Dreamless - Starcrossed (Paperback)Josephine Angelini (author)
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A story of love, destiny and feuding families with extraordinary powers, descended from the heroes of ancient Greece, Dreamless is the second book in the heartstopping Starcrossed series by Josephine Angelini.
Tasked with descending to the underworld and killing the Furies, Helen must endure hellish torture whenever she goes to sleep - she wanders around the various levels of hell with no idea how to complete her task, and she's beginning to suffer from extreme exhaustion. Although she still trains with the Delos clan, Helen and Lucas are coming to terms with the fact that they cannot be together. Lucas believes that the only way Helen will complete her quest is if he leaves her alone completely, so he tells her he doesn't want to see her again and that he never loved her. Distraught, Helen carries on with her mission, and for the first time meets another person down in the shadowy underworld: Orion, descended from Adonis and with the power to control desire, he is the heir to the house of Rome and an outcast. He's also kind of hot. Confused by her conflicting emotions but glad to have an ally in hell, Helen begins to realize the enormity of her task . . .
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Number of pages: 512
Weight: 360 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 30 mm
Edition: Unabridged edition
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“Great sequel to a great book!”
Wow. You know when you finish a book, and you just want to cry because it's over? That's how I felt finishing Dreamless. The characters are so well developed that you really feel like you know them. Orion,... More
“A stunning sequel to Starcrossed”
Dreamless was an very entertaining and action filled read. You know those sequels to awesome books, that basically contain a bunch of setting up for the final instalment rather than anything interesting happening?... More
“Un-putdownable! Read it in under 12 hours!”
This is the second instalment of Josephine Angelini’s best selling Starcrossed trilogy and definitely lives up to its predecessor.
With twists and turns throughout, this book will grip you and keep you wanting more.... More
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