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Eternity (The Fury Trilogy #3)

3.76  ·  Rating Details  ·  586 Ratings  ·  72 Reviews
Secrets and revenge make for desperate measures and fateful choices in this gripping conclusion to the Fury trilogy.

The weather is mild in Ascension, but beneath the surface, everything is burning up.

The nightmare Emily Winters has been living through for months shows no sign of ending, as the Furies stay on the peripheral, slowly driving her crazy. Em feels...different. S
Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 3rd 2013 by Simon Pulse
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May 01, 2015 Christie rated it liked it
I'm giving this 3 generously. I do not like to be reading a trilogy and get to the end and it's so abrupt. I also do not care for writing negative reviews with hardly anything positive, here goes.
I enjoyed the concept. I enjoyed reading about how karma can be a bitch and come on, everyone has thought what if like that before so it's easily relatable In that way. But otherwise, more is better. A few more pages could've been all it took.
May 04, 2015 Viola rated it it was ok
Thos book was funny, in a way. When I started reading it, I knew exactly what my review would be. Something along the lines of 'strike three, you're out'. And for the first maybe...quarter of the book, that's how it stayed. It s another love stoey when pwople are going to be sad because of theor consequences. I was was sick of that storyline.

But...things got better. Bette i can honestly say that the number one reason for this was the incorporation of JD's point of view. He seriously MADE this b
Jules Goud
I thought that this was a disappointing ending to this series.

The first three quarters of this book was pining. Emily was distraught over Crow vs JD. JD was Emily vs Ty. Crow was all Emily. System. Overload. I found that after the first couple chapters, I really didn't care that Emily and JD had grown apart and all Emily wanted to do was to protect him.

With the ending, not all of my questions were answered. What happens with Melissa and JD? Do they still talk or something? What about Emily? How
Mar 08, 2016 books_life_books2 rated it really liked it
Hello,OVERALL SPOILER FREE REVIEW on the whole Fury trilogy by Elizabeth Miles.
This book series as a whole was BLOODY AMAZING!!! I absolutely adored the whole storyline of all 3 books. Basically these books are a paranormal horror series. These books are all based around this girl called Em (Emily) Winters, and she is the main character in each book. In all the books something has gone wrong for another person as they have done something wrong to another person, either on prepuce or as they
Stefanie Hasse
„Wir machen alle Fehler.“
Und manche büßen mehr dafür als andere.
(S. 239)

JD schwört sich, für Emily Winters, in die er schon seit Jahren verliebt ist, da zu sein. Gerade jetzt, wo ihre Freundin Drea in dem Feuer ums Leben kam.

Doch wie soll er helfen, wenn Em so distanziert ist und sich stets mit diesem Crow abgibt, auf den JD mit Neid und Eifersucht reagiert?

Dann wäre da noch seine Schwester Melissa, die nach einem kleinen Unfall ein wirklich übernatürlich gut aussehendes Mädchen ken
Chelsea Williams
This is the third book in Elizabeth Miles Furies trilogy. This is the conclusion the the series. I will have to admit that this book felt a little dragged out like as if she felt she needed to "fill the silence" and to be honest sometimes that's not for the best. I also felt that this book had a rushed ending. I do feel as if there was a couple of things that weren't explained enough or was talked about too much that it ended up not making much sense.
However, in saying that, overall i did like t
Mit zwei Augen zudrücken zwei Sterne...
Sep 25, 2014 Brina rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Endlich ist es soweit! "Im Herzen die Gier", der dritte und letzte Band der "Fury"-Trilogie wurde von mir schon sehnlichst erwartet und musste natürlich direkt verschlungen werden. Meine Erwartungen waren riesig und es fiel mir enorm schwer, mich nicht bereits im Vorfeld spoilern zu lassen. Zum Glück habe ich damit gewartet, denn das Buch ist nicht nur wieder einmal sehr düster, sondern auch unglaublich spannend und mit einem würdigen Abschluss versehen.

Die Geschichte wird von der Autorin sehr g
Oct 19, 2015 Keksisbaby rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: borrowed, read-2015
Ihre beste Freundin Drea ist tot und Emily wird den Furien immer ähnlicher. Doch sie weiß einfach nicht was sie dagegen tun soll. JD macht der Tod von Drea betroffen und er denkt über seine Beziehung zu Em nach. Vielleicht hat er sie doch zu schnell verurteilt. Außerdem macht er sich Sorgen, schließlich kann er zu sehen wie sie sich immer stärker verändert. Allmählich begreift er, dass in Ascension übernatürliche Kräfte am Werk sind. Besonders als er in den Aufmerksamkeitsradius der drei Cousine ...more
Jennifer Shiels
Oct 17, 2014 Jennifer Shiels rated it really liked it
This was a wonderful book that ends the trilogy of the Fury Series. Emily Winters made a mistake and hurt her best friend which caused the Furies to notice her. She's had the Furies on her trail for months now and she's also changing becoming more like the Furies. Drea died trying to save and protect Emily so now she is going to have to find another way to rid herself and the town of these girls.

