Endless Knight (Arcana Chronicles Series #2)

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In this seductive follow-up to Poison Princess, #1 New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole takes us deeper into the dark world of the Arcana Chronicles.

Shocking secrets

Evie has fully come into her powers as the Tarot Empress, and Jack was there to see it all. She now knows that the teens who’ve been reincarnated as the Tarot are in the throes of an epic battle. It’s ...

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Overview

In this seductive follow-up to Poison Princess, #1 New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole takes us deeper into the dark world of the Arcana Chronicles.

Shocking secrets

Evie has fully come into her powers as the Tarot Empress, and Jack was there to see it all. She now knows that the teens who’ve been reincarnated as the Tarot are in the throes of an epic battle. It’s kill or be killed, and the future of mankind hangs in the balance.

Unexpected allies

With threats lurking around every corner, Evie is forced to trust her newfound alliance. Together they must fight not only other Arcana, but also Bagmen zombies, post-apocalyptic storms, and cannibals.

Gut-wrenching treachery

When Evie meets Death, things get even more complicated. Though falling for Jack, she’s drawn to the dangerous Endless Knight as well. Somehow the Empress and Death share a history, one that Evie can’t remember—but Death can’t forget…

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
PRAISE FOR POISON PRINCESS

“An electrifying mix of page-turning, post-apocalyptic adventure and sizzling romance. The Arcana Chronicles will blow you away!”

“The prose crackles with energy and interest, the content is on target in terms of current demand, and this could be the next Twilight.”

“My brain is near exploding with how crazy good this story was… An exceptionally well written plot that will have you turning pages and sticking up a ‘do not disturb’ sign. You won’t want to be interrupted. Especially when Jackson has his smexi Cajun mojo in full swing.”

“Holy Mother of YA Goodness…did Kresley Cole write a book! I’m still getting the chills thinking about this ‘Poison Princess!’… Jack Deveaux, [is] a swoon-worthy character if ever there was one.”

“Kresley Cole knows how to capture an audience because I was gone from page one.”

Booklist
"A juicy cliff-hanger ending will amp up their appetites for further tarot-based adventures."
novelsontherun.blogspot.com
“My brain is near exploding with how crazy good this story was… An exceptionally well written plot that will have you turning pages and sticking up a ‘do not disturb’ sign. You won’t want to be interrupted. Especially when Jackson has his smexi Cajun mojo in full swing.”
parajunkee.com
“Holy Mother of YA Goodness…did Kresley Cole write a book! I’m still getting the chills thinking about this ‘Poison Princess!’… Jack Deveaux, [is] a swoon-worthy character if ever there was one.”
mynotsovacantshelf.blogspot.com
“Kresley Cole knows how to capture an audience because I was gone from page one.”
P.C. Cast
PRAISE FOR POISON PRINCESS

“An electrifying mix of page-turning, post-apocalyptic adventure and sizzling romance. The Arcana Chronicles will blow you away!”

Booklist
“The prose crackles with energy and interest, the content is on target in terms of current demand, and this could be the next Twilight.”
novelsontherun.blogspot.com
“My brain is near exploding with how crazy good this story was… An exceptionally well written plot that will have you turning pages and sticking up a ‘do not disturb’ sign. You won’t want to be interrupted. Especially when Jackson has his smexi Cajun mojo in full swing.”
parajunkee.com
“Holy Mother of YA Goodness…did Kresley Cole write a book! I’m still getting the chills thinking about this ‘Poison Princess!’… Jack Deveaux, [is] a swoon-worthy character if ever there was one.”
mynotsovacantshelf.blogspot.com
“Kresley Cole knows how to capture an audience because I was gone from page one.”
P.C. Cast
PRAISE FOR POISON PRINCESS

“An electrifying mix of page-turning, post-apocalyptic adventure and sizzling romance. The Arcana Chronicles will blow you away!”

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442436671
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers
  • Publication date: 10/1/2013
  • Series: Arcana Chronicles Series , #2
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 57,472
  • Age range: 14 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 5.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Kresley Cole

Kresley Cole is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of electrifying Immortals After Dark paranormal series, the young adult Arcana Chronicles series, the erotic Gamemakers series, and five award-winning historical romances. Her books have been translated into many foreign languages, garnered three RITA awards, and consistently appear on the bestseller lists in the US and abroad. Visit her at KresleyCole.com and TheArcanaChronicles.com.

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Endless Knight


  • 1

DAY 246 A.F.

REQUIEM, TENNESSEE

FOOTHILLS OF THE SMOKY MOUNTAINS

This is what I truly am. . . .

