miércoles, 24 de febrero de 2016

Creators by Tiffany Truitt

Publicado por Paulina J. en 21:30
Title: Creators 
Series: The Lost Souls #3
Author: Tiffany Truitt
Date Published: April 28th 2014 

Publisher: Entangled: Teen

The dramatic conclusion to the Lost Souls trilogy, which answers readers’ questions and finally pits natural Tess against the true enemies of Templeton, the creators

Heartbroken but more determined than ever after a tense showdown in the woods, sixteen-year-old Tess once again returns to the safety of her community of Isolationists. Bolstered by new alliances and desperate to protect those she loves, this time she knows she can return stronger and more powerful than ever to take back what is hers. As she trains in combat and grows more confident, Tess receives beautiful letters penned by her forbidden love, the chosen one James, from his prison in Templeton. He is now serving as a bodyguard to the creators-the team of scientists who created artificial life in the first place. And what he has discovered about the true origin of the illness that halted natural life could change everything. Enemy will become ally and death will bring new hope in this stunning conclusion to Tiffany Truitt's epic Lost Souls trilogy.


This is seriously one of the most perfect series endings I've ever read, it's so bittersweet but honestly there isn'y any other way the series could have ended that felt this right.

The thing I want to emphasized most is how Proud I am of Tess, I first met her as a very angry girl that was incredibly scared of her emotions  and throughout three books he transformed into such a confident   young lady that was able to accept herself.

I'm so sad to see all these amazing character go but sadly all things must come to an end.

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