Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of over fifty books, including the acclaimed Lords of the Underworld and Angels of. Title: Intertwined. Author: Gena Showalter. Genre: YA (Fantasy). Publisher: Harlequin Teen Publishing Date: September 1, Hardcover. The complete series list for – Intertwined Gena Showalter. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and.
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Oct 27, Rhianna rated it did not like it. I seriously loved this book as much as the first one- if not more! See all 3 questions about Intertwined…. And also, I want to know more about his parents.
I loved Aden from the start, he’s so lost at the beginning, he has no friends, he thinks he’s weird having souls within him. That’s my problem whowalter this book.
Intertwined Series by Gena Showalter
They will have to fight in order to stay together. Somehow, they share an inexplicable bond of friendship. Teenagers can tell the difference between an author who knows the teen voice and an author who typically writes for adults and is just trying to make his showaalter her way into the YA genre. Those are packed with a main story plus lots of side stories, about the other Lords.
And I read it and Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead in 1 day, so about pages in 1 day because I’m insane like that and wanted to read both at 1 time, and since there was only 1 of me, I had to read it quickly: But Vlad has Tucker remember Tucker?
However, books like this are the reason why I stay away from vampire books. But the supernatural part of the story just felt like “Okay, I’ve heard it all before”. It offers a new version of vampires Really? When Aden first saw Mary Ann at the cemetary, it caused that wind and weird feelings and stuff.
It didn’t go well, as you can see. But it took off from there and captured Quick review Cover: This book was never on my radar.
It was not I was expecting! I love Riley and Mary Ann’s relationship and their characters are very engaging in this book.
By the end of the story it felt rushed and it looked like a completely different book. The plotline with Aden and his four mysterious souls inside his head was very intriguing. Return to Book Page.
Each of them alone is awesome and delicious, but when you mix all of these elements together you get a bowl of cereal that’s very difficult to keep down. I really enjoyed the ending. Published August 31st by Harlequin Teen first published January 1st The first was amazing, the second is just as great! What else can Mary Ann do?
Not to mention he has to deal with the witches. After I read the first book, I decided to give this one a chance. Elijah, the soul that can and will predict when you die. Gena once again blew my mind, she’s the best.
He deals with what he’s been given as well as he can. Him and Mary Ann were so cute together, Intertwinned can’t wait to have more of them.
Time travel, necromancy, seeing the future, and possesion. Sep 05, Crystal rated it it was ok Shelves: Forgive the pathetic review, I was trying to keep spoilers out and it was harder than I thought when I started.
Intertwined (Intertwined, #1) by Gena Showalter
We’re finally getting to see more of the many that showed up briefly in Intertwined. He stayed with Mary Ann even when she pushed him away, even when he found out what she was. Figures relationship is moving at a slower, more believe-able pace with much more essence. I loved how he managed to get control over the vamps intertwinex.
Big surprise, considering I haven’t read a single decent book in years intertwlned was a stand-alone. So many things happend and just when I thought things were toning down or slowing down The excitement really starts near the end, leading up the fact that there will be another book in the series.
You need to read ‘Intertwined’ to understand this novel, and to me this was just a horrible sequel. Not that the parts about Aden and Victoria were boring, there were quite the opposite actually, and that ending, holy wow. I think I should receive an award for reading this book, sorry Torie, but it truly was a horrid experience, every time I picked it up, I would get a headache and fell nausea.