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- Publication Date: December 18, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H8XG7YA
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See How She Fights (The Chronicles of Izzy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Book two picked up where first book left off. In this book there was more character development. As a reader I saw how much Ian really cared for Molly, and I saw what appears to be an unbreakable bond and friendship built between Molly and Izzy. After the first book I didn't really understand Isadora or care for her as a character, but that changed in this book. There were so many holes left in book one that was filled in when I read this book. Kennan wants to protect Izzy so much, and it seems like he is gradually learning that he has to let her breathe.
Izzy in this book really proved that she isn't going to be pushed over. She is going to stand up for what she believes in. When she sets her mind to something she doesn't give up without a fight. Aberto was a character that instantly intrigued me. The way he came into the book to me brought in a sense familiarity. Just like Izzy, I kept getting the feeling through the whole book that somehow he was mentioned before, and I have to say I cannot wait until we get a chance to find out what that connection is.
During this book I cried, I laughed, and I am sure I gave my kindle dirty looks. Michelle Graves takes you on an adventure that you don't want to get off of. I didn't want to see this book end, and I am left praying that these characters find a happy ending. They all.... well mostly :P..... deserve a happy ending. I hope that Ian and Molly discover their own happiness and can grow as characters. I pray that Conall finds the Seer that is meant for him.
All in all I can say that the four hours it took me to read this book were well spent. This author knows how to deliver. She has all the great parts of a novel: romance, humor, mystery, action, and even sadness because nothing worth having in life comes easily. I will eagerly be awaiting the third book in this series.
Izzy has to re-immerse herself in all things Seer, not only that, but she also has to leave the beginnings of her future perfect life and attend the Council whom have summoned her. To put it mildly both Izzy and Kennan are VERY unimpressed with this development. After everything how could this be a fair situation?! As she will soon learn, a lesson in the reality of fairness is one of the numerous lessons Izzy will learn by the end of this book.
When I reviewed the first book I mentioned it was mostly romance and built up towards action near the end and I LOVED it... Well this book is mostly action with the romance to sweeten the story... and guess what? I LOVED it!!! I love that this is a series that doesn't just follow the same familiar formula for each book. Instead the story flows and the books are what they need to be to tell the story, at the start that was a romance, detailing the background, the characters and the romance. Now that we've moved into this book we can focus on the fast paced action which is (to put it simply) awesome. Luckily though, we don't lose the romance, we just have to learn to share Izzy and Kennan with the world, for better or for worse...
Izzy has to deal with some horrific happenings, violent bloody crimes are being committed against seers and before long she has been dragged right into the middle. She needs to fight and stay one step ahead, just so she can stay alive. The things that were happening both to Izzy and around Izzy were intriguing and more than a little disturbing. I was definitely with Izzy and her intense frustration at the beings around her, they can see into the future, read minds, jump into the dreaming but they are so damn vague! A little heads up once in a while would've probably helped Izzy from feeling like she had missed out on reading a Seer instruction manual, but then I guess, where's the fun in that? Make no mistake, going into this book Izzy hasn't developed and understood half of what she needs to. This is a drag out, dirty dealing, fight to bloody knuckles, scream in your sleep story, yet I loved that despite everything, Izzy still retained one of her traits the I love the most about her, her snark. Only Izzy could pull off sassy conversations with a sacrificed seer spirit...
Once again Michelle Graves strikes the character chemistry just right, I loved the developing friendship between Izzy and Molly (everyone needs a BFF!) I laughed at the fiery feisty relationship between Ian and Molly and I melted at the love between Izzy and Kennan. It's also in this book that we are introduced to a few more book boyfriend contestants. The first being Conall, sometimes too formal, way too gruff and fiercely loyal, he half the time rubs Izzy the wrong way and the other half of the time he's trying to help Kennan reign in the carnage that inevitably follows her around. Also, another manly man of note we meet Aberto. Ancient and mysterious, he doesn't throw a spanner in the works for Izzy and Kennan as such, but there is a lot more to him than what originally meets the eye. Along the way we start to get to slowly unravel his secrets, although very vaguely (there's a theme here!)... and the big tough guy vs big tough guy interactions between him and Kennan, as well as his confusing relationship with Izzy are pretty much everything you could ever need for that little bit of tension every story needs.
By the end of this book I was feeling completely and utterly on edge and I knew this story was far from over. I definitely didn't have a feeling that all was lost, but there sure will be a lot of obstacles to come, of that I am certain. Like I said, I loved the first book; it was so good to have a strong start to the series... But this second book has nabbed the top spot out of the two for me... Everything about it was just perfect and made sure I could literally not put it down. Which is why I jumped straight onto Amazon after I finished this one and one-clicked the next... It's an addiction and I'm not even sorry...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You have to start this series if you haven't.
Book Two picks up a few months after book one ends (what an ending!!!Read more
I loved this sequel even more than the first (if that was even possible).Read more
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