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This series rocks in every way! ----Gena Showalter, New York Times bestselling author of the Lords of the Underworld series

Armintrout skillfully characterizes each character, and her use of description varies between chilling, beautiful, and disturbing. ----The Romance Readers Connection on Bloodties Book One: The Turning

The relationships between the characters are complicated and layered in ways that many authors don t bother with. ----Vampire Genre on Bloodties Book Two: Possession
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ISBN-10:  0778326624
ISBN-13:  978-0778326625
Author:  Jennifer Armintrout
Publisher:  Mira Books
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review by . August 30, 2011
Queene of an Underworld
Jennifer Armintrout’s Queene of Light is the first in the Lightworld/Darkworld trilogy.  Combining Irish and Christian mythology, Armintrout brings together the magic of both in order to create a rich and unique story.      Set in an underground world home to angels, faeries, vampires, elves, and other immortal kind driven underground by humans during “The Great War,” the Underground “Lightworld” and “Darkworld” are at odds with …
review by . February 16, 2010
Jennifer Armintrout has written a very fine introductory novel to a fantasy trilogy dealing primarily with an Earth where the worlds of supernatural creatures such as faeries, trolls, and dragons has directly collided with than of humankind. There has been a rift and a war and in consequence, the Faeries now reside in a "world" of their own called Lightworld which coexists with a Darkworld underneath the human dominated world of the surface. Angels, including Death Angels, are also grafted onto …
review by . December 08, 2009
Regarding the book Queene of Light, I'm not going to bore you with intricate details on this book. Too many times I find myself rambling with long explanations - that boils down to one thing. Yeah I liked the book. Well, for Queene of Light, yes I did like it. But, I also had some major problems with it. First off, let me tell you why I liked it. For one, the concept was interesting and original. Secondly, it was well written and the plotlines were tight. Thirdly, the tone of the book was consistent.  &nb …
review by . September 28, 2009
I don't really read this genre as a rule, however, I received a copy of this book and I have to say that I was immediately intrigued.    This book has far more to offer than just a novel take on the "paranormal" world.    Author Jennifer Armintrout has created a world, without a world in this new novel and I thought it was imaginative. It actually made me sit back and think about how our own world was created and if there is, in fact, always a need for a dark …
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