Mythology: The Wicked



[PDF] ✍ Mythology: The Wicked By Helen Boswell – E17streets4all.co.uk Book two of the Mythology series A demon with a pure heart, Micah Condie lives his life by a code of ethics, but breaking that code may be the only way for him to survive A supernatural entity in her Book two of the Mythology series A demon with a pure heart, Micah Condie lives his life by a code Mythology: The PDF or of ethics, but breaking that code may be the only way for him to survive A supernatural entity in her own right, Hope Gentry would do anything in her power to protect her loved ones, but she may be the one who puts them in perilWhen the Demon Impiorum challenges the laws that keep guardians and demons in balance, ancient enforcers of justice intervene Micah, Hope, and their mentor Jonathan become entangled in a conspiracy that will test even the deepest love and trust Someone will commit an act of betrayal Someone will forever abandon a loved one Someone will enter THE WICKED.Mythology: The Wicked

Helen Boswell loved to get lost in the pages of a story from the time she could sound out the Mythology: The PDF or words Originally from upstate New York, Helen spent much of her early adult life tromping around Buffalo, NYC, Toronto, and Las Vegas, those cities now serving as inspiration for the dark and gritty urban backdrops of her stories An author of both urban fantasy and contemporary romance, Helen loves to read and write characters that come to life with their beauty, flaws, and allHelen dedicates her time to raising her family of two boys, teaching college students, and of course, writing Find outabout Helen at helenboswell.

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    Mythology: The Wicked eBook ☆ Mythology: The PDF or puts them in perilWhen the Demon Impiorum challenges the laws that keep guardians and demons in balance, ancient enforcers of justice intervene Micah, Hope, and their mentor Jonathan become entangled in a conspiracy that will test even the deepest love and trust Someone will commit an act of betrayal Someone will forever abandon a loved one Someone will enter THE WICKED."/>
  • Mythology: The Wicked
  • Helen Boswell
  • English
  • 14 April 2019

10 thoughts on “Mythology: The Wicked

  1. says:

    It puzzles me how unknown Helen Boswell s series is I went into it, expectations low, and was surprised at how much I had thoroughly enjoyed the first installment The second book, The Wicked, is as addicting as the first I finished this book in one day In retrospect, I kind of regret doing that I find myself missing all the characters that I have come to love The non stop action kept me glued to the pages, and this book really just made me happy Finally, after a few hopelessly bad books, It puzzles me how unknown Helen Boswell s series is I went into it, expectations low, and was surprised at how much I had thoroughly enjoyed the first installment The second book, The Wicked, is as addicting as the first I finished this book in one day In retrospect, I kind of regret doing that I find myself missing all the characters that I have come to love The non stop action kept me glued to the pages, and this book really just made me happy Finally, after a few hopelessly bad books, I find myself being entertained instead of annoyed It s safe to say that this is definitely one of the better YA urban fantasy books The author handles the topic of demons effortlessly and uniquely, enough to make me read this book in one sitting I understand their world inside and out, which is a sign that the author has written a successful fantasy book Personally, I hate when the romance takes over the plot cough Sweet Peril cough I like romance and all, but when it takes over the plot Nuh uh That s when ragey Summer makes her appearance Thankfully, this book does not suffer from this There were a few cute kissing scenes, but they didn t spend the entire novel making out while the world around them was crumbling to pieces.Admittedly, the writing is not that great But I liked it I liked how it was concise and got straight to the point honestly, while reading this I really was not in the mood to read flowery writing The Wicked without a doubt has its own little flaws or probably it s just me being nit picky , but it does not fail to entertain me No, this book isn t life changing No, it s not a literary masterpiece It does, however, make me feel an immense amount of satisfaction The Mythology series deserves so muchattention it s certainly better than the YA UF books that are traditionally published from one of those big publishing houses walks away whistling with contentment

  2. says:

    I could go on and on about it, but there s really only one thing to say Effing brilliant.You don t often come across a sequel that s better than the first book, but this is one of those times If you loved Mythology, then you ll want to marry The Wicked That simple.

