Tremble (Celestra, #2)
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Tremble (Celestra #2)

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TREMBLE is the sequel to ETHEREAL (Celestra Series Book 1)

Sixteen year-old, Skyla Messenger is determined to bring back the dead.

For Skyla, being an angel from the coveted Celestra faction hasn't been easy.

An entire band of wicked angels is after her blood, a Sector is after something far more sinister, and her newfound powers lead her on a quest to save her dead father....more
Kindle Edition, 170 pages
Published May 26th 2011 by Addison Moore
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Kimm
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Tanya
Like another reviewer said, this series really is like some weird teen soap opera. It's like a train wreck I can't stop reading. This book was slightly better than the first, but other than an unexplainable fascination I couldn't tell you why I'll be downloading the 3rd book directly after writing this review. The characters in this book are kind of awful. Gage & Logan are probably the better of them all but Gage is kind of pathetic letting Skyla lead him on, Logan has to publicly humiliate...more
Courtney Wells
The second installment of the Celestra series has me eager to continue into the third. One of the things I like most so far about these books is how they keep flowing and progressing in a way that makes me feel like it's a television season. Thus far the books lack an episodic tone but feels more like minor story-arcs that continuously lace the overall premise together.

The characters are consistent but evolving at a respectable pace that reflects not only the small amount of time elapsing throug...more
Kala
I'll start off with what I like about this book. It has a cool cover. I have the kindle version, so the cover doesn't matter, but I still like it.

Now on to the bad:

The writing is very juvenile and the editing is awful. There are so many awkward sentences and misspelled words (rouge instead of rogue, heard instead of herd, etc). One line that is used way too many times throughout these books is "I pulled a face." I don't even know what that means!

I read this book and the third book back to back,...more
Rani
Not much character improvement from the first book. Unless you count Skyla being more selfish and doesn't make any sense is some kind of improvement.
I try to talk myself to like Skyla and understand the reason behind her awful decisions, but no. I can't help it. Skyla is just petty and selfish and think that the world just revolves around her. and only her.
she's with Logan, but at the same time can't resist the urge to be with Gage. As if TWO boys isn't enough. She's going around with Marshall...more
Brob
All I have to say about this book is WOW. I was drawn in from the first page and finished this book in one sitting. Luckily my 1 year old was at the babysitter’s for the day so I could have some mommy time :) The plot to this book builds on the previous book with Skyla trying to survive know that she knows what she is and others are finding out.

There are so many surprises in this book that I simply did not see coming. Addison really outdid herself with this book. I spent half the book in shock a...more
Melissa
This book was better than the first book in this series. The writing was a little bit more polished, and the pacing was a little better. I still felt like the chapters ended a little too abruptly -- not exactly like a cliff-hanger type ending to the chapters that you find in books like The DaVinci Code, but instead as if the chapters abruptly ended without really finishing the story they were telling. I would finish the chapter on edge and then quickly start reading the next chapter, only to fin...more
Ciara
Skyla is one lucky angel who soon discovers is part of an extinct angel species!!! In this sequel to Ethereal, Logan convinces Skyla that it would be better for them to pretend to no longer be involved in order to through of the Sector searching for them to destroy them. This plan forces Skyla to engage in a pretend relationship with Gage, who has never tried to hide his affection for her. Soon she begins to realize that her feelingd for Gage are not so pretend, as the three of them start to rea...more
*Lily's Labyrinth*
Well wow, theres alot to say about Tremble. Right away this book got me frustrated. And it got better near the end. Everything in between was alot of me wanting to slap somebody.

Lets start with Skyla, she just gets me so frustrated, she does things that leave you thinking, is she crazy or just dumb. For example : we know that Logan is pretending to be broken up with her and he starts talking to Carly, or at least we're hoping he's pretending, anyway, Skyla had to go and make a big scene and make...more
Nicole Williams
Tremble was one of those books I couldn't put down. You know, the kind that's so addicting you tear through a few pages while you're waiting at stop lights? It was that good.

