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Asylum (Causal Enchantment Book 2) (English Edition) de [Tucker, K.A.]
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Tucked away in Sofie’s wintery asylum with no hope of release for years, Evangeline must come to terms with her situation: the curse still plagues her, she’s now hunted by a two thousand-year-old vampire, and the guy she’s in love with tried to kill her. Plus, she’s locked up with a cranky Max and the Forero kids—two people everyone seems to prefer dead over alive. Things aren’t looking good.

Meanwhile, back in Manhattan, Sofie struggles to keep forty trapped and bloodthirsty Ratheus vampires at bay and a desperate Viggo from killing Evangeline’s friends, all while hints stir outside the walls of the NYC vampire asylum of a war brewing between the Sentinel and the witches.

Is there any hope for Evangeline and Caden? Can Sofie control the rival powers? Is the fate of Earth predestined?

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  • Editor: K.A.Tucker (29 de diciembre de 2011)
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Vampires, Witches, and K.A.Tucker! 26 de abril de 2016
Por Lorna - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
(Original review posted on Rabid in 2014)In the last two days, I re-read the first in this series, Anathema, and enjoyed it all over again. Then I read this one and also enjoyed it. Anyone that has read the Ten Tiny Breaths series by this author, already knows what a good author K.A.Tucker is, so it was a no-brainer that I was going to read this series. She is becoming one of my go to authors for sure.

Evangeline is an eighteen year old orphan who got involved with Sophie in the last book. Sophie is a witch turned vampire, that pretty much tricked Evangeline into going to New York with her for a job that didn’t exist. She found herself living with three vampires and were-beasts in the shape of huge dogs. One of them, Max becomes her protector and a good friend with a funny personality at times. And oh yeah, he talks in Evangeline’s mind. He ended up being one of my favorite characters. From the beginning, she goes to another world in her dreams, a world where the only inhabitants are vampires, but one that closely mirrors our world. The human population has been completely wiped out by vampires. She meets and befriends a small group of vampires and one of them, Caden, ends up being the one she falls in love with. A magical necklace that Sophia put around her neck keeps her safe from vampires.

This time around, Evangeline has managed to bring back her group of friends, not knowing that about forty others have come along for the ride. Not good news, since they haven’t tasted human blood in seven hundred years. Sophia has locked them all in the mansion that she and the two old (and horrible)vampires live in. Big problem? If they feed off each other, they morph into something that CAN and WILL escape. And what they morph into is not pretty. Sophia sends Evangeline magically away from the melee that’s happening at her home. She ends up in a cabin in the middle of a Siberian winter along with most of the humans(staff and visitors) from the New York home. Think things can’t happen in the middle of nowhere? Think again!

The story is told from two points of view this time. We get both Evangeline’s and Sophie’s POV’s. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like hearing from Sophie’s POV, but it really worked and we really understand a lot more about Sophie and her motivations.

It might seem that I have told a lot about the story, but not so much about the second book actually. There’s so much going on in this book. We have evil witches, not so evil witches, evil vampires, and not so evil vampires involved. There’s even a secret society who’s sole purpose is to eradicate vampires. K.T. Tucker writes a tight story, that is very well written with good characters. I would say that this is for older young adults and adults, due to the amount of violence. I really liked it and will be reading the next one as soon as my tbr pile will allow me to.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Creative Deeds Reads Review 23 de agosto de 2014
Por creativedeeds - Publicado en
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4 1/2 Stars.... I know, some people just hate those pesky 1/2 stars, but sometimes there's just no getting around it....

I would imagine that at least a few people reading this didn’t even know that K.A. Tucker had written a series before Ten Tiny Breaths. I’ve read the first two books in that series and loved them. My first introduction to this author’s talented writing came from this series though. From the first time I read Anathema, I was hooked. Putting the Causal Enchantment series on my Seriously Series reading list was inevitable.

Asylum begins where Anathema ended. Even though it’s been a while since I read the first book in the series, it didn’t take me long to catch up. I wouldn’t recommend leaving a long time span between the two though, because a lot happens. There are twists and turns and the players change from chapter to chapter. What made it even more complicated was the fact that there were not only two POV to follow, but those characters were in two totally different venues. Sofie sent Evangeline away to keep her safe, but neither one of them had any real idea of what was going on with the other. Each character had their own drama going on and danger to ward off. They also had to learn to put their trust in others and form allies where they never expected to and in some cases probably shouldn’t have. Yes, things were complicated.

