Here's to the final book in the Existence trilogy. I must admit, this story was the better of them all! There's something about college adults instead of teens for this story that just makes it likable.
Pagan, now a college student has forgotten everything that's happened within the past year or so of her life. No Dank, Leif, no wandering souls. Now she has to choose between the one made especially for her, the once totally forgotten or the one lusting and stalking her every move!
I have to say that this one, minus the narrator's voice, really kept my attention. Dank, had to win her back the hard way- with no advantages of Pagan's memory. The idea of him having to start from scratch was pretty cool, but he still had an advantage. To me, Dank cheated the entire book, leaving Leif and Jay
without proper ammo to do battle! I didn't think that was right and I definitely didn't need the horrible voice of Ashley Litz doing the audio-sex scenes! Ha!
Anyway, this book was much better. The ending was wrong to me, but only because I feel Dank cheated but it was a good ending, nonetheless. I am actually scoring this book higher than the others. Well, the same as Leif anyway. I think you'll enjoy this one. Great job, Abbi Glines!
Have a great day and go to the library for this one! 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓/5 Specs
* Two Sides of the Game is next.
** This audiobook is from my personal library.
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