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Rebel Angels (The Gemma Doyle Trilogy Book #2) Paperback – December 26, 2006
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This is a wonderful continuation to A Great and Terrible Beauty. It is just as dark, gothic and fanciful as the aforementioned novel. In this offering, the author tightens up the loose ends left in the previous book but leaves new story possibilities for the next installment. The reader gets many answers regarding the realms, that beautiful and wonderful place where all dreams are possible. I was right about the person I had suspected was Circe since the first book. I am pleased with that development.Read more ›
I must commend Ms. Bray on walking a careful and thoughtful like between historical accuracy and pure enjoyment. While she takes a few historical liberties (for example, the freedom with which Gemma moves about in London), she seems to do so in order to maintain a sense of adventure that modern readers would be able to relate to.Read more ›
Oh. My. God.
I cannot even describe the adventures that Libba Bray has not only accomplished to tell, but made believable. The heroin is not your average, "perfect hair, perfect skin, everyone loves her, people adore her, she has power and wealth"....hoity toity snooby rich girl finishing school product. She is a rebel, with the right amount of ingredients to make her less than perfect. She's not super pretty, in a world ruled by the fair and the dark haired, Gemma is a red-head with a mass of freckles. In a world with outgoing feminist, and stay-at-home wifes, Gemma strives to find a perfect balance where she can speak her mind, and not have the world on her shoulder.
But she does. In a perfect blend of fantasy, Gemma finds a world with everything you can imagine. Grass turns into butterflies, rocks are diamonds. The Relams, a secret garden version of a magical world, only opened to the women of the "Order", a old cultish like group with special powers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its a good book, just don't like how long it runs. But overall a good read.Published 9 days ago by leonard
I read “A Great and Terrible Beauty” several years back and absolutely loved it. Then life happened and I never got around to reading the second book…until now! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Katrin von Martin
While being sick, I devoured this book in a day. Just as good as the first book, if not better! There's growth in Gemma and Felicity and a little in Ann. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dakota @ Magic in Every Books
I wasn't exactly wowed by the first book in the series -- if I'm being honest it was probably 2-1/2 stars at best -- and I wasn't sure I wanted to continue. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carter Adler
I am so mixed about this entire series. On one hand, I am glad that I read it, for I have seen this series on display many a time. Read morePublished 3 months ago by S
This story is very intense. You really with all the characters. Very good twists. So far, my favorite in the series.Published 3 months ago by Jessica Steele