The Immortal Crown is the second novel in the acclaimed Age of X series from New York Times bestselling author, Richelle Mead. Religious. Book Review: Richelle Mead’s The Immortal Crown. Posted August 15, by Kathy Davie in. I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest. Buy The Immortal Crown: Age Of X Book 2 from Dymocks online BookStore. Find latest reader reviews and much more at Dymocks.
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Charlie Reading to the Stars and Back. I like the hero and heroine to earn that freaking kiss. Immortal Crown started out in a dull note, I reassured myself it would pick up eventually. And that is also what Justin is trying not to become, but his lovely raven sidekicks are only too happy to keep reminding him of Odin’s request.
But after that one and the last Bloodlines book, I doubt I’ll read any other future series by Mead.
It’s the kind of book that will keep your brain pretty active as you try to remember the what, who, why, how, and when’s of this world and its characters. Specifically, one could easily look to the Middle East to see where Ms. Pittsfield is the pimp. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. But they work together well, naturally in sync, and having a connection where they trust each other implicitly.
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Also, that end was thought provoking. Returning character Lucian, the crafty senator, sure pulled a fast one on Mae and Justin in convincing them to travel to Arcadia. You’ll have to read it to see. I am completely baffled that apparently some people didn’t like the first book. Is there even going to be a next book?
Even though I’m not loving this series, I’ll be reading the next book since it’s the final one and I’m curious to see how it ends. I’ve never seen or read a stronger or more independent woman in fiction who’s such in control of her feelings and actions.
I loved how you get the gist of the greater and grander richell of things involving these gods, but there is still an air of mystery around and about them, a mystery that I relish with each and every gradual revelation. The ending ended in a cliffh This was a great read. It kept me on my toes at all times, making me guess if something explosive or controversial will come out of this or that.
Also, she is willing to do the right thing no matter how dangerous the situation is and that is something that I admire. Mead is threading into a bigger immoratl. The author managed to create a very unique world-building with complicated social structure and a world that is, basically, consisted of two areas that are rich and advanced in technology and the im,ortal of the world is almost barbaric.
His feelings for her were superficial at best but as usual we’re meant to just believe in the so called hero’s love when there’s been no evidence of it. Her relationship with this new deity is much different from the Morrigan and I think it will be amazing when we see everything played out.
Anything mead writes is gold. Find out more at www. Oh my beautiful amazing Mae, you are going to be okay.
Also quite current again, in times of Handmaid’s Tale. I looked up some of the gods mentioned in this series, and one of the abilities ascribed to this newest god is troubling.
However, it’s not a complete surprise, if they were already R.
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This is quite apparent as Mae and Justin are now the pawns of other supernatural entity. Gameboard of the Gods introduced religious investigator Justin March and Mae Koskinen, the beautiful supersoldier assigned to protect him. I can completely get on board with the comparisons to some middle eastern countries. Arcadia is as backwards as backwards can get. I very much enjoy the two main characters: She also leaves the story in a terrific reveal and cliffhanger.
View all 37 comments. Justin and Mae were more interesting in this book, which I was actually really happy about.
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Richelle Mead has said that the series won’t be a trilogy, so there should be at least a fourth book. With everything going on, it’s sure to keep all sorts of readers on their toes. It sadly falls to the Sequel Syndrome. I especially found myself really pulled in by the crows of Odins dialog. I love her so much. Especially when the same gods are playing a game, or rather a war, amongst each other, and in order to strengthen themselves, they need believers. He’s knee deep involved in stuff to foreign, even for Justin, so I’ll be watching you, Senator Darling.
A reader needs to pay attention to even a minor character to catch what may unfold. That son of a bitch.
This new one is giving her something she desperately wants. She’s got it in this one Jessie Potts, also known as Book Taster, adores books in all forms. Tessa is currently enrolled in another school, and is participating in a news internship. I loved that Mae let her wards crumble in order to focus on what was important her niece, for instance. I would have never seen it coming from Richelle Mead meaf Frostbite, The Golden Lily are brilliant sequels that solidify my love for her series.
Only what she deserves. And not only these gods are now in the game and all them have their own agenda. It just sizzles like whoa.