For Love of Evil

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The ​Crown of Gilded Bones (Blood and Ash, #3)

She's been the victim and the survivor…

Poppy never dreamed she would find the love she’s found with Prince Casteel. She wants to revel in her happiness but first they must free his brother and find hers. It’s a dangerous mission and one with far reaching consequences neither dreamed of. Because Poppy is the Chosen, the Blessed. The true ruler of Atlantia. She carries the blood of the King of Gods within her. By right the crown and the kingdom are hers.

The enemy and the warrior…

Poppy has only ever wanted to control her own life, not the lives of others, but now she must choose to either forsake her birthright or seize the gilded crown and become the Queen of Flesh and Fire. But as the kingdoms’ dark sins and blood drenched secrets finally unravel, a long forgotten power rises to pose a genuine threat. And they will stop at nothing to ensure that the crown never sits upon Poppy’s head.

A lover and heartmate…

But the greatest threat to them and to Atlantia is what awaits in the far west, where the Queen of Blood and Ash has her own plans, ones she has waited hundreds of years to carry out. Poppy and Casteel must consider the impossible—travel to the Lands of the Gods and wake the King himself. And as shocking secrets and the harshest betrayals come to light, and enemies emerge to threaten everything Poppy and Casteel have fought for, they will discover just how far they are willing to go for their people—and each other.

And now she will become Queen…

House of Hollow

Seventeen year old Iris Hollow has always been strange. Something happened to her and her two older sisters when they were children, something they can’t quite remember but that left each of them with an identical half moon scar at the base of their throats.

Iris has spent most of her teenage years trying to avoid the weirdness that sticks to her like tar. But when her eldest sister, Grey, goes missing under suspicious circumstances, Iris learns just how weird her life can get: horned men start shadowing her, a corpse falls out of her sister’s ceiling, and ugly, impossible memories start to twist their way to the forefront of her mind.

As Iris retraces Grey’s last known footsteps and follows the increasingly bizarre trail of breadcrumbs she left behind, it becomes apparent that the only way to save her sister is to decipher the mystery of what happened to them as children.

The closer Iris gets to the truth, the closer she comes to understanding that the answer is dark and dangerous – and that Grey has been keeping a terrible secret from her for years.

Witches Steeped in Gold (Witches Steeped in Gold, #1)

Divided by their order. United by their vengeance.

Iraya has spent her life in a cell, but every day brings her closer to freedom and vengeance.

Jazmyne is the Queen’s daughter, but unlike her sister before her, she has no intention of dying to strengthen her mother’s power.

Sworn enemies, these two witches enter a precarious alliance to take down a mutual threat. But power is intoxicating, revenge is a bloody pursuit, and nothing is certain except the lengths they will go to win this game.

This Jamaican inspired fantasy debut about two enemy witches who must enter into a deadly alliance to take down a common enemy has the twisted cat and mouse of Killing Eve with the richly imagined fantasy world of Furyborn and Ember in the Ashes.

The Prison Healer (The Prison Healer, #1)

Seventeen year old Kiva Meridan has spent the last ten years fighting for survival in the notorious death prison, Zalindov, working as the prison healer.

When the Rebel Queen is captured, Kiva is charged with keeping the terminally ill woman alive long enough for her to undergo the Trial by Ordeal: a series of elemental challenges against the torments of air, fire, water, and earth, assigned to only the most dangerous of criminals.

Then a coded message from Kiva’s family arrives, containing a single order: “Don’t let her die. We are coming.” Aware that the Trials will kill the sickly queen, Kiva risks her own life to volunteer in her place. If she succeeds, both she and the queen will be granted their freedom.

But no one has ever survived.

With an incurable plague sweeping Zalindov, a mysterious new inmate fighting for Kiva’s heart, and a prison rebellion brewing, Kiva can’t escape the terrible feeling that her trials have only just begun.

From bestselling author Lynette Noni comes a dark, thrilling YA fantasy perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas, and Sabaa Tahir.

Malice (Malice Duology #1)

A princess isn’t supposed to fall for an evil sorceress. But in this darkly magical retelling of “Sleeping Beauty,” true love is than a simple fairy tale.

Once upon a time, there was a wicked fairy who, in an act of vengeance, cursed a line of princesses to die. A curse that could only be broken by true love’s kiss.

