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It's all come down to this.
The final battle between Angels and Exiles is about to begin in this stunning conclusion to the must-read series Entertainment Weekly calls "addictive."
Two years ago, Violet Eden walked away from her home, her friends, the Academy, and hardest of all, she walked away from her soul mate, Lincoln.
But it's time to stop running.
Violet must find out who she really is―and exactly what she is capable of―before the abilities the angels gave her are turned against them. She is all that stands between the forces of good and evil...
It's time to make a choice
sweeping over my face frantically. “There’s so much blood, Vi,” he said, his voice thick. “It’s okay,” I said, my breathing evening out. “I know.” Our powers did not work the same way in this place. He could not heal me. “We need to get you back,” he said, looking up at the angels. “We need to get her back!” “Linc,” I said softly, causing his wild eyes to come back to mine. “Breathe,” I said, lifting my arm up. “Good.” I smiled weakly. “Now, help me up.” He shook his head. “You shouldn’t
Orleans was a victory but the cost was terribly high, and there is not one of us in this room who has not felt a great loss. Thank you for honoring me in this way. It means so much, but please, honor those we have lost. And let us try to work together. Let us be brave, be flawed, and yet always be strong. Let us be human and fight for our right to free will. I promise you that I will stand with you and fight by your side until my very last breath. But it is I who will serve you.” Before the
Spence back, it might really be time for me to cut ties completely. I couldn’t keep putting her in this position. Steph watched me as if she could see my thoughts. “When the alternative was never speaking to you again, it really wasn’t a high price to pay,” she said sternly. “And anyway, if I hadn’t known where you were, Onyx would never have found you. It all worked out. Lincoln’s just…Lincoln.” “I suppose,” I mumbled. But I was feeling better. Back in control. I stood up, pulling Steph after
before I could reel myself in. Steph shifted in her seat and pretended to realign her skirt, all the while looking extremely uncomfortable. “Steph,” I pushed. She glanced up and sighed. “I don’t know. No one really does. They’ve been friends for a while, but the past few weeks, they’ve been spending more time together. There’s talk that…that Josephine’s pushing them to apply to become partners. So far they’ve refused.” I swallowed. “Why?” It was a loaded question and Steph knew it. Lincoln
don’t all recommend you avoid the city,” Uri offered. “I do,” Phoenix said. Nox smiled. “See. He does. And he knows you so, so well.” I rolled my eyes. “You do realize I can hurt you here,” I threatened Nox, reminding him that my blood—the very weapon the angels had instilled in me—was just as lethal to them when they chose to inhabit human forms as it was to exiles. “We are all acutely aware of that,” my angel maker said, his perfectly articulated words sending a shiver down my spine. I