The war against the Titans continues, and they remain determined to wreak havoc on the world, but Seth has become something all gods fear. Now the most dangerous, most absolute power no longer resides in those who have been freed from their tombs.
The Great War fought by the few is coming…
All may doubt and fear what Seth has become. All exce ...more
DNF page 135 | 27/08/19
The Struggle is me trying to force-feed myself this series.
I’m so disappointed right now I can feel my old Covenant-loving self crying on the inside.
I can’t believe this book. Is this for real? So now not only the characters are still boring and Seth is possessive, but now even the writing is dull? I'm bored and I can’t keep forcing myself to read this thing, I’ ...more
So, after not wanting to pick up this book, to ”but what if I hate it?” but ending on ”maybe this not so bad”… I still don’t know how I feel about it.
It’s not a secret that Jennifer’s last books have let me down immensely to the point where I’m not sure if I should continue reading her work because I just don’t enjoy it anymore. Things could be easily fixed if only she stopped recycling her own characters but that’s her problem, I guess.
With all of that being said, I enjoye ...more
The kitchen door opened once more and Deacon drew up short. His gray eyes widened as he spotted Apollo.
Gable bumped into him from behind. "Who's that?"
"Nope," Deacon said, turning right back around. "That is all kinds of nope right there."
Main reason I keep reading these books is because I love these people and I get the Covenant series nostalgia feels. And of course because JLA. Seth and Josie are cool and all but they're not Alex and Aiden.
And I NEED more Deacon and more Apollo! ...more
Maybe I shouldn't be surprised anymore but after reading yet another book by Jennifer Armentrout, I'm still getting more excited and more needy for the next one!
"The Struggle" is the third book of the Titan series and boy, doesn't it have lots of action and drama! After the events of the second book, Josie and Seth will have more to deal with than the escaped Titans and their murderous attentions.
I love Seth!
And I know he can learn to control his inner God Killer, especially if it means keeping Josie safe
THAT RELEASE DATE THOUGH!
It's way too far away! I'm not sure if I'll survive... ...more
Fair warning - the fangirl in me is out in force right now and this review is going to be cheesy and gushing in the extreme. I'm making no apologies - just letting you know in advance.
Waiting for this book felt like an eternity for me. The Covenant series is my all- ...more
I loved Till Death. but this book drew me in and held my attention like no book has been able to in a really long time.
I absolutly loved getting more of Sethie!!!
this series has been non stop fun and action from the start, and I can't even explain how much I enjoyed reading more of the whole Covenant gang growed up hehe.
Seth is just an absolutely fun character. a huge dick most of the time but fun none the less. he's such a smart butt and ...more
As far as this book goes, JLA has outdone herself once again. The quee ...more
OMG this book destroyed me in all the good and bad ways.
At first I struggled a bit to remember what happened in the last book but soon I was up on track and holy daimon babies, it was so epic. Before I knew it, I was done with the book and now I´m scared of the next book.
We have the trade mark insane banter and joking going on which I was so happy to have back. Only Jennifer is able to create such weird dialouges were you end up laughing your guts out even though technically t ...more
If you haven't read The Return or The Power, you better stop reading this now or you might get some spoilers from the previous books.
Following the previous events from The Power, Seth has left the group to protect them, or to protect Josie at least. He has yet to understand all the powers that come with being the God Killer and he doesn’t want to harm her more than he has. Heading to the only place far enough from her, he will end up learning a lot mor ...more
Book #3 in the Titan series, this book is full of the action, humour, romance and paranormal awesomeness that I love so much about this series. It’s a fast-paced, exciting ride with moments that made my heart ache and some pretty big shocks, but it’s mostly a whole lot of fun, and I absolutely loved it!
This book continues Seth and Josie’s story as they continue their quest to track down the remainder of the unknown demi-gods (who have no idea of who they really are), so t ...more
Book three of the Titans continues with the group trying to track down more demigods in order to entomb the Titans. And you can say it's not going so well. But of course those obstacles are what makes th ...more
I didn't care about any of the characters. Sorry Seth? It's like he went back to his annoying ways from the The Covenant Series and at that point I was just like "whatever, yo ...more
I would be lying if I said this is the first reread I do of this book. And honestly? You don't want to know the number of times I have already reread it. It's almost embarrassing. But I love this book with all my soul so I can't help going back to it every time I am in need of some Josie and Seth.
Original review March 2017
"I am not leaving you. We're in this together, Josie." His gaze searched mine. "If there is anything in this world, there is us."
I AM DEAD ...more
This book obviously follows Seth and Josie. It picks up right after Seth left her.
I definitely understand why he left, he had a lot of things that he had to work out through. I can't say that he actually manage to solve the issues, because the feeding thing didn't actually got solved. I hope that they talk about it in the next book.
Seth and Josie's relationship! They ...more
I’m so glad I could reunite with these characters, I really did miss them.
This book seemed a bit slower and had less action than the last, but we get a lot of character arc in this book. It pretty much starts off where we left with the second book as Seth left, not only his friends but also Josie.
When Seth left in the last book we found out that he is the …….. ,but he is sooo, sooo much more and it was kind of a shock and but also funny.
Even though this a spoiler free review, it does contain spoilers for the previous two books in the series.
I usually don't review novels that are a part of a series that I didn't review, but HOLY BOOK GODS! It is impossible for me to not review a Jennifer L. Armentrout novel! It is, as always, perfection.
After running away from Josie, Seth struggles with his need to feed on aether. He believes himself to be a monster. But as he finds himself back at his house he is confronted with the ...more
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