  3. says:

    Good ReadThis is a good book I recommend all 3 I willthan likely reread them again.

  4. says:

    You can read this and many other reviews on my YA book blog The White Unicorn An Open Letter To Mythology The Wicked,Well now, I feel like I ve really been inside your pages Oh wait, I guess, technically, I was Can I just say that it s weird seeing one s name in a book and reading it over and over It is, but it s also wonderful when she gets to have moments with one of your main book boyfriends So thank you for that Also, thanks for being so great on all the other levels You didn t let You can read this and many other reviews on my YA book blog The White Unicorn An Open Letter To Mythology The Wicked,Well now, I feel like I ve really been inside your pages Oh wait, I guess, technically, I was Can I just say that it s weird seeing one s name in a book and reading it over and over It is, but it s also wonderful when she gets to have moments with one of your main book boyfriends So thank you for that Also, thanks for being so great on all the other levels You didn t let me down and that speaks volumes, cause just like character me, I m kind of hard to please The White UnicornWow, this book is wonderful sequel that doesn t suffer from second book syndrome at all Boswell throws a ton of new characters into the mix to keep things fresh and yet never detracts from the original characters that she gave us in Mythology Yes, one of these said new characters is named Christianna, and no that s not a coincidence, she s actually named after me The fact that I know Boswell is not the reason that I m telling you that this series is awesome It has recently come to light that the series is in Hollywood s hands and has been optioned for a possible TV show or movie So you best read them now, so you can be hipsters of the book world who read the books before they were insanely popular.What I love about these books are the characters Hope, Micah and Jonathan are some of my personal favorites and Boswell didn t let me down in book two She s made things much messier for our leads this time around, if that s even possible, which she proves, it is Hope is trying to discover how to use her new powers, which causes some new developments She s both weaker and stronger, and it s an interesting mix to watch come to light Micah isn t doing so well and so he s making some questionable choices Jonathan isn t featured as much this time around, but when he shows up he s muchsurly, which might make me like him evenIf that s even possible Can you say book boyfriend Yes, those are the main characters, but Boswell also features a full cast of secondaries that add so much to the story We get to know Micah s best friend Troy a little better, as well as the demon s siblings Hope s brother Davie and best friend Sylvia have a main role And then of course we have the new kids Christianna, J.T., Collin and Sam, who add a whole new dimension to things.Boswell s world building also grows this time around The origin story is out of the way and her world really shines as one of the main stars It s a real landscape, but with demons and angels and drama and teen angst you get the world that she wants us to see She also dives us into places that you ve never seen, and never will, but she brings them alive with her words in a way that makes them real The love story is there, but it doesn t suffocate the rest of the story We still get really creepy moments, gory moments, tear inducing moments, sibling bonding moments and manykinds of moments The list would be too long for this review if I kept going.Point blank read these books Like Nike says just do it

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    I was lucky enough to read bits of this as Helen was writing it, but I was thrilled to find out that the whole was much greater than the sum of its parts and the parts themselves were quite good This is a sequel to Helen s Mythology, but I think this is one of those unique cases where the sequel is even better than the first novel.The book opens with Hope and Micah struggling to find a way for Micah to live with his demon status Micah s values mean that he refuses to steal souls from others, I was lucky enough to read bits of this as Helen was writing it, but I was thrilled to find out that the whole was much greater than the sum of its parts and the parts themselves were quite good This is a sequel to Helen s Mythology, but I think this is one of those unique cases where the sequel is even better than the first novel.The book opens with Hope and Micah struggling to find a way for Micah to live with his demon status Micah s values mean that he refuses to steal souls from others, but without this energy, he will die in a matter of years At the same time, they re drawn into a local conspiracy as young demon boys keep surfacing, dead As the two struggle to solve this mystery, Hope continues to master her own powers and Micah finds himself as a pawn in still another power struggle, this time with the powerful Praxidikai, who strive to maintain balance between demons and guardians All of this sounds like it might be too much, but Helen does such a great job weaving together different storylines.And at the heart of it all is Micah s relationship with Hope Where book 1 was from Hope s perspective, book two interweaves Hope and Micah s perspectives And I have to say, I really love Micah He s sweet, but real, which means he has flaws and he makes mistakes with real consequences.The story was fast paced, the writing generally clean, and the romance itself had some definitely swoon worthy moments I really enjoyed this and I can t wait to read book three No pressure, of course, Helen

