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Untouchable Darkness (The Dark Ones Saga Book 2) Kindle Edition
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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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What I loved: The world building that Rachel did in this book. I loved to see the complexities of the fantasy world start to come up. It was nice to see the struggle to co-exist with the human world for all the immortals and the sacrifices made to see truce between all beings.
I also loved learning more of Cassius's backstory. Learning what makes him tick and the struggles he had for centuries. I also loved learning about Sariel and how his actions has set everything in motion. In fact, my favorite relationship was Sariel and Cassius and hope this father/son bonding can continue throughout the series.
The second half of the book set up the possible war for the fate of humans and Immortals alike. Sariel's actions centuries earlier, created a fallen angel hell bent on plunging the world into darkness. I am excited to see this storyline play out and how it impacts Alex and Mason.
Overall a good read and set's up nicely for next book in the series.
Cassius has given up his immortality to save Stephanie and has been granted 30 days to get her to fall in love with him as a human. Cassius’s past comes back to haunt him and makes things between him and Stephanie even more complicated – if that’s even possible once Stephanie’s true identity is publicized. The chemistry between the two is off the charts and once they’re together things really heat up!
I’m not a fan, at all, of flashbacks but I did like the way the author does them in this book, it was necessary for the full understanding of the story and they’re short enough that you’re not just skimming through trying to get back to the “meat” of the book. I love that each book in this series not only focuses on the two main characters but you also get more than just a glimpse of the other characters, they’re all living together in one house so we got to see a lot of the main characters from the previous book as well as characters from future books. This is a super fast paced book – I couldn’t put it down! Can’t wait for the next book in the series!
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The world building was somewhat better, largely because the basic foundation was laid down in the last book, but I struggled with how Cassius could have been the last of his sons living, when as an Angel was wasn't supposed to be reproducing - I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how the other son that Ethan killed in the last book was created - and also, where did all the other Dark Ones that are referenced come from? I'm off to read the next one, largely because Alex is my character.