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Book Review: The Demon's Surrender by Sarah Rees Brennan |
Nick the character that has forever changed my opinion on urban fantasy. Nick the character that has given me so much hope for my own book because he is proof that this kind of character can be done. I can't even begin to tell you my love for this character. I had no idea if i liked him or not.
The Demon’s Surrender, by Sarah Rees Brennan
But, let me tell you this. The plot of this book was just perfect. Everything led up to an ending that left me in a whimpering, moaning, giggling, fangirling mess of a girl. I nearly want to give it I think i will.
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I honestly was blown away by this book. I can honestly say that this is one of my new favourite books. The wordplay was witty and ingenious, the battles were spectacular, the character dynamics were beautiful. I just loved every little bit of it. I try to keep the big reveal a secret, but, proceed with caution if you have not read the first book.
I disliked the character of Mae in the first book - I found her little annoying. I know she was driven by her love for her brother, but she also accosted strangers and then practically threw herself at them and it seemed a little off. I was hoping I would gain insight into her character and thus, love her more, but that was not the case here and so the book dragged on for me. Quite an accomplishment. The Obsidian Circle and Gerald are back with the threat of a new mark that makes them even more powerful. Other familiar characters are back as well and we see a lot more interaction and relationship between Jaime, Mae and Annabel.
It seemed as though things were happening, but the plot was not moving forward. The ending, however, made up for what the middle lacked.
Action-packed and with several heartwarming moments, I thought it was well executed. I kept thinking that Sarah was going to pull the rug out from under us - especially after the first book - and she did!
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