  6. says:

    This is the second in Boswell s trilogy and the first to give readers the chance to read Micah from his POV I adore Micah He s trying to do the right thing, trying to solidify his identity and reconcile if that identity is automatically locked into his status as a demon I love the way Boswell captures the male voice it s a great book.

  7. says:

    I was given an eCopy of this book from the author in exchange for honest review I wholeheartedly believe this series is a hidden gem that many YA urban fantasy lovers are missing out on I love this series so much The first book was wonderful read my review here but this book blew it out of the water This installment begins with Hope and Micah both struggling with their current status in the world of angels and demons Both Micah and Hope are struggling to figure out a way for Micah to surv I was given an eCopy of this book from the author in exchange for honest review I wholeheartedly believe this series is a hidden gem that many YA urban fantasy lovers are missing out on I love this series so much The first book was wonderful read my review here but this book blew it out of the water This installment begins with Hope and Micah both struggling with their current status in the world of angels and demons Both Micah and Hope are struggling to figure out a way for Micah to survive past his 5 year or maybe less deadline If he doesn t start feeding his deimos by stealing souls he won t survive Hope, in turn, must learn to deal with her new gifts and balance her normal life without anyone finding out about what happened.As if life isn t stressful enough for Hope and Micah, a new dark force comes crashing into their lives This force threatens to destroy everything Micah and Hope care about People they love are threatened and no place is safe, not their homes, not their school With this dark force brings some new characters into the mix It also sends Micah into a downward spiral, threatening his control over his life, and the choices he has made Micah is thrown deeper into the demon world, all in hopes of saving the people he cares about.I have to say that I still love the characters in these books Sometimes as a series progresses I find some characters to become mundane or annoying I didn t have this problem with any of the characters in Mythology I still love Hope and Micah, and I love that their chemistry is alive within the pages but doesn t overshadow the plot Sometimes romance really takes over and diminishes the world building and story telling This doesn t happen in this book, Micah and Hope have their quiet, romantic moments but when the world is falling apart around them, they put their priorities in order.I think Boswell does a fantastic job of world building and telling a unique tale of angels and demons Despite the forbidden romance aspect of the whole story, it doesn t overshadow the big details and it doesn t become the whole story The main characters find a balance between their love life, their friends, and their families Which brings me to another thing I find refreshing about Mythology The main characters have families In a lot of books the topic of family is glossed over and it leads me to question where are your parents Although both MC s parent s aren t alive, they have families caregivers that take care of them and are an integral part of their lives I love this I could go on and on about why I love Micah and Hope but I think I said a lot of that in my review of the first book and all of it still holds true Micah is such a genuinely nice and caring person which is endears him so much to me It s always great when an author chooses to write outside of the norm Hope is as lively and brave as ever and she really starts to come into her own in this book Jonathan begins to take on a bit of a new role in this book which is interesting to watch and also a little shocking at times Speaking of shocking many events in this book did just that, they shocked me I definitely felt certain scenes stabbed me right in the heart.Mythology The Wicked is an outstanding sequel and doesn t suffer from the sopho slump that many series fall victim to It s action packed and I was engrossed from the very beginning I would recommend this series to those who love YA and those who are particularly looking for a story that is creatively told

  8. says:

