I love the covers of this series!
Aimee Carter ends this series with a heartbreaking conclusion. The end is as suspenseful and exciting as the first two books and Henry's and Kate's relationship finally matures in this one. Love means making sacrifices and granting forgiveness and Kate definitely experiences both. I will definitely miss reading about Kate and the others, so I hope that there will be a breakoff series from this one.
Favorite Character: Kate. She matures so much in this book and even though she does have a martyr complex, she finally shows her strength and embraces her flaws in this book. Ava would be a close second for my favorite, because she truly loves others more than herself and her choices are heartbreaking in this one.
"Doing the right thing doesn't always mean acting like a saint-sometimes it means getting your hands dirty and doing the thing you hate most so other people might have an easier time of it."
"Sometimes fighting means surviving in the face of insurmountable odds. That's what I need you to do. Be the survivor I know you are."
This was a good ending to the trilogy and I think it was perfect given the circumstances. It was bittersweet, but it made sense and was believable, especially given the flaws of the gods and Cronus. This was a great twist on the Greek myths and an action-packed conclusion. Definitely 5 cups of cocoa.