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"Sometimes, I feel as if loving you is the single greatest and scariest thing I’ve ever done.” ~Tony (Ending ELE)The government took her people and now they are looking for her too. Running seems to be all that Willow and her friends do these days. Not only must Willow stay out of the reach of the soldiers who took her friends, but now she finds herself hunted by a more si"Sometimes, I feel as if loving you is the single greatest and scariest thing I’ve ever done.” ~Tony (Ending ELE)The government took her people and now they are looking for her too. Running seems to be all that Willow and her friends do these days. Not only must Willow stay out of the reach of the soldiers who took her friends, but now she finds herself hunted by a more sinister threat. An evil group of men that are looking to finish what Hastings' had started. This time Willow's friends won't let her run off to be the sacrificial hero, especially not the man who loves her. Will Willow and her friends find a way to save her people and take down the bad guys once and for all? And in the end, can Willow and Tony find their happily ever after in a post Project ELE world? From the authors of Project ELE comes ENDING ELE. The fifth book in an all-new apocalyptic series with a paranormal twist: The ELE Series....

Title : Ending ELE
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ISBN : 18489227
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 187 Pages
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Ending ELE Reviews

  • Ruth Silver
    2018-08-04 03:56

    Ending ELE is the fifth and final book in the Project ELE series. I felt Ending ELE offered a satisfying conclusion to the series. The novel was easy to read, the plot constantly moved forward, and Willow's character developed in a way that as a reader, I was grateful for. I loved the new introduction of Michael. I won't spoil the story, but I will say he was an interesting addition.Things I liked about Ending ELE: Willow wasn't leaving Tony behind like she had throughout the series. She finally seemed to trust him and let him be there with her, even when it was risky. Although I don't think it was lack of trust before, she opens up to him.Favorite Moment: The very ending and the final ability that Willow received. This was probably the most emotional moment in the entire series.What I'd have like to have seen: A little more about what happens to the other characters at the end of the series.Favorite Book in the Project ELE Series: Project ELE (the first book)

  • Rebecca Gober
    2018-08-09 22:57

    I'm so excited to announce the official release of Ending ELE. The 5th and final book in The ELE Series.

  • Avid Reader Amy's Reviews
    2018-08-01 04:12

    I was so sad that this series was ending. I guess all good things must come to an end right? The authors send you off with closure. You find out more information about Dr. Hastings and his involvement with Project ELE. Also you get the long awaited happy ending for Willow and Tony. The storyline showed the maturity of the characters. They have grown since book one. Even Sabby is growing up. He called Willow by the correct name instead of Wello. With this book it allowed you to see the maturity more.The violence in minimal in this book. It isn't how you would think, they are not constantly beating people up. :-) The spend most of the time trying to survive and find their friends. There where funny moments. The bannter between Tony and Connor is hillarious. Especially with the mystery cans. Ha! Funny stuff those two.I truely am happy with this book. The amazing author duo of Gober & Nuckels do an awesome job on everything they write. I look forward to reading future books from them.**I received this book from the authors for the purpose of an honest review.**

  • Colleen
    2018-08-13 23:12

    Totally loved this series & this book was a brilliant ending to it. Sad, now that it's all over :-( Willow & her friends are back & are still on the run from the bad guys! Tony is totally adorable & swoon worthy. Action from start to finish with sweet romance thrown in for good measure! Connor is very funny in this book & his character brings much needed fun to a very frightening time. You'll laugh & you'll cry, but happy endings can happen even in the midst of great sadness! You have to read this book!!!!!!

  • Tasha
    2018-07-22 04:05

    Ending ELE is the fifth and final book in the Project ELE series. I felt Ending ELE offered a satisfying conclusion to the series. The novel was easy to read, the plot constantly moved forward, and Willow's character developed in a way that as a reader, I was grateful for. I was also sad to see this series come to an end I enjoyed it so immensely that I didn’t want it to end at all

  • Justine Nicole
    2018-08-11 03:46

    Absolutely loved this series! This series kept me interested and unable to put it down until the very end! It is such a great mix of SciFi and Dystopian/Post Apocalyptic that I just couldn't get enough of it. The attention to detail and imagery is wonderful. As I stated in one of my reviews for one of the previous books in the series, my only recommendation is to do more editing, as the grammar, spelling and punctuation need some work. Other than that, I wouldn't change a thing! Great read.

