Publish date: November 21st 2013
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 439
Edition language: English
Series: Penryn & the End of Days (#2)
This book suffers from a mild case of Second Book Syndrome. The first act hasn't got much of a plot beyond "everyone tries not to die while they process the ramifications of what happened in book one." When the plot does show up, it's remarkably similar to Angelfall's plot: Penryn searches for her...
I like this book better than the first book in the series. It shows how strong Penryn is and how much she loves her family no matter what happens. One of my favorite things in this series is how slow the romance is. Most YA books out there contain couples that fall in love at first sight, but thi...
Spoiler Rating: High My favorite DOCTOR Katie, First of all: *congratulatory doctoral confetti!* There will be celebrating, and it will beintense. So I’d gushed to you about Angelfall a while ago, and I’ve finally gotten my grabby hands on the sequel, World After. I was expecting great things ...
Second Book SyndromeThat's how I feel right now. In World After, the sequel toAngelfall, we once again meet Penryn and how she's trying to survive. She's reunited with her family, but Raffe is gone. The sequel picks up where the first installment left off, with Penryn back with the Resistance. But t...
You did it again Ms. Ee…. Bravo!!! To be honest it took me a few pages (again) to get into the whole story but..but..but..after that, I was spell bounded. I read this in less than 24 hours. Thank god I decided to read this sequel on a holiday, so I just spent my whole day curled up or lying on my ...
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