Jackson stumbled back from me, making the sign of the cross. Just as I once predicted.

With that one gesture, he has broken my heart utterly.

—And yet I could not be prouder, Empress— seductive Death whispered in my mind.

I heard him so clearly; he must be close. I had nothing left to lose, no reason to live in fear of him. Watch your six, Reaper, I’m on the hunt.

A rasping chuckle. —Your Death awaits.—

I started laughing, and I couldn’t stop.

Jackson paled even more. I hoped he would desert me now and take the other three with him, out of my reach.

Because otherwise, the Empress might just kill them all—

Moisture tracked down my face. A tear?

Rain.

As Jackson and I stared at each other, drops began to fall between us.

My laughter died when I saw him clutching my hair ribbon so tightly that his battered knuckles were white—as if by holding on to it, he could hold on to the sweet girl he thought he’d known.

She was gone, replaced by the Empress, still tensed to fight, standing in a puddle of the Alchemist’s remains. As my reddened hair streamed over my cheeks, I felt my face twisting into an expression I’d never made before. One of menace.

I was half-surprised Jackson hadn’t drawn on me, but his deadly crossbow was still slung over his shoulder.

Along with the ominous drizzle, fog began rolling into this ghost town, obscuring everything, but I spied movement out of the corner of my eye. I dragged my gaze away from Jackson to the rest of our ragtag group, three other Arcana like myself.

Selena, Matthew, and Finn.

It was Selena I focused on. She’d removed her bow from her back and was now slipping an arrow from her thigh quiver.

I raised my brows with surprise. I supposed the Archer had finally gotten tired of waiting to kill us.

When she nocked that arrow, the whirling thorn tornado above me tightened. The little vine by my face straightened in her direction, a viper poised to strike.

“So that’s how it’s going to be, Archer?” My voice was raw from screaming in pain. I sounded like a movie villainess. I felt like one too. There’s a heat in battle—just as Matthew had told me. “Do we do this now?” Exhaustion was setting in as my body regenerated. Though the Alchemist’s acid grenades had eaten away part of my clothes—and skin—I still had some fight left in me.

But for how long?

“Whoa, ladies, what’s going down here?” Finn asked in his SoCal surfer accent. “Selena, why in the hell are you drawing on Evie?”

Matthew murmured, “The Moon rises. The Moon sets.”

Selena ignored both boys. “I don’t want to hurt you, Evie,” she said, even as she aimed at me. Her flawless skin glowed, tinged with red like a hunter’s moon. Her long hair streamed around her face, silvery blond, the color of moonlight. “But I will protect myself until you rein this back in.”

“I’ve remembered what we’re meant to do, Selena.” Kill each other. “Give me one reason why I shouldn’t end you right now.” I waved to the two huge oaks I’d revived earlier. Behind her, the ground rumbled as their roots snaked closer, readying to drag her into the earth.

My soldiers awaiting my order. It would be a horrific way to go.

“You need me,” she said. “You and I—along with some other cards—will ally to kill Death. He’s too strong for any one of us to take out alone. We work together until we defeat him. Then all bets are off.”

“And if I say no?”

She drew back on her bowstring.

The glyphs winding along my skin burned brighter with aggression. “Shoot me, Selena. I want you to. I’ll just regenerate, and I’ll bury you.” Big talk, considering I was weakening by the second. My soldiers as well.

Selena chanced a glance over her shoulder. “We don’t have time for this right now! Bagmen are coming, more than I’ve ever seen together.” No night after the apocalypse was complete without those bloodthirsty zombies. “But J.D.”—she jerked her chin at Jackson—“and I only have a few arrows between us. We had to steal a jeep from that militia to get here. Let’s just say they didn’t give it up easily.”

I could hear the Bagmen’s bloodcurdling wails somewhere out in the night. Like counting seconds between a lightning strike and thunder, I figured they were some distance away.

But it also sounded like tons of them.

“On top of that, other cards have been on our trail for a day,” Selena continued. “By now they know you offed an Arcana—the Alchemist’s death will draw them here. Soon.”

Jackson gazed back and forth between me and Selena. Fifteen minutes ago, he’d thought we were two somewhat normal girls—or as normal as we could be A.F., after the Flash.

Now we were talking about killing each other, killing a card named Death. While a thorn tornado swirled above us. Not to mention that Jackson had seen the Alchemist’s remains, and knew I’d ripped a teenager to pieces.

Selena eased up a fraction on her bowstring. “We need to call a truce for the night and get as far away as possible.”

