(The Weir Chronicles, #2)
What rating would you give it?
4.5 of 5 Stars
Give us a summary.
(Taken from Goodreads)
Ian Black’s commitment to safeguarding Earth has come at a price. His career as an illusionist is at a standstill and attending to the planet’s needs has distanced him from his best friend, his guardians, and the woman he loves. When presented with an opportunity to perform, Ian seizes the chance. But moments before he takes the stage, Ian encounters the mysterious Jaered and a rebel force fighting to protect Earth alongside the Weir.
Jaered is determined to stop a malevolent Weir from releasing a drug capable of wiping out the last vestiges of their race and plunging Earth into self-destruction. But when Jaered is willing to sacrifice an innocent child to obtain the drug for himself, Ian risks everything to uncover the secrets of the rebel forces and their true intentions for Earth’s survival.
What did you think of the book?
What an explosive adventure! And that ending! ASDFGHJKLLJJGFCJFUFUFYDTVJVFD HOLY CRAP! That ending was a serious eye-opener!
This coming from a first-time reader to the series, I am definitely hooked! My biggest concern while reading this was that I wouldn’t understand what was going on (after all, I was missing the events of a whole book!), but thankfully that didn’t seem to be the case. The story definitely seems to pick up right where the previous one ended, but that’s still okay, because the story read as though you walked into a crime scene, not knowing what happened, but your job is to figure it out as you go along.(Which was fantastic, by the way!!!!)
My number one question while reading this was, “Who the HELL is EVE???” And wouldn’tcha know it? My question gets revealed [HIGHLIGHT FOR SPOILER]on the VERY LAST FRIGGIN PAGE OF THE BOOK! [/END SPOILER] (How could you do that to me, Sue?? Hooooow?????) I don’t know if I’m upset or just simply mindblown from the revelation.
Note on the semantics of the book: writing, characters, plot, world-building, delivery, and finer stylistic elements all soooo well done. I was thoroughly enjoying every minute of it. ❤ ❤ ❤ I love when para-worlds, alternate dimensions, and all that jazz come together in a believable and seamless way. Really makes my day — and this book delivers on every note. I can only imagine how good the first book must be to get a sequel like this!
I’m going to try my hardest to get my hands on the first book and be on the lookout for the upcoming 3rd book in 2016!
Does it count towards any reading challenges?
Yup! A whole bunch. xD
- 2015 GoodReads Reading Challenge
- You Read How Many Books?
- 52 Books in 52 Weeks
- Read A Million Pages
- 105 Reading Challenge (1, 4, 5: YELLOW, 6, 9, 10)
- 2015 New To You Reading Challenge (New Series & New Author To Me)
- Ethereal 2015 (Understanding & talking to animals who act as spirit/animal guides)
Would you recommend this book?
I’d highly recommend this book, even if I haven’t read any others in the series, to just about anyone who loves a good Sci-fi esque, fantasy, dystopian-esque, secret-war-going-on-behind-the-human’s-backs-and-right-under-their-noses sort of book.
Reviewed by AMS (amomentsilence)
|Publisher: CrossWinds Publishing
Publication Date: April 2015
Format: eBook, RvC
Genre & Themes: Sci-fi, Fantasy, Dystopian,
Secret War Going On Behind Your Back N Right
Under Your Nose, Dysfunctional Families,
|Age: Young Adult
Reviewer: AMS (amomentsilence)
Source: Provided through Roger Charlie services in
exchange for an honest review.
Challenge: 2015 Good Reads Reading Challenge (56),
52 Books in 52 Weeks, You Read How Many Books?,
Read A Million Pages, 105 Reading Challenge,
2015 New To You Reading Challenge, Ethereal 2015
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