Forever By: Maggie Stiefvater is the last book in the Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy. I was sad when I started reading the book because I didn’t want it to end. Maggie did a great job completing the trilogy by bringing the whole story together.
I will admit that I did cry in some parts of the book. (Yes I’m a sap when it comes to sad parts in books and movies.) The beginning was emotional to read because Grace kept forming back to human for only minutes and it was never long enough for Sam to see her.
At one point Grace was in wolf form and she got trapped in the lake. Sam was in the woods at the time with Cole when he heard a wolf howling and whining in pain so he went to save it, finding out that the wolf was Grace. When he got her out he took her back to his house and locked her in his bathroom until she turned back to human form.
I like the character Cole because he figured out how to make a wolf turn back human even in the winter. My favorite part in the book is when Cole turned Beck, Sam’s step father, back to human form since he was also a wolf like Grace in order to get answers. It was really sad because Beck could only turn human once and it only lasted a few minutes.
One character that I don’t like is Tom Culpeper. Tom shot Sam in the first book and tries to have all the wolves killed in this one.
Will Grace stay a wolf? Will Sam stay a human? Will they save the wolves from the town? Find out what happens in Forever.
Full disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of Forever to review. All opinions are 100% mine.