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Afterlife - Claudia Gray I just finished this and I'm not sure how I feel about it. This final installment of the Evernight series follows Bianca and Lucas when they are forced to go back to Evernight because Lucas was unfortunately turned into a vampire and Bianca into a wraith. When they return, Bianca's existence is kept secret because they know Mrs Bethany is hunting wraiths and don't want to risk her safety.

It was a little slow paced and boring for a while, but you finally find out what Mrs Bethany is trying to do, use the wraiths to become human. Apparently, combining a wraith and a vampire restores the vampire to life. That's a completely insane notion, but in this novel, apparently it's a reality.

But the ending was rather lackluster. I've read a lot of reviews of people pissing and moaning that Bianca stays a wraith, but I wasn't really that surprised. She has an important power as a wraith and eventually will have a purpose. Lucas being turned back into a human was also the only option besides him committing suicide. The idea of him remaining a vampire was ridiculous. Seriously that's like Sam & Dean Winchester suddenly deciding that being a crossroads demon for Crowley isn't such a bad idea. So obviously this isn't my issue with the ending. The ending between Bianca & Lucas was fine, they'll have a happy life together and it leaves you with a feeling of hope for their future. My issue was that she didn't wrap up the other characters stories. Balthazar is going to stay and tend to the horses? That's shitty, but he's getting a whole series, so I can deal with that. But what of Raquel? Dana? Vic? Ranulf? Patrice? Maxie? They are all just left kinda standing in the yard of Evernight while Bianca & Lucas ride off into the sunset. I'd like just a brief epilogue implying they all live happily ever after, please.