Friday, December 13, 2013

Eyrie by Emma Michaels

Pages: 129
Source: Review copy from author
Genre:  Young Adult, Fantasy

From Goodreads:
The truth is being unveiled and Iris’ past is unlike anything she ever could have guessed. For Stryx, finding your missing half doesn’t always mean finding your mate. Iris has been missing a part of herself for so long that no one is sure she will be able to put the pieces back together and her ever reliable dreams may be forcing her astray. Coping with the death of someone she loved, she is forced to face the truth and break free from the lies that have caged her.

My Thoughts:

Let me start off by saying, if you have not read the first book in this series, Owlet, then put this book down and go read it first.  You really need to read the first book so that the second book makes sense.  In the second book we pick up with Iris trying to figure out everything from the lies she had been told.  She has to figure out how to right some wrongs.  Those who are helping and guiding her on this journey are also a little wary because she has the power to make decisions for good or evil.  I love the small romance that is carried through this book.  It is simple, innocent and pure.  This is one thing that will most definitely bring the teen in to read this book.  I have enjoyed this series and look forward to the next installment.

1 comment:

  1. Sandra, thanks for your 5-star review of Emma's novel! I'm glad you're continuing to enjoy the pure romance she's created between Iris and Falcon :)