Thursday, April 11, 2013

Review - The Underworld by Jessica Sorensen

The Underworld (Fallen Star, #2)Release Date: July 31st 2011
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Gemma thought her mind was gone, but she was wrong. And now she is left trying to figure out the truth to what Stephan is planning to do with her and the star, before it’s too late.
But finding out the truth is hard, especially since Gemma doesn’t know who she can trust. There may be only one person who Gemma can turn to for answers, but that means having to go to the one place no one wants to go—The Underworld.
The Underworld is the sequel to The Fallen Star and it was just as good as the first one if not better normally for me the second book doesn't really live up to the first book or the expectations I had for it but this one totally did.

The action started right away and the cliff hanger from the first book was answered. The characters are well written and you can't help but fall in love with them. The book started off with all the same characters that we finished with in book one.

Stephan tried to wipe Gemma's memory at the end of book one but for some reason it failed, and now Gemma doesn't know who to trust or who to believe, all she knows is that she needs to find her mother because Gemma know's her mother will have all the answers that she will need and Gemma will do just about anything to get her back. Needing to find out what Stephan's plan is Gemma, Alex & Laylan head on a mission to the underworld, so Gemma can try and save her mother from the Water Fae and the Queen of the Fae but before she can do this she has to be able to control her visions and get the right crystal so she can travel there back from the one place no-one escapes from... The Underworld if they get stuck down there they become the Queens prisoner.

You could never tell what Sorensen was going to throw at you next so I spent most of my time in anticipation wanting to know what happened on the next page.

With this book you get to learn more about Alex and fall in love with him even more as we get to see a sort of sensitive side to him and see that he can be nice and not just an annoying pain in the backside.

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