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Download ☆ Fragile Eternity By Melissa Marr – ☁ Fragile Eternity PDF / Epub ✎ Author Melissa Marr – Seth never expected he would want to settle down with anyone but that was before Aislinn She is everything he'd ever dreamed of and he wants to be with her forever Forever takes on new meaning though Seth never expected he would want to settle down with anyone but that was before Aislinn She is everything he'd ever dreamed of and he wants to be with her forever Forever takes on new meaning though when your girlfriend is an immortal faery ueenAislinn never expected to rule the very creatures who'd always terrified her but that was before Keenan He stole her mortality to make her a monarch and now she faces challenges and enticements beyond any she'd ever imaginedIn Melissa Marr's third mesmerizing tale of Faerie Seth and Aislinn struggle to stay true to themselves and each other in a milieu of shadowy rules and shifting allegiances where old friends become new enemies and one wrong move could plunge the Earth into chaos.

10 thoughts on “Fragile Eternity

  1. Kim Kim says:

    I'll be honest and just say that my only reason for reading this is Seth I wish I hadn't It's like he's not even the same guy Being in love is not a good look for him apperently because it turns him into a lovesick puppy I wonder at what point he lost his balls maybe Aislinn accidentally burned them off I kept thinking 'BE A MAN AGAIN DAMMIT' I got fed up with him pretty much when he decided he wants to be a fairy insert laughter here The way I see it well Seth with that kind of behaviour my guess is you already turned into one And no amount of tatoos or piercings will ever make up for thatI can understand how Aislinn feels she's under a lot of pressure and she has a lot of responsabilities but I don't agree with her so called reasons for trying to get naked with Keennan when she thought Seth had left her Either you want somebody or you don't There is no maybe Trying to sleep with somebody just to see if there could be something is bullshit If you want to sleep with somebody it's because you want it not because you have to I don't know why she can't be honest about it Thank god Keenan refused herThe rest of the story is a bit of a blur that might have to do something with me skipping pages because I wasn't interested any I'm sorry I wanted to like this

  2. Niki Hawkes - The Obsessive Bookseller Niki Hawkes - The Obsessive Bookseller says:

    25 stars Okay let’s keep it real We all know I’ve had trouble getting into YA lately but I needed something light to listen to while doing yoga It turned out to be a rather insightful experience however because reading Fragile Eternity help me pinpoint a little better why YA just hasn’t been hitting the spot lately and I don’t think it’s because I’m getting too old for it thank the starsYou see I’m in a reading point in my life where I’m looking for world building and event driven novels Good character development is important but I need than a strictly character driven “are they going to end upstay together” story to grab and keep my attention As many YA plot structures are romance centric this would explain why I’m not loving them like I used to Something keeps me reaching for them and I genuinely like what I read they’ve just been getting lower ratings because I’m in the mood for something robust Fragile Eternity was solely a romancecharacter driven plot with a ton of introspection communication and zero world building and action Nuff saidDon’t get me wrong the story was on par with Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange which were also character driven and I absolutely loved both of those they’re among the strongest teen paranormal works in my opinion So if you love those you’ll love this unless you’re having a reading crisis like me Although it would seem all of the interesting things about this world have been revealed by this point so maybe Fragile Eternity was slightly weaker because it just maintained the status uo Overall it was a light read filled with plenty of teenaged angst and I’m looking forward to half paying attention to the final two as I do yoga lolRecommendations This highly character driven YA Paranormal Romance is something I wish I’d continued shortly after reading and loving the first two books Wicked Lovely is one of the strongest in the genre and I still recommend it with gusto to older teens and up If you’re in the mood for a story as lovely as it is uniue this is the series for youVia The Obsessive Bookseller at wwwNikiHawkescom Other books you might like

