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No customer reviews. Deel je gedachten met andere klanten. Klantenrecensie schrijven. Nuttigste klantenrecensies op Amazon. Geverifieerde aankoop. I could. I know a lot of people say that Half-Blood is a rip-off of vampire academy, but honestly I never read that series. This was engaging, and her writing had a great flow. All the books were fast-paced, and but I could never guess what was going to be around the corner. And seriously the ending All I know is a lot of readers enjoyed it, and now that I read it I can understand why. It wasn't horrible by any means.
There was one problem I had with it, and I'm not sure whether I see it as a big problem or not. It didn't help the way I rated it on goodreads though. It was just way, WAY to similar to another series to give it any higher then 3 stars. I mean the first couple of pages I could tell. I know this may sound ridiculous, but I even made a list of the similarities. I may or may not put it up. I don't wanna be that person. Also, it seemed a bit predictable after reading further along in it. You knew Alex was different from what the daimon said and when you met some of the others characters, and learned some of the history it clicked.
I loved that it had to do with the gods and those type myths. I personally haven't read many dealing with the gods yet. I do own a few books though. I enjoyed the characters. Alex was definitely that kick-butt heroine that I've grown to love in other stories such as Vampire Academy, Divergent, and others. She has that I'll hit you now and think about it later personality which most the time will get her in trouble, but it really doesn't seem to bother her.
She's strong when she needs to be. She's got that snarky attitude.
She one of those characters that I would love to see grow in the next book. In the stunning, action-packed climax to the bestselling Covenant series, Alex must face a terrible choice: the destruction of everything and everyone she holds dear… or the end of herself.
Review: Sentinel (#5, Covenant) by Jennifer L. Armentrout - Vilma Iris | Lifestyle Blogger
Holy Daimon babies! The stress of the last book.
The finale. The close. The goodbye. Despite my unremitting confidence in Jennifer L. Armentrout she has yet to let me down , I was admittedly anxious to read Sentinel. After the debacle with Allegiant , I wanted a series I adored to end absolutely perfect. And once again, Jennifer delivered. It was perfect. It had all the action, all the romance, all the snark, and all the wit I desperately desired with unexpected surprises that left me holding my breath and in tears by the last page read.
At the end of the fourth book, Apollyon , Alex Andros was brutally torn apart by Ares, the god of War, and was consumed by so much pain that she secretly begged for death.
The world was at war… at the precipice of godly domination. One of the primary elements I love about this book is the humor. Alex is one of my absolute favorite female characters ever. Aiden is the consummate counterbalance for Alex. Whereas as Alex embodies the act first, think later philosophy, Aiden is that introspective protagonist who is like a continuous balm that soothes, always saying the exact right thing at the moment in which it is most needed.
He is unfailingly supportive, deeply passionate and unabashedly loving. I loved that Jennifer weaved in moments that allowed us to reminisce about their time together… how they first met and all they have gone through to get to where they are. I really feel them as a couple. Their love is believable… palpable and healthy. How the end will unfurl is nebulous and so much of it is out of her control.
With battle worries swirling, her relationship with Aiden grounds her, but then suddenly becomes unsettled when our favorite bad boy Apollyon comes back. And gods! It was everything I never knew I hoped for. Beautiful, blonde, dangerous and unpredictable, Seth must first overcome his addiction to the power of the First and no one is ready to trust him. So yea… crap on a cracker as Alex would say.