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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The twists and turns of this book was absolutely fantastic!
The Immortal Crown
Anything mead writes is gold. Gameboard of the Gods introduced religious investigator Justin March and Mae Koskinen, the beautiful supersoldier assigned to protect him.
Divinia is its capital city; in pre-Cain days, it was known as Montgomery. The story was more developed. That is, unless Justin figures out a way to make something worth-plot-wise of Daphne anytime soon, she was a freaking rock in the book. Oct 25, Kaitlin rated it really liked it Shelves: I especially found myself really pulled in by the crows of Odins dialog.
She is clearly gifted in media, and can reach a large audience. Though they can surely handle it. I can completely get on board with the comparisons to some middle eastern countries.
Sincethe website currently has compiled over recaps for over series. Mae with her strong, direct military bearing and lovely patrician features certainly stood out and not always in a good way, but Justin was a fish out richelke water as well with his practical, straightforward, dare I say a little tactless at times, way of thinking.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. If anything she makes each setting more and more interesting, and I can’t wait to see what other parts of this fictional world have in store for us. PLOT Now, the plot here is very special. It is disappointing to see the lack of faith a human will place in their matron or patron god. I have so many questions in my head, but surprisingly, Immortao am in no hurry to know all about it instantly. Her role on the mission to Arcadia was amazing, as was her rescue mission of the Gemman girls.
It was so heavy handed and over the top. I never feel like she ends a book solely to shock you or create a gimmick to make you buy her next book. Mae successfully fought off the last dark goddess who wanted her. Age of X EA is Eastern Alliance, Europe. My only beef is that it never seems to rain in this world.
I like the fact that Justin is a little unconventional and irreverent. And Dark Swan while pretty awesome on the whole had maybe the worst ending of any series that has ever been written ever mear basically devolved into me hating the main character with a passion. The appearance of a god I love to read about! Notify me of new posts by email.
Of course, I immortaal excited to see how strong-willed Mae was going to handle being put in that submissive position.
Mae and Justin has to fight with enemies, gods and themselves in order to keep going and they start feeling like pawns. Those are my favorite. The Gods This is no doubt one of the most interesting and intriguing aspect of the book: This book is recommended to those who enjoy not so subtle cultural commentary and fickle mortals in the hands of an angry god.
The Immortal Crown (Age of X, #2) by Richelle Mead
Her experience is clear from the structure of this novel and its flawless pacing. Together they have been charged with investigating reports of the supernatural and the return of the gods, both inside the Republic of United North America and out.
I was also thinking that it seemed like the South back in the old, bad times before slavery was outlawed. Thank you to Edelweiss and Dutton Adult for a review copy of this book. Mae and Justin receive about equal time in this book railing at their patron med matron god. How cool would that be?
This was somewhat of a cliffhanger, and I was torn up by the concluding events and how things were left. With book two, I was able to relax a bit.
Instead, it hinted at more gods and goddesses without confirmation or enough detail. The One by Kiera Cass, which I already own and will be reading next. It also shows the fickleness of both gods and cfown.
Book Review: Richelle Mead’s The Immortal Crown – KD Did It Edits
For years now, Richelle Mead has been one of the most reliable authors on my list. A reader needs to pay attention to even a minor character to catch what may unfold. Richelle Mead has said that the series won’t be a trilogy, …more Book 3 might never be released because unfortunately, there isn’t much of a market for it. Is up to you, Mae.
The reader gets to see Mae vulnerable. Maybe it was the drastic turn the religious observations took from general to immortzl. They were shunned away, and since then, civilization has progressed to greater heights, and nobody believed in them ever again. Cynthia is his sister.