Life was complicated enough for Skyla in Ethereal when it was just Logan and Gage fighting for her, but Tremble introduces a third would-be suitor for her, Marshall, the kind of guy dads pray their teenage daughters never come in contact with. I don't want to give away any spoilers, but three guys vying for one girl? That's...more
Megan11
ughhh Logan or Gage....Logan or Gage...or...Marshall?...I love this series so far, however the continuing relationships between Skyla and all 3 guys is making me crazy. I am not a big fan of "I am totally in love with this guy, ohh but I am kinda in love with this guy too, and wait...that other guy might do it for me as well"..PICK ALREADY(atleast go down to 2) I happen to feel the relationship between Skyla and Logan is the most genuine, it was always him from the moment they met and even thoug...more
Kim
I don't know what came over me -whatever it was, I'm thankful for it. I was not going to touch another book from this series after reading Ethereal, even though I had bought 1 - 3 based solely on the positive reviews. It's been some time since I read Ethereal, but as I recall, I found Skyla an intolerable character I wasn't keen on spending more time with. Ever. But...for whatever reason, Tremble was calling out to me... I have to say, this time I had an entirely enjoyable reading experience. Th...more
Angi
This is just getting worse. It makes no sense why any of this is happening. I don't think I'm going to make it through this series.

I really dislike the main character Skyla. She is rude, selfish, impulsive, violent, hateful, obtuse, refuses to listen to any smart advice, constantly makes stupid choices and never thinks anything through. How is it a good idea to time travel without knowing how to return, what the ramifications are and still try to change the past? Stupid. How many times will you...more
Virginia Cope
Three stars is pushing it. I feel very torn with this series. I am very much interested in this new supernatural type plot with the whole caste system of angels etc but I feel like it could be written so much better. A normal narrative has a protagonist that usually has at least some endearing qualities in which you can overlook the glaringly atrocious characteristics. Not so much with Skyla. I want to like her. I want to feel bad for her father and her past...I JUST CANT!!! The whole love trian...more
Genie
No, No, No!!!!! I gotta know more! Ok, I absolutely loved this book, I just hate reading books when the series isn't finished. Very enjoyable books, Addison is a talented writer and I can't wait to read more :-D
Emily Kelly
1am and I've just completed this book. I can confirm this book is better than the first. However, skyla is still a slut. Persoanlly ,I think she should be with Gage. I don't care if she is in love with Logan, Gage is clearly the better choice. That might just be because I fancy Gage a little but, what can you do. The overall plot is still good, but again the writing style, and the author's intentions, is just all over the place. One minute skyla is doing this, the next she's in a completely diff...more
Booknut
Gage or Logan?!
Rachelle
Summer's over and Skyla starts off in her new high school with a Gage, not Logan. In order to get their targets off their back of two Celestras being together, Logan comes up with the idea of being a loner and letting his cousin date Skyla. However Gage takes this as his opportunity to woo Skyla. With so much time together, she's starting to feel like her fake relationship could be the real deal but how can she feel that way when she's in love with Logan. Not only that, another suitor wants Skyl...more
Amy Jones
Tremble, the second book in the Celestra series did not disappoint. I read it on my Kindle in one day. It was a quick and adrenaline pumping read. In this read the Counts are still out to capture Skyla, the most powerful Celestra with the purest blood. In this adventure the usual suspects return. Skyla and her boyfriend Logan, her fake boyfriend Gage, her best friend Brielle and her boyfriend Drake who is also Skyla's step brother, the ghost of Chloe, Ellis and Michelle. In Tremble things become...more
Sophia
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Dalene
So this is the second book in the series. Having the basis of the paranormal and the characters, this book jumped right in where it left off. I enjoyed the boyfriend dilemma and really had torn feelings between the both, very similar to Skyla and glad I wasn’t the one really having to decide.


