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White Heart of Justice (A Noon Onyx Novel) Mass Market Paperback – May 27, 2014
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“A original and clever urban fantasy…Excitement and action leap from the pages as Archer’s skill with description pulls readers fully into her magical world.”—Publishers Weekly
“An astounding adventure tale. Archer’s unique world, where Lucifer’s army triumphed at Armageddon, is filled with adherence to strict laws that keep an uneasy peace between races…A really fresh and fascinating series!”—RT Book Reviews
“Spectacular.”—Faith Hunter, USA Today bestselling author
“[A] coming of age/New Adult set in a dark world where demons have won…A lively and engaging fantasy which twisted some elements in a refreshing way.”—Book Pushers
“Archer has created a dark world that will grab your attention from the very start.”—The Reading Café
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I like Jill Archer's writing style. But I don't like being reminded every other page of something that happened only two chapters ago.
I know I often complain about writers quoting events that happened previously (in another book) you don't actually remember because… Let's face it… Books are only a part of your life (yeah, it breaks my heart too).
But, I want Jean M. Aurel and Jill Archer to listen carefully : I am not a six-year-old. I remember what happened three pages ago. So telling me over and over that Rafe is going to protect her so Noon feels safe GETS ON MY NERVES.
What else ? Oh, I know !
When you spend at least two hundred pages being told they are going to Tartarus… Please, make the Tartarus part of the book longer than the "I'm going there but it's hard" part. Or else you get the reader annoyed because, the reader (in this case, me) doesn't get what was so hard about Tartarus and why so many people died before. Really, I don't think Tartarus would have been a challenge without the two antagonists that belonged to New Babylon.
Finally, the connection between Ari and Rafe… Am I reading a soap opera ?
Still, the character development is coherent. Noon has become tougher and I like it. I can't wait to see what Peter will do. But the love story is starting to bug me. I love the society, but with all the demons roaming free, you'd think we'd see one at least more that once in the book.
I couldn't put this book down. In White Heart, Noon joins a race for which the winner will be granted the opportunity to choose his or her own destiny as a maegester. As such, Noon is given a near impossible task to retrieve an ancient sword said to have been created by Metatron himself. White Heart shows us a deeper view into Noon's family as well as further exploring her connection to Rafe.
This series keeps getting better and better. I cannot wait for the next installment!
Captivating. Enthralling. Filled with action. Ms. Archer has created a unique world filled with vivid characters and interesting scenarios based on the premise that Armageddon came 2000 years ago, and Lucifer's army won. But the world Archer created is not what you'd automatically assume it to be. I absolutely love the world she's created and adore her characters.
I finished the three books of this series in only five days because I could not put it down. It has taken two months to write the reviews for this series because the story and characters stayed with me. I wanted to wait to see if my feeling about the story would change with time. Was the series really that good? But here it is two months later, and I still miss the characters and the world. When is book four coming out? LOL!
I'm not usually a fan of first person because most authors can't write it well. Jill Archer is one of the few who writes it great! She is going to be my "go to" example when talking with new authors wanting to write first person.
This series reminds me a bit of Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy series except with demons and angels instead of vampires and damphirs and graduate school instead of high school. Also has a bit of a Chicagoland Vampires (Chloe Neill's series) feel to it.
I highly recommend this book and series. Can't wait to see what's next, where the series goes from here.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The whole series to this point is well written, not just the standard outline, but a few great surprises. love the characters and how they are developed. Read morePublished 12 months ago by L Hall
I have read all Three and I'm looking forward to the fourth. She created a unique world based on religious stories of Armageddon. I also enjoyed the quotes in Latin.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not as hard to read as the second book. There where some inconsistencies but they are minor and don't detract from the overall stories. Looking forward to the next one.Published 20 months ago by Kenneth Robert Fee III
This one is the best so far! WOW! I am still a little devastated, but of some happenings, but I can’t wait to see where we go from here. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Maghon Thomas
I absolutely love Jill Archer and her writing. I do. I received the very first Noon Onyx book (Dark Light of Day) by a friend who thought it would be a good match for me – oh boy,... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sabina Bundgaard
Noon is finally embracing her powers and won the right to compete in the prestigious race which will gain her the respect of her peers but the right to control her future, but once... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Evampire