    Micah and Hope are fighters Fighting for the same thing each other But in Mythology The Wicked forces beyond them work to rip apart everything they have fought to keep Secrets become revealed, secrets are kept and decisions are made Either way everything changes.Micah battles his true nature everyday, refusing to give into the darkness that grows within The darkness that literally kills him with every breath But Micah is a fighter Determined to live his life by a very high moral code Micah and Hope are fighters Fighting for the same thing each other But in Mythology The Wicked forces beyond them work to rip apart everything they have fought to keep Secrets become revealed, secrets are kept and decisions are made Either way everything changes.Micah battles his true nature everyday, refusing to give into the darkness that grows within The darkness that literally kills him with every breath But Micah is a fighter Determined to live his life by a very high moral code But alone, Micah is forced to make a decision that may very well be the end of him, Hope and everyone he cares about Hope fights to find her balance in her new life With Jonathan as her guide and Micah as her guiding force, she is a force for good But she faces choices, revelations and consequences of her own There are two sides to every story To sides to every coin Yin and Yang Right and Wrong Light and Dark And there are consequences for every decision we make For some the consequences are known while the choice is made But for some the choice is made while the consequences lay hidden in the dark where it s dangerous to go Mythology The Wicked is that story A story of choices Decisions that have lasting consequences Ones that lead our characters down paths they thought they would never travel I have always loved stories about good vs evil And I commend Helen Boswell for shaking things up with the old good vs evil fight Who says darkness snuffs out the light And that darkness can t breed light Micah shows us that light can be bred in the dark He is a beacon for all that is good and is a fighter in every sense of the word No matter the darkness or consequences he faces he always fights for truth, love, good, and the right Micah brings light to dark places and deserves all the good, all the love and most definitely Hope.The characters in Mythology The Wicked are beautifully crafted It is obvious that author Helen Boswell puts a lot of thought and time into developing the entire life of her characters They are not just surface characters but have real substance They are characters you fight for as hard as they fight for each other And it s not just the main characters that get this treatment, but every character that graces the page Each one adding another layer to the story.Mythology The Wicked is an explosive story full of twists and turns that you never see coming You know something is going to happen You can feel it like a weight with every page you turn Every choice Hope and Micah makes adds another weight to your chest You know bad things are going to happen, but there is nothing you can do to stop it And no matter how many times you yell at your kindle or book you know that the choices are already made But trust me that didn t stop me from yelling at both Micah and Hope every step of the way Mythology The Wicked is one of those stories that you can t help but devour It is delectable in every sense of the word It has great characters, action, good vs evil, love, and a story that will leave you with a weight on your chest and it is one you will welcome

  9. says:

    The second book in the Mythology series continues pretty much where book one finished Micah and Hope are together, but Micah is having to fight his instincts every step of the way, which has an impact on how he and Hope are She is supportive in every sense, but she can t fight every battle for him Things are not easy for them both though, either at school or in their personal lives They both have choices to make and things to do, which will lead them in differing ways Will they be able to w The second book in the Mythology series continues pretty much where book one finished Micah and Hope are together, but Micah is having to fight his instincts every step of the way, which has an impact on how he and Hope are She is supportive in every sense, but she can t fight every battle for him Things are not easy for them both though, either at school or in their personal lives They both have choices to make and things to do, which will lead them in differing ways Will they be able to work this through This is a full on and action packed book Although I enjoyed it, it didn t have as much impact on me as the first one, I think because it is quite fragmented into which story is currently being told Don t get me wrong, I understand that this is the way it needs to be to cover everything and to get the story told, I m just not a big fan of separate storylines within one This is well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that I found The storyline was smooth within each particular story and culminated together nicely at the end A good addition to the series, and I m still looking forward to continuing Micah and Hope s story Verified Purchase onMerissaArchaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books

  10. says:

    Boswell delivers such a great sequel with The Wicked Micah and Hope find themselves pulled deeper into the world of guardians and demons, but there is something out there that seems to be watching their every move Hope discovers an encouraging twist to her new found guardian status, and Micah gets to see another realm of the Earth Both havegrowing to do in this cleverly woven tale of young adult literature eagerly awaitsdemon love

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