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by Linda Poitevin
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MargaretBolingMullin
MargaretBolingMullin rated it 5 years ago
1/20/14 ** When I read this a year-and-a-half ago, I just commented that it was "grittier." Don't know if I was still stunned by the ending or if I didn't have time to think about my comments.Poitevin's world building is phenomenal - consider, what could happen if a Son of God rejects his destiny? ...
Rabid Reading
Rabid Reading rated it 5 years ago
I'm a hardcore urban fantasy fan. It's hands down my favorite genre. I love the action, the drama, the magic, the variety of supernatural races, the strong characters, and of course the complicated romances that always seem to be under some sort of fire. So it goes without saying that when I stumble...
Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it 5 years ago
Linda Poitevin has done it again. She has managed to bring us another amazing book in the The Grigori Legacy. Sins of the Son is way darker than Sins of the Angels. There are some pretty tough issues that are dealt with in this book.Alex goes against all her instincts that tell her to leave the He...
Now patriciar
Now patriciar rated it 6 years ago
Read excerpt here. I really, really want to read that one right now. :'D
Books and Things
Books and Things rated it 6 years ago
Although I did have a few problems in the first book, this book still had some of those same problems for me. Not much was clarified. However, I have to say, I didn't bug me like it did in the last book. In fact, it didn't bother me at all. It might be because we deal more with the "real" world than...
Book Reviews by Lynn
Book Reviews by Lynn rated it 6 years ago
Review 6******This is the second book in The Grigori Legacy by Linda Poitevin. Second books are usually judged extremely harshly, because they have to live up to the first book, but I think the author doesn't have to worry on this count. This book is just as exciting and pulse-pounding as Sins of th...
Mike Mullin, Author
Mike Mullin, Author rated it 6 years ago
I picked this book up last night for a little bedtime reading, got sucked in, and wound up finishing after midnight. So I was tired for my three school visits today. Damn you, Poitevin! Seriously, it's that good. Even more engrossing than her debut, Sins of the Angels.
Read Fragment
Read Fragment rated it 6 years ago
Couldn't make it more than a few chapters, the dynamic between fantasy and religion was distracting and odd. I may have been missing out on prior plot setting (as I hadn't read anything else by this author), but my curiosity isn't piqued.
Romancing the Dark Side
Romancing the Dark Side rated it 7 years ago
My Initial Reaction: Left me speechless and heartbroken!An emotional thrill ride that left me in awe!In Sins of the Angels, homicide detective Alexandra Jarvis had her life turned upside down when she learned of the existence of fallen angels on earth and of her true identity, she's Nephilim, half a...
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Bryan Thomas Schmidt rated it 7 years ago
A strong sophomore effort with good storytelling and pacing only marred by the introduction quickly of so many new characters that it takes a while to connect this time around. As a result, this book does not serve well as an entry way to the series and really requires SINS OF THE ANGELS be read fir...
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