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Angel Eyes (The Forever Trilogy #3)

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If you were granted one last chance to right your biggest wrong, would you be willing to try?
Even if failure could cost you the people you love most?
Or if success would cost you person that loves you more than anything?

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Kindle Edition, 125 pages
Published August 18th 2011
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Stephanie
Usually, I don't write reviews but this one was...special. While I enjoyed the first two, I was excited to see that the writing had improved greatly and I could actually relate to Ana more fully than before.
But this ending? I was so pissed off with this ending I was yelling at my Kindle as though it had control of the matter. I mean...wtf?!
*SPOILER*
Im usually excited when authors break the 'happy ever after' rule, but this was just annoying. Why couldn't they have just let her die and that be t
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Jodie
Ughh, I enjoyed this trilogy, I really did, but this ending, wtf? So much unsaid, so much I don't know.

This book was last of the trilogy and so much happened. Ana had to fulfill her purpose and one of her 2 loves was going to die because of it. It was action packed and I so wanted her to succeed and she eventually did. She was manipulated and blackmailed and overall held the weight of the world on her shoulders. The end of the vampires came about so easy, I thought there might have been a littl
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Danielle
I have mixed feelings about this book and I'm not sure how to describe them. For one the ending was for lack of better words weird, which ultimately set of the vibe of the whole book. For another I was a bit disappointed by the war scene, the whole book built up to that one moment, made such a big deal about it, and it was described in one page; there was no action and the "big bad wolf" was killed too easily for someone with so much power so it felt like all that hype was for nothing.

It is a sh
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Chrissy
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Kaitie
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Rachel
I would have given the end to this series 5 stars if the author would have given us just *1* more page of a conclusion! I'm okay with the ending, it was very bittersweet. You can tell that you love a series when your heartaches for the characters! I don't think that I'll forget this series anytime soon. Ana, Tristan, Darren, London, etc will always have a soft spot in my heart!!! My opinion on the ending...(view spoiler) ...more
Josephine
This is the third book in a supposed trilogy. The second "book" - Brown Eyes - is really a short story to bridge the first and third book, not another "book" in a trilogy. After reading the first book, I was hooked; it had so much potential for a great series. The third book just fell flat. Characters and events seemed to be thrown together haphazardly and hastily. So much was left unexplained. The spelling and grammar mistakes were unbelievable, another unfortunate side effect of self-publishin ...more
Mya
I loved the first 2 books, but for me, this one was just "ok". It all seemed so rushed and jumped all over the place. To be honest, I'm not even sure what was going on at the end. Just a little disapponted.
Molly
I liked the first two. so i was excited to read the last book. I just think it could have been so much better. It didn't leave me feeling satisfied.
Julie
Title: Angel Eyes (Final Book, The Forever Trilogy)
Author: Brandon Alston, Quinteria Ramey
Genre: YA, Romance, Supernatural, Mythology
Publication: August 2011 (out now)

Summary: If you were granted one last chance to right your biggest wrong, would you be willing to try?
Even if failure could cost you the people you love most?
Or if success would cost you person that loves you more than anything?

Review: I LOVED this trilogy! It was short and sweet and kept me hanging on. Ana was an archangel, was as
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Patricia
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Kristyna
I would give this a 2.5 if I could. Disappointing last novel to a decent trilogy. It felt like a quick and messy job of rushing one tying up all the loose ends.
Sarah Dieng
This was a wonderful ending to the series. It had it's sad moments for Ana, but Tristan found her again in the end. Wonderful read!
Holly
It was good until the end. I hated the ending, absolutely hated it, so much so I don't even want to go into details
Macy
Great book. Wasn't exactly how i thought it would end but i did enjoy it!!
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Ughh, I enjoyed this trilogy, I really did, but this ending, wtf? So much unsaid, so much I don't know.

This book was last of the trilogy and so much happened. Ana had to fulfill her purpose and one of her 2 loves was going to die because of it. It was action packed and I so wanted her to succeed and she eventually did. She was manipulated and blackmailed and overall held the weight of the world on her shoulders. The end of the vampires came about so easy, I thought there might have been a littl
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Kimm Reilly


Princess, witch, Heir, Angel? Things have been moving quickly for poor Ana who's life continues to be turned up side down. The biggest problem? Vampires. As usual.
Ever since discovering her heritage, and her purpose, Ana's done nothing but make the wrong decisions. After all she's still 17-even if she has memories of the last 7 lifetimes- lifetimes where she's failed to do the one thing she never quite can; fix her mistake and eradicate the vampires. Including Tristian, a vampire she's loved sin
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Kate Givans
In Angel Eyes, Ana’s journey and destiny come to a head. Tristan is behaving strangely, thousands of witches and warlocks perish at the hands of vampires and a new enemy – the fallen angels. And now her own haven is threatened. What more will Ana lose before her destiny is completed? Will she make the choice too late?

