Join Danielle and her co-host Walter Kirn for the Writerly Podcast, a weekly discussion of all things pertaining to the real lives of working writers. Download the. Summary: A mess of a book that doesn’t do justice to the richly imaginative world that Trussoni created in her first novel. Rushed, info-dumpy. Danielle Anne Trussoni is New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer whose books have been translated into over thirty languages. Her work includes four books: Falling Through the Earth (); Angelology (), Angelopolis ( ) and memoir The Fortress ().
|Published (Last):||18 November 2016|
|PDF File Size:||11.81 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||5.31 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Follow me on Twitter My Tweets.
This page was last edited on 27 Novemberat Notify me of new comments via email. To view it, click here. Eduardo I did a basic rundown of it on ImpishIdea here: Now, years later, I am reading the sequel – Angelology.
I will read the third novel, but I am not really looking forward to it in the same way that I thought I would have after finishing the first book.
Her work includes four books: The ending leaves us breathless and feeling the not just the loss of a story finished, but the anticipation of what is to come.
I dajielle pick up on it, but I felt vaguely confused on where it came from.
What antelopolis happen, do you suppose, if the material existence of angels could be verified? With Angelopolis, the conflict deepens into an inferno of danger and passion unbound. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It begins well, with our hero from book 1, Verlaine, and his meeting with Evangeline.
Rhapsody in Books Weblog.
Angelopolis by Danielle Trussoni – book review
Then I read this and redefined my idea of what poorly executed means. The events were contradictory and inconsistent, unforeshadowed, nonsensical. There were really good secondary characters and plot lines to explain more of the backstory, but it felt like we were swiftly carried through the details in order to get us to further advance the timeline.
Next turned angelopplis be a major disappointment.
Retrieved from ” https: I recently purchased and started reading a used copy of this sequel, but have not yet read the first novel. The series has been picked up by Columbia Pictures, so it looks like a movie is in the works. He was an egg, born of a nephilim, the tsarina, and was more pure and presumably on the side of good, than any other earth angel.
It felt more urban fantasy and lost the biblical, religious feel of the first which I think made it unique. The minute I reached the last page, I was impatient for the next book.
Sure, he realizes how alien she and her kind are, but there needs to be more soul searching on his part for me to suddenly believe he would change like that.
Danielle Trussoni – Wikipedia
Angelopolis Angelopolis takes wing and soars with great gusto through the skies of vivid imagination buffeted by the winds of a thrilling tale. For the most part, Nephilim don’t have a romantic take to them, and a small group of Angelologists are fighting to eradicate them from earth.
Also, no explanation was given about how Evangeline went from human to nephilistic, in the first book, although it’s accepted. Those are the male characters, of course; the female ones are so ridiculous I wouldn’t even consider them characters.
This series is rare in its sophisticated and well researched subject matter.
I believe in total we hear from her for about 30 pages of a total pages. While Angelology was a story of discovery, introspection, and nostalgia; Angelology departs to sweep the reader from the confines of their seat into a world filled with angelic beings both trussoni and terrible.
Seven publishing houses vied for the rights to the first book, and two motion picture companies bid for the film rights. The Mara, the Gusian, Rahab, Anakin, and more. In another instance, Vera has just awoken to find her party greatly reduced. He has to decide whether to trjssoni her or not. The angelologists are in locations across he globe doing their very best to stop the dark angel groups one by one.
Things just happen one after another and poof, the book ends without the reader paying much attention to the supposed facts dribbled in the text. I wish I could remember who all these people are!
After reading this book, I can’t even remember why I liked the first one.