The Devil Incarnate

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The Devil Incarnate

The Devil Incarnate There s no rest for the wicked especially for the Devil While QuiTai recovers from her last adventure Levapur is turning into a police state The Pongonese are pushed to the brink of rebellion agains

  • Title: The Devil Incarnate
  • Author: Jill Braden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • There s no rest for the wicked, especially for the Devil While QuiTai recovers from her last adventure, Levapur is turning into a police state The Pongonese are pushed to the brink of rebellion against their colonial masters, the Thampurians but who is behind it, and why As the new Devil, QuiTai must wield her power and use her brilliant mind to outsmart her mysteriouThere s no rest for the wicked, especially for the Devil While QuiTai recovers from her last adventure, Levapur is turning into a police state The Pongonese are pushed to the brink of rebellion against their colonial masters, the Thampurians but who is behind it, and why As the new Devil, QuiTai must wield her power and use her brilliant mind to outsmart her mysterious nemesis before a bloody uprising erupts.

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    1. Dina on said:

      I really like the main character. The cover kind of weird-ed me out, but it works and as you read the story, it fits. It is a good book and the second one hadn't come out when I read it otherwise I would have read it as soon as I was finished with this book.

    2. Ian Wood on said:

      This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing (no 'rithmatic!), movies, & TV. Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here. Graphic and children's novels reviewed on the blog will generally have some images from the book's interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don't really do stars. To me a novel is either worth reading or it isn't. I can't rate a nove [...]

    3. Vicky Camp on said:

      Heady stuff.Like the first book in this series this one makes you think. The story is told from the perspective of key characters and is intensely mental. The true motives and goals of everyone is in question. Very enjoyable. I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a good mystery.

    4. Delena constant on said:

      Evil we weaveIt is a complex read again and keeps you in suspense! Five stars for the mystery and intrigue! Intense is the mind!

    5. Carrie Slager on said:

      [Full disclosure: After seeing that I loved The Devil's Concubine so much after reviewing it for NetGalley, Jill Braden's editor contacted me and sent me a free paperback copy of this second book in exchange for an honest review.]After The Devil’s Concubine was so good, could The Devil Incarnate live up to my expectations? Or would it suffer from the dreaded Book 2 Syndrome?Once again, Jill Braden blew away my expectations. I won’t say that the second book in the series was any better or wor [...]

    6. Lourie on said:

      ** I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **If you liked “The Devil’s Concubine” then the sequel “The Devil Incarnate” will have you enraptured. QuiTai, Kyam Zul, Voous, Hadre and LiHoun along with a few new characters all make their way into the second installment where spying, sabotage and double crossing is at an all time high. Picking up the story right where “The Devil’s Concubine” leaves off, QuaTai herself takes on the role of the Devil. Not o [...]

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