Summary of Books: Four Caskets.
It all started with a boy and a girl—their tragic love story is shared through the eyes of the enemy. Every word fades dreams and shatters memories as life slips away. Jillian needs a Knight, Jessica needs a miracle, and together they need a savior.
This is just… pure perfection.
“I worship the ground you walk on.” A blinding smile grew along his face as he pulled her into his arms and whispered in her ear, “Impossible. When I’m with you my feet don’t touch the ground.”
Not only is it completely unique in that I’ve never read something like this before but the characters were so well developed and so damned loveable that I was invested from chapter one. Seriously.
The slow-burn is fucking amazing. The angst, not with the secondary characters but with the siblings as well. I mean, they beat the shit out of each other when they’re bored which is hilarious. Also that. It’s funny. I laughed out loud a lot and it was amazing.
There’s a little suspense/ thriller aspect going on too which I loved.
I devoured the entire series in a matter of days and I laughed, cried, screamed and smiled. When you’re reading a past scene, you’re transported into the past and you can’t help but root for the characters there. When you read a present scene, you can’t help but want the characters there too. There’s a multiple love thing going on but no triangle, thank god. No, their love for one another is completely different and new and not at all something that can be fucked with.
This series fucked me up. I’m not even lying and I genuinely cannot express how much this series fucked me up.
I think before reading this series, I was pretty blase about the types of books I read. I didn’t really put much thought into them, just as long as they sounded good. After reading this series, my standards are so damned high, it took me months to find a book that I even remotely cared for.
Seriously. If you feel like having your world rocked, your heart ripped out of your chest and then put back into it, read it. This gutted me, made me live and then gutted me all over again. I dont think I’ve ever been more invested in a series before and fuck, this… it just goes there.
Absolutely goes there.