I am fire. I am destruction. I will be their nightmare.
The veil fell. Demons are here. Muse knows she can stop the slaughter, but to do so, she must return to the battle-scarred streets of Boston and face the cold, hard, truth. Her old life is ashes. Her love, turned to dust. But all is not lost; a spark of hope remains. A spark from which an inferno can blaze.
To stop the demons claiming Earth as their own, Muse must unite those capable of repairing the veil. The Dark Court, led by her Prince of Lust father, seek to recruit her to their cause. They want the veil destroyed for good; for chaos to reign for eternity. She will need to maneuver around their deadly intentions, and enlist the King of Hell's help, before it's too late.
For Muse to succeed, she must survive her father, save her soul, resurrect her love, forgive her enemies, and betray a trust. She must be everything she can be; demon and human. She must be their nightmare.
In this, the fifth and final Veil Series book, we return to where it all began. To the netherworld, where once a wretched half-blood girl surprised the Prince of Greed. To a world where hope is fantasy, and love, a disease.
Muse is ready to take the fight to the demons. Are you?
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Closing the Veil
- Angela "When I discovered Audible it was like discovering love :-) I love receiving codes and in return I post reviews. Wife, and mom of two,"
Good But Not Great
Given the limited number of audiobooks I've listened to so far, this one is definitely above average. But it is the weakest of the series.
She's very good at voicing Muse's witty persona. Although, there were a few times when she made me cringe, as she voiced Dawn - she overdid it.
There is a scene where Muse needs to use her Lust on Stefan, and drive him momentarily insane (and this is nowhere near as sexy as it sounds, believe me). That scene almost broke me.
As the final book in such a fantastic series, I expected better. Perhaps, I didn't feel some of the main emotional tugs because they were about Akil, and I don't really care about Akil.
All in all, the book was still satisfying (even if a bit repetitive, towards the end), and the series has earned a place in my small list of favourites.
Also, though she can be irritatingly emotional and unreasonable at times, Muse is a badass.
- GracefulDemon "A Science Fantasy writer, ever on the quest for the one book that will sweep her off her feet."