- File Size: 520 KB
- Print Length: 268 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MRBVWKB
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,263 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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This series was a painful, erratic tale that ultimately underscored the power of forgiveness, redemption and love. There are enough twists and turns to make a pretzel jealous in this book. Overall, the plot was multilayered and each motive or flashback was pieced together in a bleak mosaic that eventually cast a beautiful picture. With that said, I do have BONES to pick with this damn book but more specifically, the editor!!
There were sooo many typos and grammatical errors in this series and especially in this book. Some errors were plain old bad proofreading. For example, one line (if I remember correctly) read "I told him two words : 'I want them to pay'". LIKE FOR REAL! I REREAD THE LINE THINKING MAYBE I WAS CRAZY. Instead of 'penchant' the word 'pension' was used. Instead of 'brakes' the word 'breaks' was used in "I slammed on the breaks"! I am not a persnickety person but I respect Courtney Lane too much to keep seeing her work weakly edited. I know everyone is being published by Penguin and I love and respect and support the independent hustle but gah-damn!
Another thing I had an issue with: a potential hole in the plot. There were several moments in the story where I thought the antagonist ought to have been detained easily! The cat and mouse game did make sense when thinking of the fears and insecurities of Keaton and Braeden but I still felt that they had the capability to do things that they avoided doing. It irritated me to no end at 74% of the book. Still, I hanged in there and witnessed some shocking developments!
North was south and east was west! I do think there was an erroneous fact that became fiction where we learn which Oliver brother was older and which was younger. Am I the only one that found it as erratic or did I misread? I know I didn't because I highlighted every reference of the development of the Oliver backstory! So hmm idk
This book is glory and gore. The dark scenes are excruciating. Lane never lacks a bloodcurdling story and I rock with that. If that's not your style, you won't stomach this book or the last meal you ate.
All totester, this story was quite imaginative as it was my first cult-setting book I've ever read. Although this isn't my first series read of Lane's it's still a decent one. Her Breaking Insanity Series is still top of my reads so far in 2018 and one of my general favorites!
This is the third book in the 'Wicked Trinity' series and the books must be read in order. In fact, this series is so multifaceted and complex that I found myself having to go back and re-read many parts of books one and two in order to make sense of certain events. It was absolutely no bother though, because this series is that good!
If you have already read the first two books, then it goes without saying that this is one dark and twisted series. It is brutal, gritty, gory and offensive. If you can't handle a really dark read with very disturbing content, then you probably wouldn't have made it this far in the series. Ms. Lane does not hold back when it comes to the dark content and I applaud her for that.
This book picks up with Keaton back at her parents after recently escaping Noah. She's still shocked at the revelation of Braeden's true identity, but inexplicably drawn to him nonetheless. She's kind of in limbo, trying to do what she knows is logical while wanting to do something that is absolutely crazy but feels so good.
The beginning of this book seemed a little slow to me. However, once it got going it really took off. Buckle up, because you're in for one hell of a twisted ride!
There were so many twists and turns along the way that I had to clarify and reorient myself more than once. If you're like me and it has been a while since you read the first two books, you'll want to have them handy to reference. There were so many intricate details that I had to go back a few times to remind myself where different things had left off.
The layers of deception seemed never-ending. Every time that I thought I knew where the story was headed, something else would happen and I find myself going in another direction entirely. It was definitely a mind-f*@k!
Throughout the book, Keaton and Braeden had a strong push/pull relationship. The two could seem to be together or stay apart. There were many things about their relationship that had me scratching my head. Yet, I wanted them to get the HEA in spite of Braeden's horrible crimes.
Noah also spoke to me. He definitely isn't a character that is easy to like, but deep down, I think he loved Keaton in his own messed up way. These two guys are perhaps two of the most damaged characters that I've ever encountered. I'd love to hate them, and sometimes I did, but mostly, I felt sad for them.
Eventually, everything does work out for the best. Of course, that is a matter of opinion. This book has the type of ending that will have many readers wanting to pull their hair out, but for me, it was perfect. I couldn't have dreamt up a more fitting conclusion to this series.
If you love a dark, disturbing story that pushes your boundaries this is a good one. I love the dark stuff and there were times I felt an urge to rock myself in a corner. Be forewarned. If that appeals to you, like it does to me, you don't want to miss this series.
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Seducing Virtue is the third book in the the Wicked Trinity series. It is just what I've come to expect from Ms. Lane; dark, twisted, and shocking and I loved it!Read more
'Seducing Virtue' must be read after you've read the first two books.Read more
Thank you so very much Ms.Lane!! I am extremely honored and grateful!!Read more
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