You’ve heard this before, haven’t you? The handsome prince. The happily ever after.

Utter nonsense.

Let me tell you, no one in Briar actually cares about what happens to its princesses. Not the way they care about their jewels and elaborate parties and charm granting elixirs. I thought I didn’t care, either.

Until I met her.

Princess Aurora. The last heir to Briar’s throne. Kind. Gracious. The future queen her realm needs. One who isn’t bothered that I am Alyce, the Dark Grace, abhorred and feared for the mysterious dark magic that runs in my veins. Humiliated and shamed by the same nobles who pay me to bottle hexes and then brand me a monster. Aurora says I should be proud of my gifts. That she . cares for me. Even though it was a power like mine that was responsible for her curse.

But with less than a year until that curse will kill her, any future I might see with Aurora is swiftly disintegrating—and she can’t stand to kiss yet another insipid prince. I want to help her. If my power began her curse, perhaps it’s what can lift it. Perhaps, together, we could forge a new world.

Nonsense again.

Because we all know how this story ends, don’t we? Aurora is the beautiful princess. And I—

I am the villain.

The Infinity Courts (The Infinity Courts, #1)

Westworld meets Warcross in this high stakes, dizzyingly smart sci fi about a teen girl navigating an afterlife in which she must defeat an AI entity intent on destroying humanity, from award winning author Akemi Dawn Bowman.

Eighteen year old Nami Miyamoto is certain her life is just beginning. She has a great family, just graduated high school, and is on her way to a party where her entire class is waiting for her—including, most importantly, the boy she’s been in love with for years.

The only problem? She’s murdered before she gets there.

When Nami wakes up, she learns she’s in a place called Infinity, where human consciousness goes when physical bodies die. She quickly discovers that Ophelia, a virtual assistant widely used by humans on Earth, has taken over the afterlife and is now posing as a queen, forcing humans into servitude the way she’d been forced to serve in the real world. Even worse, Ophelia is inching closer and closer to accomplishing her grand plans of eradicating human existence once and for all.

As Nami works with a team of rebels to bring down Ophelia and save the humans under her imprisonment, she is forced to reckon with her past, her future, and what it is that truly makes us human.

These Feathered Flames (These Feathered Flames, #1)

A queer retelling of “The Firebird,” a Russian folktale

When twin heirs are born in Tourin, their fates are decided at a young age. While Izaveta remained at court to learn the skills she’d need as the future queen, Asya was taken away to train with her aunt, the mysterious Firebird, who ensured magic remained balanced in the realm.

But before Asya’s training is completed, the ancient power blooms inside her, which can mean only one thing: the queen is dead, and a new ruler must be crowned.

As the princesses come to understand everything their roles entail, they’ll discover who they can trust, who they can love—and who killed their mother.

In Deeper Waters

A young prince must rely on a mysterious stranger to save him when he is kidnapped during his coming of age tour in this swoony adventure that is The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue meets Pirates of the Caribbean.

Prince Tal has long awaited his coming of age tour. After spending most of his life cloistered behind palace walls as he learns to keep his forbidden magic secret, he can finally see his family’s kingdom for the first time. His first taste of adventure comes just two days into the journey, when their crew discovers a mysterious prisoner on a burning derelict vessel.

Tasked with watching over the prisoner, Tal is surprised to feel an intense connection with the roguish Athlen. So when Athlen leaps overboard and disappears, Tal feels responsible and heartbroken, knowing Athlen could not have survived in the open ocean.

That is, until Tal runs into Athlen days later on dry land, very much alive, and as charming—and secretive—as ever. But before they can pursue anything further, Tal is kidnapped by pirates and held ransom in a plot to reveal his rud powers and instigate a war. Tal must escape if he hopes to save his family and the kingdom. And Athlen might just be his only hope…

Blessed Monsters (Something Dark and Holy, #3)

The girl, the monster, the prince, the queen.

They broke the world.

And some things can never be undone.

In Emily A. Duncan’s Blessed Monsters, they must unite once to fight the dark chaos they've unleashed—but is it already too late?

The startling conclusion to the instant New York Times bestselling Something Dark and Holy trilogy.

