Broken Wings (Hidden Wings #2) by Cameo Renae (Review By Cianna – #NerdGirlSunshine)


Title: Broken Wings (Hidden Wings #2)

Author: Cameo Renae

Published Date: June 1st 2013

Genre: YA Paranormal


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 Emma’s world is falling apart, and Kade, the only one who seems to hold her together, is missing. With death lingering right outside their door, decisions must be made before it’s too late.

The Midway has refused to send help, so they are left to seek out the only other who can stop Lucian.

A perilous quest sends Emma and a few Guardians into the Underworld, where the unimaginable abide, to beseech the Prince of Darkness himself. Lucifer.

Now, they must endure the deadly levels of Hell, which not one …mortal or immortal… has ever survived.

Prepare for love, loss, and the unexpected.

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***Cianna – #NerdGirlSunshine’s Review***
I’m blown away. I loved the first book, so I was ready to jump in. Sometimes you worry, will the other books live up to the first one… and in this case the answer is YES! I loved Hidden Wings, and reading Descent was amazing and totally fun, but Broken Wings is outstanding. This book really shows you a deeper level to Emma’s character, and a deeper skill level in Cameo’s writing. You don’t tackle a book where your character goes into hell without some serious research and thought. It’s a sticky topic, and hard to really put before the masses, but I think it was done amazingly well, with a lot of skill, a lot of heart, and even some humor. My emotions were on overdrive throughout this book. Everything was on the line, and things you expect to be safe (**cough KADE cough**) were up in the air, and twists you DID NOT see coming smacked you in the face. Man, I was pulled even deeper under the spell of this book. I read it so fast! Emma really developed in this book, she came into her own, and really had to take on a lot in order to save the people she loved. I’m trying to think of things I didn’t enjoy about this book, but even as my heart was being torn in two towards the end, I was still enjoying it. Seeing the thought put into each level of Hell really interested me. I have read Dante’s Inferno, and I liked that Cameo made a fresh twist on the elements who come to expect, and really allowed us to get involved as if we were really there next to the character. Emma is complicated,and even after all the events of this book, she still doubts herself. She’s still just a normal girl to herself, and I think that’s what really endears her to us, along with her human struggles to fit in in this immortal world.


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