Thursday, May 22, 2014

Inevitable by Lani Woodland Blog Tour + Review

Inevitable by Lani Woodland 
(The Yara Silva Trilogy #3)
Publication date: February 11th 2014
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult

Three years. So much has changed for Yara, yet much is still the same.

Yara has spent the last three years in Brazil, diligently studying with Vovó to develop her Waker abilities and desperately searching for a cure for Brent. Though her powers—and her control over them—have grown, every possible cure for Brent fails. And they’re running out of the only medicine that keeps him alive.

When a letter from the American Wakers recalls Yara and Vovó to California, Yara has to weigh the fading chance of saving Brent against the dangers of placing them all within the grasp of an old enemy. Not only has his power grown, but the barrier between our world and the spirit world is becoming dangerously thin. As the threat to the Wakers increases, Yara doesn’t know if she’ll be strong enough to defeat him.

Her only hope is to put her trust in some unexpected allies and fully embrace her Waker heritage. If she fails, not only could Brent die, but the power of the Wakers could disappear forever.
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Review: Honestly, I feel like I should have started this trilogy a long time ago. It was only recently that I got back into the swing of the reading thing, but I am surprised that I had not come across this series on Goodreads as I was finding books to add to my to-be read list. Still, I was thrilled when I received the email about this blog tour. As this specific tour is for the third and final book in the series, I was worried I would not have a chance to read it. Not to worry! They kindly sent me all three books so that I could read the whole series, and I worked through them all pretty quickly as I enjoyed them very much.

I cannot say that I have read any other books that have had ghosts in them. I just keep getting more and more surprised by paranormal books - the genre is obviously far, far more diverse than I was expecting. (Speaking of diverse, the main character was a bit diverse herself, and I loved that!). I really liked the different elements that were brought into play in this series. While some of it was a little repetitive here and there, it did not ever bother me enough that I wanted to put it down or stop reading; I'm not sure how I could of by the time I got to book three!

One of my favorite things about book three is the focus on friendship and family, and not just on the romance that is happening (though I absolutely love the relationship between Yara and Brent. How could you not?). In a lot of trilogies, I feel that the last book always really focuses on whatever relationship is occuring, but I liked that this one was more than that. Yara's friends and family were there to help her through the tough things, and I thought that was an awesome addition to the story.

While there were a few things here and there that I did not love, overall I feel that it was a very good wrap up to a wonderful series. I hate that this series does not seem to have more attention, as it deserves quite a bit. It was incredibly enjoyable, and I loved reading about the characters through all three books. I do hope that this blog tour will help give the series more of the attention that it deserves.

Rating: 4.0/5.0


I’ve been an avid reader since elementary school . In sixth grade I began writing stories and recruiting (with force when necessary) my  friends to act them out. I’ve always loved scary stories, and have a hard time enjoying any book without at least a little romance in it.

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1 comment:

  1. I love when the ending of a series is great. I haven't read this one but it sounds so good and unique, too! Glad you liked, Tiffany! :)


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