Monday, December 23, 2013

Review: Revelation (The Gift's Trilogy #3) by Patria Dunn-Rowe

Revelation (The Gifts Trilogy, #3) 

Book: Revelation (The Gifts Trilogy #3)
Author: Patria Dunn-Rowe
Publisher: Patria Dunn-Rowe
Rating: 4 Stars
Level: Young Adult
Source: Review Copy

Summary from Goodreads:

In time all things will be revealed....

Six gifts found, three still remain a mystery, but with their upcoming plans to seek out Dr. Johnathan Miller in Japan, this new family may find that the answer to the biggest secret of all was right in front of them from the start. Levi's not the only one that’s hiding something. Rilyn's strange dreams are becoming more repetitious by the day, and the
story they tell, could end up ripping them all apart before the last three gifts are even found.

"A child cannot be born of the gifts."
The rule was clear, but with the Gift of Wisdom comes power, Faith, and Hope. Project X is what Miller called them, but to Nahla they were already more than that. It was all starting to make sense, but was it worth risking her life for? With their new found friend Danny, and Miller’s research as their guiding source, Gideon was now on a race to save the one he loved the most, but only with the death of the one true seeker, would the curse be broken.

My Review: 
Revelation is the last book in the gifts trilogy. I loved all three books. Each one gave readers something more than the previous book. I was hoping for a happy ending and that is exactly what I got.

Nahla and the other gifts set out to find the remaining gifts. They have no idea what is in store for them. When they arrive in Japan and find Johnathan Miller things really pick up. The story really takes off and doesn't let go until the end. I liked meeting and getting to know the new characters while learning more about the others. The relationships that start in this one are so good. Some happen really fast but are just so sweet. I thought the whole thing with the twin babies was really a good addition to the plot. Gideon's gift to be able to move things really comes in handy and is just somewhat amazing. You will understand once you read it.

There are plenty of on the edge of your seats moments. While at the same time there is some romance for those of us who enjoy that being part of a story. Overall a great ending to a wonderful trilogy. This will appeal to fantasy and paranormal romance fans. I enjoyed it and am looking forward to reading more from this author. This e-book was provided to me by the author. This did not affect my review in any way.

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