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PNR & Urban Fantasy > Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini

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Tina (Observationsofanovice) | 11 comments It's worth the read. The last of the trilogy was a bit anticlimactic for me, but still entertaining.


Nicole K (nicoleklor) | 43 comments I just read the first book and started in on the second book last night. Who were your favorite characters? Right now I would have to say that I love Claire and I also love that her nickname is five-two. I thought that story has been pretty entertaining so far but I am interested to see where things are headed. Especially with (view spoiler)


Tracey (tralo29) | 4 comments I loved Hector, as well as Lucas. the whole series is great


Tina (Observationsofanovice) | 11 comments a favorite of mine is most definitely Hector, then of course Lucas. let me know what you think after you're done with the series


Jen (at last!) (jenkeith) | 204 comments I really need to read the rest of this series. I enjoyed the first one a lot.


Nicole K (nicoleklor) | 43 comments One of my favorite things about these books and I don't know if anyone else will feel this way, or have noticed a difference, but I love that there is so much story packed into at least the first two books. I haven't finished the second yet, but that is part of what I am talking about. As I'm reading I am one to usually check page numbers so that I know about how much more story I have left. I have found when I go to check that with this story that I am pleasantly surprised by the fact that I have so much more to read.

There are a lot of books that I go to check page numbers and there are only a few left, less than 10-15% left and I am thinking, 'how are they going to fit in all the story?' but with these books I have found myself thinking 'yay! I'm not even halfway,' or 'wow, I only got through 30%.'

It makes me happy when I can really enjoy a book for a little longer because I normally can power through books quite quickly.


Nicole K (nicoleklor) | 43 comments I really enjoyed this book. I liked how well the story lines came together, although I am never really a fan of the angst-y, poor communication between the characters when they need to get things done. It irks me that communication isn't easier even in fiction.

I really enjoyed Helen's growth and the introduction of Orion. I think that they have it wrong (view spoiler)

Also I feel like there is definitely going to be more to the tantalus and daphne parts of the story.


Nicole K (nicoleklor) | 43 comments So I finished the last book today, I would say that my favorite characters at the end were all the boys except Jason. He seemed so flip-floppy on the opinion of Helen, worried she was going to drop Claire then standing up for her, it made me not connect as well with him.

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Overall though I am glad that I read them and I really did enjoy them all.


message 10: by Emma (new) - rated it 5 stars

Emma (emmadedtired) | 1 comments Tina D. | wrote: "It's worth the read. The last of the trilogy was a bit anticlimactic for me, but still entertaining."

I agree the 3rd book was a bit flat, The attraction between Helen and Lucas was not the same,they seem to come together to easy after all they went through I expected to feel more but I didn't care which was a shame,I loved them in book one.


Silvia Meadows (smeadows1984) One of those books you'd want to read. I loved them all. I hope to read more of Josephine Angelini's works.


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