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Immortal Beloved: Book Two of 'The Knight Trilogy'. (Volume 2) Paperback – September 11, 2012


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Product Details

  • Series: Knight Trilogy
  • Paperback: 222 pages
  • Publisher: Little Bird Publishing House (September 11, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0956739539
  • ISBN-13: 978-0956739537
  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.5 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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About the Author

Writer of the Amazon Best Selling YA series, The Knight Trilogy, Katie is married to a handsome giant and mummy to a mud-puddle fairy. She likes to write whilst drinking tea and eating jaffa cakes. Most of the time she lives in a fairytale world but other than that she is completely and utterly normal. Katie's debut YA fairtytale series, 'The Knight Trilogy' has become an international best-seller in several chart categories, Contemporary Fantasy, Myths and Legends, Paranormal Romance. It has also been an Amazon No 1. Best-selling Fairytale. Her work is a blend of rich imagery and fast paced action. Before writing full length novels, Katie wrote poetry, her works being published in several anthology publications. She is currently working on a stand alone novel called 'Beautiful Freaks' due to be published in Autumn 2012. A high Victorian, Gothic, Steampunk style detective story. Katie loves hanging out on Twitter and you can follow her on @KnightTrilogy. She loves connecting with readers and fellow writers so stop by and give her a wave. You can find out more about Katie and her Knight Trilogy series at the official website www.theknighttrilogy.com

More About the Author

Katie lives in the London suburbs. Her time is divided between writing, teaching English to teenagers and being mummy to two daughters. She started writing seriously after the birth of her first daughter five years ago. She has gone on to have four of her YA novels published and numerous short horror and fantasy stories published by several press houses, including Nexus Press and Winter Goose.

Her series 'The Knight Trilogy' is an Amazon.UK number one best selling Fairy Tale series and has been consistently in the top 100 of several categories.

In October 2012 she released her fourth novel, 'Beautiful Freaks', a gothic paranormal detective novel set in Victorian London.

She is currently working on a seven book series called the 'Meadowsweet Chronicles', a series about witchcraft in a sleeping English village. Book One is due for publication in the summer of 2013. All of her books are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Waterstones and WHSmith.

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I really can't wait for the third book in this series.
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The character, Florin makes a very brief appearance in Immortal Beloved but although brief, he makes quite an impact on the reader.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Kindle Book Review on October 20, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
I really loved reading Immortal Beloved, which is the second book in this series. It was well written and the author really did some great research.

I felt so sorry for Mina. One day she has Blake and the next it's all gone. Even the Realm is gone.
Sometimes she thinks maybe it wasn't real.

If it wasn't for her uncle, Delta, and Daisy she would've never pulled through. Delta was the one who really seemed to understand her. She has lost that deep connection with her mom.

Every day just seems to be the same thing over and over. Until she's told that Blake is dead and she needs to go to Egypt to find him and bring him home.

The Realm comes back in her life just because they need her. She goes on a very exciting adventure with Delta and Sam at her side.

I really can't wait for the third book in this series. The way that Immortal Beloved ended has got me wanting more. 5-stars. - Crystal Newman, The Kindle Book Review.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DandyProse on December 31, 2011
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Let me start off by saying that I read both the first book of the series, The Forest of Adventures, and this book within two days. I was hooked from the start and drawn into the magical world that the author created. I thought the characters were very well developed and relatable. I thought the idea of the series was very original and I was glad that I had found something new in this genre.
That said, I liked the The Forest of Adventure much better than Immortal Beloved. I liked imagining the world of The Realm and enjoyed the characters that were found there. I liked how The Forest of Adventures ended and was eager to read Immortal Beloved, so much so I started on it the next morning.
I finished Immortal Beloved within hours. I was extremely disappointed with the ending. I had figured that with the Arthurian theme, the Egyptian theme, and the Immortal theme, there was more than enough storyline to carry the book series and make it a great read. Why the author decided to throw in ANOTHER PARANORMAL THEME is beyond me. I chose to read these books because it was something fresh and new. But now its become the same old VAMPIRE YA read, and in my opinion, there isn't much left to be discovered about vampires.
More than likely I will read the last book of the trilogy when it becomes available. Unfinished stories have a tendacy to nag at my brain until they are resolved. I have my fingers crossed that the author is able to create something new and exciting with the played out vampire theme. So, would I recommend this book? Yes, but only if you're still enthralled by tales of vampires and their star-crossed love, because thats what this trilogy has become.
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By Nereid on March 4, 2013
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Life wasn't meant to be easy but surely Mina deserved a break, first off she fell madly in love with Blake a real life knight and was introduced to a world only known in fairy tales and stories of King Arthur. Then the evil witch Morgan turned up and it all went to hell literally. Now Mina must embark on a journey to save Blake from his fate with her most trusted friends and even if they somehow succeed in getting to him in time, it will only be a Pyrrhic victory. I really enjoyed this book and the references to Egyptian gods and customs peppered throughout. Whilst the formula is by no means original, the story is diverse enough that there are a few twists and turns with an unforeseen ending. It sets the reader up nicely for the last book in the trilogy which is next on my list.
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