Review: Night Resurrected (Envy Chronicles #6) by Colleen Gleason, Joss Ware

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Review: Night Resurrected (Envy Chronicles #6) by Colleen Gleason, Joss Ware

His family lost forever in The Change, Wyatt is a man with nothing left to lose. But just when he thought he'd never feel anything again, Remington Truth came into his life. Knowing the bold beauty would face unimaginable dangers on her quest to safeguard the mysterious crystal in her possession, he joins her on her journey, never expecting her to find a way past the wall he's built.

Remy's a woman with everything at stake. While protecting the powerful crystal that is her family's secret legacy, she dares not trust anyone. Yet once she recognizes the ravaged heart beneath Wyatt's stony facade, she's willing to risk it all. Together they battle the forces of darkness, their very survival at stake.

Until Remy is forced to make a terrible decision that could destroy them...and the rest of the world.

Title: Night Resurrected
Author: Colleen Gleason
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Beyond the Night, Embrace the Night Eternal, Night Forbidden, Night Resurrected
Series: Envy Chronicles #6
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Beyond the Night, Embrace the Night Eternal, Abandon the Night, Night Betrayed
Published by Harper Collins
Source: Publisher
Published: February 26th 2013
Genres: Apocalypse, Dystopain, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 389
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

You know when you start a great series and you rush through each book, devouring them as fast as you can because it’s so damn good?  Everything about the series you just loved and couldn’t get enough of? There was quite the world building that pulled me in from the very beginning. The end of the world and how we as people could rebuild and survive. The mystery of the why, not knowing yet learning to adapt. The journeys the main characters embark on ranges from the spine-tingling adventures, to silly laughing moments to the profound loss. That is until you hit the last book…and now you want to savor it because it’s the LAST BOOK. Now I just want to go back re-read all the books just to keep the excitement going because I’m there right now with Night Resurrected.

 

Wyatt is another one of the Sedona survivors I wasn’t paying much attention to. Probably because he pretty much stayed in the background suffering in silence from what he lost 50 years earlier. His story is hands down the saddest. Where the others lost parents, siblings, friends, Wyatt lost his wife and children. His daily struggle of trying to find something to live for was heart wrenching. Remy on the other hand has been a character that has been popping in and out of the storyline for several books now as piece by piece her story comes to light. FINALLY, we get to find out what her story is and boy is it a doozy. Everybody – the good, bad and ugly – are all looking for her, and here she ends up in Wyatt’s lap.

 

There’s quite a few questions that get answered and wrapped up nice and neatly in this 6th book. Kudos to Ms. Gleason on her reason for why not everybody died out. Ahhhhh! That was a good one! I NEVER would have come up with it! The crystals – yup another good one. Remy and Wyatt’s HEA. Yes they get one and how it all comes out to play is very interesting. Several books back I honestly thought it was going to go another way but I’m glad it played out the way it did.

 

I have no problem claiming the Envy Chronicles as the best series I have read this year. Twisting turning plots, mysterious characters, and a great battle of good versus evil. But despite a spectacular ending I still have a few unanswered questions. For example; what side was Ian really playing on? How long did he really know about Remy? He was such an enigma I really need to know. He was a bad guy who did good, and a good guy who did bad. Even if he was bad, I still liked and cheered him on. A personal note to the author: Ms. Gleason if you have a heart, please write a book for Ian. PLEASE!

 

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