  3. Karin Karin says:

    The long awaited seuel to WICKED LOVELY is here Melissa Marr was kind enough to give us INK EXCHANGE a companion to WICKED LOVELY where we met other characters from this wildly inventive and tantalizing world but a true seuel is what we really wanted and now we have itAislinn Ash is dealing with what being the Summer ueen means She has both physical changes and emotional adjustments to come to terms with She is spending and time with Keenan because of Summer Court business and monthly celebrations with the Summer faeries Ash feels a pull toward Keenan even though she knows she doesn’t love him and feels guilty for the time she spends away from Seth – her true loveAsh’s transformation isn’t just an adjustment for her; it is taking its toll on Seth too Being with Ash is what he wants than anything but the jealousy he feels when she is with Keenan monopolizes his thoughts when he’s alone Physically his time with Ash is difficult too Ash’s strength has drastically increased since she has taken her role as the Summer ueen Sunlight flows from her skin especially after Summer’s monthly celebrations and the heat that radiates from her leaves burns on Seth’s skin Seth is willing to take the pain as long as he has Ash in his life but he doesn’t know how long he will be able to keep her Between Ash’s increased responsibilities to the Summer Court and Seth’s human mortality there doesn’t seem to be much hopeFRAGILE ETERNITY takes us back to the world we fell in love with in WICKED LOVELY Alliances that were strong in the first book start to shift as needs and circumstances change The Summer Court the Winter Court and the Dark Court all have their own agendas Will Ash and Seth get caught in the middle?

  4. Katerina Kondrenko Katerina Kondrenko says:

    3 out of 10 ревью на русскомreview in russianIt could be 5 out of 10 stars if the book didn't angry me that much It could be 4 out of 10 stars if I understood that the story wasn't that bad and the problem was just with my taste being different But 3 stars mean that I had some hopes and they are shattered now this is worse than 'not my cup' or 'average read' Review to come Seth to die Wicked Lovely Коварная Красота— Wicked Lovely Коварная Красота #15— Ink Exchange Роковая татуировка #25— Stopping Time Останавливая время #255— Old Habits Старые привычки #265— Fragile Eternity Темное предсказание #35— Radiant Shadows Смертные тени #45— Darkest Mercy Жестокое милосердие #55— Faery Tales Nightmares Сказки и кошмары — Desert Tales Рассказы о пустыне

  5. Yan Yan says:

    So I may be the only girl alive who has ualms with this book In fact I had so much trouble that it took me a whopping 5 days to read Although I read Graceling over the span of 3 months I actually had only spent 2 days actually reading it because it was a huge read This means that Fragile Eternity was by far the longest book it has ever taken me to read If I had it my way meaning I did not have to mail this book out to a friend I would have taken another week or so hoping to drag the pain out over the course of time Fragile Eternity takes off immediately where Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange left off So if you are like me and read those books ages ago read it again before starting Fragile Eternity Or you will be lost Case in point me I had trouble beginning the book because I forgot some of the events that happened in those prior books which forced me to be completely and utterly lost It took about 100 pages in that until I got comfortable again Give me another hundred pages and the plot begins to pick up That is right More than halfway through the book page 250 or so did the actual storyline make any sense It was a grueling pace from the start Excessive descriptions unneeded dialogues and bouts of what did I just read? I can basically sum up the entire first half in a few sentences In fact for a hefty read like this around 400 pages the entire series moved 3 steps forward and 2 steps back Is anyone else not overly obsessed over the characters like me? Aislinn is too naïve for me like she has on a pair of rose tinted glasses in every wake of her life Keenan is just a shy of being a gigolo for me just a bit before I stick a label on his forehead Seth was kind of there Well some times I just see no appeal to him compared to others who fawn over his hard rock appearance and multiple piercings I mean really though? I get that he has a lip piercing but can you please stop mentioning it every other page For me the real star was Niall He was the mighty stone who made sense He who does not whine and complain every few pages shines like a thousand stars does anyone else see the irony of me saying this and what I am saying? So that was the bad parts of Fragile Eternity The good news was that the book defiantly had the drama aspect down pat The relationships between every character had its ups and downs its hugs and kisses to pain and anguish I found the brotherhood between Seth and Niall refreshing There were no love uarrels and no dramatic scenes of “I love you” and “I hate you” Simple gestures that make me smile There were also bits of surprises mainly involving Seth and Sorcha which never would I have imagined And also a very cute cameo from the cover the iron flowers of Wicked Lovely in the book The ending screams SEUEL Overall Fragile Eternity definitely could have done better Too much fluff and not enough of an actual plotline happening

  6. kari kari says:

