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Hallowed Ground (Flight & Glory) by [Yarros, Rebecca]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1599 KB
  • Print Length: 410 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (25 Jan. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0191K3HWW
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #121,574 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm exhausted!! This book has dragged every emotion out of me and Its absolutely amazing.
Rebecca Yarros you sure know how to tell a story, although I don't believe that this series is complete fiction.
I have loved following December and Josh from the first page of Full measures, the first book of this series. They are both amazing people who have been dealt a rough hand or two, to say the least. They battle their way through the worst situations imaginable with help from some wonderful family and friends, who are all brilliant characters themselves.
Although I understood both sides of their issues this book made me realise that there are thousands of family's that face these issues on a daily basis, I for one will never take any of these people for granted and I wish them all a safe journey home!!!
You just have to read this amazing series.
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I was a huge fan of Ember and Josh when we first met them in Full Measures back in 2014 but I have to admit I did approach Hallowed Ground with more than a hint of trepidation. We've seen them suffer through heartache, distance and drama, so I wasn't sure where Rebecca Yarros could take their story. I'm not going to lie, there is a lot of angst and pain - I won't be reading one of her books before bedtime again as I spent the entire night sniffing. BUT there is also a whole lotta love, positivity and hope leaping off the pages to make you smile.

I cannot claim to know anything about Military life but Yarros does a marvellous job portraying the difficult choices and truths faced by members of the armed forces and their families. Amber knows the life but even she isn't prepared for the impact certain events have on Josh and their life together.

Ember finds herself torn between new and old dreams. At times she struggles to make sense of it all and to know how to help Josh.

Josh is living in his own personal hell and wants to protect Ember from everything, even himself. I did find myself getting a little miffed when they kept repeating certain arguments and dramas but I still loved them. I feel as though Josh needed time to heal and Ember needed to support him by supporting herself. I did for one horrible moment think something unforgivable was coming, but thankfully Hallowed Ground isn't that sort of story...

The story is gut wrenching, emotional and honest. Their friends and family suffer right along with them, but also celebrate in their triumphs. It's a dramatic end to an interesting Military romance - oh the feels!!

I received a review copy.
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I wasn’t prepared for Hallowed Ground by Rebecca Yarros, not at all. If you are going to start reading it, them please do yourself a favour and have a box of tissues nearby. This will contain spoilers from all the previous books.
Hallowed Ground is book 4 in The Fight and Glory series and a sequel to book 1 – Full Measures. It’s set 2 years after the events of the first book and follows protagonists, December (Ember) and Josh as they set into life of living together, except now he is expected to go back to where he was nearly killed before and the place that took her father’s life – Afghanistan.
I love and hate this book. I loved it because the series finished with something really beautiful and we got to see the characters that we have come to previously love. However this book torn me to shreds.
I loved seeing Ember and Josh again, it had been quite a while since we had seen them, sure they came up in parts of the other books, but we didn’t see them, and it was nice to see.
I loved Ember as a character, her character arc is quite amazing from the first book. She has grown so much from the first time we have seen her. Throughout Hallowed Ground all I wanted to do is hug her. Ember broke me. She had been through so much before and in this book, she is ripped apart.
Josh, my love for Josh is unexplainable, but gosh did I want to slap him around a bit. I understand most of the things he did and that I am not even fussed about, however the things that happened with Ember towards the end of the book. It’s like Josh she loves you, why are you doing this to her and yourself.
They have survived through so much and I wasn’t sure they were going to survive this novel, especially with Josh being back in Afghanistan.
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Hallowed Ground (Flight & Glory #4) by Rebecca Yarros
4 stars!!

“War kills the people we love, either in body or soul, but they’re both equally devastating.”

So, this is the conclusion to the Flight and Glory series and we spend this book reconnecting with Josh and Ember from Full Measures which was the first book in this series. We catch up with these two when they have been together for two years. Josh is now a medevac pilot in the army and Amber is just about to graduate after studying Archaeology. They have just moved in together and Josh is about to deploy. It seems just as they are getting their lives sorted they have to be apart once again. But absence makes the heart grow fonder…

There is no denying the connection that these two have, they are the couple that their friends look up too with a love so strong it was enviable. One thing I never disputed while reading this book was just how much these two loved each other. It was tangible and made this book all the much harder to read.

“When it comes to you, to how much I love you, Josh, I have no morals. No honor. I would lie, cheat, murder, steal, dishonour everything I hold dear if it meant spending my life with you. No measure of duty, or God, or country could ever make up for losing you.”

With any relationship where the forces are involved it is always that fear that this will be the last kiss, the last goodbye, the last cuddle and the separation anxiety that Ember always went through really tore at my heart strings. Knowing that she comes from a military background and had already been through the dreaded officers visit before with regards to her father really brought that fear to a reality for her and it was one experience that she never wanted to go through again.
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