The Demon's Covenant
Mae Crawford has always thought of herself as in control, but in the last few weeks her life has changed. Her younger brother Jamie suddenly has magical powers, and she’s even more unsettled when she realizes that Gerald, the new leader of the Obsidian Circle, is trying to persuade Jamie to join... show more
Mae Crawford has always thought of herself as in control, but in the last few weeks her life has changed. Her younger brother Jamie suddenly has magical powers, and she’s even more unsettled when she realizes that Gerald, the new leader of the Obsidian Circle, is trying to persuade Jamie to join the magicians. Even worse…Jamie hasn’t told Mae a thing about any of it. Mae turns to brothers Nick and Alan to help her rescue Jamie, but they are in danger from Gerald themselves because he wants to steal Nick’s powers. Will Mae be able to find a way to save everyone she cares about from the power-hungry magician’s carefully laid trap?
Publish date: May 3rd 2011
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: The Demon's Lexicon (#2)
I am just so happy.So happy.I pretty much knew I would love this series. I did. But I had no idea what I was in store for.NONE. And I think that's a good thing. It means that expectations were met-and exceeded. I think it's pretty crazy that I was kinda spoiled for a few things(Thanks, sister!) and ...
So much better than the first book, I guess I prefer Mae's perspective to Nick's...
I liked this book, but there was less of a focus on the first book's greatest strength — Nick and Alan's relationship. When I found out that this book was from Mae's point of view, I was unsure how much I'd enjoy it. She was my least favorite character from the first book, and I had several problems...
This review was written by Camille Morales, guest reviewer with the Fantasy Book Addict.The Demon’s Covenant by Sarah Rees Brennan was, to me, a better read than the first one in her Demon’s Lexicon series. It was told from a different perspective, giving the reader insight to the life of Mae, a cha...
I never realized I had a thing for teisted demons with no feelings whatsoever :/Review to come.