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Solatium Beth Ryder s dangerously sexy and seemingly all powerful boss has disappeared leaving an increasingly desperate group of Nolanders and one inept Second in charge of policing other worldly activity ac

  • Title: Solatium
  • Author: Becca Mills
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 328
  • Format: ebook
  • Beth Ryder s dangerously sexy and seemingly all powerful boss has disappeared, leaving an increasingly desperate group of Nolanders and one inept Second in charge of policing other worldly activity across much of North America What better time for a legendary monster to emerge from the Second Emanation and make New York City its hunting ground But little does Beth knBeth Ryder s dangerously sexy and seemingly all powerful boss has disappeared, leaving an increasingly desperate group of Nolanders and one inept Second in charge of policing other worldly activity across much of North America What better time for a legendary monster to emerge from the Second Emanation and make New York City its hunting ground But little does Beth know that dealing with the voracious Thirsting Ground will pale in comparison to a shocking betrayal that threatens to destroy her new life among the Nolanders.

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    1. C. on said:

      First of all, I beta'd for this story (i.e I read the non-edited rough draft). It was about 600 pages, and I couldn't read it on my Kindle because it's old and apparently doesn't like DOCX files. This means I had to read it on my computer. I promised I'd get back to the author in a week.It took me two days to read the story because I couldn't tear myself away from my computer. My children were neglected, my husband was irritated.I love this series. I look forward to the last book so much. The Em [...]

    2. Ceeann Lynn Hanna on said:

      Great stuff Where is the next book!Imaginative, Fae brought to the current century and a reasonable approximation of what Underhill might actually be. Well written prose with well considered pacing. So again. When is the next book available Get busy!

    3. Grace's Potato on said:

      Please please please tell me there will be a book 3. I miss Ghosteater already! 😭

    4. Michele on said:

      Elizabeth is finally settling into her life in New York. As a trainee, her job is learning how to keep humans oblivious of the Second Emanation. Things get weird when her superior, Lord Cordus disappears and the team must combat a dangerous Second. Like the first book, this feels like three books. In part 1, Beth adjusts to her Nolander life assuming she understands its dynamics. Part 2 throws those assumptions away. Cordus sends her on a mission to Fur, home of the Ice Men. The trip is long and [...]

    5. Courtney on said:

      Takes you to a dozen New worldsAmazing complexity. I enjoyed the countless cultures and points of view that Mills took care in creating. I could easily spend years reading more of these worlds! Haven't been drawn to a series like this in years. Excellent story telling.

    6. Melinda on said:

      I think this second book in the series was even better than the first which is saying a lot because the first book was excellent.Beth Ryder has discovered a whole new world living right alongside humankind. She is one of the rare people who can see the other worldly creatures called ‘Second Emanations or S-Ems’ who live amongst humans. Some S-Ems disguise themselves as humans and some actually look human and those are the ones who humans can see but because they appear human, nobody suspects [...]

    7. Donna on said:

      I read Nolander as part of the Gods and Mortals anthology. Solatium was just as enjoyable as the first book in the series. I'd like to note that this book has obviously been edited by someone with a good grasp of the English language. I did not find any errors in grammar or spelling, or inappropriate words being used to flesh out a sentence. I am disappointed that the third book has not been released yet, although it was supposed to come out in 2016 and here we are in the middle of 2017. Solatiu [...]

    8. Kathi on said:

      was a good story, but have been left hanging bcz the author has not done the last book, which was supposed to be released in "early 2016" according to her website, and she is not replying anymore to any fans' reviews begging to know when, or even IF, there will be an ending to the story! I really hope she does complete this story, bcz it was good and has much potential for additional stories to be told from it.

    9. Louise Kidder on said:

      Oh what a great writer creates!The imagery of the story is wonderful! Reading of the varied stratums, the elders, and nolanders were easy to get immersed in! I do hope this is NOT the last book for the short series as (trying not to be a spoiler) I would like the story to come full circle and a face off with Lord Cordus and a Victorious Miss Ryder!