    Not sure why I'm continuing this series Curiosity maybe? There are few characters in this book or series that I even like Most of the fey are so self absorbed with their constant 'what's good for my court what my court needs' is just boring I get it they do what's best for their court but seriously I don't need to be beaten over the head with the idea I get itThe plot of this one takes far far too long to take off Until BananachHow do you even pronounce this? Like banana?takes Seth into Faerie there really isn't much of anything happening Ban prowling around trying to stir up trouble Niall being sad angry and brooding kind of scary Keenan still trying in any way to get into Ash's pants Serious uestion why does everything in the fey world seem to somehow hinge on some faerie guy getting into some teenage girls pants? The only way the summer court can be strong is if Ash does the deed with Keenan? Puh leez And Ash can't seem to understand why her boyfriend might have been upset to find her in Keenan's bed? Duh Again what about this series is at all YA? All of this might be fine if these were all adults dealing with this stuff but they're not Ash wallowing month upon month and not being smart enough to suspect Keenan would know is beyond stupid on her part even if she is a teenager especially when she could directly have asked Keenan and since he cannot lie as all faeries can't he would have had to tell her what he knew Again puh leez A boring plot with few likeable characters can't recommend

  7. Laura Laura says:

    I was feeling unsure about this series because I loved Wicked Lovely but felt meh ish about Ink Exchange Fragile Eternity is a return to the former but without the wonder probably because I know that world now Seth's journey to be closer to Ash despite the presence of Keenen and the approach of Summer is at the heart of this book; the choice he makes is not unexpected but the ending did take me by surprise And I have to say I never liked Keenen so his little oops that cost him Donia and Ash made me happy Just wish Niall was a larger part of this one but perhaps in Book Four?A friend asked if you had to read these in order; my advice is if you haven't read Wicked Lovely you can't read Fragile Eternity But in terms of continuity you won't have missed that much if you skip Ink Exchange

  8. Cindy Cindy says:

    Aislinn cries Seth waits around 389 pages and it's finally over

  9. 46milestogo 46milestogo says:

    Not as bad as Ink Exchange but nowhere near as well done as Wicked Lovely this series is becoming a real disappointment Too much recapping and then a rush to the inevitable cliffhanger which is always a danger with series books and a real disaster with this one I don't see true long term success for this series unless Marr can find a way to deliver endings that offer a little closure for readers or at least refine the writing so it isn't all recap recap tiny bit of plot and then the part where you are told you have to wait for the next bookAs for teen appeal the ARC was very popular with my teens when it first came in as the cover says it's a seuel to Wicked Lovely but after a few weeks I couldn't give it away as word spread that the seuel was in need of a seuel While teens love series books just as much as adult do the blatant manipulation of endings designed to force you to buy another book that are found in Marr's world asks an awful lot of readers especially when they are being asked to buy the book in hardcover

  10. Nicole Nicole says:

    Large sections of this book were heartbreaking Seth’s predicament really got to me his love for Aislinn his suffering as he watched her increased involvement with the Summer Court and Keenan his feelings of powerlessness and vulnerability When he let Bananach the insane war faery lead him to Sorcha the High ueen in hope of becoming immortal like Aislinn I was frightened for him Seeing him enthralled with Sorcha was unsettling and I feared it was another version of the Keenan Aislinn situation coupleness; but there was a twist after all Sorcha considers Seth her foster son and gained a touch of mortality when she gave him a special form of faery immortalityI liked Aislinn less in this installment It annoyed me that she thought Seth had left her forever and kept making excuses for Keenan’s behaviour The changes in Niall while not unexpected given his new position as king of the Dark Court made me sad He was rather sweet in the previous 2 books At least he’s still friends with Seth and I don’t blame him for being pissed off at Aislinn and Keenan for what happened to Leslie I certainly enjoyed the scene in which Niall sealed Seth’s alliance with the Dark Court with blood Keenan’s blood drawn when Niall punched him It was also sad to see Donia now the Winter ueen continue to suffer because of Keenan even lashing out and attacking Aislinn Keenan except for one instance I’ll get to in a moment was of a selfish and manipulative son of a bitch literally and figuratively than ever The one exception was his decision to try to win Aislinn’s love legitimately before bedding her and finalising their eternal partnership even though in her foolish grief about Seth’s absence she told him she’s ready to get the sex over with Maybe the author knew we’d all hate Aislinn if she really did go to bed with Keenan before Seth could return and explain where he’d been The way I see it the main problems are Keenan and Bananach Take them out and everyone else will be better off Bonus short story “Stopping Time” – It was good to see Leslie’s evil brother finally get what was coming to him But I couldn't really wrap my head around the Leslie Niall Irial triangle

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