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The Singer: Irin Chronicles Book Two by [Hunter, Elizabeth]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 856 KB
  • Print Length: 330 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: E. Hunter (6 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IXS1NYI
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews
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I have loved pretty much all of the Elizabeth Hunter books, including 'The Scribe' but I really felt that this book was lacking in something. It felt slow to me, like I was waiting for something epic to happen and although there were a few more exciting parts it still fell short at the end. I think there was far too much time spent on the back story of the Irin and Irina, which sometimes got repetitive, and not enough about Ava and Malachi's current issues . I'm holding out hope that this book is building an interim foundation for the third book where something amazing is going to happen!
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The Singer – Book 2 in the Irin Chronicles

You know when you try something for the first time and you love it and try and savour it to make it last – well this series is just that and book two is just as addictive - I loved it

Well what I can I say that won’t spoil the read for those who are yet to start this journey of mystery, magic, love, loss, beauty, history and war between two races from the fallen that still rages on after thousands of years!

In this second book we are with Ava as she suffers and tries to cope with the loss of Malachi. Taken to a Haven for Irena’s (daughters of the forgiven fallen) where she can learn how to control the magic that is bursting to come out of her and to learn how to fight Grigori (Sons of the Dark fallen) who killed her mate Malachi.

Here Ava is with sisters that understand her loss and allow her to mourn and to be herself. The Irena’s are also puzzled as to Ava’s origins and how a powerful Irena could survive in the human world.

Meanwhile Malachi has been brought back from the dead by Ava’s unknown magic and has lost him memories and talesm. Managing to find a farm, little snippets of language come back to him and he is taken to a Scribe house!. Malachi only knows that he must find the woman that is calling him to come back to her!

Volund a fallen Angel has a keen interest in Ava and claims she is his. Jaron also a fallen angel who seems to protect Ava also has an interest in her and claims that she is also his. Now Volund has sent an army of Grigori to hunt down Ava and will kill human women, Irena’s and Irin who will get in their way to use Ava for their own means, though what that is, is anyone’s mystery.
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4.5 stars. I'll explain in full review! and here we go.

following on from The Scribe (and you REALLY MUST read that first) we rejoin Ava and the Irin and Irina and their fight against the Grigori.

Ava feels her mate's death, and she is suffering. Miles away, a figure appears, with no memories or talesm, nothing in his mind except a voice calling him, "come back to me"

Ava is secluded away with the Irina, learning how to control her power, while the Irin are facing a schock that no one saw coming, and they begin to look into Ava's past, and her father's past. secrets abound, but not all is revealed. He searches for his mate. Will they come together?? or will Ava lose all hope??

slower to build, this one took a while to take off but by golly when it did!!! i loved this just as much as The Scribe, except that slow build up,and this is why it got 4.5 stars. it lead me to cheat a little and skip right to the epilogue, but that then forced me right back to where i was because i needed to know if....nope, not telling you WHY or WHAT i needed to know, just that i did! i really look forward to book 3, as the epilogue is wide open for that, and i look forward to finding out just what the Fallen are up to!

Hunter tells as tale quite like anyone else, its been some time since i read The Scribe, and yet, once i started, it all came back to me, without much or no recap of the story. this is why you must read The Scribe first.
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After loving the first book in the Irin Chronicles series, I had high hopes for this book but sadly, for me, they did not materialise. The book, although still continuing the story of Malachi and and Ava just didn't capture my imagination as much as The Scribe.

I felt The Singer was just too complex at times that it made it almost boring. There were just too many characters coming thick and fast in this book which made reading it, for me personally, slightly exhausting.

The story continues with Ava's trying to recover from Malachi's apparent death and she flees with Damian to find other Irina's to help her to understand her new found magic and to come to terms with her loss.

The scribes continue to try to find out where Ava came from and why Volund is so hell bent on capturing her and why Jaron trying to protect her.

For me, the last 30% was the most enjoyable part to this book but sadly it didn't make me want to continue with this series.
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Wow another brilliant read in the it in chronicles series this deserves the rating I gave it because it is a really good read that keeps you on the edge of your seat all the way through, I especially liked the way ava found a way to bring her mate back from the dead to continue the fight to find out who she is nd what baron has in store for her even though he is not keen on keeping Malachi her mate alive I'd should I say he doesn't care as long as he does not interfere with his plans which is very clear from about halfway the book we are not going to find out what these are until the next book which I can't wait to read . I would recommend this book to any body who likes paranormal romance and Elizabeth Hunter
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