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Lost in Prophecy: An Urban Fantasy Novel (The Ascension Series Book 5) (English Edition) par [Reine, SM]
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Elise Kavanagh is too busy liberating slaves in the City of Dis to worry about what’s happening on Earth. She hasn’t even noticed that more than three thousand people have gone missing—not until an anonymous client hires her organization, The Hunting Club, to rescue them. The man asking for help doesn’t seem to exist. But the trail of clues is too strange to ignore, and she finds herself caught in the investigation.

Werewolf Alpha Rylie Gresham is absorbed in troubles of her own. The pack is disobeying her, and the cult camped out in Northgate seems to be the source of the problem. Her mate, Abel, has resolved to fix it one way or another—even if it means going over Rylie’s head and killing their enemies.

Through secrets, lies, and assassination attempts, Elise and Rylie find that they have a new enemy in common. And what it takes to prevail might mean shattering the universe…

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HASH(0x947dcfcc) étoiles sur 5 sm reine has done it again 26 mars 2014
Par Laura B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Where to begin with this book? This one was filled with twists and turns and lots of surprise guests. Just when you think you know where the series is headed, everything and everyone ends up getting beat up, destroyed, or betrayed in the most unexpected way. I am absolutely in love with the gritty and broken world that the author has created. It combines things that absolutely should not ever be mixed together and it is beautiful.

So, obviously, I love this series and all the related ones. If you haven't read the previous books, I recommend that you pick them up (start from the very beginning) and work your way to this one. You won't be disappointed. The basic building blocks from the first book still manage to tie in here. Which means I should probably talk about the specifics of this book. Obviously there are going to be spoilers from the past installments because it's just impossible to talk about otherwise.

Elise is still the awesome ruler of hell, trying to do good in her own way. She's on her own type of path to redemption (which is pretty difficult in hell) that takes her past all of her previous failures. You can't talk about her past without mentioning James. He gets some serious time in this book, and you don't spend most of it hating him. I'm still secretly wishing that James and Elise could ride off into the sunset together, but I'll take what I can get. There are some moments in this book that had my heart soaring, even though the progress was infinitesimal. A little smile here, a little touch there and I'm in heaven (actually, they're in hell, but you get the idea).

I can't wait for the next book due out in summer 2014. I have grown to feel like I know each person in the book and can't wait to see what happens with the pack and Elise and James...
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HASH(0x947e003c) étoiles sur 5 This series still might save itself 5 avril 2014
Par Angry Lions Fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book 5 still suffers from the same problems the other books did even though the author tries to address them. The book is mostly about Elise which is good. She's the strength of the world. Elise still suffers the near death wound and weakness she does in ever book. She talks about feeding and never looks strong. Yeah she rules hell but there seems to be many demons far stronger than she is. It's book 5 and I'm wondering when Elise will get tough.

Rylie and the werewolves are part of this book and I just can't make myself care. Rylie has grown into a weak character that's not entertaining. The werewolves themselves aren't very entertaining. This brand of lycanthropy is lazy. They are just people that change into wolves, except for Abel. Even Rylie is just a girl with a couple of wolf urges every now and then. If you've read other werewolf books you have some expectations on what a wolf pack is like. There is none of that here. I can't even fault the bad guys.

Despite all the annoying, page skipping content, there is some really good stuff. Elise makes progress with magic. She and James make progress. The overall story starts slow but ends strong. Most of my reviews are either 3 or 4 for the series but I'm still sticking around.
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HASH(0x947e0318) étoiles sur 5 Awesome! An amazing thrill ride, I love love loved this one. 26 mars 2014
Par ChinaRose - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I haven't read a book from S.M. Reine without LOL and loving the paranormal actions of her characters. Often I've commented on how I love her twisted humor and wit. This series has had the pattern of grabbing my attention and letting chores go, because I can't put the book down.

This particular installment of "The Ascension Series", starts full bore into action and doesn't stop to the last word of the story. I love the twists and irony of "Lost In Prophecy", and it ends with a cliffhanger that will leave you wanting more!

I received the ARC; Advanced Reader Copy, in exchange for continuing to leave my honest opinion (I was already hooked on Rylie & Able's series; "Seasons of the Moon and had started on Elise's story; "The Descent Series" before ever being offered the ARC copy.). Receiving the ARC has in no way swayed my reviews.

