Book Review: The Immortal Crown – Richelle Mead

The Immortal Crown coverTitle: The Immortal Crown
Author: Richelle Mead
ISBN: 9780525953692
Pages: 432
Release Date: May 29, 2014
Publisher: Dutton
Genre:  Dystopian
Source: Publisher
Rating: 4 out of 5

Summary:

After the events of Gameboard of the Gods, Justin March and Mae Koskinen have returned to their normal life: he, investigating dangerous religions for his government, and she protecting him. But when Justin is asked to go on a dangerous mission to an enemy territory, it sets into motion a chain of events from which he and Mae might never recover.

Snapshot Review:

The Immortal Crown is the second novel in Richelle Mead’s creative Age of X series, and it doesn’t disappoint. She further develops both Justin and Mae, making them fully three-dimensional characters the reader will care about. The story moves a bit slowly in this book, but readers can tell that it’s building towards something big, and the payoff is worth it. Mead is building a fascinating world in this series, and with what she put both Mae and Justin through in this novel, it will be interesting to see where she takes the series next.

Other books by Richelle Mead:

Gameboard of the Gods

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