Crush the King (Crown of Shards, #3)

A fierce gladiator queen must face off against her enemies in an epic battle in this next thrilling installment of New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Estep’s Crown of Shards series—an action packed adventure full of magic, murderous machinations, courtly intrigue, and pulse pounding romance.Queen Everleigh Blair of Bellona has survived the mass murder of the royal family, become a fearsome warrior trained by an elite gladiator troupe, and unleashed her ability to destroy magic. After surviving yet another assassination attempt orchestrated by the conniving king of Morta, Evie has had enough. It’s time to turn the tables and take the fight to her enemies. 

There is no better opportunity to strike than during the Regalia Games, a time when warriors, nobles, and royals from all the kingdoms come together to compete in various sporting events. With the help of her loyal friends, Evie goes on the attack at the Regalia, but things don’t turn out the way she hopes. Soon, she is facing a terrifying new threat, and she will have to dig deep and learn even about her growing magic if she has any chance of defeating her foes.

Because to secure her throne and ensure her kingdom’s survival, Evie must think like a true Bellonan: she must outsmart and outwit her enemies . and crush the king.

Is actually doing anything Parry sees it his role to find vil try to bring innate vil out in people so it becomes obvious not to actually create find vil or try to bring innate The Preachers Kid evil out in people so it becomes obvious not to actually create itself In a manner of speaking he is fulfilling the roles of both God and Satan in trying to sort out who is truly good and who is trulyvil Indeed he forms a friendship with JHVH the minor Incarnation of Good for the Jews This book assumes that O Testamento each faith denomination has its own Incarnation and that God is merely the most prominent one which helps some with some of the problems I had with Wielding a Red SwordSo idea and character are both done uite well in this book and these are arguably my two most important criteria fornjoying a novel The place where the book suffers however is plot which is why I stopped short of giving this book a full five stars As I said Anthony tried to address both the readers who were familiar with his previous books and those who weren t and in doing so I think he compromised the plot a little too much Because we re following the life of a character who we ve seen in all five of the previous Incarnations novels we necessarily have to revisit the plots of these five novels at times repeating Gangbang Slut entire scenes That I don t mind so much but I feel like Anthony rushed this part of the novel a little too much I think he was afraid of being viewed as unoriginal in spite of his protestations to the contrary and was afraid of boring his loyal readers with stuff they d already read It was interesting the view the scenes from a different perspective butven that perspective seemed a little rushed and haphazard I felt like the first two thirds of the novel was done very well There wasn t much of a plot but it was the same sort of thing as we saw in On a Pale Horse where the plot took a backseat to idea and character development which I didn t mind at all But the last third of the novel felt almost obligatory and though it wasn t as much of a slog to get through as other things Anthony has written I didn t One Con Glory enjoy it as much as the rest of the bookBut it is worth pointing out that for the most part the problems with that part of the plot are the same problems I had with the plot of the previous novels that this book was revisiting particularly Being a Green Mother which still felt overly contrived and not terribly clever Overall I very muchnjoyed reading this book again It was a nice change of pace from the somewhat meh offerings of the last two novels in the series a solid bit of character writing and a good look at the nature of Defying Shadows (Rising Shadows evil and the role of Satan A few flaws but overallnjoyable and thought provokingWorth Rating Worth owning used Maybe my adult mind would think otherwise but this anti hero s journey was pretty badass to my teenage mind Mr Anthony always did a great job with the preceding Incarnations as the philosophical uestions suggestions and revelations of Death Time Fate War and Nature A few books were better than others but ALL of the books were at least 4 stars and were all The Great Orange Leonard Scandal (Tall Tales Series; 4) excellent readsI was blown away by this sixth volume of Incarnations of Immortality and the development of Satan s character It s a fantstic readxploring good and Tangled Webs (The Black Jewels, evil and tackling some hard uestions The revelation that God I ve read this book a few times over the years and I ll state the same thing at the beginning of reviewing all the I of I books this is a re read and the first time reviewing the books I m reviewing all of the books after I finished re reading thentire series which I don t normally do didn t do deliberately this time A Fairly Honourable Defeat eitherthis book was actually read over the summer 2016 but I m counting it as a 2017 book because that s why I m finally getting around to writing the reviewSo I still have to say this is one of my favorite Piers Anthony booksver of all time and that s saying something It wasn t always one of my favorites but once I hit adulthood it uickly became a favorite it still is though I wouldn t rate it in ven a top 20 all time overall favorite book list It s genius to think of Satan as a human being and it s fascinating to see how that human being changes over the course of hundreds of years in his role as Satan The Incarnation of Immortality is heavily featured in all the books in this