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Darius Pello Island 2

(Pello Island #2)

4.18  ·  Rating details ·  11 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Can we change our destiny? The answer, according to the gods of Rome, is no. Nona spins her wheel and our fates are sealed within the thread that runs through her fingers; Decima measures the thread, determining length of our lives, and when our time on Earth is over, Morta's shears cut the thread sending us to the Elysian Fields. It is as it should be. Until an arrogant, ...more
ebook, 163 pages
Published August 26th 2012 by Smashwords Edition
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Dec 03, 2012 rated it it was ok
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I received a copy of this book for an honest review.

Darius has just been accused of murder and is now headed to Pello Island to live out his sentence. Upon arriving he meets a woman who takes him under her wing and teaches him everything he needs to know to survive. Soon they grow close but trouble isn’t far behind because Livia is dying and a man has come to take over the town and Livia’s house.

Livia and Darius form a plan to stop him everything goes according to plan
I like that A.L. took a little bit of a different direction with Darius than she did with Cassia in terms of narration. While Cassia gave us a back-and-forth point of view to set up the story, Darius mainly took place in Ancient Rome. Initially, I wasn’t fond of this, but A.L. spent just enough time in Ancient Rome and present day for me to be satisfied with the outcome.

Character wise, this book made me dislike Darius all the more. I didn’t like him in Cassia, so this really came as no surprise.
Melissa ownsbey
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beafuly colors in the cover i have one thing about the cover i wished to see his face now on to the book loved it i waqs sad cause livia died
i thought it was great i am now a fan
on to book 3 thanks for the book
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A.L. Jambor lives in Florida with her husband, Hans. Amy began writing at the tender age of fifty-eight when she was inspired by a photo of her granddaughter. The result was But the Children Survived, an apocalyptic story about how a pharmaceutical company’s greed led to the destruction of North America. From there, Amy began writing fantasy mysteries that incorporated both her love of puzzles and ...more

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