~*~ Review ~*~ The Only One (End of Days #3) by Meg Collett

The Only One (End of Days #3)

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Source: Goodreads
Blurb:

In the final installment to the popular End of Days series, Heaven still belongs to a mad tyrant, and Michaela is losing her battle to save the dying world.

But the tides are turning.

With Gabriel’s fallen army, Michaela can finally start a war with the holy angels, which means she has to take care of the Watchers once and for all. Michaela doesn’t realize her best friend has his own vengeful plan for the Watchers.

Even amidst a war, Michaela and Gabriel bask in a sliver of happiness. With every touch and kiss, Michaela discovers a new home in Gabriel’s arms.

Yet happiness is ever fleeting, and Michaela learns of a vision that foretells of the greatest sacrifice she’ll ever make for Heaven. But what is sacrifice in the face of tyranny and madness? It’s a lesson Michaela may not live long enough to fully understand.

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My Review:

Holy mother of all things Holy!

What an epic finale to an epic series, like the second instalment I am lost for words. I can’t possibly write a review that would give this the amount of justice and deserve it truly is rewarded, but I will give it a go.

The end is upon them and there is only one way to do it – that’s fight

The biggest battles are yet to come.

New sacrifices must be made in order to win the war.

I felt like I was right there fighting with the gang:  Michaela, Clark, Gabriel, The Archangels and The Fallen, supposed enemies coming together as one, overcoming their past to fight in a battle that they are all gleaning towards, they all want to end result – Heaven restored.

Micheala is an amazing heroine..I love her strength and her compassion it’s what makes her the perfect General of Heaven, But it’s them qualities of hers that caused her down fall. This book shows how Micheala redeems herself not only in her own eyes but in Heavens eyes.

Loki , The Angel Of Death, literally had the weight of the world on his shoulders. This man broke my heart, especially at the end.

One mistake may have caused a thousand consequences but One heart mended it all

Gabriel and Michaela’s relationship grows stronger in the midst of chaos, but how long with their happiness last?

Clark is trying to recover and learn his place in the world. His magic is growing at a rapid pace but is it enough to help those he still cares about?

Will the sacrifices be too great to win Heaven back?

But Meg Collett has written a truly unique and epic story and managed to tie it up nicely. Her writing is so beautiful and vivid which only adds to the already wonderful story line. I loved the ending where Meg gives you a little hint as to how Clark might find his slice of happiness – I shall be keeping my beedy eyes out for this….

The feelings that emanate from your very being when you read Collett’s End of Days series are the exact reasons why I adore reading so much in the first place. Collett’s books are pure love, and pure magic.

 I am honoured to have had a chance to read this series. It was a well-thought out and well-executed series with all the details that one could ask for in a story of Angels and a possible End of Days.

The gift of forgiveness and sacrifice is beautiful.

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About The Author:

Meg Collett lives deep in the hills of Tennessee where the cell phone service is a blessing and the Internet is a myth of epic proportions. She is the mother of one giant horse named Elle and three dogs named Wylla, Mandy, and Drax the Destroyer. Her husband is a saint for putting up with her ragtag life. Her paranormal romance series, End of Days, is currently available in its entirety. Fakers, a contemporary romance, is also available.

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