Review: The Brightest Night by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The Brightest Night (Origin, #3) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The Brightest Night is the third installment in Jennifer L. Armentrout’s Origin series. The book picks up where we left off in The Burning Shadow, with Evie, Luc, and their friends arriving in Zone 3, the secret area home to unregistered Luxen, hybrids, and humans. The gang is on the run from Jason Dasher, who they thought was long dead, and Evie is dealing with her newfound Trojan powers, learning to control the Source. But with her newfound powers comes the realization that Evie is part of a larger plan put forth by the Daedalus. 

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Our Top Ten Favorite YA Releases of 2019

We’ve read some great (and not so great!) books in 2019. Here’s a greatest hits list of some of our faves. We can’t wait to see which books make our list in 2020!  Tell us if you’ve read any of these in the comments. Also, tell us your best of 2019 books!

1. Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin 

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We’ve raved about this book since we read it for our monthly book club. For more info, check out our full review here. Serpent and Dove has it all: romance, action, magic, and witty banter. Lou is a witch who has fled her coven, forced to become a thief to survive. After a run in with a witch hunter named Reid, Lou’s life changes forever. As the two grow closer, she has to deal with the demons from her past before they ruin her relationship.

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Review: The Burning Shadow by Jennifer L. Armentrout

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The Burning Shadow picks up after the events of The Darkest Star, with Evie and Luc trying to get back to normal after Mica’s devastating attack. 

After finding out that she is really Nadia, Luc’s childhood friend and the love of his life, Evie must piece together her past…if only she could remember what happened to her in the immediate months after she became Evie Dasher. She has an inkling that her mom is keeping her out-of-the-loop, and with Americans contracting deadly cases of the flu, Evie knows there is more to her story than meets the eye.

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