Friday, March 6, 2015

REVIEW: The Warrior by Victoria Scott

The Warrior (Dante Walker, #3)
War between heaven and hell is coming, but Dante Walker makes it look damn good.

Dante’s girlfriend, Charlie, is fated to save the world. And Aspen, the girl who feels like a sister, is an ordained soldier. In order to help both fulfill their destiny and win the war, Dante must complete liberator training at the Hive, rescue Aspen from hell, and uncover a message hidden on an ancient scroll.

Dante is built for battle, but even he can’t handle the nightmares where spiders crawl from Aspen’s eyes, or the look on Charlie’s face that foretells of devastation. To make matters worse, the enemy seizes every opportunity to break inside the Hive and cripple the liberators. But the day of reckoning is fast approaching, and to stand victorious, Dante will have to embrace something inside himself he never has before—faith.


This is probably my favorite out of the whole series!

In this book, it's war. The war between heaven and hell is starting. Dante is on the side of heaven for a change and has to continue training. All the while, he keeps having dreams about Aspen, his friend that he left in hell and his girlfriend keeps distancing herself.

First all: I wasn't as much of a fangirl over this series. Really, a demon who falls for a girl isn't a new story, but this series has turned into so much more after that first book. This book was very dark and very fast-paced. My stupid synopsis doesn't do any justice. Lastly, there are so many things happening in this book and many of them very surprising!

Dante is a very interesting character and he has a very unique voice. His way of thinking was annoying in the beginning of the series, as he is very arrogant and a jerk, but I've grown used to him. I loved the character growth that he has gone through! Sure, he's still arrogant, but he's an arrogant liberator now.

As for romance, I did really like Dante and Charlie together. Charlie is such an awesome girl!  But, really, I wasn't really caring about their relationship in this book. I want to know more about Kraven and Anabelle! Seriously, I was shipping the hell out of them!

This was a great conclusion to the series and I really liked these books! I'm a bit sad to see this series go, but I really liked the way it ended!

I hereby give this book
3 Wheels
Meaning: I liked it

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