Review: Endlessly

Endlessly
Endlessly by Kiersten White
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The successful conclusion to Paranormalcy and Supernaturally, this settles up accounts, long standing feuds and brings it all to a satisfying conclusion. Not many, if any, threads are left hanging. Evie, a teen born without a soul, but having achieved a small one, was a member of the International Paranormal Containment Agency, a group that was dedicated to tracking down paranormals, tagging them, and taking into custody those deemed dangerous. In the first two books, she left the agency, found true love, and started life as a somewhat normal teen, considering that her boyfriend was half a water-elemental. She had no family but was taken in by a bunch of paranormals at the local diner where she worked part-time, including her vampire roommate, a tree sprite, some earth elementals, and various other paranormals. I don’t think there is a single one that isn’t in the book. 😉 It is tongue in cheek, the heroine having a fondness for pink including her taser. In this book, the Agency is under new management and they want Evie back for their own agenda, which includes plans from the Unseelie court (the “bad” fey). Her ex-boyfriend, a fairy from the Seelie court (the “good” fey, well as good as they get), tries to help her, along with a young boy, Jack, who got trapped in the fey land. Evie comes to realize that the paranormals are stuck here, and they want her to help them. But as ornery and pig-headed as she is, it takes a whole book, and a number of crises before she sees the light. Great fun, and an easy read.

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