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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Oct 25, Kaitlin rated it really liked it Shelves: I do like Justin, but Mae is simply awesome.
Also, she is willing to crow the right thing no matter how dangerous the situation is and that is something that I admire. How do I know?
A promising first book immoratl a projected series. Mead is threading into a bigger picture. 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 immortql and the rest of the world is almost barbaric.
First, you have these amazing main characters with their backgrounds and their personal complications and their dealings in a post-apocalyptic world which I can actually see cdown because of how the world is at the moment regarding religion. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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This was a great read. Her role on the mission to Arcadia was amazing, as was her rescue mission of the Gemman girls.
Refresh and try again. As far as the world-building goes, the most development takes place in Arcardia.
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Mae wants to bring her niece back and when she learns what her niece will suffer if she’s not saved, Mae will do anything to save her. An elect has the potential to be a powerful servant for the gods. I found that I had to read this book very carefully. I just want to savor each moment as I continue to learn more about them and their roles in a continuously evolving society.
When I got to the last page I turned to the first and started again, thinking this is why I read. Also, that end was thought provoking.
In this book, Justin and Mae are going to Arcadia. She was meant to be tough and strong but her desperation made her look like a weak loser. You can see the following review also here: We get Loki, and I’m really excited about this.
Please read this series, even if for that one god alone. That’s who I am. Jun 21, Camila, the opinionated Catruler marked it as to-read. View all 11 comments.
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.
She spouts more warnings about Elect attacking Elect and future wars among the gods, and then dies. I loved seeing jealous Justin.
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Not only are the gods vying for human control, but the elect—special humans marked by the divine—are turning against richellle another in bloody fashion. Thank you for supporting the mea site for book series recaps, and we hope you continue to find it a useful resource!
The steam is there, and the underlying chemistry is just as hot as these two have a lot to figure out. It’s supposed to feel unnatural, as “religion” and “science fiction” are pretty much the exact opposites of each other, but Mead was able to weave both concepts in a single story in a brilliant manner.