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Exposing ELE (ELE #3)

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"I honestly wish I could believe that things will end perfectly, with one big bright happy ending. But these last few days have taught me that life isn't made up of shiny moments. Life is hard; it's gritty. One day you are filled with joy and the next, you are crawling through the muddy trenches with no inkling of when you might be able to climb your way back up again." ~W ...more
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Published December 11th 2012
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Courtney Nuckels
Dec 03, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Avid Reader Amy's Reviews
Dec 06, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy, paranormal, ya
Review as it appears on my blog Amy's Book World:

This book seems to center more around Willow and Tony's world than anyone else. So for those Tony fans (Me!!!) you will be happy that he gets more face time. Willow sets out to save her parents and Tony. Willow being Willow her first priority is not herself but others. She wants to bring Tony and her parents back safe. Alec doesn't understand. He has it in his mind that this is all because she has some feelings for Tony. I'm sorry but Alec is a j
Dec 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This book was given to me as a pre-edit ARC (Book due to be released in the middle of December)

Exposing ELE is the third part in the dystopian style young adult series that follows Willow Mosby, a 16 year old girl having to cope with unimaginable circumstances that are developing around her at the same time as her remarkable powers are evolving.

At the end of the second book (Finding ELE) things were looking pretty dismal for Willow and everyone with her and this is where Exposing ELE picks up a
Kristin Scearce
Dec 05, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Fans of the ELE Series, paranormal, YA
Recommended to Kristin by: Rebecca Gober, Courtney Nuckels
Disclaimer: I received an unedited ARC e-copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This is the third in the ELE Series, and the story just keeps getting better and better. I'm attached to the characters, engrossed in the story, and glad that I'm not in their situation!! The triangle between Willow, Alec, and Tony is just insane, and I'm not sure who I want to win. Aside from that, Zack is a complete jerk, and he just keeps getting creepier and more evil every time he's m
Dec 08, 2012 rated it it was amazing
***This book was given to me by the authors for an honest review***

Exposing ELE is the third book in the ELE Series, and it does not disappoint! With each book released in this series Rebecca and Courtney raise the bar, and they did it again. Of the three books that are out in this series (two are in the works - yay!), this one is hands down my favorite! I cannot even begin to describe what happens in this book for fear of giving too much away. Let me just say that these ladies are extremely tal
Nicole Pope
Dec 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
My previous review of the first book yielded a lower rating. The second book was even better and I am happy to say that the third book was an improvement from the first two. The story was clean and consistent. There were much fewer spelling and grammatical errors, and the story line and character development were both strong and well written. There were still a few typos and several vocabulary issues (misuse of a word), but less than ten. It was another drastic improvement. This series has capti ...more
When Willow thinks things may be getting better for her. Her parents, Tony and many more are abducted. It is up to her to rescue them. What Willow doesn't know is someone is setting a trap for her. She will have to make some decisions that are destined to break her heart. Will now must step up and help take down the ones who create all her powers. Powers that seem to be growing more all the time. Besides all that she has to deal with falling for two guys. Her first love and her protector.

Shona Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom
This is the third instalment of the ELE series, if you haven't read the first two (Project ELE and Finding ELE)yet then what are you waiting for? Seriously! Go pick them up and read them. You will not be disappointed.

I cant believe I literally stumbled upon this series with absolutely no knowledge of what they were about. From the very first book this series has hooked me in and kept me on the edge of my seat. And has found its way onto my (rather short) list of favourite book series.

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Dec 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ctp-books
*I was given a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review*

Exposing Ele is the 3rd book in the amazing Y/A series following 16 year old Willow's unimaginable life as her powers evolve. We pick up where we left off with life looking pretty bad for Willow and Tony.

