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Lemniscate (Angel Star #2)

3.82  ·  Rating details ·  312 Ratings  ·  57 Reviews
For Teagan, these last few months have been heaven on earth - especially now that Garreth, her boyfriend and guardian angel, is earthbound. But perhaps Garreth is becoming a little more human than either of them expected.
Now, Teagan must realize that her world is once again about to shift, as she questions the faith she held in others against those once considered enemies.
Paperback, 254 pages
Published March 21st 2011 by Lands Atlantic Publishing, LLC
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May 23, 2010 rated it really liked it

Already a huge fan of Jennifer Murgia's debut novel, Angel Star, I was really looking forward to getting back in to her angel world in the much anticipated sequel, Lemniscate!
Just like the first book, Jennifer doesn't disappoint. This sequel had everything I was hoping for in an escape! I think it's safe to say I wasn't actually sure where Jennifer would take these amazing characters next, but once again she has successfully created such an outstanding scary-believable angel concept with the mo
John Egbert
Continuation of the Would I Rather...! game from my review of the first book, Angel Star.

Would I rather...
A. Spend a year trapped in an asylum with the bitches from this thread...
B. Read Lemniscate.

Would I rather...
A. Be locked in a dark closet with Patch from Hush Hush...
B. Read Lemniscate.

Would I rather...
A. Be on the receiving end of one of Mello's grudges...
B. Read Lemniscate.

Would I rather...
A. Throw myself from the top of Mount Rushmore...
B. Read Lemniscate.

Think carefu
Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
Lemniscate is a great sequel and unlike Angel Star were I was definitely more team Garreth, this time around I ended up being a lot more drawn to Hadrian. It wasn't hard to see why Teagen felt so torn between the two, not only does she have the ability to see the good in everyone, but she finally understands what her important rule is between good vs evil, light vs darkness, Garreth vs Hadrian. She learns more about herself and her purpose in everything.

The characters were more in-depth, the myt
P.Q. Glisson
May 24, 2010 rated it it was amazing
The second installment to Angel Star by Jennifer Murgia was as wonderfully written as the original Angel Star. Murgia has the uncanny ability to not only suck you in from the first page, but to paint a beautifully detailed image of a world where guardian angels are not only possible but highly believeable. Through Garreth and Hadrian we receive an education of life on the other side; the light and the dark and why the two are constantly at war, struggling for domination, both knowing that one ca ...more
Jun 05, 2010 rated it it was amazing
First thoughts:


Alright, first things first. You must realize that I have absolutely fallen in love with Garreth and when I saw a different side of him in here I was like what?! But he is exactly how he should be and I have come to terms with that. I loved the darker side to the characters, I was absolutely sucked into a deep vortex where at times I literally wanted to kick some butt for Teagan but I soon realized that it was only a book and no one was around to express my rage for certain peopl
I'm not even sure if I want to read this or not- the last one wasn't anything spectacular. I'm going to give this series one last chance and hope this gets better. The only way that I think this could happen however is if there's a plane crash or a deadly disease outbreak and all the characters die so that the authour can start again and write a better plot.
Jul 28, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Angel Star captivated me with elegance and the substance in which Tegan and her beautiful guardian angel Garret’s story is narrated; Lemniscate enchanted me in the world painted by Murgia’s words. Lemniscate continues Tegan’s story with knowledge on the truth of the spiritual world around her and its consequences. What really makes the story shine is its base, angelology is an active part where it has some strong base in terms of world building and continuity, but its major attractive is that in ...more
Apr 02, 2011 rated it it was amazing
The story of Teagan, Garreth, Brynn, Ryan and a few new characters continues. What a story it is! Once again Mrs Murgaia weaves an amazing and thought provoking tale, of relationships and how each touches an others life. The balance of light and darkness, what control one has over how much light and darkness one allows to exists within ones self are at the heart of this story for these characters. There where several times I thought I saw what was coming only to have it turn out totally differen ...more
May 10, 2011 rated it did not like it
WARNING: I have had to include some spoilers in this review, in order to properly evaluate this novel.

The sequel to Angel Star starts off with an earthbound Garreth, who continues to stay with Teagan in her bedroom at night, again, just as Edward Cullen does in The Twilight Saga. I was prepared to "grin and bear it", and just forge ahead, hoping that this book would turn out to be better than its predecessor. My hopes were dashed, however, when, quite suddenly, Garreth began avoiding Teagan. So
Jul 09, 2010 rated it really liked it
Lemniscate is the sequel to Angel Star (review here) which I loved, so I was very excited to dive back into this world again. We pick up pretty much right where Angel Star left off with Teagan and Garreth trying to adjust to everyday life together. Now that Garreth is on Earth full time Teagan is soaking up every moment with him. That time does get interrupted quite frequently with her mom’s new love interest and his step daughter, Brynn, who’s goal in life seems to be ruining Teagan’s. Teagan i ...more
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Jennifer Murgia writes moody fiction for teens—from paranormal fantasy (ANGEL STAR, LEMNISCATE, THE BLISS), to contemporary gut-punchers (BETWEEN THESE LINES). Her latest, FOREST OF WHISPERS, a 17th century historical mystery (about witches!) was a School Library Journal Fall 2014 HOT TITLE, and a 2014 Moonbeam Children’s Literature Award Winner. The sequel, CASTLE OF SIGHS, releases October 27, 2 ...more
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