Sunday, July 3, 2016







Title: The Afterlife Of Alyx & Israel (Dark Angel #6)
Author: Hanna Peach
Cover Designer: Romac Designs
Genre: YA Fantasy 


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?



Although this book is set years after the Dark Angel saga, it can be read as a standalone.








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Hanna Peach

Hanna is the bestselling author of the Bound romantic suspense series and the Dark Angel fantasy series. Although she writes in more than one genre she can’t write a book without weaving together a complicated plot and filling it with twists. She writes what she believes: good people can do bad things, ordinary people can do great things, and choose love above everything.

Eternally restless, Hanna has lived in Indonesia, Australia, Germany, Scotland, England, Croatia and Ireland – everything she owns fits into one suitcase. She’s planning her next move with her gorgeous (and understanding) partner right now.

If not writing, she can be found wandering a dusty market in Marrakesh or trekking a mountain in Peru, often using her travels as settings in her novels.
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★★★★✰
Wow! This book went beyond my imagination and I wanted to shout to the world that everyone should read this after I finished this.

 This book deserves to be read in one sitting, especially since it's that short and page-turning. It follows many lives that are all intertwined and connected in some way through (everlasting) bonds. There are deep themes like fate, fury, love, loss, and lust. The sexual tension and easy bantering between the two main characters is phenomenal; but I think that there was a lack in the worldbuilding sense. At the end, the author left me with a lot of questions concerning the settings, and throughout the book it really jumped around kind of from place to place, and I was left there sitting and scratching my head trying to track where the characters were.

 Before you read this book, I think that it's say to note that this can be read as a stand-alone, you don't have to read any of the previous books in this series, although I will definitely be doing so because of Hanna Peach's talent. I got the privilege of reading this before the publication date as an ARC from the author, in exchange for an honest review.