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The Struggle: The Titan Series Book 3



By: Jennifer L. Armentrout(Author)

Language: English

Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels

Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks (23 Mar. 2017)

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The original title of the book: The Struggle: The Titan Series Book 3

From the New York Times bestselling author of the Covenant and Lux series comes the third novel in the pulse-pounding, electric Titan series.

A bloody path has been chosen...

The war against the Titans continues, but now the most dangerous, most absolute power lies elsewhere... with Seth.

The Great War fought by the few is coming...

All may doubt and fear what Seth has become. All except Josie, the woman who might be his final chance at redemption.

In the end, the sun will fall...

The only way Seth and Josie can save the future and save themselves is by facing the unknown together. It will take more than trust and faith. It will take love and the kind of strength not easily broken. No matter what, their lives will never be the same.

For what the gods have feared has come to pass. The end of the old is here and the beginning of the new has been ushered in...

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  • By Carla Aston on 24 March 2017

    I loved this book so much, seeing Seth in a whole new light was great: perfect amount of adventure, romance and suspension. Love the way the plot is developing and also seeing the rest of the army of awesome & how their loves have gone on. I don't think I can possibly wait another year for the next book so please don't be too long! Love Jennifer and everything she writes.

  • By Guest on 23 August 2017

    I absolutely love this book. Jennifer Armentrout is a brilliant author, and I've loved every single one of her books. It's really hard to put this book down, and to not read it in one sitting. I would highly recommend this book!

  • By Mrs Stephen Birchall on 30 March 2017

    Once again edge of seat stuff. Couldn't put this book down. Love how old characters from past novel are in it, especially characters I loved. Good read just waiting for next book now

  • By NickyT on 18 July 2017

    As fast-moving and entertaining as expected.

  • By Miss T Wheeler on 4 May 2017

    I love this author. The book is the third installment and couldn't put it down - can't wait for the next one!

  • By Siobhan Davis on 20 March 2017

    Initial Thoughts: EPIC. Loved every single part of this book. Can't believe I read it so fast when I had every intention of savoring it slowly but it was unputdownable. I will never get enough of the Covenant world. Never.Full Review:Fair warning - the fangirl in me is out in force right now and this review is going to be cheesy and gushing in the extreme. I'm making no apologies - just letting you know in advance.Waiting for this book felt like an eternity for me. The Covenant series is my all-time fav series, ever, EVER and I was so excited when Jennifer announced this new spin-off series and it is everything I was hoping it would be and more. I wanted Seth to get his HEA and I was really hoping we would see more of my fav couple, Alex and Aiden, and the other characters I have come to love, and Jen has delivered in spades. My respect and admiration for her are at an all-time high because every book in this series is even better than the last and I am salivating at the prospect of the next book already.The Power ended explosively and I thought I'd die if I didn't get my hands on this book. Finally, the wait was over and I had every intention of reading this one nice and slow to really appreciate the magnificence. But that is virtually impossible when it comes to this world and these characters (and this author.)There is not one single thing I would fault about this book, and I'd give it a million stars if I could. I loved it. I loved Seth. I loved Josie. I loved Aiden (especially Aiden. Yum. Yum.) I loved Alex (she's still such a bad ass) and Marcus, Deacon, Luke, Colin etc - I could go on. Told you I'd gush buckets.The blend of action/adventure and romance was perfect in this one. The snarky, witty banter is there, the sexy times are there, the edge-of-the-seat suspense is there. What I really loved was the character development, especially Seth's progression. And I enjoyed the fact that Aiden and Seth are starting to see eye-to-eye, yes they say they still hate each other but they don't really.Josie has grown on me since book one and I loved her faith and her loyalty to Seth in this one. I kinda guessed the two big things going on with her but they were still awesome reveals. Seth goes off to do something at the 96% mark and I swear I was legit afraid to read. My heart was in my mouth and I was turning the pages of my Kindle shielding my eyes. Really loved the end, even if the ending wasn't quite as "bam-in your face" as The Power. Doesn't matter - I'm still suffering from the worst book hangover and I'm already on a countdown to the next book.The writing is superb (as usual) and the pacing is consistent and it was virtually impossible to tear myself away from this masterpiece.The Struggle = Book Heaven for me, and I am on the verge of tears now because it's over already and I want to slap upself up the head for devouring it so quickly. I have a ton of other books to read for reviews and I can't do it. I just can't let go of this one yet. Think I'll have to re-read it instantly.Thank you so much, Jennifer, for writing such an amazing spin-off series. Please let it go on and on. I for one will never tire of reading about these characters. I love them all.This review will appear on my blog on release day - http://myyanabookobsession.ARC generously provided by the author courtesy of her assistant. I have voluntarily reviewed same and all opinions expressed are entirely my own.

  • By Miss K. Gore on 26 March 2017

    It's no surprise to anyone who knows me how much I adore everything wrote by Jennifer L Armentrout. I have been completely in love woth her and her books since I first read her books back in 2011. My favourite Jennifer series is the Covenant and Titan series so you can imagine how excited I was for this book. I was so excited for The Struggle and it was without a doubt my most anticipated book of the year. It absolutely did not disappoint. Every second of this book is just magical!The ending of The Power was such a killer so I have been dying to get my hands on this book for way over a year and I was so so happy to finally have my hands on this book. Seth killed me in this one. He killed me with his selflessness and protectiveness over Josie and I just fell even more in love with him. Josie... I just love her. She has been through so much and she certainly goes on one hell of a journey throughout The Struggle and she comes out stronger than ever.The Struggle is one of those books that once you start you just absolutely cannot put down. Right from the first word Jennifer just sucks you in to her amazing world with her phenomenal characterisation and storytelling and I absolutely couldn't put this book down. I loved every single moment of it. I loved seeing more characters that we knew from the Covenant series and I loved the new characters as well. The Struggle is full of twists and turns that I never saw coming and I just couldn't read this book fast enough.The Struggle was a phenomenal instalment into the amazing Titan series. I loved every moment of it. It's such an emotional rollercoaster. I laughed, I cried and my heart broke while also slowly getting put back together. I absolutely cannot wait for the final book in this series to see how everything will end. If you haven't read this series yet I highly recommend it. It's a definite must-read.

  • By Sydrian on 30 March 2017

    I AM DEAD.Seriously, my feels killed me. My heart exploded and I am left to a very serious and permanent book hangover. To say I loved this book would be an understatement the size of a Titan.

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