How do I move on from this duet?! I’m not sure that anything that I say in this review will do this book the justice that it deserves. I feel as though I need a few days to just bask, reflect, and recover from all of the emotion that this duet evoked.
Upon finishing Transcend, I jumped right into reading Epoch. I wasn’t ready to take a break or say goodbye to these characters and their story. I read Epoch at a bit of a slower pace, not because the story wasn’t as all-consuming and addictive as Transcend (it certainly was), but because I felt as though I needed to take my time and savor every minute that I had left with Swayze, Griffin, and Nate. I only wish that I could’ve made it last longer. I kept checking to see how much time I had left in the book and dreading my inevitable approach to those words...The End.
These characters have stolen a piece of my heart. They weren’t perfect. They faltered, took missteps, and had regrets. I felt a special connection to them throughout their entire journey. They were some of the best characters that I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading about. They made this golden duet shine even more brightly.
Jewel E. Ann has written a unique, breathtaking, thought-provoking story that is brimming with so much intensity, angst, and heart. Epoch was the perfect conclusion to this duet. I honestly couldn’t have asked for a better ending for these characters. It was hauntingly beautiful, passionate, mysterious, romantic, and unforgettable.
This duet is something truly special. It is one that I will be looking forward to rereading in the years to come.