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The Immortal Crown by Richelle Mead
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Disclosure: I received this book as an ARC.
When the powers at be set the world in motion even Justin March and Mae Koskinen can't keep from being affected. In the second installment of the Age of X series Immortal Crown from Richelle Mead the world where the gods can help or hinder you and it's illegal to openly worship them. Justin March and Mae Koskinen return with their snark filled friendship and working relationship. They are manipulated by the mortal and divine into a mission that is far different than any other they have experienced, when they are assigned to go to Arcadia. Arcadia is the regional neighbor with a far different take on the involvement of the gods. The Arcadians are devout to their god and women are commodities.
I have been a huge fan of Richelle Mead since the Vampire Academy, and it only grew with the Bloodlines series. I really enjoy her descriptive, and colorful language. When describing a character she paints a picture that you can not only see them in your minds eye, but you feel like you know them and how they would react. It is no different with the Age of X series. From conspiracy to the fantastical The Immortal Crown does not disappoint. This series is a bit more adult than the other series and has a more complex story line, if your are looking for a young adult paranormal this is not for you, however it definitely will be enjoyed by any adult paranormal reader.
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