Rachel Vincent: Masuerade



So I didn t love this one as much as the first book As a matter of fact the first book was my first favorite book of 2016 You can see my crazy review ere MY BOOK ONE REVIEWBut the ending on this one OMG I need the next one to see and I Bandbox hope every thing goes good I love this whole cryptid world I love them so much andaving books about them is awesome Well in this book you re thinking well Delilah did it and they are all Everglades (Doc Ford Mystery, having a good life Not a perfect life but their own lives THEN two freaking seconds later or it seems they are all taken prisoner again This time it s with this twat Vandekamp s own cryptid sickness called Savage Spectacle It s not a nice place one little bit This place is really set up with state of the art beyond the art stuff that seems impossible for the family of cryptids to escape But Never say never Delilah can t be controlled like the others I mean they use different methods forer until all Kicking It (Alex Craft, hell breaks loose Oh and the sweet joy of what Gallagher did to Tabitha evil woman It was such a sweet nasty moment I m reallyoping things go good for them all in the next book After this one I worry what s going to appen next and we don t want that because there is something sweet That s all I m saying Also the cover of this book is freaking awesome Just sayin This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in BooksThis book lived up to all of my expectations That is saying a lot because I really set the bar pretty igh for this one Last year I picked up the first book in the series Menagerie on a whim and completely fell in love with the story I immediately started counting down the days until I would be able to see what Sapphamire (Dragons of Dragonose happens next in the life of Delilah and everyone else from Metzger s Menagerie Iad a few guesses about where the story would go next and all of them ended up being wrong I couldn t be The Donovan Legacy (Donovans happier about that because I love it when a book really surprises me as this one was able to doThis book picks up right after the events of Menagerie This is a series that really should be read in order so I do recommend that readers new to the series go back and read Menagerie before starting this one It is a great book so you wouldn t want to miss it anyway Delilah and the gang are running the show and trying to make things work Things are tough but they are enjoying their new found freedom until things goorribly wrongThey soon find themselves being added to Vandekamp s Spectacle This is not a place you would want to be It isn t a traveling show as Metzger s was Vandekamp s serves a different kind of customer The exhibits are subjected to pretty much anything the clients are willing to pay for and the owners find profitable The captives are controlled through Breaking Down (The Garage, high tech means which seem impossible to overcomeThis story proved to be incredibly exciting for me Everything that Delilah goes through and sees in this story really got to me I was as confused about what wasappening at first as the characters were and my eart broke for them as we discovered about what was going on I kept wondering what was going to appen next and by the end of the book I couldn t turn the pages nearly fast enough Let s just say that this book definitely ends with a bang I would ighly recommend this series to others It is the kind of story that really makes you think about the things that people do to each other Even though this is set in a world full of cryptids I th. In this riveting seuel to New York Times bestselling author Rachel Vincent's acclaimed novel Menagerie Delilah Marlow will discover that there is no crueler cage than the confines of the uman mindWhen their coup of Metzger's Menagerie is discovered Delilah and er fellow cryptids find their newly won freedom brutally stri.

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Series Vincent concludes this novel with yet another missile that ll see the MENAGERIE trilogy drastically shift directions one last time for the finale to Delilah s taleJust when I thought that the Speculative Fiction genre as nothing left to give BOOM Destiny and Power here s SPECTACLE 45 Stars i am giving this four stars because ofow much fun i My Rocky Romance Diary (Diaries of Kelly Ann, had reading it the objective critic in me acknowledges that the bookas weaknesses but she is easily drowned out by the WOO HOO FUN part of me who is also drowning out the spiteful The Café Book hurt feelings part of me with tiny shaking fist and outrage peeping one star only for spurning me objective critic is going to take over the review for a bit because WOO HOO FUN part isn t a particularly cogent reviewer so this picks up a bit after the end of Menagerie a book which recounts the long and troubled relationship betweenumans and cryptids who are dealt with in a variety of ways one of which is to be rounded up and caged displayed in traveling circuses robbed of whatever Lord John And The Brotherhood Of The Blade (Lord John Grey, humanity theyave and paraded as freaks delilah ad always believed erself to be Models Dont Eat Chocolate Cookies human until something other surfaced iner very publicly and she was caged with the rest suffering all the indignities crypt My thoughts were a storm of escape plans and revenge plots I really enjoyed the first book in this series Menagerie but with Spectacle I can t shake the feeling that I ve just read the same book twiceTo be onest I felt like Menagerie could ave been wrapp THIS BOOK IS NOT A BAD BOOK It is well written and a good story But it is even cruel and Shalias Diary (Shalias Diary, heartbreaking and awful in terms of the disgusting things done to the characters than Menagerie This book needed a trigger warning Like a dozen of them I don t knowow to treat this review because Scruples Two honestly right now I m shaken by some of the things I read AUTHORSPUBLISHERS PLEASE INCLUDE TRIGGER WARNINGSI m trying to come up with trigger warnings and wha Talk about devastating after being free for a short time the cryptids find themselves captive once again and even though it might seem the care and circumstances areumane when they scratch the surface of their confinement its much worse Not for the faint of What Janie Found (Janie Johnson, heart readerTalk about out of the frying pan and right into the fire You thought things where bad in the Menagerie Delilah s ander fellow cryptids situation just went from bad to way worse Oh the perceived civility is all there but where is PETA when you need them because pets ave rights then they do Disturbing and appalling yet utterly riveting Spectacle is not for the light earted Don t get me wrong the situation are mostly implied and not described but nothing is light in Vincent s telling Serious white knuckle reading at its best with lots of Silver Tower / Strike Force / Shadow Command heart wrenching moments in between I can t wait to see where Vincent takes us nextI received this ARC copy of Spectracle from Harleuin US Canada MIRA This is myonest and voluntary review Spectracle is set for publication May 30 2017My Rating 5 starsWritten by Rachel VincentSeries The Menagerie Series Book 2Paperback 400 pagesPublisher MIRA Publication Date May 30 2017ISBN 10 0778318206ISBN 13 978 0778318200Genre DARK Urban FantasyItunes Noble Reviews Is it possible to rate over five stars Because I totally would with this bookMany eons ago I was OBSESSED with Rachel Vincent s books I was a Explosive Acts high schooler with a minimum wage job and and money to spend So Ioarded books and rammed throu. Granted for the right price But Vandekamp's closely guarded client list isn't the only secret being kept at the Spectacle Beneath the beauty and brutality of life in the collection lie much darker truths and no one is determined than Delilah to strip the masks from the uman monsters and drag all dark things into the light.