Sara, please write faster! ;-)
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HASH(0x947e0840) étoiles sur 5 Lost in Prophecy 27 mai 2014
Par Alyssa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. So let's go.

I hate that it took me so long to finish this book, because its really good. Such is the life of a college student. Anyway, Elise is now ruling Hell from the palace of Dis. She's making some not so popular changes and is facing her own problems in Hell. No wonder she hasn't noticed literally thousands of people going missing on Earth, but someone wants her to know.

This is probably one of my favorite books in the series thus far. I really enjoyed reading it and I am excited to see where it goes from here. Reine has a few story lines going in this book: Lincoln, the war, Elise’s reign in Hell, Summer and Abram.. I’m not sure she’s left so many avenues open before but I can’t wait to see how each storyline ends. I really enjoyed this book, even though James came back. (I am not a fan of that guy at all.) If you’ve read up until this point and are wondering if this book is worth your time, I definitely say yes. If you think you might be interested in this story, I would recommend going back to the beginning of the series or risk being very confused as to what exactly is going on. I really am enjoying the direction that Elise is going in, literally every review I think I’ve mentioned that while Elise is a character that can be enjoyed I’m not sure she can be liked, but I think she’s moving towards an area where I respect her even more. She’s as unyielding as ever, but we’re starting to see not a softer side to her, but a more moral side maybe? Before, I felt like Elise did her job because it was her job. End of story. Kill bad guy. Save human. Rinse. Repeat. Now, she seems to be thinking along more moral lines. She tried for a while to keep Lincoln ignorant of what she did to Adam, not because she thought it would make it hard for him to work with her, not because she didn’t want to talk about Adam, but because she wanted to let him hold onto something. That isn’t something old Elise would have even considered, she probably would have told him early in their relationship and intimidated him into working with her.

So basically: I’m enjoying where Elise’s progression is taking her, Abel continues to grow on me, Rylie is as always frustrating in her desire to be noble but I think that’s just me -I prefer Elise’s methods-, I still hate James, Lincoln is a bit frustrating yet inspiring in his ability to have faith, I want to smack Summer and Abram in the back of their heads and I’m still crying about Seth.
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HASH(0x947e0858) étoiles sur 5 Another Great Read - Totally Addictive!! 25 mars 2014
Par Carrie Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Where to begin with this book? This one was filled with twists and turns and lots of surprise guests. Just when you think you know where the series is headed, everything and everyone ends up getting beat up, destroyed, or betrayed in the most unexpected way. I am absolutely in love with the gritty and broken world that the author has created. It combines things that absolutely should not ever be mixed together and it is beautiful.

So, obviously, I love this series and all the related ones. If you haven't read the previous books, I recommend that you pick them up (start from the very beginning) and work your way to this one. You won't be disappointed. The basic building blocks from the first book still manage to tie in here. Which means I should probably talk about the specifics of this book. Obviously there are going to be spoilers from the past installments because it's just impossible to talk about otherwise.

Elise is still the awesome ruler of hell, trying to do good in her own way. She's on her own type of path to redemption (which is pretty difficult in hell) that takes her past all of her previous failures. You can't talk about her past without mentioning James. He gets some serious time in this book, and you don't spend most of it hating him. I'm still secretly wishing that James and Elise could ride off into the sunset together, but I'll take what I can get. There are some moments in this book that had my heart soaring, even though the progress was infinitesimal. A little smile here, a little touch there and I'm in heaven (actually, they're in hell, but you get the idea).

Riley is still a bit of a conflicted alpha. There's too many bad guys to count at this point and somehow the werewolves are pretty much the only guardians between hell and Earth. Pretty big responsibilities have been placed on a small group of misfits held together by a curse. Drama ensues (when does Riley *not* have drama?) and I'm sure we'll be picking up the pieces from it for a while. Riley and Elise's friendship is a little bright spot in that they sort of balance each other out. There's big things on the horizon and I'm excited about where things are headed. There's more honesty for almost all the characters, but oodles of surprises jammed in. This is the part I hate most -- waiting for the next one!
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