If anyone had told me that I would CRY by the end of Angel Eyes back when I was reading Grey Eyes, I never would have believed them. Seriously. There is a world of difference in th
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Na Deela
So I've reached the conclusion of the series and I guess I can say I'm content. I can say its a good series. It was entertaining and suspensful to a certain degree and at times it was gut-wrenching. I got involved with the characters a bit, but I guess I expected something different. I won't say better, just different. The protagonist upset me a few times. I get that she's a teenager, so that made me forgive her actions in the first two books, but at some point I expected her to behave like some ...more
Jeanne' Sparks
Finale

I’m still on the fence as to whether I LOVE the ending of this final in the “Forever Trilogy”. But I can say that I really liked it.

I read that this was a full novel and not a novella as was book 2, but at only 95 pages… that’s not a full novel to me, so I went in with higher expectations. I definitely feel that book 2 and book 3 should be one book… but I understand that the transition would have been more challenging.

With that said, it still was another action packed, fast paced book with
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Emma Holmes
I hated the ending. *SPOILERS*

Don't get me wrong, I am glad that things worked out for everyone. But I just don't get it. First of all, Taylor and Darren never showed anything hint of any romantic spark, so why would they get together?! Secondly, how in the hell does Tristan come back? He dies in both of Ana's realities. So how come he just randomly appears? Make no mistake, I am happy that she gets to be with Tristan because he was the one I was routing for all along. But I don't get how he jus
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Annette M Guerriero Nishimoto
Today's review is on Angel Eyes by Quinteria Ramey

Angel Eyes is the final installment in the Forever Trilogy, and for me it fell a bit below the mark. There were numerous spelling and grammar errors through out the book, and was a bit anti-climatic.

There was great build up to THE final battle where Ana would finally right the wrong's of her previous lives, but once you got there, there was little to zero action. And though I am a sucker for the happy ending, I think that perhaps the author's co
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Natalie
It took me a long time to bring myself to read the last book, but when I finally did do so yesterday, it took my breath away. I finished the book in a blink of an eye (literally), it took me about 2 hours...
I've had a hard time reading the whole series because at times the writing seemed amateur, the other characters weren't completely finished and there were some holes in the story.
Now you must be wondering why I gave the book five stars. Well, that one is easy, because the ending got me. It m
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Barbara Beauchamp
what a ending to a fabulous series. I had these books in my nook for a while and finally I got around to reading them. all is I will say is wow....read this series people you will laugh,cry,be afraid,feel love, feel hate,feel emotion. beautifuly written and great author. thank you
Amy
Nov 03, 2012 Amy rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: nook
This book is the thrid of a trilogy. It concluded the story of Anastasia and Tristan and there time together almost. I thought it ended where another book or two might be in order. So it opened itself up to perhaps another series of books, left you hanging wondering what might happen next. Other than that, it was very enjoyable and was a fast read. Thanks to Barnes and Noble for offering the first for free I enjoyed the trilogy nicely. The last few pages of this one where a seek peek at the next ...more
Hannah
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Megan Lewis
I read this awhile ago, and I've just now decided to update my Good Reads account and mark this as read. I can't quite remember the tale of the story, but what I do recall was that I was hooked on the story. I couldn't put it down, and I loved the read.
Heather
Right, so I think I got to about 80% - 85% of the way through with this book. It was horrible, and I finally just gave up on it. I was so disappointed as the first 2 books in the trilogy were amazing! However, this one wasn't good at all. I struggled to even get as far as I could. I figured I'd finish it as I paid for it, but in the end, I just couldn't do it =( Why waste my time on a boring book when I could be reading something that is better? I really wanted this book to be good especially as ...more
Cassidy
Wow another great instalment to this trilogy which I'm so sad that ended! This was so amazing and just brought the trilogy to a close beautifully! The ending was beautiful and had me in tears!
Antonia G.
If you haven't read this book yet don't read my review. If you have I recommend reading I think I have cleared up some confusion in the ending.

A depressing ending. ( well to me) but the world went on as if Ana (or any of her past lives) has existed. The truly sad parts were where she missed Tristan by like 40 years ad when she sees Darren again. When she realized Tristan was dead t destroyed her so she carried out of saving lives. When Darren came around, well she was his guardian angel. And sh
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