The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

First Impression: WHY IS NOTHING HAPPENING? I started reading the book and I got to 46% STILL NOTHING HAPPENING. Just describing HER and her LIFE and frequently while reading the beginning- middle of this book I was reminded of non-fiction, not the good non-fiction, the utterly boring non-fiction. I was also reminded why I stopped … Continue reading The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

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Opal by Jennifer Armentrout (Lux series)

"I couldn't believe it. Not possible. I refused to believe it. Daemon was on the other side of the light, closer to the exit and I...I was in the other side, the wrong side. Daemon's eyes met mine and the look in them, the horror in his extraordinary green eyes cracked my heart into a million useless pieces. He understood-oh, God, he understood what was happening. I was trapped with the remains Arum. ... Daemon reacted fast but for once in his entirely life he wasn't fast enough. He couldn't be. Pulling from the source as much as I could, I held out my hand, ignoring the heat as I pushed Daemon back with the last of my strngth and will, holding his straining body back from the last of the blue lights until Matthew sprang into action, grabbing Daemon around his waist. I slid on the floor, my knees barely catching me. Daemon went wild...it was too late. "No!Please!No!" he roared, his voice cracking in a way I'd never heard before. "Kat!" Our eyes locked, and I would never, ever forget the terror in his, the look of pure helplessness. Everything felt surral on my end, like I wasn't here. I tried to smile, for him, but I'm not sure I managed one. "It'll be okay," I whispered as tears rolled my eyes. The doors were comming out of the ceiling and floor. "It'll be alright." Daemon's green eyes held a glassy sheen. His arm reached out, fingers splayed. They never reached the laser or the door. "I love you, Katy. Always have. Always will," he said a voice thick and hoarse with panic. "I will come back for you. I will-" The emergency doors sealed shut with a soft this. "I love you," I said, but Daemon...Daemon was gone.