Radiant Shadows, Paperback Book
4.5 out of 5 (4 ratings)

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Melissa Marr's New York Times bestselling Wicked Lovely series continues with the fourth - and penultimate - installment in the darkly seductive story about the collision of the mortal and faery worlds...The events of FRAGILE ETERNITY have left the faery world off-balance, its key players fighting to maintain control over their world - and its secrets...Devlin lives in a world where everything is beautiful, ordered... and cruel. As a prominent member of the High Court and half-brother to Sorcha, the High Queen, he's one of the most powerful faeries of the old guard.Ani lives in a world where every line is blurred.

Half human, half faery, half in the dedadence of the Dark Court and half out of it, her life of dive bars, tattoos and street fights couldn't be farther from the clean lines of the High Court.But you can't choose where your heart will take you, and when Devlin and Ani meet, two extremes of the faery world collide - with passion, violence and heat; for better - and for worse...

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 352 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
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  • ISBN: 9780007346141

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Review by
4

This is the fourth book in the wicked lovely series a series which I really enjoy. This like ink exchange is a companion novel to wicked lovely, and this time the main characters and love interest are Ani and Devlin. I found this book to be a little slow and I didn’t really start to enjoy it until towards the end of the book. It’s probably my least favourite in the series so far and I much prefer Ash, Seth, Keenan and Co’s story all of which were barely present in radiant shadows. However the ending to this book was really good and I can’t wait to read the next one to find out what happens next. Over all this one gets 4 stars.

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5

I am an absolute sucker for the court politics and history, and the Dark Court, oh, and Irial, God I love him. Great book and a nice break from Aislinn and Keenan.

Review by
4

Melissa Marr has done it again with Radiant Shadows. She manages to bring a dark seductive nature to her YA novels and this one is no exception.<br/><br/> It charts the relationship between Gabriel, High Court assassin and brother of Sorcha and Bananach and Ani, halfling member of the Wild Hunt and Dark Court. <br/><br/>Beautifully written, it is seductive, dark and full of decent characters. Her female protaganists are usually not mooning after a boy and they can more than handle themselves. She also does not shy away from non standard relationships. I find myself loving Niall and Irial more and more as the books go on. There's just something so appealing about her dark court bad boys.<br/><br/>If there's any negatives, it falls on Ani being unable to exercise any kind of caution and Seth. I'm sorry to all the Seth fans but I don't feel anything for the character. He's just too 'special' and I can't see why.<br/><br/>But am looking forward to the next book.

Review by
4

Melissa Marr has done it again with Radiant Shadows. She manages to bring a dark seductive nature to her YA novels and this one is no exception.<br/><br/> It charts the relationship between Gabriel, High Court assassin and brother of Sorcha and Bananach and Ani, halfling member of the Wild Hunt and Dark Court. <br/><br/>Beautifully written, it is seductive, dark and full of decent characters. Her female protaganists are usually not mooning after a boy and they can more than handle themselves. She also does not shy away from non standard relationships. I find myself loving Niall and Irial more and more as the books go on. There's just something so appealing about her dark court bad boys.<br/><br/>If there's any negatives, it falls on Ani being unable to exercise any kind of caution and Seth. I'm sorry to all the Seth fans but I don't feel anything for the character. He's just too 'special' and I can't see why.<br/><br/>But am looking forward to the next book.

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