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Dämonenglut by Jeaniene Frost

Friday, May 04, 2018
Is this really over? A different Jeaniene Frost but as great as ever. The Brightest Embers was a well worthy end to this trilogy and prove that nothing is carved in stone.

Dämonenglut*
Author Jeaniene Frost
Broken Destiny #3
Translation Ira Panic
Original Title The Brightest Embers**
Publisher Mira TB on April 3, 2018
Genre Fantasy
Pages 378
Format Paperback
Source German Publisher
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The life of all people is in the hands of the young Ivy. In the war between the angels and demons, she is destined to destroy the kingdom of darkness forever. But her own life is in danger when she uses the holy weapon against the demons of darkness. Adrian, Ivy´s great love, wants to help her in the final fight. Only his demonic side seems strong enough to save Ivy – but the evil in him could forever destroy their love. In the fight for their lives, Ivy and Adrian have to face their fate … (personal translation)

Thoughts

It took me some hours to get my head clear again, after finishing this book. The end was full of shocking moments and I wasn´t prepared for them at all.


But then, can a Jeaniene Frost reader ever be prepared for what she presents in her novels?

Ivy knows that if she wants to free all those humans trapped in the demon’s kingdom, she has to find and use the holy weapon. But is she really willing to give up her own life to free those, she doesn´t even know? And why is Adrian lying to her and keeping important information back? Is this his way of helping her? Or has he already betrayed her?

The atmosphere is darker, and the main figure completely changed. Ivy is what we call a strong female character and she proves it on every page this book has.

Thankfully, the irony, the cynicism, and the sarcasm are in this novel too. But the story itself is totally different from what I´ve expected. That her job is a matter of belief and faith, was clear to me, but that both were essential to fulfill what Ivy was destined to do, that I thought was another story.

Jeaniene Frost was able to keep her writing style. Many unanswered questions got an answer, and the novel brings some loose ends together. Once you´ve got started you can´t put it aside.

I was very happy, that Jasmine had only some short appearances. It was exhausting to see her reaction almost every time Ivy decided something Jasmine wasn´t happy with: she then turned into a hysterical screaming woman.

The only good thing was, that the author made some positive changes in this novel regarding some of her figures. It was wonderful to follow Ivy´s new way of thinking, how she fought not only for herself but for others as well. And the one scene, where she tells Adrian how she really feels about him and their marriage – fantastic!

Conclusion

What an end! There is so much emotion between the pages, so many unspoken things you can see, and everything fits perfect. And that end – holy smokes. The Broken Destiny trilogy is different from the author´s other series but absolutely worth your time.






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*This book was kindly provided to me by Mira TB in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. Thank you. Therefore, the cover of the German edition is shown first in this review.









**The original book The Brightest Embers, was published by HQN Books on November 28, 2017





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Jeaniene Frost is a New York Times, USA Today and international bestselling author whose works include the Night Huntress series, the Night Prince series, and the Broken Destiny series. To date, foreign rights for her novels have sold to twenty different countries. Jeaniene lives in North Carolina with her husband Matthew, who long ago accepted that she rarely cooks and always sleeps in on the weekends. Aside from writing, Jeaniene enjoys reading, poetry, watching movies, exploring old cemeteries, spelunking and traveling – by car. Airplanes, children, and cookbooks frighten her. 

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I am Vi, avid reader, book blogger and painter who loves to talk and write about books. A day without one in my hands is a wasted one. Skilled florist with a degree in writing - oh yes, that works. I like many genres, but horror is nothing for me! Have fun.

2 comments:

  1. I have not read anything by Jeanne Frost. You make me want to so much with all that is going on in the book. I hope you have a great week!

    Mary

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    1. If you like fantasy with Vampires and demons, you should definitely give her a try. Her writing-style is great. Thanks for your visit.

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