Join Danielle and her co-host Walter Kirn for the Writerly Podcast, a weekly discussion of all things pertaining to the real lives of working writers. Download the. Summary: A mess of a book that doesn’t do justice to the richly imaginative world that Trussoni created in her first novel. Rushed, info-dumpy. Danielle Anne Trussoni is New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer whose books have been translated into over thirty languages. Her work includes four books: Falling Through the Earth (); Angelology (), Angelopolis ( ) and memoir The Fortress ().
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Danielle Trussoni has a fantastic way of pulling fantasy, romance and unexpected twists all into one incredibly addictive page turner! This trope works well enough for most of the book, since there is enough similarity to the real world to make the story seem clever and entertaining. ARC provided by Netgalley. Learn how your comment data is processed.
This one was not like that at all. Now that I’ve read the excerpt, I’m all worked up about it angelopoils. You can read more book reviews or buy Angelopolis by Danielle Trussoni at Amazon. Feb 21, VampireNovelFan rated it really liked it Shelves: In JuneI read Angelology in virtually one sitting. Verlaine carries within him the secret love he feels for her.
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I was always in two minds about Angelology. He’s still in love with her, and has to decide whether to kill her or not. Angeoopolis angel he seeks, the woman he loves. Evangeline was and still is my favourite character and I wanted to follow her journey this time around again, instead I was made to read.
The story is rushed, the characters motivations a mystery and there are some dreadful continuity errors. I will read the third novel, but I am not really looking forward to it in the same way that I thought I would have after finishing the first book.
I read the Chinese translation of this book, and I will merely run a simple list about the pros and cons of this novel: Books by Danielle Trussoni.
Angelopolis by Danielle Trussoni – book review
It makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. The extract re-opened my love for “Angelology” and made me more excited than ever to read this one Book 16 in From Paris to Moscow to Bulgaria and finally Siberia the Angelologists chase their enemies and do battle all while a conspiracy is outlined that runs from the time angelololis Noah up through the Romanov Tsars of Russia and into the present trusosni.
Is there somewhere I can get a quick description of the types of angels and backstory going on in this book? Plus, if Lucien is so pure, and Evangeline like him, why would the angelologists want to destroy them? Long story short – the book seems to be hastily slapped together, the editor didn’t help much – for ex. At least the parts which I just read through fast weren’t too shabby, although I didn’t really care for the characters, but all the fast-pacedness pays off in a novel like this.
Equally, the dedication to Noah and his seed catalog is tiresomely drawn out. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Those are the male characters, of course; the female ones are so ridiculous I wouldn’t even consider them characters.
If there’s another book, I’ll probably read it just to see what happens. See all 4 questions about Angelopolis…. Since the nephilim were busy corrupting all of God’s creation, Anglopolis brought damielle as well as animals with him. The book took the premise that God destroyed angelopolus earth with a flood to destroy the corruption in the population from the nephilim which is an intriguing theory.
Regardless, the topic interests me and I will keep reading and will likely drag Mr. Another area where I think this series could benefit is through illustrating the angels. The first book, Angelology ,introduced us to Evangeline, who is the fascinating main character of that we we meet again, ten years later when Angelopolis opens. So the first grussoni was imaginative and entertaining, not without its flaws, but fun to read.
I also liked the idea of plants from Noah’s day surviving and being used to create a poison to kill the nephelim. I think part of my issue with this story, is that a lot of new stuff is introduced which I don’t mind but it is introduced in a manner that it wants you to think you already were introduced to it in the first novel which left me feeling like I missed a couple hundred pages in the first book. This entry was posted in Book Review and tagged Book Review.
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Trussoni was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin. I believe in total we hear from her for about 30 pages of a total pages.
So many, and all standing in the open. Obviously fans of the series will be looking for the next book but this one has the weakness that so many second books in series seem to have: I was waiting for this book; Angelology, although not without faults, had an interesting premise, more-or-less coherent storyline and a cliff-hanger; I was curious “what’s next”.
In this case, the author is trying to let us know what happened in Book One. Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed. There is st I read the first book in this series – Angelology – 3 years ago.
Aug 31, Maya rated it did not like it.