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(Paranormalcy #3)

3.95  ·  Rating details ·  24,616 ratings  ·  1,642 reviews
Kiersten White’s New York Times bestselling Paranormalcy trilogy comes to a breathless conclusion with a signature mix of wit, romance, paranormal creatures, and a truly original heroine.

In Endlessly, pink-loving, butt-kicking Evie has way too much on her to-do list. Paranormals are begging her to open a faerie gate so they can leave the human world, something Evie’s not
Hardcover, 385 pages
Published July 24th 2012 by HarperTeen
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Miranda Reads
Jun 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: audiobook
Brilliant and hilarious - an absolute delight!

Seriously, when as the last time that YA was pure fun? With so many doom-and-gloom books, Evie is an absolute relief.
“Bleep if I was going to stage a rescue in a freaking pantsuit.”
Evie, aka the Empty One, aka the Soul Stealer, aka the Harbinger of Death, is about to face her biggest challenge yet - College. (Ooo, I feel you girl).

But, before she can even get to step one of college, she's completely sidelined by this whole End of the World
Wendy Darling
Okay, I want to EAT this cover. So gorgeous and purply and yum!

Ahmad Sharabiani
Endlessly (Paranormalcy #3), Kiersten White

Paranormalcy is a series of young adult urban fantasy novels by American author Kiersten White, beginning with the inaugural entry of the same name.

The story focuses on a girl named Evie, a member of a special international police force assigned to paranormal cases.

As the tale progresses, Evie's professional duties begin to conflict with her growing desire for a normal life.

Endlessly: In the final installment, Evie must deal with a new International P
Dec 10, 2010 marked it as to-read
Shelves: g-ya-paranorm
*gasp* Could this cover be more gorgeous?

The colors and that dress . . .

Aug 21, 2012 rated it it was ok
I really liked the first book and must have liked the second one enough (though I can't remember it), but I just COULD NOT get into this one.

The main reason? Evie. I don't remember her being this annoying. I know she has always been a bit "blonde," but I could have sworn I use to think it was kind of charming. I don't understand why she was so dense that she couldn't see the message Raquel was trying to send her, and there were some instances that blatantly obvious hints totally went over he
Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner
Am I the only one who loves Reth more than Lend?
Kiersten White has been one of my favorite authors since the first book in this trilogy, Paranormalcy. Now, almost 2 years later, she still holds that title. In fact, I dare say Endlessly is the strongest installment in the trilogy. I'm torn between the first book and this one.

From the get-go, Endlessly is packed with laughs. I was cracking up by the time I finished the first sentence. Imagine when I hit page 3. My stomach hurt from laughing. Safe to say the laughing died out eventually when the
"...when you are happy, you don't do anything! If you are content, the rest of the world and those who need you fall away into the background."

This sums up a pretty big flaw about Evie, and why I find her unlikable and irritating. I know she's supposed to be a fluffy, sparkling, pink-loving character but she seems so SHALLOW and selfish to me. Although she does try and justify her reasons for selfishness.

A lot of the series it's always Evie thinking about herself, how she thinks she deserve a no

Where do I begin? I loved the Paranormalcy series, but in my opinion it had some pretty serious flaws that I found impossible to overlook. To be fair to my rating I should note that by the time I read Endlessly it has been nearly a year since I've read Paranormalcy and Supernaturally. Still, that doesn't excuse everything that was wrong with this book. I did love it, but I also believe that it could have been much better.

I don't dislik
Jan 10, 2012 rated it liked it
2.5 stars

One more series/trilogy finished!

It wasn't totally awful, but this is definitely a trilogy that I won't be recommending for my adult friends who like YA. However there is a tweenage girl in my neighborhood that that I think will eat this up with a fork and spoon!

Evie is an annoying and self-centered teenager whose personality would really play out better as a middle grade heroine (11 or 12 maybe?).
I won't do anything unless I decide to to it!
*insert foot stomping here*

Of cour
Jul 23, 2012 rated it it was ok
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Kimberly Sabatini
Jan 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: mg-ya
*Sigh* I am so bleeping sad that the Paranormalcy Trilogy is over. I was lucky enough to obtain an ARC of ENDLESSLY through my agent Michelle Wolfson's Wolf Pack ARC Tour. But the fact that Kiersten is an agency sister plays no bearing on my delight in reading ENDLESSLY and my disappointment that it's over.

I am going to miss Evie and all the characters in her paranormal world. They were unique and I know that they will never come my way again. :(

What else did I love about this book and all the
Helena Paris
This was a really satisfying end to the trilogy!

I still stand by the fact, though, that it would’ve been even more superior if Kiersten White had made the sexy faery, Reth, the love interest. It could’ve been the Cruel Prince years before it was a thing. He and Evie just had a much more compelling bond.

I’m going to miss the humour of Evie and co. and I will admit that I’d have wanted to run off to the other world with all of the other paranormal creatures. Magic worlds > the normal world ALWAY
Mar 09, 2018 rated it really liked it
4 stars!
First I love this series so much for many reasons. I already read 1 and 2 and then I took a break from the series because I was reading other books as well. Then I finally had got a chance to read the series again and it is so good. I love everything about this series. I am so glad that I came back to the series. I would read the whole series over and over again. I would recommend this series to anyone.
5 huge, rhinestone-studded pink stars!

Review to come closer to release date.

You know, usually when I mark the "favorite character" box I really mean that is one hot love interest. But that box is ALLLL for Evie this time. Favorite. YA heroine. Ever.
Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
With ENDLESSLY Kiersten White delivers a highly entertaining, fast paced, engaging read.