Emily is a really good person but she made a mistake that hurt someone she loved and now she has to
Sophia C
Feb 24, 2014 Sophia C rated it did not like it
my review on Loving Lit

I'm really disappointed. I thought this series would have a better ending! *Pout*

Em is still...stupid. Unfortunately, because she could have been an awesome kick-butt character. There is so much potential wasted here. Her character developed through the story, but she never became stronger. She is just different, and it isn't because of her experience or knowledge gained. It's because of some magic mumbo jumbo. She also sstayed away from JD "for his own good" when she sho
Jessica Miller
Oct 25, 2013 Jessica Miller rated it it was ok
I really liked the first book in this series even though I was mad they killed off one of the characters I liked. The second book was good, but this one I had a hard time getting through. I think because after awhile I couldn't stand the main lead character Emily. She just bugged me. I also wasn't a fan on JD. Just not into the geeky nerd type I guess. I liked Crow but I felt his character was over shadowed, like he was just there to throw in some conflict between Em and JD. He confe
Sep 05, 2013 Juhina rated it really liked it
Eternity is the much anticipated finale to the Fury trilogy which I highly enjoyed. If you read my review of Fury, you would know I wasn't that excited about it, but Envy? I really loved that book. So it is an understatement when I say I was excited for Eternity. I have to say, I wasn't disappointed with the way Elizabeth Miles wrapped up the story, even though it felt a bit rushed towards the end.

As with the previous two books, we get interchanging POVs.. this time there is Em, JD, and even Cr
Nov 23, 2013 Mariam rated it liked it
3/5 stars

Overall, Eternity was a good read and I did happen to enjoy it...a decent part of the time.

There were some moments where I ended up drifting off into space, but that was only when JD and Em kept mentioning their love for one another and the constant referral to all the good memories they once had together..and blah blah blah blah blah.

I wish Miles could have toned these parts down a bit because it felt repetitive and annoying. Not only that, but for me it ruined the whole romantic rel
SJH (A Dream of Books)
'Eternity' is the third and final instalment in the trilogy about Emily Winters and the small town of Ascension. I thoroughly enjoyed the previous two books and I was looking forward to reading the conclusion of Emily's story but I wasn't quite as wowed by it as I'd been by 'Fury' and 'Envy'. Maybe because the gap between reading this and the other books was too long, but it took me a little while to get back into the story and pick up all the threads of the character's lives.

Emily fears she's
Dec 31, 2013 The_book_b!tch rated it really liked it
I'll put it plainly,


Honestly I can understand why some didn't, but I don't get why people have to be so damn hateful just because they don't like something...I see this a lot.

I read the series & while I did like it I wasn't rushing out to the bookstore on release day to get this, but once I downloaded it to my Nook I did make short work of it. The 3 rd book followed along the same lines the character development of the 1st two in the series. We get to know Crow slig
Alright. Let's get down to the nitty-gritty. It was okay. (hello, obviously .. 2 stars). I will say this, it was a little bit better than the first book I read. This would probably be a good time to mention I did NOT read the second book. Though I did have a trusted source tell me what went down in the second book..
That being said, I was a little confused at the beginning. So as I trudged along the book I started to get into it..good pace, loving my man JD, Crow is pretty badass, Em still pisses
Kimberly Melville
Oct 16, 2013 Kimberly Melville rated it it was ok
I was really excited for this book. Firstly, because it was the final segment so it would be interesting to see how it would end. Secondly, JD is probably my favourite character and we were going to get his perspective on things. And thirdly, the cover was pretty. Yes I like pretty covers, so sue me!

Sigh. I dont even know where to begin with this one... it was a mess. All over the place - M - E - S - S !!

So let's get into it...

