Publish date: 2010
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
I’m grateful my friends told me to stick with this series, because I definitely liked this book better than Fallen. There was still a lot of teen angst, which I guess you have to expect from a book like this, but the story was more believable, which I appreciated. With all the stuff that’s going o...
First half was a solid 3 and later a solid 5. Gotta be fair. Though I really loved that ending! How am I supposed to take breaks with endings like these?I'm proud of my Team in this one!! :DI'd do a full review but I'm going to jump into the next book ASAP.
Oh geez . . . where do I begin with this book??????????????? I was barely in the prologue, the PROLOGUE mind you, and I could already tell whether or not I would like this book. *sigh* Well I decided to pull through and finish it. Maybe it could change my mind and at least hit a two, possibly a th...
I hoped for so much with this book and got rather little in return. Luce is still rather lukewarm personality wise, there's nothing to her, one minute she's pining over Daniel the next she's raging because he's still keeping secrets. And Daniels just as broody as ever. Speaking of, for someone who i...
Torment did an excellent job of reminding me exactly why I didn't enjoy Fallen. I wonder why. I also wonder what I was thinking when I decided to pick up Torment. I was unknowingly walking head first into a physical sort of "torment." Anyway, enough of that. I'll have a full review posted in a few d...
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