I was given the copy so far so i don't want to give anything away but WOW, Rebecca and Courtney has done it again. They have filled this book with so much action, love, betrayal, suspence and more characters to die for!! Be prep
Dec 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book from beginning to end. Willow is back with her friends fighting old foes!! It's the end of civilisation as we how it. Humanity has been nearly wiped out & the survivors have been unknownly experimented on, giving them new powers. Willow happens to absorb every power she comes into contact with, making her a very powerful young women & the badies want her! This book is packed full of action & there is also sweet romance. You will laugh, scream at your kindle & cr ...more
Dec 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: dystopia
All I can say is that it was amazing, the series is awesome and it was non-stop could not put down. The ending leaves me anticipating for the next and I will so be looking forward for the next, it is a great series!
Amanda Parker
Dec 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I love these books!!! This one literally brought tears to my eyes. I love the way Willow develops her powers and that you don't know what is going to happen in the book. I find myself wishing I came upon the series when it was finished because waiting to find out what happens kills me. Great job!
Dec 30, 2012 marked it as to-read
Ok I have yet to read this, but I can say that I think this is my favourite cover so far..
Rebecca Gober
Dec 06, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
We can't wait to share the 3rd book in The ELE Series with you! <3
Melanie Martin
I was also given an early copy of this book to review..SPOILERS AHEAD....I love the concept of this book, the powers and the adventure... However I LOVE anything romance so this book made me a little sad. I really like Tony, don't get me wrong, but how can you profess to "love" someone and then just give him up for another guy? So I feel bad for Alec. I hope Courtney and Rebecca give him a fantastic girl and he isn't so heart broken. As far as the rest of the story, it was great!! I love that Wi ...more
Mar 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Once I finish one I have to immediately start the next I have to know what happens. Exposing ELE is the third part in the dystopian style young adult series that follows Willow Mosby, a 16-year-old girl having to cope with unimaginable circumstances that are developing around her at the same time as her remarkable powers are evolving. I like Alec and Tony I really don’t know who I want her to be with more they are both great guys. This book almost feels real.
Vernon Chiang
Jan 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
Willow is growing so much, imagine, she is the leader.
Magen McMinimy
Jan 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
Yet another exciting addition to the ELE series, I am loving these books. This one was a bit sad in my opinion but still a good.
Sep 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
Before you read this book, you need to read the series in order: Project ELE (ELE Series #1) (The ELE Series), followed by Finding ELE (ELE Series #2).

This is a continuation of neat, fast-read sci-fi tale that is not only good for adults but is primarily aimed at the young adult / older children market. Without having a spoiler, rather than aliens you have a continuation of an apocalyptic-type scenario with a disease, followed up by a group of kids who get into mischief with far-reaching implica
Justine Nicole
Nov 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I can't stop reading!

I am so hooked on the series that I have now completed the first 3 in 48 hours, even with my full time work schedule during the day. I'm exhausted from staying up all night reading last night, so I'm forcing myself to go to sleep without immediately starting the 4th book. I cannot wait to start the next book tomorrow!
Shantelle Hazelton
Awesome continuation!

Just like books 1 and 2, this (book 3) does not disappoint! There is always something going on. I love that theres not much down time so it keeps you on the edge of your seat and not wanting to put it down!
Brooke Banks

The Good:
Found out more about Tony
Willow's character progression and realizations
Original villain returns
Found out more about their powers and the shelter
Funny, light moments amid the trauma and drama
Twists & turns while being suspenseful and mysterious

The Bad & The Other:
Love (tri-)angle with Willow and Tony's side being instalove
Absentee parents
I'd completely forgotten about her photographic memory from the first book, which conveniently rears its head again

It's great getti
Amanda Masters
Freaking Amazing! These books just get better and better! I love it! I couldn't have loved it have said it before but I will say it again Rebecca and Courtney you are freaking brilliant! these books are the best!

This book picks up where the last left off and Willow is facing off with Zack amidst a War Zone with chaos and bloodshed. Willow isn't sure where to turn or what to do but one thing is certain she must get as many people to safety as possible. When Willows Parents and Tony
Ruth Silver
Jan 31, 2013 rated it really liked it
I give it 4 out of 5 stars.

