Monday, May 28, 2012

Review: The Underworld by Jessica Sorensen- New Cover

Summary Below
The Underworld is the sequel to The Fallen Star (Fallen Star Series, Volume 1)
Gemma thought her mind was gone, but she was wrong. And now she is left trying to figure out the truth to what Stephan is planning to do with her and the star, before it’s too late.
But finding out the truth is hard, especially since Gemma doesn’t know who she can trust. There may be only one person who Gemma can turn to for answers, but that means having to go to the one place no one wants to go—The Underworld.
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This is the new cover for Jessica's Fallen Star Series, I updated to show them, this review is based on the original ebooks, and not the new revamped books that are headed to stores.

Starts out where the shocking cliffhanger of the The Fallen Star left off. Things have changed drastically. Gemma has now become determined to rescue her mother no matter what. Even going to the Underworld to do it.

This book is a great follow-up to the first one. I was on the edge of my seat for the whole book. I didn't get much work done, as I could not stop reading it, and read late into the night. I finished in 2 days as I HAD to find out what was going to happen next. Jessica is a master at creating a very believable yet unique world.

One thing I love about this book is the different mix of mythical creatures that are included. Not only are there Vampire, Witches and Fae but you also have Foreseers and the Keepers. So its not the same type you see out there, this whole series is one of a kind really.

I fell in love with Alex even more (I know, that sounds ridiculous, but it's true). I loved that it was more obvious that he had true strong feelings for Gemma and at how jealous he would get.
I highly recommend this book. I recommend the WHLOE series so far. AMAZING!! Great job Jessica! Jessica Sorensen is one of my favorite authors, be sure to read The Fallen Star first!

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