Publish date: November 21st 2013
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 439
Edition language: English
Series: Penryn & the End of Days (#2)
I read the first book around 5 years ago and loved it. Having read this, I know why it took me 5 years to pick up the sequel. This had a lot to live up to and I was disappointed.I thought the start was slow and it took me a long time to get into this. It did pick up about 2/3 of the way through, but...
Penryn is still dealing with the fact that her mother is unstable, that her sister Paige is messed up by the angels and that Raffe has left her to hunt for his wings and that everything is complicated. The world is messed up, the angels and demons have plans that are going to make things way to mes...
⭐5 stars⭐"I'm gonna be sick," I said"I'm ordering you not to," says Obi."Ah, don't say that," says Dee-Dum. "She's a born rebel. She'll puke just to make a point."P.S.Pooky Bear is love 🖤
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...