Lemniscate [NOOK Book]

Overview

For Teagan, these last few months have been heaven on earth- especially now that Garreth, her boyfriend and guardian angel, is earthbound. But perhaps Garreth is becoming a little more human than either of them expected.
Now, Teagan must realize that her world is once again about to shift, as she questions the faith she held in others against those once considered enemies.
In this continuation of Angel Star, Lemniscate will draw you even deeper...
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Lemniscate

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Overview

For Teagan, these last few months have been heaven on earth- especially now that Garreth, her boyfriend and guardian angel, is earthbound. But perhaps Garreth is becoming a little more human than either of them expected.
Now, Teagan must realize that her world is once again about to shift, as she questions the faith she held in others against those once considered enemies.
In this continuation of Angel Star, Lemniscate will draw you even deeper into the world of dark and light as Teagan realizes the angel who could possibly save them all is the one angel she feared the most.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012311252
  • Publisher: Lands Atlantic Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/21/2011
  • Series: Angel Star , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,185,645
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • File size: 328 KB

Meet the Author

Jennifer Murgia has been writing since she was nine years old. After receiving recognition for her poetry, she went on to use her talents to bring characters to life in fiction novels that are authentic, intriguing, and personal. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband and two children.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2012

    Andi

    Interesting story line enjoyed reading both books : angel star and this one!!

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  • Posted December 13, 2011

    Good sequel to Angel Star

    I enjoyed reading this second installment in the Angel Star series. Unlike the first book, Angel Star, Teagan learned to rely on herself instead of her angel. I loved seeing her strength and resolve grow through this new independence.

    In this second book, Teagan's best friend is Ryan. Tea and Ryan have a lot of fun together. I enjoyed any scene with the two of them. Their banter and relationship was entertaining. I really liked Ryan. He sounded cute and trustworthy and . . . human. I kind of wish sometimes Teagan would hook up with him instead of Garreth. For me, Ryan is the Twilight's Team Jacob equivalent.

    Oh Garreth, you made me angry during this book. I'm not sure if everyone would agree with me, and I don't want to go into details. I believe in forgiveness, but I really think there should have been more of a discussion between him and Teagan over a few of his choices. Those of you who've read the book know what I'm talking about. But hey, no one likes a flawless character.

    A new character, Dr. Nathaniel Dean, was introduced at the end of Angel Star but played a bigger part in Lemniscate. Nate is dating Teagan's mom. Well, I'll let you see what happens with all that when you read it yourself.

    Overall, an entertaining read! I look forward to reading the next book in the series.

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  • Posted October 28, 2011

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    This was definitely a worthy sequel to Angel Star! There were some parts of it that had me very frustrated, and a couple things that made me go "Um, but..." BUT...all in all, it was a very good story that entertained me and kept me very interested.

    Teagan, once again, proved to be an intriguing and strong character. She has to deal with quite a few unexpected things in this story, not least of which is how her angel, now boyfriend, Garreth, is becoming more human. And it's not always a good thing. Having the human experience thrust upon you was probably a big shock to someone who has been a guardian angel for years... so in many ways I could definitely understand why Garreth made some of the choices he did, despite the fact that those choices often irritated and frustrated me. However, it didn't irk me because it was believable.

    When the summary mentions an angel that could possibly saving them all being the one angel they fear... I won't say who it is. Let me just say, yeah... that was a bit of a surprise. At first, I had a little trouble with this one because I was just so surprised that it would happen, but at the same time, I definitely understood it. There was some really good potential for a great love triangle here though, and I feel like the author didn't play with this enough. However, it didn't really detract from the story.

    All in all, I thought this was a really great sequel. The author did a great job keeping me interested and keeping me where I cared about her characters. I'm not sure if there will be a third book, as this one seemed to tie everything up very neatly. However, that's what I thought about Angel Star too, and I was wrong. So maybe we'll get a third installment. Hope so!

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  • Posted March 30, 2011

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    Lemniscate

    Good Book!

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  • Posted March 20, 2011

    Good Vs Evil

    My thoughts... Lemniscate, the second book in the Angel Star series, took an interesting turn. In the first book, I felt very devoted to Garreth. His strength and goodness was like a beacon to Teagan. This book definitely left me second guessing my judgement of his character. He is faced with tough decisions and makes some poor choices that effect the lives of all the characters. Many of the same people play an important role, including the evil Brynn. Teagan discovers more about her fate, as it is tied to Garreth and Hadrian and she must overcome several challenges, some emotional and very personal ones.

    Once again I am impressed with the plot development skills of Jennifer Murgia. The lives of the characters, while full of chaos and confusion, always make perfect sense in the end. I was also impressed with the use of symbolism in the book, another sign of great planning. There was quite a bit of character development in Lemniscate. Readers will also find suspense, mystery, and a bit of a love triangle. I was impressed the strength Teagan showed in the face of evil. She is come a long way since the first book and I look forward to reading her again in future installments.

    Overall, this was a great sequel. If you have not read Angel Star, I definitely recommend starting there. Fans of the series will be entertained and possibly swayed to the dark side.

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  • Posted February 23, 2011

    BookWhisperer Review: Lemniscate

    It had been a little bit since I had the pleasure of reading Angel Star. While I have been eagerly anticipating this next book; I found myself struggling to remember everything from the first heart stopping book. Luckily, Murgia created Lemniscate as an easy crossover that offers reflections on the first book that will allow readers an extra hand in remembering things from the first book. Teagan is still an incredible strong young woman that has found herself in the grips of a war that has been brewing over the centuries. Even more this book offers amazing events that will further pull her into this mysterious world. Although, it seems to ease the transition when you have a handsome mouth watering angel protecting you; that loves you more than the stars. After making the decision to become bound to the human world, Garreth seems to be struggling to blend in. When Teagan pushes him to open up to the world it could just been his undoing, or worse yet a danger to them both.With the dark always on the prowl and drawn to the light of our beloved Teagan; it is only a matter of time until it catches up with this extraordinary character yet again. Lemniscate concludes with what I perceive as a promise about what is to come. I look forward to see what else Murgia has up her sleeve for these characters, and I am anxious to see if this ending is what it appears.

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  • Posted February 22, 2011

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    Review from Blkosiner's Book Blog

    Lemniscate is a wonderful second book in the Angel Star series. The characters have depth, are well developed, and the suspense keeps me turning the pages.
    Teagan learns more about herself, and her purpose, some of which from very unexpected sources. She realizes more about the people she loves and gives voice to some surpressed feelings. That is about all I can say without spoiling anything.
    Garreth is hard to read about in this book. It all ends up having purpose of course, but he made me want to cry or hit something.
    Hadrian is in this book of course and we learn a lot more about him.
    Lemniscate is intriguing front cover until the end page, and continues its message of light and darkness, redemption and second chances, love and all the emotions in between.

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