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Resurrection Stone: Half-Blood Princess Book 2 (Volume 2) Paperback – March 30, 2012
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Sophia is back with a punch and she just sizzles on the page . Another must read in my book !! Don't miss out on this Fantastic series by Magen McMinimy.
There were some plot points that didn't quite hit the mark for me, like why any vampire would destroy their own vampire kid just to hurt Sophia. It wasn't really properly explained. Also, the first book didn't have a lot of cursing and this one did. If not for the cursing and the sex scene, I'd recommend this to my teenage daughter.
Overall, it was a story that held my attention as I was really concerned with what was happening to the characters.
My husband got me to watch "The Princess Bride" with him right in the middle of the climax of the book and during the first part of the movie, all I could think about was how the climax of the book would play out. As soon as it was over I was right back into my Kindle.
The editing in this book wasn't perfect, but it wasn't as bad as the first edition of the first book in the series. I do appreciate the author fixing those issues.
The book ends on a cliffhanger, which I hate, but I am really considering buying the next book in the series.
I am in love with this series & can't wait for the next book. Sophia has succeeded in protecting those she needed to protect, at least most of them. And she has taken out at least one or two of her enemies. But you won't believe what happens. I must read the next book!
I received this book as a gift in exchange for an honest review.
Onto the book. It really did pick up right where Blood Claim left off (I think). It certainly doesn't seem as if much time passed between the end of Blood Claim and the beginning of Resurrection stone, and it's another action packed book, but what else would you expect from a book about the half-blood daughter of the original vampire that is protecting the last descendant of her father's oldest enemy? Sophia is almost like a super-charged Bella Swan with a dozen Victoria's after her, fortunately she has her own Cullen family to help her out.
Once I got over my issue of forgetting the back story, I was sucked into the book, right square in Sophia's shoes. I was heartbroken over Dante's abandonment, pained by Ash's revelations, and anxious about the looming threat posed by Byron. Beyond that though, this book does a good job developing the characters and their relationships with one another. It's a lighter read, relatively simple and easy to lose yourself in, even if your mental capacity is reduced from lack of sleep (which is always a bonus for me). I will definitely be diving into Shadowed Memories shortly.
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