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by Shana Abe
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Reading Teen
Reading Teen rated it 7 years ago
Naked. Naked Naked Naked. Ironically, what comes to mind first when I think of this book is that two of the main characters seemed to be naked all the time. At least, when they weren’t dragons. And it wasn’t like they were having sex, either. They just happened to get used to be naked, because switc...
Book Drunk Sloth
Book Drunk Sloth rated it 7 years ago
This was a good sequel. As an adult reading a YA novel though, everything was very short. I fell in love with Armand in the previous book and my heart just hurt for his pain in this book. Jesse had been just too perfect in the previous book. Lora and Armand's adventure was very exciting. I can't wai...
Emily S
Emily S rated it 7 years ago
*Many thanks to Bantam and NetGalley for allowing early access to this title*If you're looking for an absolutely gorgeous book, look no further than The Deepest Night. It's a stunning follow up to The Sweetest Dark, which I loved almost more than words. We're back in Lora and Armand's world, smack i...
Bows & Bullets Book Blog
Bows & Bullets Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
Eleanore Jones has always been different and she finally knows why. It is because she is a dragon. Seriously people, it is because she can transform into a dragon. While she is still devastated by Jesse’s untimely death, she tries to carry on with her life at Iverson’s, the boarding school she at...
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 7 years ago
*Genre* Historical Fantasy*Rating* 3.5-4*My Thoughts*The Deepest Night has been sitting on my Kindle for awhile now in an effort to get caught up on my reading. Now that I think about it, I should have probably read this book immediately after finishing The Sweetest Dark so that things were fresh in...
Books and Whimsy
Books and Whimsy rated it 7 years ago
After finishing The Deepest Night and thinking about where it went wrong for me, I think it goes back to my post about when your tastes in books change. I read The Sweetest Dark about a year ago and loved it, but with The Deepest Night? To be honest, I skimmed a lot of it.Maybe it’s because someth...
Books and Things
Books and Things rated it 7 years ago
The book starts out with thoughts from our Jesse and then leads into the the life of Lora and how she is dealing with what happened in the book past. We do get some recap which helps those of us who feel like they have been too long without this world to get caught up. I don't think it is done for t...
Falling For YA
Falling For YA rated it 7 years ago
The Sweetest Dark took me by surprise earlier this year with just how much I enjoyed it. When I saw a copy of The Deepest Night available on Netgalley I jumped at the chance to read the sequel. I expected to enjoy this book just as much as the first, and while I did enjoy it there was just that some...
Read Fragment
Read Fragment rated it 7 years ago
As much as I loved THE SWEETEST DARK, this seuqel has effortlessly surpassed it. A strengthening heroine, a tender love story, and daring midnight flights over wartorn Europe... love, danger, magic... everything I could have hoped for in a story.While THE SWEETEST DARK had to establish Eleanora's m...
On Starships and Dragonwings
On Starships and Dragonwings rated it 7 years ago
The Deepest Night by Shana Abé is the second in The Sweetest Dark trilogy, so there may be spoilers for the first book! I’ve been really loving this series so far, and The Deepest Night did not disappoint. The emphasis was more on the war than the magic, since we have already found out a lot about t...
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