Saturday, March 18, 2017

The Afterlife of Alyx & Israel Review

The Afterlife of Alyx & Israel
Written by: Hanna Peach
Published: July 3, 2016

Goodreads Synopsis:
Once upon a lifetime, Alyx & Israel lost each other...

In their new mortal lives, Alyx & Israel don't remember anything about their past. And they have never crossed paths. Until some old friends decide to secretly nudge destiny along, their efforts almost destroying everything…

Now Alyx’s life lies in the balance, trapped in a coma deep within a DreamScape maze city. The only one who can help her escape is Israel, a man she doesn't remember. They need to find a mysterious Mapmaker and solve his riddle. But is this Mapmaker hiding something?

Brandi's Thoughts:
The Afterlife of Alyx & Israel by Hanna Peach
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

OMG!!!! Hanna you have done it again, I absolutely loved this book. I just started reading this series about a month ago, so when I read AngelDust I was so upset with the ending. I just wanted more of Alyx and Israel. Super excited to hear you were releasing this one and then another Dark Angel novel.

****May contain some spoilers:

Anyways, to the review. The book was wonderful! Absolutely, loved the comic relief of having Vix, Jordan, and B right in the beginning; also through the book sometimes. I am so glad you chose those characters to come into this book and be apart of bringing Alyx and Israel together. :) Enjoyed your riddles in this as well. I am not very good at deciphering them myself so I like reading them figure them out by steps. I really liked how the dreamscape kinda felt like a game with all the obstacle they had to overcome and of course the riddles. Everything was well described and matched the events from the previous books.

I tried to read it and think about it as a standalone, to see if it would make sense (kinda hard though because I have read them all (: ). I do believe it could be read as a standalone and actually make sense. Hanna provided enough flashbacks, which I loved too, to understand the depth of Alyx & Israel. I do believe that if a reader decides to read this as a standalone, they will be tempted to go back and read the whole Alyx & Israel story. Which I definitely recommend too!!!

I enjoyed this series so much that I want to buy paperbacks for my library.

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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