One moment. One foolish desire. One mistake. And Corinthe lost everything.
She fell from her tranquil life in Pyralis Terra and found herself exiled to the human world. Her punishment? To make sure people’s fates unfold according to plan. Now, years later, Corinthe has one last assignment: kill Lucas Kaller. His death will be her ticket home.
But for the first time, Corinthe feels a tingle of doubt. It begins as a lump in her throat, then grows toward her heart, and suddenly she feels like she is falling all over again–this time for a boy she knows she can never have. Because it is written: one of them must live, and one of them must die. In a universe where every moment, every second, every fate has already been decided, where does love fit in?
This is the first time in a long time this has happened but I really didn’t enjoy Fates at all. At times I struggled to get through it.
Corinthe is a fallen Fate who was exiled in the human world and is the one that assures the fate of a person will be carried out to what is destined to them. After several years of doing this, she was told that she can go back home by executing this one job: To kill someone.
As you can imagen the story then becomes a little to predictable and at times drawn out to what was a anti climactic ending.
The cover of this book is beautiful.
I’m sorry to say that this is not a book I will be revisiting.