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Book Review | Inexpressible Island by Paullina Simons

We’re delighted to be sharing Laura’s thoughts about Inexpressible Island, the final story in the End of Forever saga.

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They were ready for anything … except the end. The must-read conclusion to Paullina Simons’ epic End of Forever saga.

Julian has lost everything he ever loved and is almost out of time. His life and death struggle against fate offers him one last chance to do the impossible and save the woman to whom he is permanently bound.

Together, Julian and Josephine must wage war against the relentless dark force that threatens to destroy them. This fight will take everything they have and everything they are as they try once more to give each other their unfinished lives back.

As time runs out for the star-crossed lovers, Julian learns that fate has one last cruel trick in store for them―and even a man who has lost everything still has something left to lose.

Book cover for Inexpressible Island by Paullina Simons - the final story in the End of Forever saga

Inexpressible Island by Paullina Simons is published by Harper Collins and is available to purchase in digital, paperback and audiobook formats.

Book Review

Inexpressible Island is a wonderful ending to a fascinating trilogy.

I loved this book and noticed that little details from all three books are brought together in Julian’s and Josephine’s epic love story.

 Julian time travels again in search of his love and finds Mia in London during the blitz. The historical detail is great and Paullina Simons has provided a vivid picture of all the sights and sounds. I think this has to be my favourite time travel part of the story as I enjoyed finding out about Mia and her gang of friends. Julian seemed most alive during this time travel.

Although predominantly a love story, I loved the author’s message about friendship, especially between Julian and Ashton.

A captivating read. I loved this trilogy.

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Born in the Soviet Union and raised in the United States, Paullina Simons grew up wanting to be a writer. After graduating from the University of Kansas, she wrote her first novel, Tully, at the age of twenty-nine. Based in New York, Paullina previously lived in London, Rome and Kansas, and has authored thirteen novels and two children’s books.

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