Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Patrycja's Review: Dust To Dust by Karina Halle


Title: Dust To Dust
Series: EIT #9
Author: Karina Halle
Release Date: August 11, 2014
Rating: 4.5 stars

Perry Palomino and Dex Foray.

On their own, they’re uniquely brilliant. Together, they’re an unstoppable team.

Until now.

Because after everything the duo has encountered, they haven’t come across an evil quite like this. An evil that has been years in the making, an evil that will stop at nothing until they, and everyone they care for, are destroyed.

Dex and Perry’s love has survived a multitude of sins.

But can it survive the end?

“She was in my arms and she was safe and I was safe and the rest of the world could go to hell for all I cared.”

Experiment in Terror. Over. And done with. Be still my heart.

I’m still shaken to the point of exhaustion. It’s seems I waited so long to finish reading this beautiful, out of this world scary journey, but now, while I’m writing this review, I feel so sad and empty inside. Sad because EIT is over. Empty, because I feel like I lost a friend.

It’s bitter sweet, really. I’m so glad I adored this series so much and had the opportunity to fall in love with Perry and Dex. Yet, now it’s kind of hard to let them go. After reading nine books and following novellas you can’t not to care about this crazy, adorable duo. So yes, I’m writing about Dust to Dust while my heart is breaking and while relieving every awesome tiny detail about this series.

Just like previous eight books, Dust to Dust is absolutely incredible roller coaster of fear, love, devotion, romance, horror, sex, humor and sarcasm. It’s everything I loved and more. And it’s the perfect ending of this out of the charts paranormal series, everyone has to read at least once.

Dust To Dust is simply a cherry on the top of supersized chocolate cake, we all want to eat and still have. And while I am sad to say goodbye, I’m also smiling; it’s great to know I had an opportunity to spend time with Dex and Perry and learn all their secrets.

“I just need to look at you.”
“Then keep looking, kiddo,” he said. My heart may have melted like a pat of butter on hot bread. “Because I’m looking at you. I don’t think I could ever stop.”


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