series of course but he s the star in this one and he does shine I really really like him as a human like him throughout most of the book really He does a few things here and there that I wish he hadn t done but it makes him so so human and really it just adds SO much to the book to see ven an Incarnation make a mistake His story continues in the next book in the series and as far as I m concerned the last book in the series because book 8 is Ath of wickedness and depravity by Lilah the harlot demoness Parry thrived first as a sorceror then as a monk and finally as a feared inuisitorBut it wasn't until his mortal flame was xtinguished that I ve mentioned before that Piers Anthony suffers from what like to Call Book Syndrome second book syndrome the second books he writes in a series suffers greatly in comparison to the first ither because the first book raised The Man Without a Face expectations unreasonably high or because after successfully publishing the first book in the a series the author doesn t feel the need to try as hard for the second I know I m supposed to be reviewing the sixth book in this particular series but I have a point bear with me So far none of the books in the Incarnations of Immortality series have uite reached the level of the first book On a Pale Horse which achieved a near perfect balance of idea character and plot For Love of Evil however the sixth book in the series comes the closestIt sasy nough to see why that is The original series was only supposed to be five books long there was a fairly long gap between books five and six and Piers Anthony switched publishers going from Del Rey where he stablished his three best known series Xanth Apprentice Adept he Gone (Gone, established his three best known series Xanth Apprentice Adept Incarnations of Immortality to Ace where all three of those series got something of a facelift Xanth started a new magical trilogy following the first nine books with a new storyline Apprentice Adept followed up the original trilogy with a new story following the next generation of characters and Incarnations took its story beyond the original five Incarnations and published two novels looking at the two major Incarnations in the story Evil and GoodIn many ways For Love of Evil which as its name implies follows the Incarnation of Evil or Satan reads like a first book in a series Anthony stated in the author s note of this book that he was attempting to write this book for those who had read the first five books of the series and those who hadn t But to the point I think he also needed to write a book that his new publishers would actually publish There would be no coasting allowed hereSatan is a character who we have met as the main antagonist in the previous five books of the series well four and a half anyway and it would seem that his character is fairly straightforward he svil But in the previous novel we saw that Satan though the Incarnation of Evil is capable of love as he fell in love with Orb the Incarnation of Nature and proved his love by Threads Of The Shroud effectively destroying himself and leaving his office And this novel takes us back farther than any of the books in the series so far have to medieval times where we meet a young sorcerer s apprentice named Parry and his young wife Jolie The first chapters of the novel follow Parry through his life through a number of tragedies and finally we watch Parry slowly become corrupted byvil culminating in him becoming the Incarnation of Evil himself the character of SatanBut All Seated on the Ground evil is a very subjective thing and one of thing this novel does uite well isxplore the very nature of not only what Untitled. evil is but what the role of the Prince of Evil would be The character of Satan has two very conflicting roles in our mythology On the one hand he s supposed to be the antithesis of God the veryssence of Wiring everythingvil in the world But on the other hand he also punishes Against All Odds evil overseeing Hell wherevil souls go Parry himself struggles with this and Jingling Daddys Bells BDSM Menage eventually concludes that Satan and God should really be in cooperation withach other working together to sort out the good from the The DOS evil in the worldAnd this is also the first novel in which we actually get to see God the Incarnation of Good In the previous novels God never appears and there s some uestion as to whether God is simply honoring a covenant not to interfere in the lives of mortals or whether he sven paying attention This novel confirms the latter which is a common Against All Odds enough feeling among many If there really is a great power of Good watching over the world why is there so muchvil in the world This will be Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, and Metabolism explored in the seventh installment of the series of course but a great deal ofxploration happens here as wellThe character of Parry is also a fascinating one This is another book like With a Tangled Skein that covers a long period of time and follows the whole life of a person The first chapters showing Parry s corruption were very interesting to me as different definitions of Treasons, Stratagems, And Spoils evil werexplored and we saw that Parry always had the seeds of corruption within him because as a sorcerer he very often dealt in deception so it was Payment Due easynough for him to assume the office of the Prince of Lies We also see very often that Parry is doing things that are technically vil but doing them for a good cause both as the mortal Parry and also as Satan Indeed Satan is painted as the only one of the two major powers who. Parry was a gifted musician and an apprentice in the arts of White Magic But his life of sweet promise went disastrously awry following the sudden violent death of his beloved JolieLed down the twisted ,

