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Crescendo - Rachel Haimowitz
Crescendo
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Editorial Reviews:"This is an incredible wonderful fantastic story that is written by a true storyteller who keeps you reading with every word written.... The world building is again fantastic, giving us a wonderful picture of the world they live in.... This is an incredibly woven tale that I... show more
Editorial Reviews:"This is an incredible wonderful fantastic story that is written by a true storyteller who keeps you reading with every word written.... The world building is again fantastic, giving us a wonderful picture of the world they live in.... This is an incredibly woven tale that I couldn't put down and didn't want to end." -- M/M Good Book Reviews"Miss Haimowitz has got it, she has outdone herself in this one when it comes to the writing.... I am not surprised by the awesmazingness that is this book. The bitter hate humans feel towards things they don't understand/fear is captured splendidly. The adventure would make any fan of fantasy happy in their pants, such imagery and passion filled the pages.... This is fantastic read filled with love, anger, hatred and a plot so deeply intricate you will lose yourself in the pages." -- Darien at Pants Off ReviewsBook Description:History made them enemies. Chance made them master and slave. Love overcame it all. But love isn't always enough...Bridging the hatred of centuries did not come easy for Freyrík Farr and Ayden Vaska. As prince of a war-torn human province, Freyrík could ill afford to fall for an enemy. And Ayden, an elven warrior with three hundred years of bitterness in his heart, wanted no part of love--not elven, and especially not human. Yet they came together despite themselves and despite the will of their peoples, joining heart and mind to fight a race of Dark Beasts threatening the extinction of mankind.But the Dark Beast threat pales beside the dangers of the human High Court, home of the Aegis Exalted and the harshest test yet of Ayden's and Freyrík's fledgling love.While Ayden is stripped of his magic, Freyrík is forced to choose between his love for elf, Aegis, and brother, all the while seeking the one uncertain path that might save his doomed race. Time is fast running out for mankind, and only by making peace amongst themselves and with their ancient elven enemies can they end the Dark war--and undo the tragedy that's plagued humans, elves, and Dark Beasts alike for the last three hundred years.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781937058159
Publisher: Storm Moon Press
Pages no: 245
Edition language: English
Series: Song of the Fallen (#2)
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5.0 Review: "Crescendo" (Song of the Fallen, #2) by Rachel Haimowitz
~ 5 STARS ~
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Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it
4.0 Crescendo by Rachel Haimowitz - My Thoughts
I've had this in my TBR pile forever it seems and I wonder why? I loved the first book - Counterpoint - a lot, but for some reason I never got around to reading this one. I shouldn't have waited so long. Why? First off, because I enjoyed it, but secondly, because it follows right on the heels of...
Mammarella
Mammarella rated it
4.0 Crescendo (Song of the Fallen #2) by Rachel Haimowitz
The ending was chopped off, and crudely so. [spoiler] As optimistic as the ending is, I absolutely hated the very last chapter. Way too easy and cheerful and completely out of character for all the human folk in this book. [/spoiler]
Mammarella
Mammarella rated it
4.0 Crescendo
The ending was chopped off, and crudely so. As optimistic as the ending is, I absolutely hated the very last chapter. Way too easy and cheerful and completely out of character for all the human folk in this book.
Xing
Xing rated it
4.0 Crescendo
For most of the book, I would give Crescendo 3.5 stars, but decided to give it a solid 4 stars by the end.Crescendo is a good sequel to Counterpoint, but there were some things I didn't really enjoy. For one, I felt that Ayden is constantly the one to sacrifice more in his relationship with Freyrik....
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