Book review: Archangel’s Shadows

Archangel's ShadowsArchangel’s Shadows by Nalini Singh

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Song: Eyes Wide Open by Gotye

Hell, I know this was supposed to be mostly Ash & Janvier book, but Naasir totally stole the show from them. In his usual unapologetic way.

To be fair, Ashwini and Janvier were very sweet and playfull, and had a great chemistry between them. Their storyline was gripping and fun, bloody brilliant twist was made with Ash’s ability and her family. With bittersweet notes as well as joyfull streaks, courtesy of miss Singh’s amazing talant.

The suummer niiiiiiights! Oops, sorry, automatic reaction there. What I was saying is that Naasir is just something special.

“Am I a person, Dmitri? Will you be sad if I die?”
Hardened and cruel thought he’d become, the innocent question had shaken him. “Yes,” he’d said, as honest in his answer as Naasir had been in his question. “You are a person. You are Naasir. I’ll lose a piece of me if you die and it’s a piece I’ll never get back.”
Naasir had stared at him for a long time before coming over to hug him. “Okay, Dmitri. I’m sorry. I didn’t know I was a person before.”

You see what I mean? That boy is precious. Lethal and wild, deffinitely feral, but both innocent and charming at the same time. The thing with the present was damn hilarious and I can’t wait to read about more of Naasir’s adventures.

Over and out


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