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Ceaseless (Existence #3) por Abbi Glines
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Ceaseless (Existence #3) (edição 2012)

por Abbi Glines (Autor)

Séries: Existence Trilogy (3)

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Can he make her fall in love with him... again? When Pagan Moore proved worthy of Death's devotion, he was given the gift of getting to keep her. But Dank was never promised that Pagan would keep him. When a soul is created, so is its mate. In every lifetime those souls find each other. They complete the other's destiny. It's time for Pagan's soul to choose if she truly wants an eternity at Death's side or if she wants the mate created just for her. Dank didn't think he had to worry about her choice. He knew where her heart belonged. Until he realized that every kiss, every touch, every moment of their time together would be washed from her memories. He would have to win her heart all over again and prove to her soul that he was where she belonged. If only her soul's mate wasn't right there standing in his way.… (mais)
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Título:Ceaseless (Existence #3)
Autores:Abbi Glines (Autor)
Informação:Abbi Glines (2012), 190 pages
Colecções:Topic: Death Personified
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Etiquetas:DEATH (non-primary), as-main-character's-boyfriend

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  ERose207 | Dec 2, 2018 |
This was fantastic. And lets continue with the theme of: Oh. My. God. Am loving Pagan even more than I did at first, if that's even possible. Dank had a higher position in my heart over Pagan but now I think I might love them both the same. I love her snarky and witty tongue and her overall don't mess with me attitude. Right off the bat we get to see her feistiness in action when Dank approached her while she tries to move into her dorm and when some guy at a club used a really lame line on her. I laughed so hard at that one because I thought pick up guy's line was pathetic too.

Pagan's memory was taken away by the Deity, whoever she was, so Pagan's soul could have chance to connect to the soul it was created for. If she chooses Death and if she remember's him, then they can have eternity together. What is wrong with this Deity? Why can't she see true love, let it be and just get over herself. Anyway's, I fell in love with Dankmar all over again (he's real, isn't he?). Man can the guy woo, and Pagan was already a swoony mess to try and resist. Didn't knew Death could be such a romantic, I was like, "Pick him, pick him". But I do remember in Existence Pagan saying that she and Jay were so alike and comfortably with each other but there was no passion whatsoever. That made me worry less that things might not go the way I want it to. Who chooses these Soul Mates, isn't there suppose to be passion or do they have to create that themselves? Miranda and Nathan didn't seem to have any problem in that department, ah hem.

Don't want to give too much away so let's just end with me saying that you won't be disappointed with the conclusion to the series. It only made me wish it didn't have to end, I wished there was an epilogue to see how life and death is going for Pagan and Dank. Oh. My. God. ( )
  ItsBookishMe | Oct 22, 2016 |
Here's to the final book in the Existence trilogy. I must admit, this story was the better of them all! There's something about college adults instead of teens for this story.

Pagan, now a college student has forgotten everything that's happened within the past year or so of her life. No Dank, Leif, no wandering souls. Now she has to choose between the one made especially for her, the once totally forgotten or the one lusting and stalking her every move!

I have to say that this one, minus the narrator's voice, really kept my attention. Dank, had to win her back the hard way- with no advantages of Pagan's memory. The idea of him having to start from scratch was pretty cool, but he still had an advantage! To me, Dank cheated the entire book, leaving Leif and Jay

And so without proper ammo to do battle. I didn't think that was right and I definitely didn't need the horrible voice of Ashley Litz doing the audio-sex scenes! Ha!

Anyway, this book was much better. The ending was wrong to me, but only because I feel Dank cheated but it was a good ending, nonetheless. I am actually scoring this book higher than the others. Well, the same as Leif anyway. I think you'll enjoy this one. Great job, Abbi Glines!
Have a great day and go to the library for this one! ( )
  AReneeHunt | Sep 1, 2015 |
Well I think out of all the books this one was my favorite! I FINALLY fell in love with Dank!

Now that Dank has saved Pagan's soul that doesn't mean things are going to be smooth sailing. Nope, the Diety have other things in mind. Pagan starts college with no memory of the past year. Anything that included Dank,Leif, or even Gee are gone! Jay is her soul mate. She has to make the decision to walk away from that in order to be with Dank. But now the problem is he has to make her love him again. To remember their history.

