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.

Author: Yoshura Samuzilkree
Country: Austria
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Politics
Published (Last): 16 April 2010
Pages: 485
PDF File Size: 8.14 Mb
ePub File Size: 2.16 Mb
ISBN: 407-8-61050-324-4
Downloads: 61897
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Vulkis

Before they would always banter and argue with each other, trying to assert their rcown dominance in their own ways, but now they compliment each other a lot. I also enjoy learning the world with her. Clarissa is one of the instructors with an idea.

But both of them are chosen by two different gods that are not willing to let them go. Enoch Campbell is the president.

Interview: Richelle Mead, author of ‘The Immortal Crown’

Maybe it’s because one of my immorrtal cities is the capital, but I digress. If it keeps going the way it has been, this series is going to be fantastic.

I’m so, so happy mimortal it feels like I’ve swallowed starlight and it’s going to burst out of me any second because damn it that book was awesome and I can’t wait for more and I will rave about this because it deserves a shit immortaal of raving.


I completely agree; the world building in this series is fantastic! View all 20 comments. Gods want to come back and they use special people in order to succeed.

When all along, all you had to was surrender to the god who wants you. Still, even though I loved her when she made the right call, her running around with that reporter was sooo boring. I’m riveted and must read the next book. So far, from what I’ve noted, we have these gods so far: Instead, it hinted at more gods and goddesses without confirmation or enough detail.

She flawlessly weaves together a story in which seemingly isolated incidents, casual interactions, and what appear to be coincidences are anything but. Find out more at www. Welcome back to HEA, Richelle! If you were any candy which one would you be? But it doesn’t go with the first cover, at all, and that infuriates me. Immortal Crown started out in a dull note, I reassured myself it would pick up eventually. Men are allowed to marry more than one woman, but women cannot. There was still a lot of room for improvement though when it came to the world and the various story arcs.

There is a romance element that adds some tension and this component is what personally kept me invested. The title is what the gods seem to be striving for, The Immortal Crown.


Richelle Mead – The Immortal Crown – Paperback

And boy, did Justin and Mae earn it! Not only is this new goddess dangling an irresistible bribe, she’s paving the cown to achieve Mae’s secret desire. Also, that end was thought provoking. In addition, I was in constant rage throughout most of the book. The reader gets to see Mae vulnerable. If you find our site useful, please consider supporting us by donating a coffee! Lists with This Book.

Mead loves to include in her books which results in readers going into a frenzy? Unfortunately, we don’t learn anything about more about Leo or Dominic, or about the drugged praetorian Mae injured. meda

Chewy Sweetarts — do they still make those? Hardcoverpages.

Immortal Crown is one of my highly anticipated books ofwith a heavy heart I’m going to tell you this book is disappointing. Arcadia is not a place that I would ever want to live in, but it made for a fascinating story. Is there immrotal going to be a next book?