There were a few new characters introduced which added further depth to the story and the direction of the series. The introduction of the teacher was very creepy for me and if you have seen the movie Freak...more
Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
I really enjoyed the first book in this series, Ethereal, so I was pretty excited to start reading the sequel, to get more of Skyla, Gage and Logan, they are such great characters, who wouldn't want more of them? Plus, I confess, I love looking at all the covers in this series, they are just gorgeous, truly breathtaking.

This book starts off a short while after the first one ended but when I started it I felt like maybe something happened that I missed in the first one, I couldn't put my finger o...more
Katie
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Annette M Guerriero Nishimoto
Today's review is on Tremble by Addison Moore

Tremble is the second installment in Moore's Celestra series, and though it is as such, it could possibly be a great stand alone book as well.
With it's creative and imaginary world, the reader becomes instantly invested in the lives of Skyla, Logan, and Gage.

Tremble is action and emotion packed as the young trio continues to try and keep Skyla safe from the Counts, and sometimes from herself. With her ability to time travel coming easier, Skyla is det...more
Michelle's Paranormal Vault of Books
Sixteen year-old, Skyla Messenger is determined to bring back the dead.

For Skyla, being an angel from the coveted Celestra faction hasn’t been easy.

An entire band of wicked angels is after her blood, a Sector is after something far more sinister, and her newfound powers lead her on a quest to save her dead father.

Skyla and her boyfriend Logan try to piece together a plan to take down the Countenance in order to maintain their relationship, but will Skyla’s burgeoning feelings for Gage get in t
...more
Ginifer
Jeez. Addison's writing is absolutely breathtaking. I know I've said this before, but I've truly never read anything like it. It's so sharp, witty, raw, and sometimes morbid...in a good way. Her descriptions of Paragon are incredible. Paragon feels like this amazing island I get to travel to every few months. It's solemn and rainy and I love it.

This is the book in the series when I fell in love with Gage. He is so sweet and sincere, truly dedicated to Skyla (and hot as sin - raven hair, cobalt...more
T.K. Knox
Wow, she's done it again! Moore brings a new edge to the idea of angels on earth. Dare I say she's got an edge that most of her competitors don't. She's got more than just a simple love triangle going on here and boy does this interest get explosive. I was seriously impressed with the action as well as the romance. Both of which left me hanging on a thread begging for more. In this book we delve deeper into both Skyla and Chloe and not to mention we get to bring in a gorgeous sounding Sector. Bu...more
Sandy
TREMBLE (Book 2 Celestra series) by Addison Moore

TREMBLE is the 2nd book in Addison Moore’s Young Adult Celestra series. Addison continues the fast-paced, misguided adventures of Skyla Messenger and her group of supernatural friends and frenemies. And like many 16 year old girls, Skyla Messenger refuses to back down or take no for an answer. And when all is said and done, she will risk the lives of everyone she knows and loves.

Skyla is a pure Celestra- a species of angel that is hunted for their...more
Salena
Okay so I was happy about the action scenes, and honestly don't know what to think about the love triangle arrangement. She cares for Gage more then a friend, but is in Love with his cousin. Then there is the ending where Logan is actually from the past, and was brought to the future so now i am thinking thinking that Skyla was always meant to be with Gage since Logan is actually suppose to be around 30 something, but since they are the same age in the present now it has off balanced what was su...more
Fallon
First off I will say the Fems freak me out, this book goes a little darker and I don’t trust Chloe at all…So first I’ll start with what I don’t like:

1) Skyla seems to be a bit childish still, I know it’s just after the first book, but still she seems to be getting worse as far as a character, it’s hard to relate sometimes. I know she’s a teenager, but man is that girl fickle. I’m in the Gage camp right now though.

Ok that was the big thing that bothered me. Now with what I liked, the rest of the...more
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Addison Moore is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who writes contemporary and paranormal romance. Previously she worked as a therapist on a locked psychiatric unit for nearly a decade. She resides on the West Coast with her husband, four wonderful children, and two dogs where she eats too much chocolate and stays up way too late. When she's not writing, she's reading.
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