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Review of Incubus by Jennifer Quintenz

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If you haven’t read the first book of the series Thrall, you should read my review of it before you read this one.


Incubus by Jennifer Quintenz is a wonderful ya fantasy book that I am so in love with right now! In this book the guard discovers that there is an incubus (a male demon) in town. It has been a few hundred years since anyone has seen one and there is basically no information on them as they are so rare.

In the guard’s search for information on the incubus, they discover that there is a way for the incubus to take down the wall between the human- and the lilitu world. Braedyn finds a way to stop the incubus from ever bringing the wall down, but the guard refuses to go through with the plan before they have gathered all the necessary information.

Breadyn is then faced with the decision to obey or disobey the guard’s instructions. She is faced with the fact that not doing the ritual might mean the end of mankind and also the end of her dreams to become human. What will she decide to do?

Incubus was an amazing book and I enjoyed every chapter, page and word of it. After I read the first book of the series Daughters of lilith, I didn’t think that the second could be any better. It was! It really was.

The plot was good, and the events that take place are really unexpected. I think it was great, because I was shocked and really just wanted to die at the same time. The thing I love about the work of Jennifer Quintenz is that she manages to make the characters so real that you find yourself feeling like the character. Their sadness is yours, their love, their guilt, everything.

What I liked most about this book was that it was so original, it was nothing like any other book I ever read and you literally hang onto every word written in it.

What I disliked most was that Quintenz neglected the relationship of Braedyn and Lucas in this book. There wasn’t a lot of focus on their relationship anymore, I think if the writer wrote more about how Braedyn’s decisions affected their relationship it would have made everything a bit more realistic.

I rate this book 5 out of 5. This book was professionally edited as I found very little grammar mistakes. I would definitely recommend this book to people who love fantasy, especially about angels and demons. I would not recommend this to people who dislike fantasy and romance.

Thank you so much for reading this review if you want to read this book you could buy your own copy of this book here and have it delivered to you for free!

Feel free to tell me what you thought of the review and if you have any questions. If you have read it please leave a comment below telling me what you thought of it.

Published by Nadine

A book blogger and reviewer, striving to deliver honest book reviews to the comfort of your book nook.

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