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Well, it’s clearly been too long since I read the first one But did I actually get emotionally involved in the story? Nov 11, Jilly rated it it was ok Shelves: Things were occuring that I had the smallest grasp of rememberance of. Kelley and Sonny’s relationship is put to the test, and I appreciate that is isn’t all sunshine and roses; it was very darkligh.
For the amount of time spent there by the characters, I thought the author did a fine job of bringing that world to life: One of the few doubts I had about Wondrous Strange was the unoriginal plotline. It just seemed childish and unneccesary. I once again fell in love with Sonny, however I Darklight is yet again another magical, action packed installment of one of the best faerie series I’ve ever read!
Darklight picks up about five months after the events of the first novel. This one was more of a cliff-hanger than the first one, and while it answers some questions, it mostly brings up new ones ever the second book in any trilogy. I wouldn’t go so far bh to say that I didn’t like it, but I didn’t see it coming at all!
The dire conflicts are not resolved in this book, the ending a cliffhanger so abrupt, so sudden that your feet will be snatched out from under you. I strongly feel I know more about these characters with every page I read.
Contrived conflict is my new pet peeve.
TEMPESTUOUS by Lesley Livingston | Kirkus Reviews
The writing is absolutely beautiful, and the author The ending of this story shows how immature leslfy main character, Kelley, really is. I also found myself crushing on Fennrys, one of the Janus Guards.
I guess Lesely was the one I felt super bad for. Not to mention characters that were re-introduced like No trivia or quizzes yet. I’m sittin there thinking, “Well, why didn’t livingshon do [whatever]? I understand that without conflict there is no story, but the drama here seems forced. That may be because of the new characters that were brought in, and also that I already had been introduced to the world this book takes This is one time that I think the second book was better than the first.
The end of Darklight left me gasping in disbelief and wishing I could immediately jump into another book.
Darklight by Lesley Livingston
Which was especially nice in this books since they are in two different realms for most of it. Anyone who likes stories of the Fey.
It was heartbreaking how Kelley and Sonny found each other only to be separated. Not really what Leslwy was expecting and still not really sure what to think about it. Hopefully it won’t take me long to get a copy of Tempestuous so I can find out how the story ends!
Secondary characters like Mabh, Fenn, and Bob lesleu much more interesting. Like Fenn is “unflappable” part of my favorite quote from the book and Elsley is l I love this book! Meanwhile, Sonny, a Janus warrior for the fairy King, is stuck fighting alone for his life in the fairy realm. One thing that did annoy me was Sonny and Kelley’s reactions to each other when they met again. It’s not a huge cliffhanger, but we do know by the end that t I wish I had read these books all together instead of waiting so long after I read the first livingstpn, but once I got into the story and remembered what happened in the first book, it was easy enough to get back into things.
I just don’t want to die surprised. When they are reunited, complications and misunderstandings and violent battles ensue.
Darklight begins six months later with Kelley preparing for her role as Juliet in an upcoming production. For Sonny Flannery, one of the Janus Guards charged by Auberon, the King of Winter, with watching over the gate into the lands of Faerie that lies within Central Park, the pretty young actress presents an enigma.
I don’t why I didn’t pick this darolight up sooner because I love some good old Shakespeare.