Book Review: Endless Knight by Kresley Cole

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Synopsis - Divider

In this seductive follow-up to Poison Princess, #1 New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole takes us deeper into the dark world of the Arcana Chronicles.

Evie has fully come into her powers as the tarot Empress. And Jack was there to see it all.Endless Knight by Kresley Cole - Cover In the aftermath of killing Arthur, Evie realizes that there is a war brewing between the teens who’ve been given powers following the apocalypse, and it’s kill or be killed. When Evie meets Death, the gorgeous and dangerous Endless Knight, things get even more complicated. Somehow the Empress and Death share a romantic history. One that Evie can’t remember, but Death can’t forget. Evie is drawn to Death, but in love with Jack. She is determined to discover why she’s been granted these powers, and in the process, struggles to accept her place in the prophecy that will either save the world, or destroy it.

My Review - Divider

On this next installment of The Arcana Chronicles, the story centers around Death, one of the Arcana that was persistent on reminding Evie, the Empress, that he will kill her. But, everything never happened because instead of killing her, he took her with him on his place together with some Arcana which includes The Devil. Evie also discovered what kind of history they had and it was something more of what I guessed.

I liked this book but I’m kind of disappointed with Evie. I’m looking for the crueler Empress that Evie seen before – her in the other past games – but in this book, she was trying to stop herself from being the same Empress again. Because of it, the excitement I’ve felt with the story lessened and it was only saved by the presence of Death in the story.

I started to liked Death on this book and I couldn’t stop myself comparing him to Rhysand of ACOTAR. Right now, both of them are my top book boyfriends. For Jack, I just don’t like him that much and I’m really hoping that Evie will stay with Death on the following books in the series.

On the romance side, Evie is in love with Jack but being with Death, she can’t ignore the pull they have. Later on, she discovered that both of them have an history of being a lover – well, it’s more than that which made me think that it was a little bit sad to know because in this game, they would need to kill one another and only one was supposed to live.

The writing style still never failed to suck me into the world where these Arcana are currently fighting to stay alive. The actions still makes me excited and jumped into different conclusions on what would happen next. Though, some parts was a little slow but it was mostly the part when they were travelling and no walls was still blocking their path.

Overall, this book gives an overview why Death has a dark and bad image on the first book. This was enjoyable to read and I’m recommending this book to anyone who likes to see what will happen next to Evie, Jack, Death, and the other Arcana that we’ve seen from the first book in the series.

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Book Details - Divider

ISBN-13: 9781442436688

Publisher: Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers

Publication Date: September 2nd 2014

Genres: YA Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Dystopia

Series: The Arcana Chronicles, #02

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Pages: 320

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About the Author - Divider

Kresley Cole is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the electrifying Immortals After kresley-coleDark paranormal series, the young adult Arcana Chronicles series, the erotic Gamemakers series, and five award-winning historical romances.

A master’s grad and former athlete, she has traveled over much of the world and draws from those experiences to create her memorable characters and settings.
Her IAD books have been translated into twenty foreign languages, garnered three RITA awards, and consistently appear on the bestseller lists, in the U.S. and abroad.

Cole lives in Florida with her family and “far too many animals.” You can learn more about Kresley at www.kresleycole.com & www.thearcanachronicles.com

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8 Responses to Book Review: Endless Knight by Kresley Cole

  1. Great review! I’ve honestly never heard of these books, but I love the premise behind them 🙂
    I nominated you for the Real Neat Blog award! No obligation to participate, but I do enjoy your blog and wanted to share Real Neat Blog Award

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    • Thank you! The storyline is great though there’s still some loopholes on the story but some of it are being resolved on the other books, I think.
      Thank you too for the nomination. I’ll check it out. 😄

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  2. Wow you make them? 😮😮
    Any app you use?

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  3. Very nice review. May I ask a question though, what theme do you use for your blog and the header images and all how do you make all these so beautiful??

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    • Thanks! ❤ I'm using the free theme named Twenty Ten. For the others like the header images and such, I'm the one making them. 😀 I like designing and I'm putting a lot of time doing them on different photo editors. 🙂

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