Emily. Oh my freaking god. For a character I once had sympathy for at
Nov 25, 2013 Levian rated it really liked it
Em had been noticing signs of herself changing, she became easily angered, never felt cold, and had superhuman strength. the Furies trio remained nearby, always watching her. her fear of becoming one of the Furies were slowly coming true, after she swallowed the beans they gave her in exchange for JD's life. Crow's relationship with Em had grew complicated the moment he started having visions of her and all of them bad ones. but he was determined to save her, no matter the cost. JD on the other ...more
Anka Räubertochter
Das Ende hätte für meinen Geschmack noch krasser ausfallen können, nichtsdestotrotz hat mich Elizabeth Miles' Schreibstil wieder von vorne bis hinten in seinen Bann gezogen. Auch das gewohnte unablässige Herzklopfen (vor lauter Spannung) hat beim dritten und letzten nicht gefehlt. Vor allem Chase' Perspektive hat mir sehr gut gefallen. Leider war es nicht so rasant wie sein Vorgänger (5 Sterne), ist aber trotzdem ein würdiger Abschluss für diese wunderbare Trilogie!
Lauren Homer
Nov 25, 2015 Lauren Homer rated it liked it
Meh. The premise of these books was good and there were good aspects but overall I would give them a Meh rating. The end was anti climactic. I felt like things got kind of jumbled by the third book. I also think the author should have made the Furies powers a lot more defined. It seemed like they could basically do anything they wanted. They pretty much didn't have a weakness and the end kind of reminded me of Frozen.
Sep 06, 2014 Riina rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: jugendbuch, 2014
Omg war das spannend...Frau Miles hat mich von der ersten Seite an gepackt und mitgerissen, sodass ich nur so durch die Geschichte geflogen bin und nicht eher aufhören konnte zu lesen bis ich am Ende angelangt war. Ich habe der Auflösung ungeduldig entgegen gefiebert und gehofft, dass es für Em, die mir wie Crow und JD richtig ans Herz gewachsen ist, gut ausgehen wird.

Eine grandiose Trilogie, die mir viele schöne und vor allem sehr aufregende Lesestunden bereitet hat!
Dec 02, 2013 Erin rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I'm kind of unsure how to rate this book as I'm still conflicted as to whether I liked this book or not, though there were definitely some moments where I did enjoy this book because of the dark twists the book had . . . but I think on a whole I probably just didn't not enjoy this book as much as the other two instalments in the Fury series.

While I did wish there was more happening in this final book rather that moments being rushed and so on, especially in regards to the ending that I felt was
Feb 16, 2016 A... rated it liked it
Shelves: read-2016
I found the ending quite disappointing, it made the book okay. It just seemed to end too suddenly, as if the author was trying to rush it and cramp everything into a few pages. Overall, I enjoyed the series- the second book was definitely my favourite
Jul 03, 2014 Irma rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

This book was OK. Just like that. Nothing special or mind blowing. It kinda ended too easily after the whole struggle in three books. It could have been just one big book, in my opinion.
Rebecca Veight
Jan 11, 2015 Rebecca Veight rated it really liked it
Best book of the series in my opinion. First of all, yay for JD POV. The pacing was good, no "lagging" in this one, we got answers to the questions needed and the finale was enthralling.
Caitlyn Ramsey
Mar 21, 2014 Caitlyn Ramsey rated it it was amazing
It was a pretty great end to a good series. Maybe not the most amazing thing I've ever read, but it was a seriously awesome book, and I couldn't put it down at the end. I recommend it, especially if you're into greek mythology.
Feb 04, 2014 Amber rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I recieved this book from Goodreads free of charge, as a first reads winner.


Wow this book had me laughing sometimes, and crying at the next, and then worried. This book kept me on the edge of my seat/bed. Em has definetly been through a bunch, then I find out she is turning into a Fury, then Drea dies. I was balling tears when Drea died. I found out how Drea's mom was actually linked to the Fury's story in Ascension. The book was wonderful, and wel
May 28, 2014 C.penn rated it liked it
I waited far too long to finish this trilogy, however, I must say I was satisfied with the ending. While pedantic at times, Miles still managed to weave together a mystery while Emily hunted for answers. I enjoyed the varied perspectives between Emily and JD and also the history behind the Furies connection with Ascension. I also felt slightly more of the thriller aspect coming through in this final instalment as well. If you've been reading the trilogy, I implore you to finish, and if you haven ...more
Nov 12, 2013 Laura rated it it was ok
It is official--I am way too old to read any more YA fiction about girls who turn into demigods, sirens, fairies, witches, or furies! I found the conclusion to Elizabeth Miles' Fury Trilogy to be alternately painfully slow in pace and incredibly silly. The ending reminded me of the Beautiful Creatures series and the Starcrossed Trilogy by Josephine Angelini in that the only way that Emily can save herself is to sacrifice herself for those she loves, a predictable plot device in YA fiction today. ...more
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Sinopsis en Español // Synopsis in Spanish 1 1 Feb 21, 2015 10:54AM  
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Elizabeth Miles grew up in Chappaqua, New York, not far from New York City. She graduated from Boston University in 2004, and has worked ever since as a journalist for an alternative newsweekly. She has been honored by the New England Press Association and the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies. Elizabeth serves on the board of trustees of Portland Players, a community theater and second home ...more
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Other Books in the Series

The Fury Trilogy (3 books)
  • Fury (The Fury Trilogy, #1)
  • Envy (The Fury Trilogy, #2)

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