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"An exquisite conclusion to the thrilling Unblemished trilogy." —RT Book Reviews
Sara Ella masterfully takes readers to new worlds in the jaw-dropping finale to the Unblemished trilogy. With the fate of the Reflections at stake, Eliyana must destroy the Void . . . but at what cost?
Eliyana Ember is a reluctant queen. As vessel of the Verity—the purest of souls—only she can lead the fight against the wicked magnetism of the Void. If she fails, the paths between Reflections will cease to exist, and those she loves will remain plagued by darkness.
After falling through a draining Threshold and suffering near-death, Eliyana awakens to a Shadowalker-ridden Venice, Italy. From there, she must learn to navigate mysteries of time and space. Traveling across the seven Reflections, Eliyana seeks one thing: the demise of the Void.
But something else is at stake—the fate of her heart. Kyaphus Rhyen and Joshua David, brothers in arms, duel to win her hand. Ky remains ensnared and tortured by the Void. Joshua, though well-meaning, harbors dark secrets. Meanwhile, Eliyana finds herself torn, her mind and memories leading her in one direction, but her heart pulling her toward a man she knows she shouldn’t trust.
How can she discern whom to believe when she cannot even depend on her own fragmented memories?
Traversing the realms of fantasy and reality through a labyrinth of plot twists, Unbreakable delivers a thrilling conclusion to Sara Ella’s Unblemished Trilogy.

My thoughts: I have mixed feelings about this book, as I did with the second one in the series. I really enjoyed the first one and how unique it was, but then felt like the second and third books spend a lot of time in the characters heads. I do like that it was told from different view points, since then you get to know more than just Eliyana and you get to see what is going on in the various regions in this story. The different Reflections and how they interact and influenced one another was brilliant, and movie and music fans will enjoy the quotes and references in the story. The only thing I would of liked to see more of is a little faster moving story and less of the thought process of the characters. That said, it was still enjoyable to get to know the characters and see how their story concluded, especially since it has some fun twists.
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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