A Touch Menacing

Eden is dying For real, this time.She is crumbling to ash, and an unnatural plague is ravaging mortals and immortals alike With both Heaven and Hell out to destroy her, Eden can no longer tell the difference between good and evil.Friends become enemies And enemies are everywhere.But don t underestimate Eden She ll fight for her life, for the lives of those she loves, aEden is dying For real, this time.She is crumbling to ash, and an unnatural plague is ravaging mortals and immortals alike With both Heaven and Hell out to destroy her, Eden can no longer tell the difference between good and evil.Friends become enemies And enemies are everywhere.But don t underestimate Eden She ll fight for her life, for the lives of those she loves, and for every life she has ever touched.She ll fight for revenge For redemption For just maybe the chance to be mortal again.Everything began with forbidden love.What will be sacrificed at the bitter end The dramatic conclusion to Leah Clifford s dark, alluring trilogy of life, death, and epic love.
A Touch Menacing Eden is dying For real this time She is crumbling to ash and an unnatural plague is ravaging mortals and immortals alike With both Heaven and Hell out to destroy her Eden can no longer tell the dif

  • Title: A Touch Menacing
  • Author: Leah Clifford
  • ISBN: 9780062005052
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “A Touch Menacing”

    1. Just finished a touch menacing in record time!!! Holy cow So much info.d left at a sort of cliff hanger of sorts argggggh!! I don't want to give anything away but every moment of this book has some revealing quality!! It's nuts! I can't say one thing without giving away part of the book which is why it was such a good book! You are constantly tryin to put the puzzle pieces together and when you think you have it TWIST!The only big difference in this novel vs. the proceeding two is that this one [...]

    2. Oh. Just oh. Finished ATM3 a day-and-a-half ago and I'm still trying to process that ending. I know I have to re-read it just to be sure what I read actually happened and wasn't a figment of my imagination. But if what I read is true.Still trying to process how to write that review without saying anything about that ending. Because that ending is just so all-encompassing.This book was a super-fast read. Definitely action-packed. Definitely shocking. Major shocks and surprises involved. And that [...]

    3. Book rating: 4.9 (It was too freaking brillent even with the end)Series rating: 4.9Are you f*cking kidding me?This is a trilogy, so there's no fourth. That was seriously how it ended.I'm going to die a slow painful death. In agony. I mean, when someone dies in you book you're like, "no sweat, man, this is fiction! He'll pop up like a genie and all will be well with the world again!"Right?Wrong.Why have you forsaken me, cruel, cruel world of fiction!Let's go through what this series has done to m [...]

    4. WTF ok I like exactly 1 part of the ending and I know if I want the book to go my way I should write it myself but with out spoiling it I just can't believe that ish!!!

    5. Oh my heart, oh my heart burns too bright and hurts too bad. This series has been one extremely emotional rollercoaster ride, leaving me broken into infinite little pieces. And A Touch Menacing? It has been the most painfully beautiful of all. The ending alone was so mindblowingly awesome that I am too shaken to write coherent words after finishing it a few minutes ago. And, no people, I don't hate the ending at all. I just hated that it ended *serious sobbin' in background*Eden has emerged as a [...]

    6. Leah Clifford!! Why did you do this to me?!!! This book was amazing. There is death and it is a lot darker. First of all there is more than one point of view, Gabe, Eden, Az, Kristen, Jarrod, and Madeline. A lot of people die, Madeline, Jackson. Who is kinda important but not that much. Az is Upstairs and is being held captive, while Gabe promised the Bound that he will kill Eden. Good thing he doesn't because he is protecting her from dying. The death that hurt the most was Az. I loved Az and h [...]

    7. Nice Conclusion. Makes me want to reread the whole trilogy at once. I don't think I will, though.But I can't wait for Leah Clifford's next book!

    8. Gah that ending!!! :(Overall this book was actually really depressing & to be honest I could not remember what happened in the last book, but I liked it nonetheless.

    9. I didn't realize this was the third book in a trilogy when I picked it up. I had a hard time getting into the story but then I got pulled into the story.It was interesting, not engaging enough to track down books 1 & 2 as my TBR pile is threatening to take over my office without adding to it.Bound = Angels on highFallen = Angels fallen below as sinnersSiders aka Suiciders = Mortals who have been altered by "the Touch" who have died by suicide. They don't die and become recepticles for the to [...]

    10. A Touch Menacing is an epic finale to a fantastic series that has left an impact in my mind. A brilliant book with a mind-blowing ending!Eden is turning to ash! Do you know how crazy and insane that is? Leah Clifford did an amazing job at making Eden more of an even fiercer and stronger character than in the previous books. And Eden is one of my absolute all-time favorite characters, so to see her turn into more of a better person with a more complex structure was amazing. But not only does Eden [...]

    11. I have a few things to say about this book and it's series. Some are good and some are not so good.Let's start off with the up sides of the series. One thing I liked about this series was that it was very original. I haven't read any books yet about Suiciders. Another thing I like about this book was that it had a good story line to it.Now on the the bad things. There are so many of them so I'm going to start with the most obvious. This book was very confusing and all over the place. There was s [...]

    12. Find more of my reviews at readingangelA Touch Trilogy is one of my favorite series, so I had some major LBS (Last Book Syndrome) about reading A Touch Menacing. Reading it, and knowing that I was going to have to let go of all of the characters, made me want to cry yall!! I'm so glad that Leah Clifford gave me great closure with this amazing final book.Honestly, I can't go in to the plot much without giving anything away. What I will say is that I spent most of this book with my fingers and toe [...]

