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The Labyrinth of the Dead (The Blood of Angels series #2)

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After rescuing her lover from the forces that trapped her in The Convent of the Pure, Portia Gyony has lost Imogen once again to the darkness that surrounds them. The only way to reunite is to walk through the shadow-worlds of the dead and bring Imogen back to the body that awaits her—a journey no nephilim was meant to take.

Still seeking out the boundaries of her own power
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Kindle Edition, 152 pages
Published 2010
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Portia Gyony shares her body with an angel, and that gives her power. Power she will need when she enters the underworld to save the soul of her lover, Imogen. Assaulted on all sides by dark forces, Portia must use every tool in her bag of tricks not only to survive, and save Imogen, but to stop the underworld from taking over the world of the living. Can Portia find her way through The Labyrinth OfThe Dead?
The Labyrinth Of The Dead is book two of a "steampunk novella trilogy" (The Convent Of Th
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Michele Lee
I purchased this book.

My review of the first book in the trilogy is here. http://michelelee.net/2009/05/21/the-...

Sara M. Harvey's novella trilogy is part urban fantasy and part steampunk. Featuring angels, demons and nephilim with surprising little religious content, Labyrinth of the Dead strikes at the same chord as Dante's Inferno. Warrior heroine Portia travels physically to the underworld to reclaim the spirit of her lover Imogen, whose body still lives in the upper worlds. But there are t
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Ryan
Nov 24, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, horror
Continuing directly from the events of Convent of the Pure, Labyrinth features half-Nephilim warrior Portia Gynoy as she ventures into the underworld to rescue her ghostly lover, Imogen, from damnation.

It look me a little to warm to this one - I thought the relationship between Portia and Imogen was one of the strengths of the first book, so to have Imogen mostly absent here felt a little unusual. Once I was able to accept the story on its own merits, though, I found it to be an fun, visceral, s
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Julia Bauer
Aug 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A continuation of the Convent of the Pure but is also a stand alone success. Detailed imagery and unique outlook. it's hard to find a story that doesn't follow the normal standards. This does it well.
Chris
Jan 10, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This sequel to Convent of the Pure continues what Publishers Weekly had previously said about the first book "cobbles together gothic steampunk fantasy and lesbian erotica in this romantic, necromantic tale."
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May 30, 2012 rated it liked it
Now demonhunting lesbian nun goes in land of death to save her lover. Overall story is good, but there is couple dull sections
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Other Books in the Series

The Blood of Angels series (3 books)
  • The Convent of the Pure (The Blood of Angels series, #1)
  • The Tower of the Forgotten (The Blood of Angels series, #3)

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