Toxic Part Two

by Addison Moore
Kindle EditionRead May 16, 2013

Original Release Date: November 20, 2012

Length: 458 pages

Official Description: (This is book 7 .5 of the Celestra series)

Skyla Messenger’s days are drawing to an end.

Seventeen year-old Skyla has been taken by the Counts, is under the strict punishment of her mother in a war gifted in her honor, and is the only hope of the people captive in the tunnels. Everything that can go wrong has. For Skyla, life is panning out to be more of a curse than a blessing.

Relationships change.
The war draws to an end.
Death comes to Paragon.

Skyla must decide if she is brave enough to sacrifice everything in order to save her people.

My Take:

ONE MORE! There is only ONE MORE left. It’s about time this series draws to an end. Don’t get me wrong, it’s been a wild ride, I love Skyla, Gage, Marshal, Logan, and the gang, but man this series is drawn out.  I mean holy crap this series is epic and so much of it draws on the love hexagon that surrounds Skyla. I get it she’s hot, sweet, awesome just pick a dude and move on with life, it’s not fair to string them all along. Not like they really give her a fighting chance. Also, I hate Chloe, hate her, hated her before we knew she was bad. Never trusted that character, but things are turning out interesting. We are on the edge of the end, about to jump off, we are so close and then we slam into the wall that’s a cliffhanger. I hate how things progress so slowly for the first 3/4 of the book then they speed up ton interesting and awesome then it’s over. Ug, frustrating, good frustrating the ride is alright but I’m ready to conclude this series, I NEED to know what happens, but still ❤

Favorite Quotes:

“Apparently, she’s afraid he’s going to forget how to replicate the autonomic response because we all know little geniuses are apt to forgetting menial tasks like respiration.”

“He’s the enemy. He never has a point. His only point is to make my life miserable — that and world domination.”

“Crap on a crap cracker. You’re going to get us arrested.”

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