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Well now, I feel like I've really been inside your pages. Oh wait, I guess, technically, I was. Can I just say that it's weird seeing one's name in a book and reading it over and over? It is, but it's also wonderful when she gets to have "moments" with one of your main book boyfriends. So thank you for that. Also, thanks for being so great on all the other levels. You didn't let me down and that speaks volumes, cause just like character me, I'm kind of hard to please.
-The White Unicorn
Wow, this book is wonderful sequel that doesn't suffer from second book syndrome at all. Boswell throws a ton of new characters into the mix to keep things fresh and yet never detracts from the original characters that she gave us in Mythology. Yes, one of these said new characters is named Christianna, and no that's not a coincidence, she's actually named after me. The fact that I know Boswell is not the reason that I'm telling you that this series is awesome. It has recently come to light that the series is in Hollywood's hands and has been optioned for a possible TV show or movie. So you best read them now, so you can be hipsters of the book world who read the books before they were insanely popular.
What I love about these books are the characters. Hope, Micah and Jonathan are some of my personal favorites and Boswell didn't let me down in book two. She's made things much messier for our leads this time around, if that's even possible, which she proves, it is. Hope is trying to discover how to use her new powers, which causes some new developments. She's both weaker and stronger, and it's an interesting mix to watch come to light. Micah isn't doing so well and so he's making some questionable choices.Read more ›
Be prepared for the roller coaster of emotions. Can't wait for the next book!
The book opens with Hope and Micah struggling to find a way for Micah to live with his demon status; Micah's values mean that he refuses to steal souls from others, but without this energy, he will die in a matter of years. At the same time, they're drawn into a local conspiracy as young demon boys keep surfacing, dead. As the two struggle to solve this mystery, Hope continues to master her own powers and Micah finds himself as a pawn in still another power-struggle, this time with the powerful Praxidikai, who strive to maintain balance between demons and guardians. All of this sounds like it might be too much, but Helen does such a great job weaving together different storylines.
And at the heart of it all is Micah's relationship with Hope. Where book 1 was from Hope's perspective, book two interweaves Hope and Micah's perspectives. And I have to say, I really love Micah. He's sweet, but real, which means he has flaws--and he makes mistakes with real consequences.
The story itself was fast-paced, the writing generally clean, and the romance itself had some definitely swoon-worthy moments. I really enjoyed this--and I can't wait to read book three!
Most importantly, I liked this book. I'd say I really like this book. Right now, I did not like it as much as the first book.
However, I reserve the right to change my mind after reading the 3rd book. Here is some explanation ...
In the first book, I loved hearing Hope's voice, seeing things through her eyes. In this book, the first person perspective is shared, and it took me (my fault, not the author's) a little bit to get used to that change, and really get Micah who was a bit of a mystery before. Also, Hope's voice and perspective were different too, which if you've read the book you know, and if you have not, well, no spoilers here. The change makes sense.
For me, this book also suffers a little bit from what I will call "the middle book" issues. Now I don't know if this series was green-lighted as a whole, or if the first had to do well before the others were sold (I really don't know anything about how publishing works). In some ways it seems that the first book was more entirely self-contained. The second book -- knows it's a second book, so you get little hints and glimpses into the future. While tantalizing and making me want to read the last book, it also leaves me with unanswered questions that right now, I do not like not knowing. As I said, after reading the last and having all of my loose ends tied up and questions hopefully answered, I might like this book more because of the way it sets those things up. I don't know that yet though.
I do think that Helen is a really good writer, and I like her characters.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These characters have grabbed my heart from the first book all the way through the second and making me crave the third.Published 15 months ago by Christmas Carol
I feel like sometimes book squeals aren't as good as the first book, but this book was just as great as the first! Read morePublished 17 months ago by A. Marabella
I did not like this book as much as the first. I loved Hope and Micah's chemistry and they just weren't together enough in this book. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a good book I recommend all 3. I will more than likely reread them again. :) :) :)Published 17 months ago by jennifer l. gayler
Micah and Hope are fighters. Fighting for the same thing... each other. But in Mythology The Wicked forces beyond them work to rip apart everything they have fought to keep. Read morePublished on June 12, 2014 by Consuming Worlds
Micah may be a demon but the last thing he wants to do is hurt anyone he loves. He fights on the side of good and tries his best to resist temptation. Read morePublished on March 5, 2014 by PamM
The second book in the Mythology series focuses primarily on Micah. In the first book, we learn that he is a Demon, struggling against his very nature to be good and to love a girl... Read morePublished on February 21, 2014 by Amazon Customer
**An eARC was provided by author in exchange of an honest review**
Okay, so when I read the first book in this series, what I really loved about it was how action packed... Read more
*I was given an eCopy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I wholeheartedly believe this series is a hidden gem that many YA urban fantasy lovers are missing... Read more
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