“A truce—there we go, good idea!” Finn said. “Let’s get on the road and talk this out. Evie, tell me you have my truck.”

“Out of gas.”

“Shit. Ours, too. Looks like we’re on foot.”

No reaction from Jackson. He looked both stunned and whipped with fatigue. Eyes bloodshot. Stubble covering his rugged jaw.

The heat of battle was ebbing; I no longer had to stifle the overwhelming urge to annihilate the other Arcana. Maybe it had flared hotter because I’d denied my Empress nature for so long.

Selena would be an idiot to take me out while Death lived. Was an alliance possible? I needed time to think about everything, to consider my options. “Truce,” I agreed. “For tonight.”

She popped her arrow off the string, sliding it into her quiver with one fluid movement. I couldn’t help but roll my eyes. Such a show-off.

Without that threat, I began reining in my powers. As my claws morphed into regular pink nails, I directed my tornado of thorns to drop to the street. The barbs plummeted like a swarm of bees dying in unison. On my left forearm, a skin glyph of three thorns shimmered from gold to green before dimming.

I pressed a farewell kiss to the caressing vine. When its length seeped into the skin of my right arm as if submerging underwater, a winding vine glyph glowed, then faded. My red, leaf-strewn hair lightened back to blond. I knew my eyes were changing from green to my normal blue.

Jackson, ever watchful, studied my movements, my reactions. Warily, as he might a wild animal. I didn’t blame him. I would be losing my mind to see this stuff for the first time.

And actually, I had lost my mind when I’d first seen these things through Matthew’s visions.

Tonight Jackson had learned the world wasn’t at all what he’d thought it was. Right now, he looked like he wanted to be anywhere but here.

But if he feared me—or us—then why hadn’t he left?

I was about to ask him when a wave of dizziness and chills hit me, regeneration sapping the last of my strength. The drops of rain were sparse but enough to dampen my hair and uncovered skin. As I limped to go find my jacket, I wondered if I would have time to harvest the life out of the oaks.

I could sink my claws into their bark and suck them dry, like mainlining energy. But it took time. One bad thing about using trees as weapons? After the Flash, I had to load them with my own life force, my blood.

Another bad thing? You couldn’t take them with you.

The others followed me inside, skirting the puddle of remains. Not really “inside,” I thought, gazing at the surreal scene.

Though the house was split in two, its exterior walls and roof collapsed, parts of the parlor were untouched. Doilies clung to tables. The fire lingered in the standing hearth.

This house was like me. We’d started out the day one way, and now we were both damaged beyond repair. But a part of me remains the same. I hope.

Jackson’s gaze flickered over the dribbled burn marks on the floor. Acid had eaten away areas in the same scatter-patter array that marked my blistered legs. The wood was pocked around two perfect footprints, like twin islands.

When he looked at my healing skin, I knew he was putting together what had happened to me here. Surely he’d understand why I’d had to do what I did.

My eyes fell on Arthur’s recorder, still sitting atop an end table, now dotted with raindrops. A tape of my life’s story lay within. It’d clicked off just before he’d threatened to carve up my face with a scalpel. . . .

Matthew crossed to me, grinning down at me from his towering height, big brown eyes so trusting. “I missed Evie. The Empress is my friend.”

The flare of aggression I’d felt while in full Empress mode had faded almost to nothing. Had I really believed that I might harm the others? I was ashamed of my thoughts.

Of course I’d never hurt Matthew. Which meant I’d never play this game.

He raised his ruddy face to the sky, catching drizzle. We’d gone eight months without rain; Matthew had predicted all bad things would come with it.

One threat at a time. “We need to find shelter, sweetheart. Preferably one with a standing roof and no body parts scattered around.” Wincing at the pain in my legs, I asked, “Do I have enough time to drain energy from the oaks?”

Just as Matthew answered, “No,” Finn yelled, “Bagmen!”

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    Oh My Empress!! Oh Jack! Oh Death!! <3 This book is wild, ac

    Oh My Empress!! Oh Jack! Oh Death!! &lt;3

    This book is wild, action packed, a bit exotic and filled with a hot and steamy love triangle. *sigh* That's everything a girl could dream of in a book.

