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by Fiona Paul
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Khanh the Killjoy
Khanh the Killjoy rated it 7 years ago
An open letter to all the nice guys in literature: Dear "nice guys," On behalf of women everywhere (or at least the rational, normal, not-stupid ones), I apologize for this book. By "nice guys," I don't mean guys who slap the label on themselves haphazardly in order to absolve the fact that they ...
wrigglynn
wrigglynn rated it 8 years ago
Wished the first three quarters of the book was like the last 100 pages.
Love.Life.Read
Love.Life.Read rated it 8 years ago
OMG--I LOVE this title!! I am looking forward to the third title...review coming shortly
Traveling Through Pages
Traveling Through Pages rated it 8 years ago
Loved this!! It's a really great sequel, and I thoroughly enjoyed jumping back into the renaissance Italy setting. It was just as creepy and mysterious as the first book, if not more so! I loved the plot developments involving the Order of the Eternal Rose, it definitely kept me guessing. I liked ho...
Read and Reviewed
Read and Reviewed rated it 8 years ago
I want to state up-front that Belladonna is probably the most difficult book I've ever tried to review. The truth is that my feelings while reading this book were literally all over the place: I was frustrated, caught up, annoyed, cheering, sad, tense, and anxious pretty much constantly (and my Good...
jenryland
jenryland rated it 8 years ago
I enjoyed Venom, the first book in this series. If, like me, your memory is a little fuzzy, Belladonna also does an excellent job of recapping the action in Venom. For me, these books are all about the setting. I was excited that Belladonna moved the story action from Venice to Florence. Though I d...
The Starry-Eyed Revue
The Starry-Eyed Revue rated it 8 years ago
Much like it's predecessor, Belladonna got off to a bit of a slow start for me. But knowing that the author takes her time building the story, trying to catch her stride, I knew that I'd get to the middle and practically be unable to stop reading. And that's exactly what happened.Fiona Paul has do...
Turner's Antics
Turner's Antics rated it 8 years ago
Phew, what a read, another fantastic instalment of the Secrets of the Eternal Rose series. This secret society seems to be getting even more intriguing and mysterious with each book and I cannot wait for Starling. I loved Venom and loved Belladonna even more. Ms Paul’s writing style is fantastic, so...
Sparkles and Lightning
Sparkles and Lightning rated it 8 years ago
*****FINAL RATING: 4.65 STARS*****CATCHALLI am a huge, huge fan of Venom. Everybody knows that, because I literally Never. Shut. Up. About it. Which is fine by some of you. It probably annoys others of you, but you love me anyway. It was a fantastic, wonderful book, and in my humble opinion Belladon...
Adventures of a Book Junkie
Adventures of a Book Junkie rated it 8 years ago
4.5 stars Belladonna brings us a Cass who is much stronger, but still delightfully obstinate. The major difference between Belladonna and Venom is the setting [Florence instead of Venice]. It didn't seem to be the lush setting of Venom. However, Fiona didn't disappoint with the second book. She brou...
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