  • Heather Whitcomb
    2018-08-18 21:02

    Love these booksI do not usually buy books I get free books but the first book had me so hooked I bought the whole series and binge read them. The whole series was amazing

  • Lynn Worton
    2018-08-12 00:54

    Review 6******This is the fifth and final book in this YA Romance/post-apocalyptic/dystopian series. I LOVED IT!Willow Mosby is a fantastic character! She has had to deal with a lot in her short life. She is only sixteen (turning 17), but she has grown up quite quickly and is madly in love with Tony. I really like her tenacious and stubborn attitude. She is one of the bravest kick ass heroines I have come across in literature. She could probably give Katniss and Tris a run for their money!This is a fantastic conclusion to the series! I have been looking forward to reading this book for some time. But I had mixed feelings about it too, because I felt sad that the adventure was coming to an end. Once I started reading though, I couldn't put the book down! Again, I was swept back into Willow's world full of danger from the Reapers, and the men wanting to extract her blood to figure out how she was able to absorb other's powers without becoming a Reaper herself and losing her soul. The story has a few twists that kept me guessing and intrigued. There are also a couple of new characters with intriguing powers that get introduced into the mix. However, Sebastian (Sabby for short and Willow's brother) stole my heart from the first book and has it still! He may only be three (turning four), but he just had me melting with his sheer cuteness! He reminded me of my nephews' at that age. The action was intense, and very descriptive; I felt like I was really in the midst of the scenes! There are also a few emotional scenes that were very touching, especially the one near the end, and I had to dry a few tears - keep a few tissues handy! However, I wouldn't have missed this emotional roller coaster ride of a series for anything! I am very grateful to a friend for recommending it to me!The writing partnership between Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels is fantastic! Their combined writing styles compliment each other beautifully. They have written a fast paced series that flows seamlessly from one book to the next. They have also created a world that is believable (which is somewhat a terrifying thought!), and characters that are extremely memorable. I am looking forward to reading more books from these authors in the future.I highly recommend this book (and series!) if you love YA Paranormal Romance, Post-Apocalyptic or Dystopian novels. - Lynn Worton

  • Laura Greenwood
    2018-08-12 00:10

    Review forthcoming on http://a-reader-lives-a-thousand-live...I received a copy of Ending ELE, book 5 and the final book in the ELE series, in exchange for my review.Picking up where Surviving ELE left off, Ending ELE sees Willow and her friends trying to avoid capture on two fronts, the army and Blake's men. Blake being Alec's father and the man who has taken over from Zack in his bid for Willow, and now Tony's blood.Link to GoodreadsLink to amazonLink to Clean Teen PublishingI feel like that is a slightly inadequate summary, mainly because I was trying to avoid letting slip anything that may ruin the story! The ending (as in the book in general) did surprise me in a few places, particularly as some people turned out to be on completely different sides.It took me a couple of pages to realise what was happening in the first chapter as well (though I did cotton on pretty quick after that) and I think that that gave an element of hope to the book. Though for something with dystopian elements it was a very upbeat (and satisfactory) ending.That's all I'm going to say on Ending ELE, too many potential spoilers to go into more! But a couple of things on the series itself: the books were fast paced, with well written action scenes and imaginative science. And I think that Willow as a character has been on such a long and complex journey personality wise, particularly compared to many other protagonists her age. At the beginning of the series it was easy to remember she was just 15, but by the end she seemed so much older than 16, and with good reason it must be said! Though I have a question. When Willow has children, would they also have powers? And would they have multiple powers or just one? And would Connor and Claire's children have one or two powers?Ok turns out that was quite a few questions!

  • Shona Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom
    2018-07-24 03:46

    It seems like a life time ago that I started reading the ELE series, in fact it's been a little over 13 months since I finished reading Project ELE and was on the verge of stalking the authors to find out when I could get my hands on the next instalment. No restraining orders where needed but I did stalk Gober and Nuckels just a little and joined their street team so that I could get sneak peeks into Willow's world before everyone else. It has been 13 months since my ELE journey started and the ending was highly anticipated. And I can honestly say it did not disappoint.Giber and Nuckels have done a wonderful job of tying up all the loose ends. We find out just how deep Dr Hastings deception goes. Willow gets the closure she needs after the death of her mother and we find out why Project ELE didn't work the way it was supposed to. We get the action, the laughs, the tears. Oh the tears. And we get the Happy ending that we all hoped would be coming.One of the things that I truly enjoyed about this series was the young adult aspect. Throughout the series Willow is running for her life and being chased by the bad guys, without being overly graphic, we get to experience the fear that Willow must be facing. We also get to experience her first love with Alex and then her deeper love with Tony, but it's all kept completely clean and innocent. I have no problems sharing this series with my 10 year old daughter. I'm pretty sure that Willow's story will be right up her street. And this is something else that I love about this series, it might be suitable for 10 year olds, but its also highly engaging for the more *ahem* mature audience.