    10. Jeffrey W Anderson on said:

      I just finished this second book of this series. I thought book 1 was really good, and this book was great! The worlds were described such that I could see mental images that were real. The characters are all great and I especially like Ghosteater. I really hope that there is an Emanations book #3.

    11. Betsy the Quilter on said:

      Epic fantasy. So good.I'm totally engrossed in this world after reading the second book. The depth and complexity of the world and the growth of the main character, Beth, have kept me enthralled. Can't wait for book three.

    12. Anna on said:

      Loved this book!Kept me interested from beginning to end. Lot's of fascinating creatures and well thought out 'worlds' started to get sad as I neared the end of the book, didn't want it to end. Looking forward to book 3. Go Becca!

    13. S E Wendeler-Short on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and the first in this series.Can't wait for the next installment. I want to hear all about Beth's time with the elder beasts and if she masters her gift.

    14. Sonia on said:

      FascinatingThis story was so far out of the ordinary I can’t help but be intrigued. However, there is obviously more to come as the ending was not a real ending.

    15. Victoria on said:

      4.5Looking forward to the third book! Read the second through to the end late into the night

    16. Marja on said:

      I've been in a reading slump lately and it took me two whole months to finish this but it's not the books fault, although it's pretty long. The world that Becca Mills has created is truly unique and fascinating! This started off a bit slow but I enjoyed reading it and I'm looking forward to the next one in the series. I only wish I had read this straight after the first one as I had hard time remembering everything we learned in the first book. The glossary of terms and people at the end of the [...]

    17. Erin Penn on said:

      Book 2 of the series (book 1 is free, as is the short story) and the world-building just keeps getting better. The character building does as well, and the plot, and the complications. For fairly new readers this may be the best book you have ever read (for those of us who have been gobbling books for decades, this is a surprising gem).I believe these worlds - the way each splits off the First Emanation provides millions of years of dinosaurs throughout the Second Emanations - so I believe the b [...]

    18. Hillary Gamerow on said:

      WonderfulBecca Mills' writing is every bit good as you'd expect from someone who teaches writing. Her worlds within worlds feel as real as the one we see when we reluctantly lift our eyes from the screen. Through the eyes of Beth Ryder, we're introduced to the Emanations and the people who live within them: places of ordinary life, overlaid with wonder, terror and beauty. Beth is a vr young 23 when we meet her - young and forced to grow up fast as the extent of her power emerges. Ms. Mills pays [...]

    19. Erin Cannon on said:

      I absolutely love this book and this world. I love the beautifully nuanced world building Ms. Mills does, and the very relatable heroine. I love the slow build on the relationship between Beth and Williams and I love the way the world is slowly expanding as we see it through Beth's eyes. In short, I've been really impressed by this series. It is fantastic reading and I cannot wait for the next one.

    20. Erica Glass on said:

      So happy I discovered this author! The creativity in here is just crazy amazing. The only bad part was at the end, when the author mentions #3 should be out in 2016, lol. But I can understand why each book needs time.

    21. Patience Moss on said:

      OutstandingExcellent read, the characters are rich, dimensional, and believable. I found myself dreaming of the characters and the adventures and dangers faced while traveling to Fur. Cannot wait for book 3!

    22. Tylline Morgan on said:

      Very well written and enjoyableI didn't know where the book was going even after reading the first. All I know is that it kept my interest and still does. I will be purchasing the next book

    23. Emma on said:

      I couldn't put it down, much like the first book! There was excitement from beginning to end. I loved how we get to see more of the S-Em in this book and we could get a better understanding of how everything worked. I am so stoked for the third book!

    24. Anita on said:

      Loved itI can hardly wait for the next in the series. Great pacing, the story keeps you enthralled and you're wondering what will happen to Beth next?

    25. Paula Dawson on said:

      A gripping taleFull of fascinating characters, imaginative colourful, complex worlds. This book, like the first, hooks you in. I thoroughly enjoyed it,can't wait for the next one

    26. Lindsey Anderson on said:

      Great follow-upLoved the second as much as the first. Great character development and Beth is a very relatable character. I am looking forward to the next one.

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