mostraligabue
» » The Serpent's Coil: Prophecy of Days - Book 2

ePub The Serpent's Coil: Prophecy of Days - Book 2 download

by Christy Raedeke

ePub The Serpent's Coil: Prophecy of Days - Book 2 download
Author:
Christy Raedeke
ISBN13:
978-0738715773
ISBN:
0738715778
Language:
Publisher:
Flux (July 8, 2011)
Category:
Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
ePub file:
1996 kb
Fb2 file:
1168 kb
Other formats:
mbr azw docx mbr
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
834

Christy Raedeke has another winner with The Serpent's Coil.

One person found this helpful. Christy Raedeke has another winner with The Serpent's Coil. The mythology/history that she described in The Daykeeper's Grimoire is expanded upon and she delves much deeper into her characters. I have a feeling that readers will be pleasantly surprised by how stimulating the Prophecy of Days series can be. It's a little bit mystery, a little bit conspiracy, and a lot of story. Readers who love a well-told, complex story, will adore this series.

The Serpent's Coil book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Serpent's Coil: Prophecy of Days - Book 2 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Book in the Prophecy of Days Series).

The Serpent's Coil: Prophecy of Days - Book 2. by Christy Raedeke. With the murderous Fraternitas hot on her heels, Caity continues to mobilize the planet's young people as she attempts to fulfill the Mayan prophecy.

Prophecy of Days The Daykeeper's Grimoire. Download (EPUB). Читать.

Finding books BookSee BookSee - Download books for free. Prophecy of Days The Daykeeper's Grimoire. 5 Mb. The Serpents Coil. 2 Mb. 7 Mb. The Serpent's Coil.

2011) (The second book in the Prophecy of Days series) A novel by Christy Raedeke. After discovering that Uncle Li betrayed her and the Fraternitas Regni Occulti burned down her family's house, Caity Mac Fireland retreats to a boarding school that allows her to travel around the globe.

NEW - The Serpent's Coil: Prophecy of Days - Book 2 by Raedeke, Christy. Ships in a business day with tracking.

Can Caity Mac Fireland end the devastating global reign of the Fraternitas and TRANSFORM THE WORLD (again)?

After discovering that Uncle Li betrayed her and that the Fraternitas Regni Occulti burned down her family's house, Caity Mac Fireland hides away at a boarding school that allows her to travel around the globe. With the murderous Fraternitas hot on her heels, Caity continues to mobilize the planet's young people as she attempts to fulfill the Mayan prophecy. Helping―and sometimes hindering―Caity in her quest are her best friend Justine, boyfriend Alex, and new classmate Jules D'Aubigne, an intriguing French boy.

If Caity and her friends succeed, they will usher in a new era of change. But if they fail, the evil Fraternitas will have total dominion over a doomed world.

Praise:"A delightful heroine . . . Readers will want to follow Caity's adventure."―BOOKLIST

"This conspiracy tale has all the trimmings of a Dan Brown thriller."―PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

 

  • Waited a long time for this, book 2 in the series. This book does not disappoint. Those who loved the first book will devour this continuation of the story.
    Christy Raedeke has an enormous bank of knowledge about darn near any topic you can think of...from ancient history to, dare I say it, quantum physics. She is unafraid to share that knowledge with us (tempered for those who don't speak Geekenese). She weaves these fascinating topics into a fast moving story in such a way that the reader is thoroughly entertained without realizing that they just learned a great deal.
    But it's the story that we bought the book for, and it's a grabber! Caity is right back in the thick of things, looking over her shoulder for persons who want to make sure she doesn't complete a World-Changing mission that she can't avoid...it was assigned to her centuries before she was born [ read the first book if you are curious about HOW ]. Finding themselves in a world of the Ultra-wealthy Elite, Caity and Justine must sort out who is for them and who is against. All the while dealing with trusted friends that have shown a definite bent toward betrayal. When forced to put themselves under the care of some of these people, I had to stay up w a y too late for my own good, while I indulged in some speed-reading to find out what happens next.
    Of course, There is always room for a little Hanky-Panky with a certain young man (or two) and I'm not going to tell you how THAT works out. In fact, I'm not going to spoil the story for all of you who've been waiting over a year for this exciting continuation of our heroines' adventures. Let me just say IT IS WELL WORTH YOUR TIME to read this book!!

  • This book carries the intensity and intrigue that started with the first, Prophecy of Days. This book is anything but predictable and the action doesn't let up until the last page. There are so many unique and rich characters: Mr. Papers, a monkey who communicates through origami, is one of my favorite characters of all time.
    A fantastic view on the 2012 Mayan prophecy and the power of youth. I recommend this book (after you read the first) to teens as well as adults.

  • this book series is great, the story starts with book one Prophecy of Days about a girl named Caity Mac Fireland & how her family inherits a castle in Scotland were she finds strange symblos and finds out the symblos are about the Mayan calender and a prophecy about her self that will change the world. The Serpent's Coil is the continuation of book one and is just as good, I recommend it for anyone who likes a thriller.

  • Great book and very intriguing but I could not tell if this was the last book or if there is going to be another.

  • Picking up directly where The Daykeeper's Grimoire left off, The Serpent's Coil finds Caity in even deeper water and the stakes are even higher. As with its predecessor, this second book in the Prophecy of Days series is chock full of some of the most intelligent storytelling I've ever had the pleasure of reading. There were moments that I had to reread sections, just so I could completely comprehend what was happening. This isn't a bad thing though.

    With information about the Mayan calendar, ancient cultures, philosophy, religion, and even astronomy, The Serpent's Coil is vast in its subject matter, but entirely plausible. I'm truly astonished with the amount research Christy Raedeke must have put into this series; not only that, but Raedeke breaks it down for the reader to understand and really get.

    In the short span between books, Caity has grown so much. Learning about the Mayan calendar and the prophecy that comes with her heritage has made Caity a much more mature character, but she still has that zeal of innocence to her that makes her quite endearing. Mr. Papers is back too, which will forever be a great thing because cute, super smart monkeys that communicate with origami are always made of win.

    Getting to know Caity's friend Justine is like walking in on the epitome of best friendom. And, of course the possibility of a romance with Scottish lad Alex still lingers in the air, but the best thing about it, is that it never controls the story. Caity's tale isn't about her relationship with a boy or even her relationship with her best friend; it's about so much more and I hope many more people give this series a shot.

    Christy Raedeke has another winner with The Serpent's Coil. The mythology/history that she described in The Daykeeper's Grimoire is expanded upon and she delves much deeper into her characters. I have a feeling that readers will be pleasantly surprised by how stimulating the Prophecy of Days series can be. It's a little bit mystery, a little bit conspiracy, and a lot of story. Readers who love a well-told, complex story, will adore this series.

  • This is a great book. The sequel to "The Prophecy of Days," continues the story in great way, one that I believe anyone could enjoy. It has a spunky teenager who is growing in confidence, and a school anyone would love to go to. Raedeke does an excellent job with writing the story. There is are few parts where more time could've been spent, but that is the same with many books. The details are great and anyone can read it. It ends in a very bad place, but what series book doesn't? It keeps you coming back for more. I recommend this book to anyone interested in myths or ancient cultures in general.

    Publisher-Flux

    Review Score:5 Stars

    Reviewed by~Patti

  • I loved the first book in this series and was hoping the sequel would deliver--well it does! The Serpent's Coil is fast-paced and fun, with twists and turns that you never see coming and a great ending!