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Beyond Fate When Adam left Eve abandoning his wife and their newborn daughter Elah he thought he was saving the world But he hadn t counted on the influence of Michael twisting Elah s love for her parents into

  • Title: Beyond Fate
  • Author: Amalia Dillin
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  • Page: 401
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Adam left Eve, abandoning his wife and their newborn daughter Elah, he thought he was saving the world But he hadn t counted on the influence of Michael, twisting Elah s love for her parents into paranoia, or the slow, leaching death of the world she rules How could he have known the blame for the world turning barren would fall on Eve Eve only had two years to teacWhen Adam left Eve, abandoning his wife and their newborn daughter Elah, he thought he was saving the world But he hadn t counted on the influence of Michael, twisting Elah s love for her parents into paranoia, or the slow, leaching death of the world she rules How could he have known the blame for the world turning barren would fall on Eve Eve only had two years to teach her daughter love, to cement Elah s sense of morality and ensure the safety of all Creation Even with the help of Raphael, Elah is becoming her father s daughter, a master manipulator, and she s determined to have her way, even if it means betraying her own mother s trust.With Loki and the Aesir gone, Thor thinks he s protected Eve from the ravages of Ragnarok, but there are forces in play even the gods can t see When Thor arrives in Eve s next life, offering her everything she ever wanted from Adam, and eternity without death or rebirth, and the freedom to live outside of her daughter s reach Eve is than tempted Being part of the world has grown physically painful If she can escape to Asgard, maybe she can live again Maybe she can love again.But can the world survive with only Adam to protect it

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    1. Amalia Dillin

      Amalia Dillin began as a Biology major before taking Latin and falling in love with old heroes and older gods After that, she couldn t stop writing about them, with the occasional break for contemporary subjects She lives in upstate New York with her husband, and dreams of the day when she will own goats to pull her chariot through the sky, of course Amalia is the author of the Fate of the Gods trilogy, and the Orc Saga, beginning with HONOR AMONG ORCS She also writes historical fiction under the name Amalia Carosella.You can find links to all her work online at blogaliadillin p public

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    1. Still love Thor <3 I thought everything wrapped up well. I really enjoyed Adam's character arc. I wouldn't mind a story about Athena and Ra one day. That would be awesome.There was only one thing about this book I didn't like. Marcus. I don't know. I just wanted to push him down a well. Not that that made me like the book any less. I just was extraordinarily glad when he disappeared. Is that bad? Does that count as a spoiler? OH NO I HAVE RUINED THIS BOOK FOR YOU FOREVER DEAR READER. Hopefull [...]


    2. Wowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowow!It is beyond Epic! It is beyond Gripping! It is beyond beautiful with words! It is almost addictive and is a HUGE and well deserved finale to the journey the reader has been on with Eve, Adam and Thor.Again Amalia Dillin becomes a writerly-wizard with the way she manages and successfully entwines 3 different view points and 3 different time periods into a beautifully intricate storyline.After the heart-wrenching journey of Books 1 & 2 you wou [...]


    3. How do you take a hundred little threads, various mythologies/religions, the most complicated love triangle of all time and wrap it all up in a satisfying conclusion to a trilogy?Read this book to find out (of course, you have to read the other 2 first!).Amalia had a monumental task in front of her. I have loved each of the installments of the Fates of the Gods trilogy, but I was a bit afraid that there would be no way to end the series satisfactorily. (spoilers for the first two books ahead). I [...]


    4. A fantastic end to the trilogy.If you enjoyed any of the past instalments in this epic, epic series, you won't be disappointed. Eve has given birth to Adam's child, Elah, and the end of the world as we know it is in sight. Thor tries to protect Eve from all the various forces conspiring against her, while Adam attempts to save the rest of humankind. Obviously I'm not going to tell you how it all turns out, because that would rob you of the pure joy and pain that is actually reading the story.All [...]


    5. I had no idea where the outcome of this trilogy was going to go! I really liked this ending though. I suddenly grew to really love Adam as a character and felt like all the characters were brought full-circle to a satisfying conclusion. I would have nixed the epilogue buuuuut I could see where it came in and it's easy to read the book without reading those last few pages! I can't wait to see more from this author and my friend, Amalia Dillin! She has really matured over the years and has turned [...]


    6. The final installment to the Fate of the Gods Saga is fantastic, and doesn't disappoint! I find it hard to describe much about the story without giving away major spoilers, but I fully recommend this book! Everything I hoped to find out about Adam, his future with Eve, the "fate" of the world was brought to a head in this riveting story. As always with Ms. Dillin's work, the characters leapt off the page and felt so real, I half-expect to find Eve's current incarnation sipping coffee at Starbuck [...]


    7. Oh Adam, you crazy bastard <3The conclusion of Amalia Dillin's Fate of the Gods series was exciting and twisty and I loved it! The world she's created, drawing all the different pantheons together and winding them around each other, was just beautiful. The emotion of the book was palpable, and the final show-down so good I was routing for a character I hated at the beginning. I am definitely reading this series again!


    8. I really enjoyed this series. It is well thought out and engaging. I had a hard time putting this book down. I liked that though it was about Eve and Adam, it wasn't preachy and gave a completely different take on the myth as well as other pantheons. I'm also a sucker for a good love story that's blended into a larger plot and this definitely had it.There were only a couple minor details that held me back from 5 stars but this is very close.


    9. What a wonderful conclusion to such a unique series! From beginning to end i was glued to the story, dying to know how it would end and i was certainly not dissapointed in the least! All the characters developed so much through all three books it really made me feel like i had in fact been on a journey with them and happy to see this journey concluded successfully!



    10. Good readsGoing reading the third books great talent your writing thank you, wow every one should have these books by Amailia Dillin


    11. The story of Adam and Eve continues in this short novella that gives the reader much insight into the story of how Eve's marriage to the Marquis deLeon was so wonderful. While Adam is not in this story he is still there as a threat in the background. This novella mainly lets the reader see how far some goddesses will go for revenge and how others will go to save her people. As always this author wrote a story that completely drew me in and I did not stop reading until the story was finished. The [...]


    12. Firstly: Fate of the Gods is now available to read for free via Kindle Unlimited! So if you have Prime, check it out -- beginning with FORGED BY FATE. The trilogy is complete!Secondly: rereading this makes me want to play in this sandbox again so much. Or at the very least do some cut-scene blogposts for ya'll. There is so much that didn't make it into this book because of rewrites, revisions, and the needs and constraints of the story I focused on telling that it lends itself particularly well [...]


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