Kiersten White you bleeping rock! I could not have asked for a better ending to one of my all time favorite paranormal series. When a series you love ends, it's like going through a break up. You grieve for the things you want to have, but can't and cherish/enjoy the things you loved while it lasted. In all honestly there are some books who are last in a series I still haven't read, because I don't want to a
shady boots
This review is also available over at my blog.


Actual rating is 4.5 stars.

The Paranormalcy series has really become one of the fluffiest YA series' I've ever read. I was never a huge fan, but I can't deny that I love the series as a whole. I gave the previous two books 4 stars, but I'm giving this one 4.5. Not only does it have my favorite cover, but it is my favorite book in the series.

Things in Evie's life are changing. IPCA has a new director and wants Evie back in conta
Jeann (Happy Indulgence)
Evie has come a long way since we first met her in Paranormalcy (book 1) where she worked for the International Paranormal Containment Agency (IPCA) and was just beginning to figure out her dark past that was entertwined with a faerie prophecy. As she learns the truth about herself, we experience Evie’s betrayal as she discovers who she really is. Her relationship progresses with Lend, a sweet shapeshifter that’s always been by her side, and her stalker faerie ex-boyfriend, Reth.

In the last inst
Well, that was a pretty good conclusion to a very fluffy series. And I enjoyed it. I do feel like the second and third books could have been combined but this was the era of the trilogy's so I get it.

The one thing that I wish would have happened in this series was to see more growth from Evie. Despite everything that happened to her, she still remained so immature through most of it. It's almost like she never learned from her past mistakes and just kept making them over and over. And she was a
Kathy - Books & Munches
All in all, this entire trilogy was an okay read. I do realize I should've read them.. ten years ago, maybe? Pretty sure I would've enjoyed them better back then since the 16/17 yo main character got on my nerves A LOT. She's very self-centered and is ridiculously focused on her boyfriend and their relationship being more important than anything else. Yes, even more important than the entire eradication of other magical creatures.. It rubbed me the wrong way, is all.

I did like Kiersten's writing
Aug 08, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I did not want to read this book. I cleaned my house, to avoid reading it. I went for a jog, I cleaned out my cats litter box, I looked around for old school workbooks to work on. But Endlessly was still there waiting for me when I was done.

So I sat down-Kobo in one hand, coke in the other- and began (Reluctantly) to read this book. Now, why did I do everything in my power to not read Endlessly? Is it because I hated the first two books? No- I loved them!. Is it because the author has a horribl
Colleen Houck
What a satisfying conclusion to the series! I really loved how it all came together. My favorite scene was the end and I don't want to spoil it so I won't say anything other than the queen thing is awesome. Also isn't that purple dress on the cover amazing? ...more
Christina (A Reader of Fictions)
Originally posted on A Reader of Fictions.

This review is for the audiobook.
It's been quite a while since I read Paranormalcyand Supernaturally, but I remember liking them, mostly because they were funny. I also appreciated that Evie is unapologetically a girly girl, but that archit doesn't mean she won't fight to defend herself. White also kills off at least one of Evie's friends in the earlier books, which adds a darkness and seriousness to the otherwise fluffy story. I don't know if it'
Joey Susan
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Ellie Mitchell
Mar 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Having read the entire trilogy within the last two weeks, I must say that I was incredibly impressed with this series of books. The characters are easy to fall head over heels in love with, especially the sweet yet fierce narrator Evy. Lend was by far my favourite character throughout all three books. He is intelligent, thoughtful and down to earth, considering his unique heritage. The surprises never ceased and I found myself on the edge of my seat, willing good to triumph over evil.

Evy's guard
Andrea M
Jul 28, 2011 rated it it was ok
Evie is sooooooooooo stupid, weak, pathetic, whiny, and just an all around bitch.

I liked the first book and could even tolerate Evie then but she just got lower and more pathetic as this series went along.

It was hard for me to actually finish this book. And I normally have decent opinions of books or choose good books so I rarely have to rate them this lowly...the only books I had rated in such a manner thus far were:

1. Fallen Series (1 star)
2. Fifty Shades of Grey (1 star)
3. Fifty Shades Freed
Nov 05, 2011 rated it it was amazing

The cover is absolutely gorgeous, and do you know what makes this even better? I just checked the publication date: July 24, 2012. And, while this does mean I have to wait a year for this book, I am just to freaking happy, because THAT'S MY BIRTHDAY!!!!! HAPPY SEVENTEENTH BIRTHDAY TO ME!! THIRD INSTALLMENT OF THE Paranormalcy Trillogy RELEASED ON MY BIRTHDAY! *fangirl scream*
Sep 27, 2010 marked it as to-read
Mar 17, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fast paced and lots of fun! I really enjoyed this series.
Ravenous Biblioworm
Aug 14, 2012 rated it liked it
Rating: 3/5

In this last one, it felt as if Evie had no clue on what she is doing. She wanders around a lot and is forced into motion via other characters. When the others approach her for help, she dismisses them not wanting to help them because she’s jaded. Of course, there’s valid reasons why she feels this way, but the way she comes off is very generic so it makes her sound more self-absorbed and selfish rather than being the victim of a cruel world. Her emotions through this book were campy
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Kiersten White is the New York Times bestselling author of many books for teens and young readers, including And I Darken, Now I Rise, Bright We Burn, The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein, and Slayer. She lives with her family near the ocean in San Diego, where she perpetually lurks in the shadows. Visit Kiersten online at and follow @KierstenWhite on Twitter.

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