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Book Review: Intuition (The Premonition #2) by Amy A. Bartol
Anyway, he has remembered all his past lives now, since Evie saved him in the first book, so to me that should have matured him a lot, I mean, thousands of years worth of past lives memories should have made him grow up. Ugh – use a different plot Alright so, like the last, this was a good read. I love the idea that angels think and behave differently. I’ll not give it 5 stars just because of Reed. And she usually just does more harm than good because instead of just protecting her they have to extract her from a dangerous situation.
So I shall stick it out to the end, as is my wont. He’s quite a character.
I thought NOOOOO please don’t make me sit through a whole book of Russell talking in his weird twang and obsessing over Evie and plotting how batrol will take her from Reed.
Fans of Hush, Hush, Existence, and Twilight. But, Intuiiton really did not like being in his head Oh My God!! He is so annoying and always getting in the way!! Print edition must be purchased new and sold by Amazon. How he would savor my surrender. I truly can’t say enough good things about this book, but I will be recommending it to all my friends who love YA Fiction.
Evie’s time with the Gancanagh was really unsettling, though, and it was painful to see a character I love so much go through so much torture; especially knowing that somewhere out there Reed was suffering just as much. Not the best “angel” book, but not the worst. I was raised in the South. Again, I love me some Buns and Brownie.
Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? That was freaking awesome no other words will describe! Bartol gave the entire middle third of the book to Russell to narrate.
Its like false advertisment. I’m not sure when the next book will be out. View all 5 comments. I would have given a higher rating if the author could have restrained herself during the dialogue of the heroine and her boyfriend. Books by Amy A. Or should she go away with Russell and expect that nothing is going to happen to her new family? But this book is as good as the first one. It’s noble, I’d think long and hard about it but I’d feel like I can save them by keeping myself alive.
While a part of me can’t help but wish Evie would never feel anything for anyone other than Reed because he deserves her whole heart, her journey makes that impossibility bearable. The actions and choices Evie takes part in will make you feel all kinds of emotions, sorrow, anger, forgiveness and fear. Instead, Evie is given no real choice in entering a binding it feels really forced and unromantic. Jul 06, Marie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Please try again later.
You Do you want a book with angels? She was doin’ it for love, and people do the impossible for love. No wonder, no awe, no memorable “I love you,” no feelings.
Lots o Bartol has potential as a story teller, but oh. She would rather chose death, and almost did, in order amt to be turned into a Gancanagh.
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My tears are blinding me. Jan 06, Suike rated it really liked it. I have to resist. It was really an act like a geisha view spoiler [when she persuaded Brennus to kill Alfred by turning him on. Learn more bartoo Kindle MatchBook.
That’s a rather tired plot direction. Evie decides to run away from Reed, because she doesn’t want him to get hurt, although he told her like a itnuition times that he’ll sacrifice himself if anything happens to her!!
Those few chapters down in the copper tunnels had me on the edge of my seat. The next part of the book was fro 4.
Intuition (The Premonition, #2) by Amy A. Bartol
Luckily it wasn’t long. After they get away and everything, new trouble is in the air! Dear lord, that part was too much, too much of everything, too much descriptions, jealousy, repeating the story and so on. He reminded me of that character in twilight that was part of the Volturi that no one ever notices because they are too preoccupied with Edward.