No Rest for the Wicked
is not just another book to read. It’s sizzling hot. With every page drawing you deeper and deeper into the story. Into the lives of the characters.
Kresley Cole is an expert of bringing her characters to life. Making readers experience their story, not just watch it from the sidelines.
It pulled me in. I have to admit. I felt every single emotion Kaderin and Sebastian lived through. I laughed. I cried. And I couldn’t put the book down till I devoured it all.
I could say I got goose bumps, chills and tingles. And they were multiplying with every magical word I read.
I not only read about Kaderin and her awakened feelings – I was her. I not only watched Sebastian’s attempts to win her over – I fell in love with him. Not only for the duration of the book. They stayed with me long after I put it on my book shelf.
Actually, even though No Rest for the Wicked is the second book in the series of The Immortals After Dark (not including The Warlord Wants Forever – the first short story), I happen to receive it for my birthday as my first book of Kresley Cole’s. An extraordinary present, which seduced me into reading her other work.
To repeat it, it’s not just another book. It’s a long and dangerous journey I would gladly plunge in again if only I could.
I envy the ones who are yet to read it for the first time. Get ready for the quest of your life and cherish the memories afterwards – that’s all I have to say about No Rest for the Wicked.
P.S. If the author herself ever stumbled upon my page, I would like to tell her a big thanks for the memorable adventures, yet inform that while I understand that fiction is fiction and even Wroth name could be Estonian in it, Russian language cannot be Baltic. Neither does Estonian. (For those who don’t know: Russian is a Slavic language and Estonian is Finno-Ugric.)
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