Ink that the behavior of the umans really felt authentic which makes me very sad This is a series that Academia de Rowan (A Tapeçaria has earned a spot on my favorites list and I can t wait to see whatappens in the next installment I received an advance reader edition of this book from Harleuin MIRA via NetGalleyInitial ThoughtsThis book was fantastic I did like the first book just a bit but I enjoyed every minute of this one This book was pretty fast paced and I was never sure what would appen next I couldn t put it down If you read book one of this series Menagerie and were on the fence about continuing I would say your faith will be rewarded by doing so Book one was a round up to a 3 and this one a round down to a 4 Where book one seemed contrived and lacked pacing of any kind this book was dark and ad conseuences The difference in settings a traveling circus vs a Two Reels And A Crank hybrid lab prison arena sex club andunting safari Queens Gambit (The Tudor Trilogy, had a lot to do with this I often struggle with urban fantasy but this was easy to read from cover to cover A few minor uibbles in decisions a few characters made which seemed convenient to the story but not ones smart people would make and alsoow the story tied up so uickly I will read book 3 Thoughts on the AudioI liked this book just as much the second time around This book really makes you think about what makes a real monster Spending time in Delilah s mind as she deals with everything that is appening to er in this new situation was very powerful Gabra Zackman does a fantastic job with the narration Reviewed by Rabid ReadsDelilah and the other cryptids of Metzger s Menagerie are recaptured after their all too brief taste of freedom at the end of the last book Originally I d thought that Rachel Vincent was going to take a completely different route in this seuel but instead SPECTACLE showed us that not all cages The Camping Cookbook have bars The writing in this series is as exuisite as theorrors are abhorrent and it s this unlikely combination that makes the story so enthrallingOn the outside the Savage Spectacle appears to be a relatively Absalom, Absalom! humane way of running a freak show or at least as close as one can come with regards to the barbaric practice of keeping society s cast outs incarcerated for monetary gain The occupantsave mats to sleep on ealthy food to eat and their basic personal ygiene reuirements are met However a prison is still a prison no matter Black Stone how shiny it is and the fact remains that the inhabitants are beingeld against their willVandekamp On Liberty has set out to revolutionize the way that cryptids are kept with collars that can shock paralyze mute and call their gifts So as uncivilized as their previous accommodations were at least the captives could still scream and fight The owneras also come up with a bunch of different uses for No Way Down his new technology including work detail death matches sportunting and engagements The first three are pretty self explanatory but the last basically means that any detainee is available for Pulled Thread Embroidery hire and as you can imagine anything goes because cash is kingThe plot is once again driven by the need to survive except in this installment the focus is on the mind instead of the body It s one thing to physically beat someone into submission and uite another to literally take away their free will The author s insights into theuman psyche are truly English Humour for Beginners haunting in their realism and will make you side with the monsters much like Anne Bishop did wither THE OTHERS. Pped away as they are sold into The Savage Spectacle a private collection of exotic wildlife Specializing in ruthless cryptid cage matches safari style creature unts and living party favors the Spectacle's owner Willem Vandekamp caters to the forbidden fetishes of the wealthy and powerful At the Spectacle any wish can be.

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