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The Deck of Omens: The Sequel to the Devouring Grey

The Deck of Omens: The Sequel to the Devouring Grey


The Deck of Omens: The Sequel to the Devouring Grey

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4/5 (47 valutazioni)
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11 ore
Pubblicato:
Apr 21, 2020
ISBN:
9781690595366
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descrizione

Although the Beast is seemingly subdued, for now, a new threat looms in Four Paths: a corruption seeping from the Gray into the forest. And with the other Founders preoccupied with their tangled alliances and fraying relationships, only May Hawthorne seems to realize the danger. Saving the town she loves means seeking aid from the person her family despises most—her father.

But he isn't the only newcomer in town—Isaac Sullivan's older brother has also returned, seeking forgiveness for the role he played in Isaac's troubled past. But Isaac isn't ready to let go of his family's history, especially when that history might hold the key that he and Violet Saunders need to destroy the Gray and the monster within it.

Harper Carlisle isn't ready to forgive either. Two devastating betrayals have left her isolated from her family and uncertain whom to trust. As the corruption becomes impossible to ignore, Harper must learn to control her newfound powers in order to protect Four Paths. But the only people who can help her do that are the ones who have hurt her the most.

With the veil between the Gray and the town growing ever thinner, the Founder descendants must put their grievances with one another aside to stop the corruption and kill the Beast once and for all. But maybe the monster they truly need to slay has never been the Beast...

Pubblicato:
Apr 21, 2020
ISBN:
9781690595366
Formato:
Audiolibro


Informazioni sull'autore

Born in New York City but raised around the world, Christine Lynn Herman subscribes to the firm philosophy that home is where her books are. She returned to the United States to study at the University of Rochester, where she received an Honors English degree. Currently, Christine and her books reside in Cambridge, MA, along with her partner and their extremely spoiled cat. You can find her in the nearest forest trying to figure out how to become a tree, or on Twitter and Instagram @christineexists.

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  • (5/5)
    The sequel was just as good as the first one.
  • (5/5)
    This is the 2nd book in a duology series, The Devouring Gray, about a small town in upstate New York and the four (4) founding families fighting against a supernatural/magical being/area to protect the town and its citizens. The books focus on 5 children (teenagers) from the founding families and their fight against the antagonist.

    My review is light on specifics because I do not want to unwittingly way into spoiler territory. This story is a bit fantasy, a bit of romance including a slow burn romance (which I was so here for), enemies to friends, finding your own voice, redemption, reuniting of family and found family with a curvy plot twist or two. I enjoyed the emotional growth and evolution of the main characters. The events of the story happen in a relatively short amount of time and since they are teenagers, we do not see the entire journey but enough to know they are on the right road to continue their healing and growth by the conclusion. There is a nice balance between the main plot and the backstory together with the world building to make a complete story. I LOVED the story, especially the conclusion, which I absolutely adored. It is said the sign of a good book/series is when it ends you want more, well, with this book/series, I want more. This book/series is a great easy enjoyable read with fantastically lovable but flawed characters that you root for to overcome and persevere against the antagonist and their own personal issues. For your reading pleasure, I recommend The Devouring Gray and The Deck of Omens by Christine Lynn Herman.