Katy knows the world changed the night the Luxen came. She can’t believe Daemon stood by as his kind threatened to obliterate every last human and hybrid on Earth. But the lines between good and bad have blurred.
Daemon will do anything to save those he loves, even if it means betrayal. But when it quickly becomes impossible to tell friend from foe, and the world is crumbling around them, they may lose everything to ensure the survival of their friends…and mankind.
I’ve got one word for you… EPICNESS
That is what this last book is. From A to Z it’s all epic and the hits keep coming along with plot twists and that damn foreshadowing. Seriously, I have never ever been this ill from foreshadowing as when I read Opposition. From the beginning there’s this dark cloud that grips you by the ankles and pulls you off balance in a very slow way. You know you’re going to hit the ground, you just don’t know when and boy did it hurt when I faceplanted.
This final book in the series is definitely a masterpiece and all I want to do is hug it and cherish it until the day I die because that’s how good it is. Just like its prequels, this one made me cry, scream and laugh multiple times and it never loses its pace. There aren’t many “dull” moments in the story. Actually, I don’t think there was any dull moments in this one or the others. I was enthralled from the get-go and never got bored.
At the end of Origin we saw that the world just went to the crapper. Luxen, ready to take over control from humans, came to earth and Daemon as well as Dawson and Dee has disappeared.
Left alone with Archer and Beth, Katy is hell-bend on finding Daemon and his siblings but Archer keeps her close to him. Getting to Daemon is dangerous. He might not be himself, let alone remember who Katy is. Heartbroken, Katy agrees to lay low. But laying low is impossible when Beth falls ill and finally confesses her pregnancy. She’s expecting a child… an Origin and it’s making her sick.
On their way to find Beth some medicine and supplies, Katy spots Daemon and ends up being taken by the Luxen to their headquarters.
Unaware of how much Katy is connected to Daemon, the Luxen keep her alive. In their eyes she’s nothing but Daemon’s lust object, however, Daemon doesn’t think so. Instead of being brainwashed by his kind like the rest, he’s lucid. He knows exactly what is going on but to keep a close eye on his siblings, he chose to stay with the Luxen instead of going back to Katy.
*seriously… I can’t love this guy any more than I already do yet I keep falling more and more for this incredibly fictional character*
Anyway, eventually Katy, Daemon and Dawson manage to escape the Luxen but have to leave Dee behind. Unlike her brothers, she’s completely lost herself. To make matters even worse, she’s turned her back on her brothers and is willing to do what it takes for the Luxen’s cause to succeed.
Yet again I won’t tell you anymore about the plot because it’s too difficult to explain without spoilers. I went into this series without reading any reviews, any synopsisses (if that’s even a word) but only a recommendation.
I was completely blank and boy was I nauseous when I got off this ride. Especially in the end of this book.
DAMN YOU FORESHADOWING!!