Emma's world is falling apart, and Kade, the only one who seems to hold her together, is missing. With death lingering right outside their door, decisions must be made before it's too late.
The Midway has refused to send help, so they are left to seek out the only other who can stop Lucian. A perilous quest sends Emma and a few Guardians into the Underworld, where the unimaginable abide, to beseech the Prince of Darkness himself. Lucifer. Now, they must endure the deadly levels of Hell, which not one - mortal or immortal - has ever survived. Prepare for love, loss, and the unexpected.
©2013 Cameo Renae (P)2015 Audible Inc.
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"Still a great story"
I like the second installment of this series. There is a lot of struggle in this one, but I am still hooked.
I don't know... Having this as the first, I may not..
Yes. Indeed. I was okay with the half angel/human thing,but now...
The beginning of the book was crazy captivating.. I wish it was followed through with
It does and I won't read it... I thought it would be a good purchase, so I purchased book one and two... I didn't even get through the first...
Eh.. Disappointed, I wish I could get my money back for this..
"through the pit of hell"
The author leads us through the levels of hell to ask Lucifer for his help to fight against Lucien, who is killing the Nephillim. When Emma and Samuel finally make it to Lucifer's living quarters, they meet Lucifer's son, Ethan, with whom Emma bonds. According to prophesy, she must chose a side....light or dark....
"Not as good as the first"
Emma is awfully whinge-y even when she is accomplishing something. A lot of thoughts and angst when actions could portray it better, in my opinion.
"Cliché. Sucked. Didn't finish. Returned."
The author was FAR too old to voice a 17 yo girl and didn't bother to differentiate between character voices enough to matter. Save your credit!
I couldn't figure out if the writing was just so bad that the narrator couldn't revive it or if the Narrator was just so annoying that she ruined the book...either way it was really irritating and I can't understand why it has so many good reviews!
The story itself was good...in the hands of a better author, it could have been amazing.
My first reaction is to say absolutely not! But...maybe, just as an experiment...maybe she wouldn't be so annoying reading a well written book.
I would cut back all her silly swooning at the most idiotic times...it's so random, her life can be in mortal danger and she's talking about how cute some guy is? WTF?
I had to force myself to finish listening to this book, it's TERRIBLY written and while I gave the second book a chance i'm not sure if I'll be able to make myself read the third.
"Book 2 was better than book 1"
From Cameo Renae yes, not a fan of Jones
The way the story line intertwines with mortal and immortality. A 17 yr old girl being portrayed as what would appear to be a 13yr old
Yes, there's more to the story
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