Reignite (Extinguish #2)

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The moment the short-lived apocalypse came to an end, life returned to normal. Mortals continued on with their oblivious existences while the earth healed and flowers again bloomed, the devastation instantly wiped away. It was as if it had never happened.

But it did.

Luce knows. He’s cursed to remember every moment, forced to live with everything he has done. Suddenly finding himself out of confinement, he’s faced with a decision: where to call “home”. Free will turns out not to be the freedom he expects when the only thing he wants doesn’t know he exists.

Serah woke up with no memory of where she came from or who she was before that moment. Struggling to adapt to the world as a mortal, she’s haunted by a set of bright blue eyes that always seem to be watching her. She can’t shake the feeling that he could be her salvation… if only she can remember him before it’s too late.

Lucifer didn’t fall from Grace alone. He’s not the only angel with a grudge, nor is he the only one fascinated by his beautiful mortal.

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions...

Book Info

  • Original Title:Reignite (Extinguish #2)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.22 / 10
  • Genre:Fantasy
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
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  • Publisher:Published October 13th 2014

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To my mama, who shines brightly above, a twinkling star in the vibrant night sky. I miss you more than words can say.

 

 

"One must pay dearly for immortality. One has to die several times while still alive."-Friedrich Nietzsche

 

 

Puffs of smoke wisped from the smoldering blade as the tip of the sword dragged against the marble floor. Michael strolled through the chamber, his bare feet heavy, his head held low.

He paused when he reached the front, his gaze slowly lifting toward the massive Victorian throne. It matched the rest of the room—all burgundy velvet and shimmering gold.

His eyes met his Father's, crystal clear and blue as day. He seemed at ease, slouched slightly, His eternally youthful face expressionless. Michael regarded Him with caution, unable to detect any hints of emotion. It wasn't unusu...

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Raspberry · 02-23-2018

Boring!




i rizky · 02-22-2018

Good book


GI · 02-22-2018

Nice.



Isabel · 02-22-2018

I loved it