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Where darkness lives, all will become desolate. It's been two months since sixteen-year-old Desolation Black chose Earth over Hell and her friend Miri over her eternal love, Michael. Desi goes through the motions of life: school, training, remaining vigilant against the forces of darkness, but her dreams are full of the choices she wishes she could change. When she's injured by a strange demon, old temptations arise, and the lines between good and evil blur. Desi discovers those choices aren't so final after all. And this time, the power of love - for a friend, for a lover - may not be enough to save her from the darkness that lurks within.
In Desolate we find Desi once again with the internal struggle of good vs evil, dark vs light. Above all she is trying to do what is best for everyone. I do get a little tired of her woe is me, I'm not good enough, low self esteem whining. It gets old after awhile. This book got pretty dark, in a good way. Overall It is a good series for all paranormal fans and Kelli Shane as narrator does a great job bringing the characters and story to life. I look forward to more in this series and from this Author & Narrator.
What did you love best about Desolate?
Her power and the factions fighting for it.
What other book might you compare Desolate to and why?
There are a few but I think the comparisons wouldn't do her justice.
Which scene was your favorite?
When her power comes and she becomes her
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Even Evil has PAIN!
Any additional comments?
Very good book and voice reader. I think this would be a good movie.