- File Size: 3853 KB
- Print Length: 417 pages
- Publication Date: April 25, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XFRC4NZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,144 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What can I say? I enjoyed the first book, it had all the trappings of great paranormal fiction.... Then I read Deathless. Please please please Anne Malcom hire an EDITOR! I don't just mean for grammar, spelling, and fluidity (though that needs a lot of work too), but for CONTENT. The redundancy of more than half the book made it really hard to get through. The same concepts and the same conversations, god forbid the same descriptive words just kept showing up over and over again ad nauseam. There should be a limit on how many times the author is allowed to use the word "depraved"... yes we get it the heroine and her buddies and the world we live in has issues. After reading the 50th "depraved" comment or scene I was seriously feeling the need to throw a thesaurus at someone. This series has potential. I love the snark and the humor, but get a handle on the content contradictions, personality disorders as character building, the failed badly worded prophesies that debase the plot, and the highly ambiguous ideas on good vs evil ect. EDITING. PLEASE FOR THE SAKE OF THE WRITTEN WORD HIRE A DAMN EDITOR... Or fire your current one.
Wowza!! I think out of all the female characters I’ve read about, PNR and non-PNR books, Isla will forever be my favorite.
This chick is all sorts of badass wrapped with a sassy and hilarious attitude.
We continue with Isla and her Scooby-Doo gang, which she had way hates, but let’s be honest, she loves every single one there... ESPECIALLY SCOTT, lol.
There’s a lot of war talk going on in this book. Who’s behind it, where the rebels are residing, who’s evil good and evil bad, who can you trust and are your allies really your allies or just pretending??
I had quite a few “oh crap!” moments in this book. Ms. Malcom sure does know how to give you twists and turns straight out of left field that you would NEVER expect to read.
I’m talking about mouth gaping, shocked gasps, wtf moments. I’m always sucked into her books and I’ll even admit that this one had me tear up for a moment.
Always expected with one of Anne Malcom’s stories.
I’m so glad that I read the book when I did because although the book had a good ending, I wanted more! And, I’m glad I don’t have to wait long since hearing the announcing of the third installment of this book is releasing next month!
I can’t wait to dive back into the awesome mind that is Isla and her broody super alpha Thorne.
The first portion- Sophie’s pov was dark and igniting. As soon as we returned to our regularly scheduled Isla programming, I rolled my eyes more times than my eye stalks could tolerate. If what can be said in 1 page takes 8... duh-leet. It’s a shame cause I had high hopes at the start of this series. Tbh my hopes fell the minute I saw there was not a love triangle. That tension could have distracted me from the incessant bickering and unnecessary, plot-stifling sarcasm.