Publish date: May 2nd 2013
Publisher: Orchard Books
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
Series: Ultraviolet (#2)
Interesting main character but it took me a good while to get into the story.
Quicksilver -- R.J. Anderson Book 2 (final) of Ultraviolet duology This book was good. Very good. I never had any doubts it would be. Even if I still liked Ultraviolet better.Quicksilver was every bit as amazing as I had expected it to be based on how much I loved its predecessor, Ultraviolet....
I put this on my TBR list after learning that its heroine was explicitly stated to be asexual. It was recommended to me again after I wrote in a previous review that I was looking for books with asexual romance in them. The recommendation came with a warning that it would be a good idea to read Ande...
Having read this as an e-book, I didn't get a good look at the cover of this sequel to Ultraviolet, and only just now see that the tagline is "Everything you are is a lie." Which is just as perfect as "Ultraviolet: Everything you believe is wrong." Oh. Wow. This was such a fun book to read. Niki, ...
OH MY GOD I LOVED THIS SO MUCH.The first one was phenomenal and I expected this to be a bit worse, like any other sequel but this BLEW ME AWAY.The plot was amazing. It absorbed me right as the beginning and every day I yearned to read more. Her plan at the end threw me off completely, I only got wha...