    Endless Knight starts off exactly where Poison Princess left off. Evie has just discovered her full power potential and defeated the arcana card The Hermit, who was a nasty, utterly evil and foul man who tortured and experimented on young women. Jack, the rugged and wildly sexy Cajun, along with the rest of the crew, Matthew &quot;Matto&quot; the Fool, Finn the Magician and Selena the Moon have just located Evie and are amazed and stunned by the sight they come upon, Evie in full out Empress mode. All too soon, they set off to continue their arduous journey in search of Evie's grandmother. Along the way they will endure many hardships including hordes of bagmen, armies of cannibals, and several other powerful Arcana cards, including Death himself. Evie will discover that her and Death have quite the history! And what of her and Jack? Their relationship is filled with many highs and lows, but when Evie finds out that Jacks been keeping devastating secrets from her will she be able to forgive him? ;)

    I am so in love with this book and this series. It is beautiful and complicated and has just the right balance of page turning action and unbelievably seductive romance. By the time I finished reading Poison Princess I was head over heels for sexy Cajun Jack but upon reading Endless Knight I find myself torn between Jack and Death. Death, you are the ultimate bad boy and your history makes it impossible not to sympathize with your loneliness and troubled heart. He would be so easy to love!

    All the characters are extremely well developed and you feel for each and every single one of them. The imagery is quite stunning and Kresley Cole's words make it so easy to slip into this Apocalyptic decrepit wasteland and takes you beyond the imaginable! I simply cannot wait to get my hands on the next installment, but until then I will definitely be enjoying rereads of Poison Princess and Endless Knight and keep submerging myself into this wicked love triangle.

    I am a long time fan and follower of Kresley Cole, and I especially love the Immortals After Dark series. Cole knows exactly how to deliver paranormal romance and keep you addicted! :D

    15 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2013

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    Endless Knight surpassed my expectations. Kresley is an INCREDIB

    Endless Knight surpassed my expectations. Kresley is an INCREDIBLE author and have to say my absolute favorite!!! I started reading her immortal after dark series and couldn't wait for the arcana chronicles. I give Endless a 5 star for all its depth. Reading the other reviews I could not agree more about Deaths sex appeal but I'm a sucker for that Cajun ;) YOU MUST READ THIS BOOK. Not a page goes by without being captivated in this second installment for the Arcana Chronicles. Kresley PLEASE write book 3 quickly I need to find out what happens to my new fictional friends!!!!!!!!!!

    &lt;3.x.&lt;3.x.&lt;3.x.&lt;3.x.&lt;3

    8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    I couldn' put this book down and stayed up all night to finish!

    I couldn' put this book down and stayed up all night to finish!  Team Death!

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2013

    Best series ever!

    First of all, Kresley Cole is a brilliant author and this book series is outstanding. Endless Knight starts off where Poison Princess ended. I have fallen in love with these characters, especially Jack.... and to my suprise even Death. So many suprises and now there are even more layers to the story. Only a few issues - The books are way too small & the wait in between the books is sooooo long I want to pull my hair out. The book cover on Poison Princess is exactly how I pictured Evie & JD BUT The cover to Endless Knight was off or something -- maybe its just me or is that a different Evie? -- ??? Anyone else think this series should definetly be a movie? Summing this up... You need to read these books ASAP you actually should already be in the car driving to get the book cause your Death awaits...

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2013

    Amazing book

    I finished the book in one day because i just couldn't put it down. The book is amazing. I loved the surprises in this book. Definitely some twists in the plot. My only complaint is that I have to wait for book #3 to see what happens next.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 2, 2013

    OMG!!! i couldnt stop turning that page! i absolutely loved it!!

    OMG!!! i couldnt stop turning that page! i absolutely loved it!!! Kresley Cole you did it again! How you can make Death look so tempting!
    Oh Evie is going to have a lot of decision making to due between the roguish and spicy Cajun (Jack) or the seductive and powerful Death.
    The ending completely blew my mind! I loved the way Cole developed her characters, I like Evie more in this book then in the first because 
    her fierceness shows more and she is becoming more of a leader. The twist and turns of this story just leave me wanting for more! I can't
    wait until the next book comes out!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2014

    Oh. My. Gosh. Just finished this book. Could it have ended on anymore of a cliff hanger?

    Cole weaved a wonderful, original story (which it seems is near impossible anymore). The character development was awesome. The first book was amazing, and somehow she made this one even better. Usually sequals are weighed down with a love triangle. Not this one, I did't know weather to love or hate death, love or loathe Jack.
    I don't know how I'll sleep till the third book is released.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2013

    ...

    I read a ton of series, that being said this one is in my top 3. This story line can go so many different ways, its an agonizing wait. KC is one of the best! Team death all the way....

