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Deity: The Third Covenant Novel Paperback – November 6, 2012
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About the Author
Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories....which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Spencer Hill Press, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen.
She also writes adult and New Adult romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.
Top Customer Reviews
Unreservedly, I can now say that I love this series.
Dare I venture to say that it might even be a favorite?
Why, yes. Yes, I do.
Perhaps one of my favorite things about this series so far (and in some ways this surprises me because I wasn't a huge fan of hers in the beginning) is Alex. Alex has come a long way from the selfish, impulsive girl we meet in Half-Blood. In some respects, she's still exactly the same, but yet she's matured from her experiences over the past year. Oh, she still blurts out what she thinks filter-free from time to time. She still gets those wild, reckless urges to take matters into her own hands, and yet Alex has begun to learn restraint. She's had to. She has seen the dangers her world poses for one such as her, seen the consequences enacted out before her if she crosses certain lines. She's seen her fears brought to life, and she's made enemies in some very high places who are devoted to destroying her. And above all Alex understands that her actions have consequences not only for her, but that other peoples' lives and well-being are also connected to hers.Read more ›
I am not going to go into any detail in this review, just to say how much I love this series, and to say it just gets better. I suggest you read Daimon Prequel first, that's what I did, then Half-Blood, then Pure, then Deity, Elixir then Apollyon.
Man, can Aiden get any hotter??? Oh, and I just hate Seth even more. He is pure evil. In my opinion. That's all I will say. I don't want to do any spoilers. I will however leave you with a few favorite parts, some teasers for you. Not really spoilers. (could be if you had not read the previous books)
Oh, and that big surprise on a certain person's identity, how awesome, loved it, and did not see it coming at all.
I give this 5 out of 5 really huge stars, and highly recommend this series.
Below is the teasers, like I said, not really spoilers, but if you rather not read any, just stop here.
Here is a scene with Aiden:
"What are you afraid of?" I asked again."I thought you said I was afraid of nothing once," he threw back."I did."Aiden shifted slightly and his thumb caressed the curve of my cheek. "I'm afraid of something.""What?" I whispered.He drew in a deep, shuddering breath. "I'm afraid of never being allowed to feel what I do."
Here is one that is a bit funny:
"You think I'm scared that you'll turn me in for fighting? Any of you? They can't touch me!Read more ›
I've never read a book that screwed with my emotions as much as Deity.
I don't even know where to begin without spoiling anything, because there is so much that happens in Deity. So. Much.
Earlier on in the series we learn about Alex being the second Apollyon. In PURE, we learn that she is considered a threat and that the Furies want her dead.Well, I thought shiznit (trying to keep it PG here) went down in Pure...but I was wrong. Deity takes it to a whole other level.
Deity is built upon secrets. Everyone has one - some of which can be harmful to others. Alex has grown a lot since the beginning of the series. She's always been a tough heroine, but she's finally beginning to see that knee-jerk reactions can be problematic.
She's killed her mother. She's lost her best friend. And she has found out that she is the second Apollyon; and that by fate, she is destined to be one with Seth. Enough for any teenager to have to deal with, right? Nope. Alex's life gets turned upside down in Deity. She's running off of hope that she can stop the First from becoming the God Killer. But hope isn't enough.
Honestly, this is a hard book to review because I really can't justify spoiling the story. No matter how much I may want to talk about all the feelings I have right now. My Aiden fangirl is happy, or she was happy until, you know...but my Seth fangirl? My heart is hurting.
As someone who isn't really a fan of love triangles (something I've stated before), I found myself worried when I started Pure last year. But then when I finished Pure, and saw where Armentrout was taking the story, I found that I didn't mind the love triangle.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome continuation of the covenant series. Lots of twists and turns and surprises highly recommend this series. Definitely worth readingPublished 1 month ago by Shawn Wood
Holy cow, this book was awesome! I mean, serious, it gave the whole story a different turn. Wow...
I mean I guessed some things would happen a certain way but, nope, I... Read more
I just love this book series. I really wish she could do more. I would highly recommend reading them. Great price and will keep you entertained. Awesome author.Published 3 months ago by Asmodai
Loving this series and cannot wait to read the next. Why have I not read this sooner.......I will be buying the next book immediately.Published 4 months ago by Kim