was really always on your side; you just didn’t seize the opportunities it offered because greed kept you always thinking there would be more.” “Love has a strange way of making you feel massive and insignificant at the same time.” “I mentally kill her at least twenty times a day. Sometimes, I pretend I’m a doctor and I kill her, only to bring her back to life so I can do it again.” “Looks like someone woke up on the smartass side of the bed.” “I could easily drown myself in you and never care about coming up for air.” My Review: End Game was aptly named as it brought an interesting and satisfying conclusion to this ingeniously well-crafted, steamy, and suspenseful epic. 1538 pages of highly addictive, deliciously intriguing, and down-right enthralling entertainment. Although I initially doubted his quality in book one, I want a Simon of my own. Emersyn Vallis has mad skills and I hope she continues to share them with us. Her characters are well fleshed out, original, high strung and uniquely quirky, yet still oddly appealing. I appreciate the effort and complexity of the humor and mystery which were initially a bit confusing, but always extremely intriguing and clever with chilling, smartly hidden, and casually dropped clues interwoven throughout the four books. My only complaint is that I now have an intense craving for peanut butter cups. I sincerely hope Ms. Vallis is hard at work on her next series.