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Darkest Mercy by Melissa Marr
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Aug 10, 2009

it was amazing
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Read from July 29 to August 10, 2011

The Wicked Lovely series has come to its end. I've felt many different ways about this series... intrigued about Seth in Book 1, then Gabriel and Irial. Frustrated with Seth when he didn't know that time passes differently in Fairy.

I've always enjoyed Marr's gritter side of the Fey which is reminiscent of Terry Pratchett's take on them, "They'd smash up the world if they thought it would make a pretty noise."

But Darkest Mercy is a conclusion to all that has been built up since Book 1, but the most important case is the War against Bananach. Remember war is filled with loss and heartache.

I would recommend this series (or book, but I would say before reading this one, read the preceding books. You can't fully appreciate everything without the other books) to older teens or if you're mature young teens. But it was great and can't wait to crack open Marr's Graveminder.

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