No one has been murdered in the Cirque des Immortels since the clash between the otherworldly Courts and the death of Oberos at Lilith’s flaming hands. Vivienne is settling comfortably into her new life under the big top, with its late-night debaucheries, faerie secrets, and magical cast. She is now a fortune-teller, rather than a cotton candy seller, and has a magical boyfriend, Kingston, whose fierce charm has stolen her heart.
But her own half-remembered past holds secrets of its own, and her disturbing visions compel her to accept that she can’t outrun the mysteries of her previous life - even though not being able to remember may well be a blessing in disguise. Especially when the blood is on her hands.
©2013 A.R. Kahler (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Loving books :) Quick and honest reviews.
Sometimes the visions toward the end becomes hard to follow. I got lost in the last hour but at the conclusion of the book I am back on track. Ready to listen to the 3rd book.
This book is way better than the first but i think the first book had a lot of background and time to cover to get us to the point in the story where things start to happen.
This one is stronger narration than the first. She did a great job again.
yes, I think if done right it could be a great production.
After Act One, Act Two shows a somewhat darker perspective with some unexpected events. A somewhat gothic story with Bradburian tones. Narration is quite adequate to the story's general climate. Read it at 1 to 1.25 audio speed, a C1 English level book. Lively and entertaining. I am already halfway theough Act Three.
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