Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, (slight romance)
“You’re telling me you can raise the dead simply by summoning?”
“My God,” she whispered, staring at me.
“What have they done?”
Hearing her words and seeing her expression, I knew I’d just done something worse than raising the dead—I’d confirmed her worst fears about us. In her eyes she saw the same thing I saw when people looked at Derek. I saw fear.
And I knew we were in trouble.
Out of the whole series, I loved THIS book the most. It had enough action, romance, and adventure for me to love it. With the first one (my second favourite) I felt that there wasn’t ENOUGH action and with the second one I felt that there was a lot of that but not much interaction between the characters.
[THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS]
I’m very happy that Derek and Chloe ended up together, I was rooting for them since book 1. Some people say it was predictable, others say it wasn’t. I only say that it could’ve gone either way—Derek or Simon. I felt bad for Simon though, but I think Derek deserves—and needs—Chloe more.
At first Simon—and Derek—were unhappy with Chloe’s crush on Derek. Simon was mad and abandoned Chloe in the forest and Derek had a “discussion” (lot’s of yelling) with Chloe. But at least it all worked out in the end; Chloe and Derek are together, Chloe and Simon are still good friends.
Dislikes:[SPOILER ALERT] That Simon and Tori are half siblings. I was actually rooting for them to be together..
Note: If you're going to start on this series you should start with the first one, The Summoning.