Eve of Destruction (Marked Series #2)

Eve of Destruction (Marked Series #2)

by Sylvia Day, S. J. Day
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Eve of Destruction (Marked Series #2) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
ImriFatone More than 1 year ago
Reading is very difficult for me I have dyslexia and it takes me six months to a year to read a book usually. But Eve of Destruction I read in three days which surprised me and my son. They story was very engaging and Kept my interest. Although some of the concepts are inaccurate biblically the story and characters are great and I would highly recommend the marked series. S.J. Day has a way of telling a story that you think you know the people in the story by the time you finish. If I could create a story as wonderful as she does I would be blessed thank you S.J. Day for sharing with us your talents.
Andreat78 More than 1 year ago
This book. THIS BOOK. I thought Eve of Destruction was going to kill me. The story picks up soon after Eve of Darkness ends, and did not quit surprising me and holding me on the edge until the very end. I was a little worried at the beginning of Eve of Destruction. Second books in a series, particularly Urban Fantasy, sometimes feel a bit lacking to me. The world has been established. The characters have been formed. It's time to get to business. I did not feel let down at all in this installment of the Marked series. Eve has survived her first few weeks of being a Mark; now she must train. Her training sends her off to a "boot camp", where she is under the guidance of her Archangel. Training doesn't go as planned, at all. In fact, things are going to hell, in the literal sense. Marks are dying, in a supposedly safe environment, and Eve needs to figure out who is behind the carnage, or she will be next. What's worse is that her guys, Cain and Abel, aren't there to save her now. Cain and Abel. These two... man, I can't even believe how much I like these guys. They have been at odds since the beginning, and I love the way the antagonize one another. In the last book, I couldn't decide which guy I liked the best, but I think I'm totally Team Alec Cain. He is so sexy and fun and I honestly believe he is so in love with Eve. As for Reed Abel, I do like him, too. I think there's a lot more going on with him than I originally thought, though we don't get much from his point of view. Despite being the "good" brother, he is definitely a little rough(er) around the edges when it comes to Eve. And though she wants to be with Cain, she is without a doubt drawn to Abel and his wicked ways. The chemistry between Eve and the brothers is intense. And deliciously complicated. She loves one, but is drawn to both. I was a little sad that Eve of Destruction had fewer steamy moments (no judging me), but I did love what few moments I got. Eve of Destruction had a HUGE plot twist that I did not think would come until further down the road. I was completely blindsided, and I felt majorly distraught. But, I have to say, that it was well played by Day, because I am dying, DYING for Eve of Chaos. That book will be a drop everything and read for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cant wait for the next book! Just couldnt put it down
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a small amber grey she. - she walked in with her brother looking around. <br> VenomLeap - the brown grey dull large tom walke in meowing loudly 'May we join.'
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omyBD More than 1 year ago
loved all 3 books
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MWanderer More than 1 year ago
Eve is very busy in this second novel in the series. She is undergoing her training as a Mark but, the training becomes more real than Cain or Abel like or want. There is a lot more character development. There is also a lot of intrigue. Some readers may not be comfortable with the idea that the guardian angels aren't as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside. Somehow it seems that Earth's petty problems rise up into the heaven's. What I particularly liked is that none of the author's solutions to the characters' dilemmas seemed contrived or fabricated, they were a natural extension of knowledge and logic. In other words they were internally consistent. (See my review on the first novel for the recommended reading.)
Kankles More than 1 year ago
The second book in the Marked series has Eve changing from the fledgling Mark she was to a full Mark. She has to face infurnals she has already killed and the fact that Alec has changed as well. With Alec out of her life who will she turn to? All three books in the series so far have been wonderful, but this one would have to be the one where Eve has the second biggest change in her life after initially getting Marked.