I really liked this idea. I think it finally helped me fall in love with Dank. He had to get to Pagan and in doing so he got to me. Great series with a good twist on the paranormal stuff! ( )
  Mommy.Reads.What | Jun 22, 2014 |
HOW is the average rating for this book 4.26 stars? How??

Who would consider this piece of shit worthy of freaking 4.26 stars????

One thing I found myself constantly doing while reading this book was yawning. Alot. This is one of those few times that I had to force myself to finish a book.

The first two books in the trilogy were decent, I guess I liked them. They were somewhat interesting. This book, on the other hand, wasn't even remotely interesting. I don't think there were any memorable moments, or any parts that kept me intrigued.

One of the main reasons I disliked this book was the fact that it lost its paranormal feel to it. Ya, there were a few scenes that had some sort of paranormal in it, but other than that, most of the book was dedicated to Dank getting Pagan back.

Okay, I like romance, but I also like some action mixed in with that. I came into this series thinking it would be an enjoyable story about souls and all -which the first two books kind of achieved- but all it was about was Pagan and Dank's relationship.

Just to give you an idea, here is a breakdown of the book: With maybe a bit of exaggeration

- Dank and Pagan making out: 50%Dank was a total stranger to Pagan at the time, by the way
- Miranda being annoying as hell (Seriously. In the first two books she was not this annoying): 10%
- Drama (I swear it was like a freakin soap opera): 10%
- Pagan thinking about how hot Dank is: 15%
- Dank thinking about how hot Pagan is: 15%
- Anything anywhere near being considered "interesting": 0.000001%

*Please excuse me while I go bang my head on my desk.*


And Pagan. Oh, you stupid immature girl who thinks everyone is stupid except yourself. Just a tip: at least try to notice your idiocy flaws rather than complain about how "bad" everyone is. Its not preschool, hun, you're in college for God's sake. Just because you're a virgin doesn't make everyone else a slut. Jeez.

I wish I counted how many times she complained about how Jay cheated on his girlfriend or whatever. From how many times she brought it up, you would think that she still had feelings for him, even though she kept denying it.

I really think the author just gave up on writing about Leif altogether. The few times that he showed up in this book, I felt like he was such a loser. Not only that, but he didn't make any contribution to the story-line. He would just show up and then automatically disappear. He was just so insignificant in this book.

I would have gave this book 3 stars if there was at least some sort of connection between Pagan and Jay. If Pagan had feelings for Jay, it would have made this book a lot more suspenseful, because then Dank would have had to fight for Pagan's heart.

And that ending. Ugh. I groan every time I think about it. It just seemed too... easy. I was expecting more fighting, more action, especially since it is the last book in the series. They were basically served their Happily Ever After on a freakin' golden platter.

There was this part that REALLY pissed me off.

So Dank was stalking Idiot Pagan and secretly watching her in her dorm room. He didn't care that she was undressing and pretty much naked, he didn't CARE about privacy. He justified his action by saying that he's Death and apparently that automatically entitles him to creepily stare at a teenage girl undressing.
WTF IS HIS PROBLEM? If I found out a guy did that to me, I would have smacked him upside the head, got the hell away from him, and reported him to the police. But its okay, you know, because he's Death.

"

So you see, this last book in the trilogy was just pointless. A piece of crap horrible ending to a series. If you are expecting an awesome paranormal, you will be greatly disappointed. ( )
  Summer_Missfictional | May 23, 2014 |
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Can he make her fall in love with him... again? When Pagan Moore proved worthy of Death's devotion, he was given the gift of getting to keep her. But Dank was never promised that Pagan would keep him. When a soul is created, so is its mate. In every lifetime those souls find each other. They complete the other's destiny. It's time for Pagan's soul to choose if she truly wants an eternity at Death's side or if she wants the mate created just for her. Dank didn't think he had to worry about her choice. He knew where her heart belonged. Until he realized that every kiss, every touch, every moment of their time together would be washed from her memories. He would have to win her heart all over again and prove to her soul that he was where she belonged. If only her soul's mate wasn't right there standing in his way.

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