In reading the conclusion to the Blessed Trilogy, I was more than satisfied. It’s a trilogy I would read again. The girls, after coming together and sacrificing a lot to finally believe in what Sebastian had told them, was an incredible journey. Many are against them and time has run out. This trilogy has taken me through a lot of twists and turns. Some of the sacrifices made were a bit of a shock, but necessary. A page turner that will leave your heart beating up until the very last page.
The three girls are still lost about what they’re supposed to do. And now, with Sebastian gone, they have no one to turn to but each other. It seems that no matter what happens things are going from bad to worse. Not knowing who to trust and the dangers that face them if they continue to venture deeper into what Sebastian meant about being saints, their true purpose in this life. Time is of the essence. Passionaries truly shines as it delivers a new meaning on what we really believe our true worth is on this earth. It certainly outdoes Precious Blood as it brings us one step closer to the nail biting ending.
Three girls: Lucy, Cecilia and Agnes end up at Perpetual Hospital for different reasons. Their reasons bring them together and are met by Sebastian, the boy who believes he, himself and the girls are saints. In an unfolding turn of events Sebastian makes the ultimate sacrifice in front of the girls and Dr. Frey. As the girls must pick up the pieces of their life, they also have to come together and figure out what Sebastian meant about their “saint” lives. This is a great beginning to a wonderful trilogy. Reading on how the girls try to understand their newly revealed status while dealing with huge amounts of pressure is barely scratching the surface. There is so much more to come, so much more to face and their faith will surely be tested.