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Orrible horrible horrible and I don consider it part of series I pretend it doesn t xistThat being said my comment applies Piers part of the series I pretend doesn t Pirate of the Pacific (Doc Savage, existThat being said my standard comment applies Piers is a pig so much so that sometimes I m ashamed of reading his books as a woman and I will neverver actually pay money on one of his books because I just can t support an author who devalues women as much as he does at least these books aren t uite as bad as the Xanth books are The concept is so cool and the way he writes it so painful and juvenilebut this one really was the greatest one in the series I mean it s about replacing the devil how could it not be So I give it The Rich and the Profane (Lovejoy, extra points Book source Home libraryParry was the adopted son to a very competent sorcerer Even though he was not the sorcerer s biological offspring he proved to have an aptitude for magic as well as having an uncommonly gifted singing voice When his beloved wife Jolie and his father die in the Albigensian Crusade precipitated by the mischief of Lucifer he joins the Brotherhood to hide and plot his revenge against the Horned One After thwarting a major plot of Lucifer s a demoness is sent to corrupt Parry and corrupt him she does In 1250 just as Parry s ailing body was ready to give up Lucifer appeared to claim his soul in person However Parry countered the spell Lucifer threw at him and with his dying breath he claimed the Office of Evil taking the name SatanAfter reading the first five books in this series much of the middle part of this story I start this by saying that I m still impressed with Anthony s imagination and ability to hold many character threads togetherHowever this is not at all a strongntry in the Incarnations series The main character Parry is a sorcerer in training in the Middle Ages already I m a little wary being a medievalist And rightly so Franciscans in France what because Anthony unfortunately twists history just Turbulence enough to fit the addition of magic but notnough to make it look purposeful Alternate histories need to be blatantly alternate but a lot of this just felt like he was reading Dan Brown for fact checkingAlso for all his wit and grace with language this volume has the unfortunate tendency to lapse into telling at the moments of critical importance And then his plan was about to come to fruition and he was so close And here s how other people reacted and it went according to plan and things were fine The Tropical Bioproductivity end What There were just a lot of solid build ups and completely anticlimactic letdowns in the adventures of ParrySatan which by the by felt rather long about 23 of the way throughI return to this series after about three or so years hiatus I think so I d forgotten a lot of what had happened in the first five volumes Fortunately Anthony has a lot of catch up going on in this narrative Unfortunately he does it in such a way that it s very much And Here s What You Need To Know To Understand This Reference which just kicked me out of the storyOh and in case you were wondering Hell is Dante s model Straight upI ll track down volume 7 because I hate to leave a series unfinished but I do hope it s better than this one This just felt flat the whole way round which is really bad when you re dealing with something as volatile as Evil This is my favorite book of thentire series It is actually dangerous because it actually makes a lot of sense and will most likely make the reader see Satan in a different light Personally I like this angle very much A good wizard becomes a priest rises in the clergy is seduced by a succubus and in his doting age assumes t I might be a minority here I bought this book without prior knowledge of other Incarnations of Immortality seri This was the best book in the Incarnations of Immortality Series Though I am generally put off by books that try to humanize God and the Devil Piers Anthony did it so well it can be forgiven The paradox that a soul should be condemned for a sin that was only committed because the soul was condemned draws attention to the one of the most Elizabeth Ann Seton excruciating theologic issues in Christianity That is How can a person commit a sin if the commission of that sin is part of God s plan and anxpression of His willThere is a tendency to overcritizie on the appearant disconnection of God from His creation but again that is forgivable in the context in which theologic uestions are raised At the time I read this book I was a lot less forgiving of these points and less capable wise of understanding that the point was not to bash Christianity but to cause the reader to analyze their own veiws Any book that makes a person think on that level is deserving of high marks Since it was also well written and Die Postmoderne Konstellation entertaining itarned the max. Arry found his true calling as the Incarnation of Evil And at the gates of Hell he prepared to wage war on the master himself Lucifer the dark lord with dominion over the infernal realms the ultimate pri. For Love of Evil
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