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 21, 2013

    SOOO GOOD AND HAWT >3< I really hope Kresley chooses ARIC

    SOOO GOOD AND HAWT &gt;3&lt;
    I really hope Kresley chooses ARIC (death) I would be so heart broken if Evie decides to go to jack and stay with him. Jack had done her wrong and I always felt that something was off between evie and jack although I feel so excited when evie is with Death (Aric) Please please please have evie end with aric(death) they would be the best match. She seems happy whenever. Dang this book is so good can't wait for the 3rd book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 3, 2013

    So you could tell there was going to be a "love triangle.&q

    So you could tell there was going to be a &quot;love triangle.&quot;  I thought there was no way Death could win any points in my 
    book, Jack is just such a great male character.  I really like him.  But, I was wrong.  I now really really like the Death
    character too.  Ahhh.  A true love triangle that is going to be sweet torture to read.  
    And that is only one aspect of this great series!  This storyline has many layers. many fresh and interesting characters.
    I am a huge Kresley Cole fan!  You do not have to be a &quot;young adult&quot; to enjoy this series.  
    I love it.  I can't wait for the next book.  I hope there are many more to come. 

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    Even better than the first...

    Pretty much read it straight through. Cole has outdone herself again. Nail biting ending that will make you scream for another page. Its going to be a long year waiting for the next book...

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

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    And what an adventure it is. If you haven't read [[ASIN:B007EDYR

    And what an adventure it is. If you haven't read [[ASIN:B007EDYRTQ Poison Princess (The Arcana Chronicles)]] let me give you a little back story - the world has been turned into a post-apocalyptic battlefield after &quot;The Flash&quot;. No vegetation - the ground is ash with few survivors. A game has started - 22 kids with supernatural powers are battling to survive and there can be only one winner. They are not only fighting each other, there is real evil out there - bagmen (zombies), cannibals and cutthroat bands of militia.

    At the end of Poison Princess when we left Evie and her gang of misfit toys which includes her hot Cajun Jackson, she had gone all Evil Empress. Sure Evie killed the Alchemist, but he was a really bad guy. Evie's getting some respect. Navigating this post-apocalyptic world is making this sixteen about to be seventeen-year old grow up fast. But Jackson is being so cold to her she's afraid this new and improved Evie is making him want out. But she's got other things to worry about - cannibals, bagmen and Death, oh my. But once Jackson decides Evie is his, she's his. And just when Evie and Jackson catch a break, bam! they're fighting for their lives. We meet some really scary new Arcana who make the ones in the first book seem tame. We get a lot more of Death, whose name we find out is Aric, in Endless Knight. Evie knows there is a connection between her and Death. How can she be attracted to someone who apparently wants to kill her? It's getting more complicated, now Evie has two hot guys wanting her. I'm both afraid and anxious for the next book.



    I'm loving every minute of this journey Evie and the gang are on. Kresley Cole takes us on quite a wild ride. I love her writing style - action, suspense and humor all in the mix as well as drawing in the reader from page one. She's so good at that as we've seen in her other series, Immortals After Dark.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2014

    Absolutely Gorgeous Imagery

    Oh and the game is on. Such a chase for the past and answers. This was a great read. Very fast paced. Now it's a waiting game for the next piece of the puzzle.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2013

    THIS MIGHT BE MY FAVORITE BOOK EVER!

    THIS MIGHT BE MY FAVORITE BOOK EVER!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2013

    Amazing

    This book did not disappoint. I can't get over the ending!! This has the book I've been dying to read and I told myself I wouln't tear through this one like I did PP and make it last longer but kImade it one night; I am seriously considering re-reading them both right now. Hands down one of my all time favorite series and I can count those on one hand.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2013

    Great

    Didn't like this as much as the first, drug on too slowly at times...a lot of times. The sex was better though and can't wait for book 3.
    Brynn S

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2013

    Awwwwsssoooommmme!!!!!!!!!!!

    Cant wait for the next love Evie and Jackson

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2013

    Have not received this book but paid for it

    It would be nice to receive this book

    1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 26, 2013

    This book was pretty epic! I couldn't stop reading it! There was

    This book was pretty epic! I couldn't stop reading it! There was a lot of suspense and romance (and it was steamy!) You must read this series! These are great for people who like the post apocalyptic books! READ IT!  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2013

    Do Not Miss Out!

    I stayed up all night reading this. It was amazing. I have re-read it thrice becausr it is that good. The anger, tension and passion between Evie and the Death is incredibly written. Death is beyond sexy. And the bombshell that is dropped is wonderfully shocking. I can not wait for the next book. For those who had issues keeping track of the characters check out the Arcana website to view the cards, characters and their stats. I jotted characters down on the inside cover of the book I was reading for easy reference. Believe me it is well worth it!

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