Seraphs (Rogue Mage, #2)

Seraphs (Rogue Mage, #2) Read Seraphs Rogue Mage, 2 Author Faith Hunter Jwdfitness.co.uk From The Author Of Bloodring Comes Its Thrilling Follow Up, Set A Century After The Apocalypse And Portraying A World In The Throes Of An Ice Age And A Never Ending Battle Among Seraphs, Demons, And Humans.Living Among Humans In A Postapocalyptic Ice Age, Neomage Thorn St Croix Has Learned To Count On Her Friends, But She S Lost Count Of Her Enemies She Is A Source Of Both Fear And Fascination For The People Of Mineral City Her Powers Can Save Them From The Forces Of Evil, But Can Also Attract Demon Spawn And Succubae And Fighting On Her Own Turf Nearly Gets Thorn And Those She Holds Dear Killed.But Thorn S Ultimate Test Awaits Deep Under The Snow Covered Mountains Beyond The Village, Where An Imprisoned Fallen Seraph Desperately Needs Her Help There, Hidden In The Hellhole, The Armies Of Darkness Assemble To Ensure That This Subterranean Rescue Will Be Thorn S Final Descent.

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  • Paperback
  • 356 pages
  • Seraphs (Rogue Mage, #2)
  • Faith Hunter
  • English
  • 22 December 2018
  • 0451461479

10 thoughts on “Seraphs (Rogue Mage, #2)

  1. says:

    Second in the Rogue Mage apocalyptic, alternative history, science fiction series and revolving around Thorn St Croix, a battle mage in hiding in Mineral City, Carolina no display of my scars to remind them of the battle I had fought kept them safe nothing like demonstrating that people were beholden to you to make them hate you My TakeI know it s a busy story, lol, and totally fantastic Enough so that I ve already bought the series and hope Hunter will continue We see from Thorn s per Second in the Rogue Mage apocalyptic, alternative history, science fiction series and revolving around Thorn St Croix, a battle mage in hiding in Mineral City, Carolina no display of my scars to remind them of the battle I had fought kept them safe nothing like demonstrating that people were beholden to you to make them hate you My TakeI know it s a busy story, lol, and totally fantastic Enough so that I ve already bought the series and hope Hunter will continue We see from Thorn s perspective using first person point of view, and that part of it is an easy read Hunter certainly keeps the tension and drama up, enough so that I couldn t turn the pages fast enough Part of what slowed me down, however, is how confusing this world of hers is.It s taken several times through the story to figure out ev...

  2. says:

    Really not sure what I think about this series nevermind this book There wasaction of both the angelic and the sexual kind but i still feel like a lot of this book was filler and could ve been fleshed out a lot .The premise of this book is very interesting and has soo much potential What if the world didn t end like it had been predicted for several millenia and people and culture still existed but in such a mo...

  3. says:

    Huh.Honestly, I just don t even know what to say here For starters, I m not sure how to even classify the Rogue Mage series Post apocalyptic fantasy mythology Dunno Actually, now that I think about it, that s sort of been a theme for me as I ve been reading the first two novels of the series What s going on Dunno What s up with the thwarted, useless mage heat all the time Dunno What s the deal with the Amethyst lady s freakin wheels Dunno What are the freakin wheels Dunno And so o Huh.Honestly, I just don t even know what to say here For starters, I m not sure how to even classify the Rogue Mage series Post apocalyptic fantasy mythology Dunno Actually, now that I think about it, that s sort of been a theme for me as I ve been reading the first two novels of the series What s going on Dunno What s up with the thwarted, useless mage heat all the time Dunno What s the deal with the Amethyst lady s freakin wheels Dunno What are the freakin wheels Dunno And so on To put things plainly, I find that I don t really understand and absolutely cannot visualize half of ...

  4. says:

    Thorn is backed by some very close friends, a fiercely loyal family But as a newly revealed Neo Mage in an aggressively hostile small town she s on thin ice Even when her powers may be the very thing keeping them safe from the monsters underground But are those powers also responsible for drawing them She had sworn she wouldn t return to face the darkness under the mountain but it s waiting a...

  5. says:

    After the events of Bloodring, Thorn can no longer hide who she is She has a few very loyal allies, but as for the rest of the town most are wary of, if not outright against her Most fear her, and a few would love nothingthan to prosecute and execute her Although their fears are mostly based on prejudice, some of them are warranted The dark forces on the Trine are drawn to Thorn as they want Thorn and her powers, bringing the fight to the town In the end, to save the ones she loves sh After the events of Bloodring, Thorn can no longer hide who she is She has a few very loyal allies, but as for the rest of the town most are wary of, if not outright against her Most fear her, and a few would love nothingthan to prosecute and execute her Although their fears are mostly based on prejudice, some of them are warranted The dark forces on the Trine are drawn to Thorn as they want Thorn and her powers, bringing the fight to the town In the end, to save the ones she loves she must do something she vowed never to do again, go underground into t...

  6. says:

    2nd book in the series.Why is it that if your female character is female, they accumulate massive amounts of power rapidly, and have to have an interesting love life Am I just missing this for the few cases where the lead character is a male ie, Harry Dresden The concept is still interesting the big A Apocalypse has come, most of humanity died, Good big G fought Evil big E , and it ended in.not quite a draw, but not really a victory either And then there are the unforseen children 2nd book in the series.Why is it that if your female character is female, they accumulate massive amounts of power rapidly, and have to have an interesting love life Am I just missing this for the few cases where the lead character is a male ie, Harry Dresden The concept is still interesting the big A Apocalypse has come, most of humanity died, Good big G fought Evil big E , and it ended in.not quite a draw, but not really a victory either And then there are the unforseen children of humans that survived the first three plagues, can work with the energy left over from creation, and are according to the Seraphs angels apparently soulless.The main character in the series is one of those soulless ones a stone neomage I like the geological references this may be the first time I ve ever seen kyanite used as an adjective, and well, really, it is probably the first time I ve s...

  7. says:

    I can t give it one star, because I didn t hate it and I still somehow read the next one, but many many times I wanted to throw this book against a wall It was extraordinarily frustrating and confusing, and the writing, like it was throughout the trilogy, was messy and convoluted.

  8. says:

    Surprisingly, I enjoyed it I found Bloodring confusing but Seraphs answered many of my questions It s still a dark world, a dark story but the battle scenes made up for it Now to find out what an omega mage is

  9. says:

    I find this series a bit difficult to follow sometimes.

  10. says:

    It s fun to see how the author has grown between the first book in this series and this book I felt the characters werealive in this book than in book one I could actually relate to them a little here The writing was also better It seemed to have gotten a flow I missed in book one The thing that really did it, though, was the story While I felt the story in book one was OK, but a bit mixed with info the author really wanted to share, this one didn t have that problem I think I only It s fun to see how the author has grown between the first book in this series and this book I felt the characters werealive in this book than in book one I could actually relate to them a little here The writing was also better It seemed to have gotten a flow I missed in book one The thing that really did it, though, was the story While I felt the story in book one was OK, but a bit mixed with...

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