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Paradox - Progeny Of Innocence: Volume 2 Paperback – 3 Dec 2011

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  • Paperback: 410 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (3 Dec. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1468021397
  • ISBN-13: 978-1468021394
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.4 x 20.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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I cant recommend this series more. It is an ever evolving world that becomes more complex as you read on. It will make you want the next installment instantly. Please read in order and enjoy the expirence- you wont regret it- I wish someone would make this into a film. Eagerly waiting for the third book in this GREAT series.
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I was really excited when I got asked if I'd like a review copy of the second book in the series. I enjoyed The Angels are Here but I had loads and loads of questions after finishing the book, which I assumed would be answered further in the story - and let's just say that in Progeny of Innocence, a lot of my questions were answered.

Firstly, I should say that the attention to detail in this book is every bit as good as in the first - there is still good artwork within the book, and ...moreI was really excited when I got asked if I'd like a review copy of the second book in the series. I enjoyed The Angels are Here but I had loads and loads of questions after finishing the book, which I assumed would be answered further in the story - and let's just say that in Progeny of Innocence, a lot of my questions were answered.

Firstly, I should say that the attention to detail in this book is every bit as good as in the first - there is still good artwork within the book, and it really does add a nice touch to the story. I know looks aren't everything, but it can certainly help!

Secondly I should say that I enjoyed Grace a lot more as a character in this book than in the previous. She's no longer a little girl, which made her much more relatable for me, and it's also gradually becoming more clear why exactly she's so special, and why she needs protection. Obviously in this review I'm trying not to give too much away, but there are definitely new dimensions added to Grace's character.

I also appreciated Angela more in this book, and I liked the continuity of her character. Roberts clearly hasn't forgotten what made Angela so interesting to her readers, and she definitely provides some comic relief when needed, even when she's clearly not trying to.
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Convoluted strands flicking from Fantasy World X to Queensland, Australia. (Any Aussie will tell you that all sorts of weird stuff happens in Queensland). This also applies to the spelling.

A bit reminiscent of Twilight except the sun shines and the baddies are evil warriors from another planet, not vampires (even though they leave "puncher" marks on their virginal victims.). The goodies seem to be warriors from Fantasy World X too. Some characters are aliens pretending to be human and vice versa. It's not entirely clear, and hard to care.

Lots of characters but lacking in characterisation - the author names lots of teens but provides little detail, possibly because they are all going to die in mysterious fires, demonic hound attacks and magical sword incidents. This sort of thing might work better as a soap opera - it fails as a novel. It doesn't help that this is volume 2 in a series

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A well written and enthralling book. Totally original story and plot, charaters are extremly well developed. I would recommend reading in order otherwise will not make sense, but definately read.
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Paradoxically in book 2, only days have passed in Altair, but on earth, Grace is now a girl of sixteen. She is still non the wiser about her visions, but she takes them seriously and jots her dreams down. We find out that things at Graces school are rather precarious as the Grigorians have taken the cover of a group of goths at her school. Despite needing to stay hidden, their bloodlust often gets the better of them.
Grace also discovers boys and is attracted to Damon, one of the Goths. One day in class she feels utterly compelled to kiss him. Angela has her doubts about him as he is one of the goths/Grigorians, but is he as evil as they are? Then a Pizza delivery boy Riley catches her eye and she has a spooky feeling she has known him before. I think book 3 will have a very interesting love triangle. I’m glad Angela still has a big role next to Grace; her cool head saves the day on a few occasions.
The story is at times complex as we learn a lot more about the world of Aquila and its inhabitants. There are many magical creatures and we just get just a look into this world. Also on earth we get introduced to a lot of new characters as we follow Grace and her school days. There are still many mysteries to be solved and loose ends to be tied up. The second book ends on a great cliff-hanger, so I ran straight to Amazon to buy part 3. There is no gratuitous sex or swearing, but some of the descriptions are gruesome, so not suitable for a very young adult.
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