The Immortal Crown is the second novel in the acclaimed Age of X series from New York Times bestselling author, Richelle Mead. Religious. Book Review: Richelle Mead’s The Immortal Crown. Posted August 15, by Kathy Davie in. I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest. Buy The Immortal Crown: Age Of X Book 2 from Dymocks online BookStore. Find latest reader reviews and much more at Dymocks.

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Age of X There was more of everything—more gods trying to gain a toe-hold, more places to explore, more secondary characters to love, more sinister villains, more kick-assery from Mae, more brilliant manipulations from Justin, just MORE.

With everything going on, it’s sure to keep all sorts of readers on their toes. I adore Richelle Mead but this series took me by surprise. Still, I can understand and appreciate the dilemma for Mae and Justin raised in a godless environment. The author managed to create a very unique world-building with complicated social structure and a world that is, basically, consisted of two areas that are rich and advanced in technology and the rest of the world is almost barbaric.

The misogyny in this story is almost overwhelming and more than I could bear. She adds in the mythology of various cultures and has those gods jockeying for power over the people.

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Notify me of new posts by email. The world building in this series is fabulous, full of details a Initial Thoughts: No trivia or quizzes yet. The Gods This is no doubt one immoral the most interesting and tichelle aspect of the book: I can’t wait to get my hands on this book!


Justin and Mae are as flawed as always, but they’ve grown a lot since the first book. Ula Blog of Erised.

This book is like a chess game. What are their long-term goals? Out of the resulting chaos emerged new countries like the RUNA, who mandated gene swapping programes, because people with more diverse genetic backgrounds had better chances of surviving the virus.

Olivia is the costumer. I loved how Mead was able to create a whole new atmosphere in this book.

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The Emerald Sea The final installment in Richelle Mead’s sweeping, enthralling Glittering Court series answers the trilogy’s biggest question: The title is what the gods seem to be striving for, The Immortal Crown. Pretty much all the things I love to read! A promising first book in a projected series. We know that there is a bigger plot going on in the background of this series and Justin and Mae are dealing with being part of the elect and their different deities, while still continuing on investigations for the IS and RUNA.

After the Decline, the Patricians were exempt from the gene swapping rules, because they made huge donations to the baby RUNA. Get your shit together, Eugenie Markham.

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I looked up some of the gods mentioned in this series, and one of the abilities ascribed to this newest god is troubling. A life-long reader, Richelle has always loved mythology and folklore.


This book is set for publication May 29, I’m all in, guys. Age of X 3 books. Excuse me, but since when are guests required to help cook the meals and clean? I actually found her to be a little boring in the first book but it was nice to see her have more of a separate plot line in The Immortal Crown.

The terms was hard to grasp. I was also thinking that it seemed like the South back in the old, bad times before slavery was outlawed. You can really see that Mead has matured very much in her writing with this highly ambitious story. A copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I mean, I saw him.

Melissa Harley Bear Book Blog. Immortal Crown isn’t the book I was hoping but I did really like it. Is there even going to be a next book?

Maybe it’s because cron of my favorite cities is the capital, but I digress. I like the cover Donna lmmortal a follower of Tezcatlipoca.

Here, in a society where women are commodities and religion is intertwined with government, Justin discovers powerful forces at work, even as he struggles to come to terms with his own reluctantly acquired deity.