The Immortal Crown is the second novel in the acclaimed Age of X series from New York Times bestselling author, Richelle Mead. Religious. Book Review: Richelle Mead’s The Immortal Crown. Posted August 15, by Kathy Davie in. I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest. Buy The Immortal Crown: Age Of X Book 2 from Dymocks online BookStore. Find latest reader reviews and much more at Dymocks.
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I digress, maybe I just like the image. Wow, that was so easy. It’s part fantasy, part mythology, part dystopia, part paranormal, and part mystery You can even throw all kinds of crap in their happy, little path.
In this society women are treated as “hot commodity” and their religion have a massive impact and influence on their government. And that’s what the Elects are for – to bring more followers to their gods. It was so heavy handed and over the top. Donna is a follower of Tezcatlipoca.
A country run as a theocracy can be dangerous when the god they worship is petty, malevolent and finds human servants just as vile. While Justin still richelpe the inevitable, Mae is just starting to be drawn into the fold. Since there is a shortage of women to marry in this country, they are often kidnapped to be sold to the highest bidder once they reach of age.
Men immoral allowed to marry more than one woman, but women cannot. Age of X Mae had the worst time in this book on so many levels. The title is what the gods seem to be striving for, The Immortal Crown.
A very well done book but I would recommend reading book one first. Ricehlle movie you saw in theaters? Justin and Mae were more interesting in this book, which I was actually really happy about. Vampire Academybelieve it or not. Thank you to Edelweiss and Dutton Adult for a review copy of this book.
Book Review: Richelle Mead’s The Immortal Crown – KD Did It Edits
Her crisis moments and moments of quiet introspection are timed perfectly. Hardcoverpages. She’s got it in this one There is a romance element that adds some tension and this component is what personally kept me invested.
View all 11 comments. But they work together well, naturally in sync, and having a connection where they trust each other implicitly. I’m actually worried for the implications the war will have in humans, you know.
But overall, I was disappointed by everything… the world, plot and characters though improved still weren’t good enough. Institute for Creative Minds and Experiential Thinking Clarissa is one of the instructors with an idea.
Is there even going to be a next book? Jasper is the second-oldest son and an absolute shit.
Granted, there were times I felt she was too innocent and naive for her own good and in a bad way, toobut I love how she eventually realizes what’s important to her.
I loved how you get the gist of the greater and grander scheme of things involving these gods, but there is still an air of mystery around and about them, a mystery that I relish with each and every gradual revelation. The Setting I don’t know about you folks, but it’s kind of hard to efficiently and effortlessly put gods and different kinds of mythology in a futuristic world that reeks of “Science Fiction” all over, but the author was able to do it not only in the first book but here as well with her intricate storytelling and ways of revealing the grander scheme of things.
Interview: Richelle Mead, author of ‘The Immortal Crown’
Books by Richelle Mead. They im,ortal each other’s backs and pretty much care for one another. Then, she adds in all sorts of magic as well.