DarksoulsAna has always been the only one. Asunder. Apart. But after Templedark, when many residents of Heart were lost forever, some hold Ana responsible for the darksouls—and the newsouls who may be born in their place.ShadowsMany are afraid of Ana's presence, a constant reminder of unstoppable... show more
DarksoulsAna has always been the only one. Asunder. Apart. But after Templedark, when many residents of Heart were lost forever, some hold Ana responsible for the darksouls—and the newsouls who may be born in their place.ShadowsMany are afraid of Ana's presence, a constant reminder of unstoppable changes. When sylph begin behaving differently toward her and people turn violent, Ana must learn to stand up not only for herself but for those who cannot stand up for themselves.LoveAna was told that nosouls can't love. But newsouls? More than anything, she wants to live and love as an equal among the citizens of Heart, but even when Sam professes his deepest feelings, it seems impossible to overcome a lifetime of rejection.In the second book of Jodi Meadows's Incarnate trilogy, Ana discovers the truth about reincarnation and will have to find a way to embrace love and make her young life meaningful. asunder explores the beauty and shadowed depths of the soul in a story equal parts epic romance and captivating fantasy.
Publish date: January 29th 2013
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Pages no: 406
Edition language: English
Series: Newsoul (#2)
To be perfectly honest, I read this book rather grudgingly. Although I was intrigued by the first novel in the trilogy, Incarnate, I was in a bit of a hurry to get through this so that I could get to some other things on my to-read list. That said, this book was a brilliant sequel in a world filled ...
I really loved this book, more than the previous one, although I gave it the same rating. In some sense it stayed the same, mostly, but in some sense there was more confidence and depth to the story, I felt. Sam and Ana have the rare kind of relationship in YA that I actually feel is sincere and not...
I can't decide if I like this book more or less then the first. I think I like them the same amount, but for different reasons.Incarnate had a sense of the new and interesting. What is this world? Why is Ana around? That sort of thing. A sense of discovery. Asunder is really a continuation of that e...
Incarnate was hands down the most unique book I read last year. It had dragons, fantastical equivalents to iPhone's (the SED), music, reincarnation, music, a mysterious higher power, a masquerade ball, music, and a to-die-for hot guy. Seriously, you can’t get any cooler than that. And while I had a ...
4.5 StarsI think Asunder was even better than Incarnate, though I still have some irritation with whiny/angsty Ana. I think her reactions and emotions are understandable, again, just frustrating most of the time.The rest of the book, especially the ending, wow! I can't wait for Sam's novella, and th...