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- File size : 10471 KB
- Print length : 247 pages
- Language: : English
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B07KRB6RT5
- Publication date : March 2, 2019
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #889,544 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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by Elle Cross
I loved the first in this series, as a fan of Keanu and John Wick. Part of me was disappointed that the second parted ways with the series (I was looking forward to the tailor scene) but the rest of me was enraptured by the new take.
Immortelle's own mythology is brilliant and her men have entranced me. Immortelle will live on past this series, becoming one of the female leads that other writers aspire to creating. Mortal with the heart and memories of a never dying weapon, she truly should have more than just three books (which seems to be the projection.) For me, she measures up to Jane Eyre (that's saying a lot for a girl who thrives on Charlotte Bronte) and more modern heroines like Anita Blake.
Death is sexier than any living or immortal male I've had the pleasure of reading in a very very long time. His eternal love for Immortelle is what every breathing woman has ever dreamed of. He is three dimensional, even when he is in the Otherworld as is War. War is more raw, rougher around the edges. I see him as a Celt with blue woad and braids. Strife and Mischief, twins and truly creatures of their names, are playful and dangerous.
The worlds that Ms. Cross moves us through are beyond the myths of childhood. They are the dark worlds of Maerchen (German Fairytales) and of the Tuatha De Danaan/Sihde of Celtic legend. Even the sweetest appearing creatures are deadly.
I seriously am sending up prayers that Ms. Cross is kind enough to gift us with at least the third book and that the Lovecraftian Elder Gods make their tentacles known.
This is one of those series that if I were to win a massive lottery I would finance into being as either a series of blockbuster movies or Hulu/NetFlix series.
Cliffhanger warning!! Because I'm already starving for book three as it is, I skipped the preview.
Five immortal stars out of five
The Book Nerd is pacing her imaginary library in anticipation of the next novel
The Immortelle series is so addicting with constant building and releasing that I was kept sitting on the edge of my seat the whole time I was reading this book!
Elle Cross knows how to create the perfect blended story, she knows when to add the action and she knows when to add some steam, and she definitely knows how to keep her readers kept in suspense and wondering what’s going to happen next!
So yes it’s going to be a big HECK YEAH I most definitely do recommend this book to anyone who’s searching for a amazing story to climb into and get completely lost within its pages.
But a word of advice if you haven’t read Nemesis then I highly suggest that you do that way you’ll understand this book a lot better.