Full-scale war has erupted between the Crusaders and demons and even Chi has to admit isn’t going well. Like any sensible rat, Meda’s eager to abandon the sinking ship but, unfortunately, her friends aren’t nearly as pragmatic. Instead, Meda’s forced to try to keep them all alive until the dust settles.
As the Crusaders take more and more drastic measures, the tables turn and Meda suddenly finds herself in the role of voice of sanity. No one is more horrified than she is. When old enemies reappear as new allies and old friends become new enemies Meda has to decide—again—whose side she’s really on.
And then the Crusaders decide that Meda should go to Hell. Literally.
Can’t a monster ever catch a break?
Crossed is the epic finale to the Soul Eaters Trilogy and it’s finally time for me to say goodbye to Meda! She has officially become one of my favorite characters and I’d really miss her Snarkiness and badassery. Crossed is really a great read with a satisfying conclusion but I expected it to be more exciting and kickass. Nonetheless, it was amazing and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
Meda is back again to kick demons butts! The long awaited War between the Crusaders and the demons is finally here and it seems like they are loosing pretty badly. If that isn’t bad, there’s a new surprise waiting for her and also a ridiculous proposal for her that might help them win the war. Later Meda and Chi goes along with a group of crusaders for a rescue mission which goes haywire and both of them gets trapped by a horde of demons. They are totally helpless cause they are pretty much outnumbered and they couldn’t able to communicate with the others. When Chi learns that the children are still alive in the farm he refuses to abandon them. With some planning, struggle and fight they finally able to escape from the demons. After returning to their base in Mountain Park, Meda finds something’s wrong with Jo and finally learns about the sacrifice she has made. It seems like there’s only one way to win this war but it isn’t easy to achieve because they’re all gonna need to travel to hell.
Meda is the same snarky and kickass girl as ever. She’s really a strong character who never gives up and she cares so much about her friends that she’ll go to any length to keep them safe. Jo is my another favorite character in the series and I really loved her new bad girl image in this book. I’m glad to see another side of her which quite matches to Meda’s personality or rather overshadows her character. Their friendship is the next best thing I always enjoy in this series. Chi, the righteous guy with huge hero complex is another likable character in the series but my focus was always on Meda and Jo. Armand, the half demon who betrayed Meda is back again and I’ve felt bad for him after knowing how his childhood was like but still what he did was totally wrong.
The plot was pretty amazing, as always but I’ve expected more action at the end though. It has a good storyline and I really liked it. The Hell that the author has built is quite imaginative and very creative. The writing was exquisite, the vivid descriptions of the hell were captivating. Through out the book it has good plot pacing which made it an engaging read. The characters is the best thing of this series and I’m really gonna miss them especially Meda.
Overall, I really liked this book! It’s really an amazing series and I had so much fun reading it. It’s really sad that I finally have to say good bye to this series but I will look forward to the author’s next work. I think everyone should meet Meda, she’s the perfect YA female protagonist I’ve ever met because she’s really an awesome character that you can’t help but like her. If you haven’t read this series yet then I strongly advice you to read it, you’ll never regret it.
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