  • Brooke Banks
    2018-08-06 02:49

    The Good:+Everything wraps up+Interesting new character+Picks up where Surviving ELE leaves off+Quick with funny, light hearted moments+Fitting happy ending...The Bad & The Other:-Plot hole and logic issues pop up-Anti-climatic-Continues their convenient lucky streak-...perhaps TOO happy and perfectIt's exactly what you'd expect from the series. I don't know if it's me or if it was finally too much. My expectations might have been off as well. Everyone who's tagging it as a dystopian is wrong. Previously I sped through these books but here I stopped halfway and left it for several days before continuing. It wraps up nice and neat, but it's very convenient and easy. Which in part cause the climatic flop. Most of it is just how it resolves so there's no way to avoid it faceplanting. It was an option I listed either so it wasn't out of left field and just left me with “That's it?” disappointment.It also doesn't help that there was no doubt it'd end happy. Everyone's together, paired off in couples and lived happily ever after. And Willow's ability to see the future....*sigh*. Mary Sue after all. It's not bad but it feels like a bigger letdown due to how I loved the earlier installments. I'm glad I saw it to the end no matter what.

  • Kris
    2018-07-22 05:11

    all the hype up to the final battle and- Yeah... The last chapter was really touching though. I liked the ideas this series started out with but there were some things that drove me NUTS! All people in relationships refer to there partner as 'babe' EXCEPT the bad guy who calls the main character 'sugar' instead. LOTS of teen angst! LOTS. Pretty sure these were meant for someone much younger then me... All in all... I mostly enjoyed them... Got stale at times. Not the best writing but fun. not very deep. the author didn't really breath life into the idea. and the first two books were the better ones.

  • Valerie Waters
    2018-08-19 03:04

    I don't know why I made myself finish this series. I didn't care for the writing much and there were so many things that bugged me. One minute they were invisible and they the other people couldn't see them selves but the next they could even though thy were still invisible. Also the snow. It was so deep they had to lift their knees to walk through it. But then when they got shocking news they just sat down on the ground. Weird. I also felt like the ending was anticlimactic. A 5 book series wrapped up in 1 page.

  • Jennifer Hill
    2018-08-03 02:49

    I think it was a good ending to the series, although I still have many lingering questions. I love Willow and the gang, and I think this world is very interesting...viruses and powers and evil-doers, etc. I feel like the authors had a great premise, but that they just missed the mark on making the series amazing. For me, I liked it and I would recommend it to friends, but it's not high on my list of favorite series.

  • CrazyBookworm99
    2018-08-11 20:52

    *I was given a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review* OMG OMG OMG!!! What a wonderful ending to an awesomesauce series!!! I can't write too much as I am just getting it through my mind that it is the end, I will never read about Tony and Willow again :( I loved the humour and the action. A great read all in all :) x

  • Louise Benham
    2018-08-08 01:54

    The E.L.E. SeriesExcellent plot, conflict, character progression. A fully fleshed-out world of survival. We explore the mysteries along side the characters, to find our hopes anchored in the best qualities of what makes us truly human.

  • Marie Schembri santiago
    2018-07-24 21:07

    Great plot. Fun story. Loved the last chapter. My only complaint... the spelling and grammar made me crazy. Very distracting. I guess that's a complaint toward the editor, not the author. That being said, I really enjoyed the series.

  • T.R.
    2018-07-29 21:03

    Such a great ending for a great series of books.

  • Dominique Cheney
    2018-07-26 23:46

    Just perfect. Very few series have a good ending, this one had the best.

  • HopeGraceLove316
    2018-07-27 03:43

    Wow this was an amazing readThis is such an amazing Book. I was sucked into it for over a week and could not put it down.

  • Bonnie
    2018-08-01 22:12

    I really enjoyed the series. Well thought out story line and some great characters. I'd definitely recommend this book for readers who enjoy this genre.

  • Jany Bell
    2018-07-25 22:54

    ELE SERIESI loved this series. I only wish it wasn't over. I would love to read more. I couldn't put the books down, I read one after another, straight thru.

  • Lindsay
    2018-08-20 01:02

    Great ending to a really good series, sorry to see it go, but glad to see that it went out in a very excellent way!

  • Rebecca Carter
    2018-08-18 23:54

    Really enjoyed this series of books. Very easy to read after a long day as well as being exciting, gripping and fast paced.