Endlessly by Kiersten White is the last of the Paranormalcy trilogy. Here is the deal:
Evie's paranormal past keeps coming back to haunt her. A new director at the International Paranormal Containment Agency wants to drag her back to headquarters. The Dark Faerie Queen is torturing humans in her poisonous realm. And supernatural creatures keep insisting that Evie is the only one who can save them from a mysterious, perilous fate. The clock is ticking on the entire paranormal world. And its fate rests solely in Evie's hands. So much for normal (GoodReads).
Evie girl, I LIKE you. When you promised to stop judging people in Crocs I snorted-laughed. When the gross, dirty, ugly unicorn made you want to sing about rainbows and happiness because of its magical powers, I giggled. I just wish you had something more exciting to do in this book
- Originality: 4. The whole secret-paranormal agency is neat. It reminds me of the Men in Black agency. The parts sneaking around IPCA were the best parts of the book for me.
- Absurdity: 5. Standard paranormal potpourri, but at least there is a mythology to organize it. Oh, and our cute female lead is the MOST IMPORTANT PERSON EVER but she has to figure out why and how to save her world. Sound familiar?
- Level of Paranormal Romance: 2. Romance takes a backseat to world-saving and evil-fairy-fighting. But Lend is still lack-luster, and I still don't buy the whole Reth thing. So ya. I was not caught up in any YA love here.
- Level of Harry Potter-ness: 3. I was never drawn into this story, and had to power through because I need to get Endlessly back to the library. That is not a ringing endorsement for the story line, BUT White sure is funny. I still laughed out loud at Evie’s silliness, so points for that!