Picking up the pieces after the chilling events of the previous year isnt easy, but the Graces are determined to do it. Wolf is back after a mysterious disappearance, and everyones eager to return to normal. Except for Summer, the youngest Grace. Summer has a knack for discovering the truthand something is troubling her. After a trail of clues leads her to what could be the ...
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The Curses Reviews
The first book hasn't even come out yet and I already want this one. I'm going to go wallow in my misery now.
I didn’t find this book as charming as the first (maybe because the different narrator) but I still found it very enjoyable. It had me hooked. I was a little disappointed I figured out both of the major twists quite a ways ahead of time.
I really like that this book fit so nicely with the original. Definitely will be recommended this to my friends interested in witchy stories.
I only want to read this because of the ending of the first book. Nothing else.
Kiersten and I both really enjoyed the first book in this series, and couldn't wait to return to the world of The Graces. Eve switched things up a bit with book two, and I really enjoyed the changes.
One of the biggest changes was that the story was told by Summer. This really changed the whole tone of the book for me. Summer was a Grace, and watching the story unfold from an insider's point of view versus an outsider's point of view, really shed some light on a lot of different things. And let's ...more
I don't exactly know why I wanted to read this, since I didn't really love the first one or anything. I didn't really love this one, either. It was exciting, but it didn't make the most sense.
In this follow up to The Graces by Laure Eve, the youngest Grace, Summer, is the narrator. Everything is colored by her perceptions and impulses. Family is still the most important thing to the young Graces - Thalia, Fenrin, and Summer. Wolf has become family to them too.
The first order of business becomes getting thrown out of the boarding school they've been put into since the events of the last book. They need to be together and more readily accessible to each other. As a result, they end up ...more
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Jeg syntes ikke 1'eren lagde op til en fortsættelse eller en udvidelse af universet. Den stod fint alene. Er spændt på hvad bind 2 kommer til at handle om.