    13. Additional Purchase This is the last book of the “Touch” trilogy. Lots of betrayals between Kristen, Madeline, Luke, Eden, Az and Gabe. The reader may be confused between the Siders, angels, demons and Bound. Eden is dying by turning into ash. She wishes she could have stayed mortal and she wants to find a way to make the other Siders turn back into mortals. As in the first two books, it’s a fight between good and evil but some of those lines have been blurred by the two factions.I had a d [...]

    14. "A Touch Menacing" is the final volume in the "Touch" trilogy by Leah Clifford. Fans of the series will be pleased with the return of their favorite not-so-perfect angels, Gabriel and Az, as well as the powerful Siders Madeline, Eden, and Kristin. Eden is facing a build-up of Touch power that threatens to destroy her unless she first releases the power by killing other Siders - which sends them on to torment those in Heaven and Hell by spreading the Touch above and below the Earth. Meanwhile the [...]

    15. Eden is turning to Ash and dying. She has both sides Heaven and Hell wanting to destroy her. Everything she loves seems to be gone or in trouble. There will be many secrets revealed including how the whole thing got started. Can Eden be saved? This isn't going to be a real long review cause I don't want to give any spoiler or at least try not to. I love this series and think the author did a fantastic job in ending yet. I still want more but that is just because I love the series and characters. [...]

    16. I just. Oh my gosh What can I say!?! It was the best possible way to end this trilogy! And THE best books I've ever read! I never expected the book to end this way but its brilliant! I really wish there was another book after this one, but this book ended perfectly.Each of chapters wanted me to just keep reading into the next. I couldn't resist! And the outcomes were shocking, yet thrilling. I could picture where they were or what they were doing perfectly because the text was so clear. I would [...]

    17. Okay so I'm just gonna review in point again. Read this a year ago and I might have forgotten some things.Well anyway, Things I liked-Eden's new highlights-Lucifer, more and more Am I the only one?-Gabe. MUACKS Love him - Dem suspense and action -Sider powers dun dun DUUUN Things I didn't like-The sudden deaths of I won't say who BUT THEY WERE SO SAD I WAS FRICKIN SCREAMING CLIFFORD JUST KILLED ME WITH DEM DEATHS-The ending . SO MUCH FEELS. I have too much feelings about it ahdioasjogf-hmm, Eden [...]

    18. I did not expect Gabriel to be behind the whole Sider plague. It took me by total surprise. I absolutely dislike the ending; Az is murdered by a jealous angel, Michael. Gabe is still single and heartbroken because of his best fiends (Az) death. Although Eden's life has shattered and gone from total shit to heart wrenching horrible she somehow manages to find a reason to keep living & somewhat forget about Az after only a few hours after his death. I dare say I was much more devastatingly rui [...]

    19. I got really excited when I started this series. It was dark, and twisted, and it was everything I was looking for in a new trilogy to read! But then the second book happened. I was like, okay, maybe it's just because it's the second book. Sometimes the first book is good, the second book is okay, and then the third one is amazing, but not in this case. I just found them getting less and less interesting. Anyway, I don't regret reading them, but I do wish all three had been as good as the first [...]

    20. This concluding paranormal novel by Leah Clifford continues the battle between good and evil. Eden is dying for real as she is caught between the living and the dead. She continues to be unsure of who her enemies and friends are. A plague that is affecting mortals and immortals may not give her a chance to become mortal again. Will Eden be able to save her own life and those she loves? Who can she rely on?

    21. so freaking EXCITED! it has a title! then it'll have a summary and a cover and MARCH CAN'T GET HERE SOON ENOUGH!***Perfect. Just perfection. I'm honestly crying right now. Leah Clifford's Touch series is one of my favorite series of all time; it's so creative and dark and, oh god, I just love Eden and Az, and all the other characters. A Touch Menacing has the most amazing ending, and I'm so happy everything is answered. I want more stories!

    22. Was this suppose to leave me so fucking close to tears?Actually, no, wait. It just really made my insides twist up with emotion. But, seriously, did that ending really have to happen?A Touch Trilogy was seriously one of the best trilogies I've ever read. Leah Clifford is a fantastic author. I don't know how she managed to write an ending like that, but it was beautiful. Freaking beautiful. That's the Touch Trilogy described in two words: Freaking. Beautiful. And I totally recommend it.

    23. Amazing series and WHAT a ending.Sad but happy all at the same time;) Thanks Leah Clifford for making me fall in love with each and every character in this series even if some where not good!! LOL I love book about angles and this one never disappointed! Still am and will always be TEAM AZ ;) Hope to see more form you Clifford:)

    24. I didn't like this one as much as the others. This series lost it's drive in this final installment and the author seemed to be put way more drama in it than necessary. I wasn't happy with the ending, it feel really flat, but the plot was decent and the characters appealing. I think this series could have gone places, it's sad that it remained stagnantoh well.

    25. I had serious problems in finishing this series. The first one I read it quite fast but the last two it has hell I'm not saying they're not interesting but I couldn't get into it like the first. However I need to say that at least all questions were answered and everything explained. Didn't like the end that much but I understand why the author did it.

    26. Overall I liked the trilogy, even though there were huge plot holes through out the story.I was expecting more than what I got in the last book, and was a bit disappointed.I was entertained, it was a fast fun read.

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