"Exposing ELE" is the third book in the YA Series "ELE" and picks up where "Finding ELE" left off. When Willow's parents and Tony are taken and presumably dead we quickly learn instead that they're being detained. Willow feels it necessary to go help, even at times when it should be against better judgment. Emotions are constantly fueling Willow's decisions, some without thought as she goes on a mission to stop Dr. Hastings and recover her parents and Tony.

Through the
Heather Alexander
Dec 10, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I was given this book in return for an honest review. The crew is back and with more action than ever. Willow, Tony and a bunch of people from their group are going on a mission to try to free their family and friends from Zack, his dad (the Doc) and their minions. As usual,things don't go exactly as planned. People will not make it out this time and we will lose some beloved characters. On top of dealing with loss, Willow has to deal with her feelings for Tony while she is still dating Alec. He ...more
Laura Greenwood
Jan 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
Review forthcoming on http://a-reader-lives-a-thousand-live...

I received a copy of Exposing ELE, book 3 in the ELE Series, in exchange for my review.

Having had her family reunited, Willow now has to watch it be torn apart again. Picking up after the events of Book 2, Willow and the rest of the survivors attempt a rescue mission to save the people from the shelter that were captured by surprise intervention from a military like source. Facing off once more against Dr.Hastings, and a pretty messed
Fiona Wilson
Mar 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites, 2013-reads

Again this book continues exactly where book 2, Finding ELE, ended - with a confrontation between Willow, Tony and Zack.

Willow has to watch helplessly as members of her family, and friends, are captured by soldiers, and taken away to goodness only knows where.
As the fight begins to find and free them Willow has to watch as someone important to her becomes infected with the red injection, and she fears they will turn into a Reaper one day. Can she stop this from happening? Only time will tell.

Lynn Worton
Sep 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Review 6******

I love this series! As soon as I found out when the book was released, I bought my copy!

Willow Mosby is not your typical teen. Having survived through a mad scientists experiment, Willow has the ability to absorb abilities and powers without losing her humanity. She is a fantastic character who has a strength of spirit that I envy. She is the quintessential heroine, and she can also kick some major behind! Although she is only sixteen, she has a maturity that belies her age. This i

I really wanted to like this book. I was disappointed by the first in the series, but decided to give it another shot with the second book. I was presently surprised by the second book and so I went into this book with tentative, but high, hopes.

I was let down again. The writing returned to the stiff and awkward form that was displayed in book 1. I really don’t have a lot to say about this book, except to say that I will not be continuing the series. It takes a lot for me to not want to complet
Jany Bell
Mar 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great series

I love this series. Good strong characters you can empathize with.They make you feel like they are real ppl. the bad guy is easy to hate, the good guys are easy to love. I'm much older than the average reader of this book, but I find I enjoy these kind of book because of the fact that there is little to no sex in them. there is genuine innocent first love minus the graphic sex. I have nothing against sex, it just seems adult novels use too much sex and sometimes I like to read books
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Rebecca Gober was born in Houston, Texas in 1982 and spent most of her life growing up in Dallas, Texas. In between working full time, being a wife and mother of two, Rebecca has never let her passion for reading and fiction fall through the cracks. Rebecca Gober's first series, The Night Marchers Series, which she co-authored with her best friend and partner in crime, Courtney Nuckels, was releas ...more
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“I honestly don't think you do, at least not completely. Look, you will always hold a special place in my heart, but I can’t keep competing for a battle that’s already won.” 14 likes
“I honestly wish I could believe that things will end perfectly with one big bright happy ending. But these last few days have taught me that life isn't made up of shiny moments. Life is hard; it's gritty. One day you are filled with joy and the next, you are crawling through the muddy trenches with no inkling of when you might be able to climb your way back up again. ~Willow Mosby (Exposing ELE)” 9 likes
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