How many times can you cheat death? I’m not sure but I have a feeling I’m about to be tested.
Join Echo in the second thrilling instalment of the Chronicles of Deadworld series.
A Post-Apocalyptic Urban fantasy world with a slow burn Whychoose Romance.
Every time I saw a character from Chronicles of Midnight and Chronicles of Arcana it just made me smile.
Also, Micha might just be the most lovely guy ever! I really liked the developments with Emory, Deacon and Lyrian here, too. I don't know how she manages to pull off the magical connection trope so we'll, making it both slow and fast burn.
We see Echo begin to come into her powers here, but there is still so much potential. To her power.
I'm also always impressed ...more
Why can’t I find a series that doesn’t have a second book slump?! I don’t know what in particular irked me, but I expected more from this one. More relationship building. More plot. More depth. I didn’t get any of these, the “mater/fated” trope is strong with this one as the cure all to emotional intimacy. The book felt really unfocused with an almost absurd task set out before our mc.
And when did Harker turn into a villain?
And Willa is boring.
I suppose we are supposed to intuit t ...more
The deadworld above and the political world below are melding, showing Echo the shadows that linger over her once stable world. It’s fainting, a bit heart breaking and all together epic.
I admit there are some parts of the books where I just wanted to smack the boys heads together, especially Micha and Emory. I loved seeing some of the characters we have already encountered in previous series as well as new ...more
Echo is the only guardian left, remade by the arcana, and now a huge burden is resting on her shoulders. However, she is not facing the danger alone, slowly pulling (ok, in some cases rather fast) an interesting bunch of strong, attractive, and very capable men to her. Her allies, protectors, backups... and love interests.
Shifting, changing directions, twisting and turning, jumping at you poor unsuspecting reader. Talk about effective writing - there is so much stuffed i ...more
DEAD City was just as character driven as DEADWORLD and it was neat getting some more time with characters from other series in the same world. Some I like more than others, but it's still neat getting to know their future selves. One of the issues I had with DE ...more
In Dead City we have Echo still training. She is learning about her powers, making her body and mind physically as best as she can. She will be the only Guardian for nine months. She has to be focused and strong. All the while trying to deal with her grief about what happened to the other potentials. Lets not get into her relationships. Some progress like we want them to, some don't, and we ...more
I received an ARC of this book and volunt ...more
Echo is awesome and finally learning to come into her powers but she still has so much she’s able to do and hasn’t gotten to yet. Cassidy’s character development is always fantastic and great to read.
Every time we see a CoM or CoA character I squealed like a little girl 😍
Book 2 picks up where book 1 ends and boy is it a kickass read! I could not put it down! I highly recommend this read!
This book was amazing! I didn’t even realize it was showing characters from the other two series I’ve read until this book, way into the future! In this book, Echo is the last guardian and she is coming into powers she never had before, creating bonds and feelings with the men in her life that leave her confused but also complete. So much happened in this book and I cannot wait to read the next one!!!!
Why do these books have to be so addictive. Once you start you can't put them down. How am I supposed to to wait a month for the next one. Normally I'm not into loving multiple dudes but the way it's written even I fall for the lead males. Speaking of which having to choose between being with the one you love and saving literally everyone is a hard thing to do. Hopefully that sacrifice won't be in vain because Finn deserves to be with Echo too. ...more
The second book in the Chronicles of Deadworld is amazing. The scenery is descriptive and engaging. The characters are more developed and feisty. With the main character coming into her own she has had more then a few setbacks that help her develop a strong spine for what she must face. I am highly anticipating the third book in this series. Well done Debbie! Highly recommended read.
There hasn't been a single book by Debbie Cassidy that I haven't enjoyed and this one was no exception. The ending was the best though - Echo realizing what she wants and prepared to fight for it, well I can't wait to see how that goes. ...more