- Audio CD
- Publisher: Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (March 15 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1452664196
- ISBN-13: 978-1452664194
- Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.5 x 18.8 cm
- Shipping Weight: 90.7 g
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
Iniquity Audio CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged
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About the Author
Amy A. Bartol is the award-winning author of the Premonition series, which includes the novels Inescapable, Intuition, Indebted, and Incendiary. A graduate of Hillsdale College, she lives in Michigan with her husband and their two sons. Visit Amy at amyabartol.com.
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The book was almost a three year wait, I absolutely love the other books and the characters are dear to my heart, by this point I would say I have read them all at least three times in anticipation of the finale. Was I disappointed? Unfortunately, yes. I thought this one was full of adventure and lots of much needed answers....however, I'm a reader who likes a good conclusion, a strong epilogue and Amy Bartol doesn't like to provide that. At all.
I've rooted for certain characters, and for one in particular and I feel that character never received a true HEA. There's always too many questions, always too many things in the way.
So I didn't whole heartly love the book as others have, I was a bit put out by the WTH is that suppose to mean ending? Does any of her work actually feel finished? I think the fans are due at the very least a Epilogue Novella because I for one am tired of feeling like I have no closure with her writing style.
In conclusion, I feel like I'm left longing for a true finale to this love story. I give Ms. Bartol her due that she can write her butt off and I loved to hear from all my characters again...however the ending is once again a bit open ended, inconclusive and has a unfinished feel. Don't get me wrong worth reading for sure, but be prepared to not have that deeply satisfied feeling from a good epilogue that wraps up your story and gives you closure to say goodbye.
I need a finish. I need an end. She does not provide this.
I unfortunately can not read any more of her books until a series is finished and I can see from reviews that it is a complete ending.
So no more Amy Bartol for me.
The ending felt pure and complimentary to the series. Once Evie’s mission was revealed, I was awed by the beauty of it and how the pieces finally seemed to fall in place, especially the bargain that was revealed to have been made at the very end, long before Evie’s mission as a half-angel began. It felt as if the whole story had finally been consummated and explained why some of the players in the game had been involved at all.
Bravo, Mrs. Bartol! I’m without a doubt a fan now and look forward to the next installment in your Secondborn series!
The book shows a lot of imagination and, a few times, elicits quite a bit of emotion. For the most part, the book wraps up all the loose ends from all of the previous books in the series. It had to be a large undertaking to try to connect so many dots.
I like the way in which Evie gets the memories back from her past lives. Parts of the foreseen battle are very vivid, inspiring a lot of imagination when I read through it. There are also parts of the battle that are hazy, a bit of a blur to me.
The story reads well but feels as though it ends in a no decision… like a prize fight. It is definitely a unique strategy by Author Amy Bartol. It is unexpected and illustrative of this series as a whole. 4 stars