For centuries the gods have waited - for the betrayal that will release them, for the traitors who will defend them, for the warrior who will challenge them. Now at long last the gate between the human and spirit worlds is open, and with it, an army of vengeful demons poised to swarm the earth. Only the Curse Keepers, Ellie Lancaster and Collin Dailey, can stop it…if they can break free from a tangled web of treachery, jealousy, and lies.
Torn between two men - her heart belongs to David, yet her soul is bound to Collin’s - Ellie no longer knows who she can trust. Demons slipping through the gate are leaving a trail of bodies in their wake, each death a chilling reminder of the power of the ancient spirits to bring humanity to its knees. Faced with an unimaginable future, Ellie realizes the time has come to turn her back on prophecy and choose her own destiny - even if it means defying the gods themselves.
In the thrilling conclusion to the Curse Keepers trilogy, humanity faces its final battle for survival!
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By Laila Nelke on 09-03-18
The best performance of my favorite series!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I highly recommend this book or more precise this series to anyone who love UF and would like to encourage to give it a try to people who are hesitating! You will definitely love it!
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Curse Defiers?
The most memorable moment was everything between the beginning and the end! I can't pick something specific because I love everything about this book!
What does Shannon McManus bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
I loved the book and complete series when I had only read it and I could not imagine how much more I would experience when I listened to audible ! That's so incredibly amazing!!!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I can't highlight one moment because I just loved everything all together!
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By valynsiea on 01-08-18
cliffhanger ended with no more book coming out... talk about a big war that no even in the book... waste of time
By Willow Star Serenity on 01-04-18
Ellie has discovered that she has been played for a fool. The gods see her as nothing more than a mere pawn in their games. Struggling to figure out who she can trust and who she can't, she continues on her journey to get rid of the demons that surround her and cause terror once and for all. The series itself is great. I learned to love it. I really did. Book two was my favorite over all. However, I'm very upset with the ending. I will not go into details because I do not believe in spoiling books for others, but yeah. Cliff hangers are okay. Really. They are. I've never been one to hate them. They draw attention to the next book. If there is no next book, there should be no cliff hanger! It's really that simple. This book wasn't really as good as the second one. It was still better than the first one though. I've already pointed out my biggest flaw with this book and I don't want to be redundant. There were places that kind of drug on and places that I felt needed more detail. Either way, I adored it until the end. The transformation and growth of two of the main characters is amazing! I absolutely loved it. I can't say I really cared for certain character's attitude changed. And I predicted something about one of the characters right off. Either way, it was nice to see Ellie focused and determined. She shows a lot of remorse and self blame, but that's to be expected with what she has gone through. At least she's not the bratty self absorbed person she was in the first two. Because of the ending, I had to knock my rating of this book down to three out of five stars. I was very disappointed in how it ended in a big way. I have many questions. I just don't get how anybody would end a series on a cliff hanger. I still recommend it, but I think anybody who hates cliff hangers as much as I should might consider passing on it.