Only one thing kept me from giving Asylum a full 5 stars…. I loved the characters, the story kept me interested and on the edge of my seat the closer it got to the end and even though it ended in a cliff hanger that I kind of saw coming, it wasn’t nearly as jaw dropping as the end of Anathema (I still purchased the next book before I was finished… just in case.) What held back that last 1/2 star was Evangeline. She made a rash decision that pretty much changed everything (not to mention keeping some pretty volatile secrets that will more than likely endanger her even more.) I understand why she did what she did, something had to happen… I just wish there was another way. *sigh* I suppose I’ll just have to trust the author to fix this in the next two books. ;) Allegiance is next, so stay tuned!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Love the Colorful Cover! 12 de enero de 2012
Por The Book Runner - Publicado en
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I have mixed feelings about Asylum. It was quite a bit shorter than Anathema which I thought was good, but it did not have ANY romance which I thought was bad. The love story is what I loved so much about the first one and this one was just drama and character development, which is common for a second book, if not a little boring.

Evangeline spends 90% of the story bored in the cabin with Julian, Leo and Max. She had one dream that placed her in the same room as Caden, and I was hoping this was going to continue, but it didn't. Julian and Evangeline become good friends but no triangle is set in place, and honestly, nothing really happens in their story line.

Sophie has her hands full back at Viggo and Mortimer's house with the hungry vampires and the People's Sentinels determined to kill all witches and Vampires. Viggo and Mortimer conspire against her when she won't sacrifice Evangeline's life for Veronique's or tell them where she hid Evangeline. Mage, the leader of the vampires on Ratheus, plays a major role in the story and isn't who she appears to be. There is a lot of magical warfare and loved characters do die, so be prepared for tragedy (and no romance)!

K. A. Tucker created another imaginative story that was well paced and full of action. I personally would have liked it better if Evangeline could have at least continued to visit Caden in her dreams and continued on the star crossed love story. That would have made this a five star book for me.

Would I/Did I buy it? Yes (2.99)
Would I read it again? No
Would I recommend it to friends? Yes
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas LOVE IT!!! 8 de marzo de 2014
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en
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I am sorry but this series is so much better than the sparkly vampire series? Why, you ask? Please let me tell you the ways. First of all, this series takes vampires, witches, weredogs, werewolves, and other supernatural creatures and makes it blend beautifully into a seamless story. Secondly, nothing in these stories repeat in other stories. This plot, concept, characters are uniquely their own. Thirdly, the story possesses never-ending action in nail-biting form. There exists romance, scenes to make you emotional, and total intrigue as well. Finally, the characters leave a mark on me. I adore Sophie, Evangeline, Caden, Fiona, Max...oh I can keep going on. Then there are those characters that I loved to hate: Rachel, Viggo, Mortimer, and Ursula. Really, if you like fiction try these books! They are unforgettable and forever on my favorite series list next Dark Secrets Series by A. M. Hudson! Enjoy the series my fellow bookworms!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Page turner 19 de diciembre de 2012
Por LuciaCalwen - Publicado en
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After epic ending of Anathema, I started 2nd book immediately because I needed to know what woul happen to characters.

I was surprised that after everything Evangeline went through and found out in previous book, she stayed the same sweet and trusting girl. Her naivety was getting on my nerves from time to time a little bit, but I never got to dislike her. After all, I am sure all her actions will have some deeper meaning, sooner or later.

But other characters shined brightly in this book. Especially Sofie, whom POV was regularly alernating with Evangeline's POV in Asylum. Sofie was loyal, strong and determined. After this book I am definitely Team Sofie!

The only negative aspect of this book was the lack of Caden. At least I missed him since I fell in love with him in Anathema. But when he was present, it was definitely worth it!

Asylum is another page turner by K.A. Tucker. There was more action, more excitement, more suspence and plenty of new info revealed. Storyline was just perfect! All those twists... I have no idea how things are going to develop in next instalments of Casual Enchantment series.
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