Book Review (ARC): Greed (Sins of the Fallen #2) by Karina Espinosa

Published August 2014

Published August 2014

Now that Max know’s his is Wrath life is as complicated as ever. After losing his mother in a battle against Abbadon, Max and Jones are on the run. But there are questions that need to be answered and since Max’s father won’t answer them, Max and Jones go to find another nephilim, Greed, which leads them to Las Vegas.

But the fact that Greed, is reluctant to help only pushes Max further. But Max doesn’t understand that sometimes the answers are worst than the questions being asked.

I like Ms. Karina’s writing style. It is very distinct and captivating. However, I cannot stand Max. He is very childish and way too emotional with everything.

He thinks he can handle everything and he is the strongest out of them all. I was hoping that book one would have showed him that isn’t the case but it really only got worst. I think the most horrible part of his personality is when he acts like he is better than anyone and has this huge sense of entitlement. I was expectin growth. I understand he is Wrath and there are going to be more downs than ups but he is a child and it was just rough to read.

What I did like was Greed. He brought more life to the book by being the comic relief and not dealing with beating around the bush. I like his smoothness; he wasn’t what I expected from someone who is Greed.

I’m still confused about Max’s father; there are so many questions and issue I have with him its crazy. I am also still confused about Angela and the relationship with Max (it seems forced).

However, despite my issues with the characters, the story was developed very well and it did keep my attention although I was frustrated with Max.

3 Pickles

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