Saltlands

Saltlands Continue the saga in book two of the Population seriesAbel and Mikey are trapped and Kane is taken The struggle for survival has never been strained as Mikey and Abel fight to escape their submerged p

  • Title: Saltlands
  • Author: ElizabethStephens
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • Continue the saga in book two of the Population seriesAbel and Mikey are trapped and Kane is taken The struggle for survival has never been strained as Mikey and Abel fight to escape their submerged prison cell, cross the apocalyptic landscape known as Population, and find Kane.Tensions between the two keep their odds of survival bleak as they face off against theContinue the saga in book two of the Population seriesAbel and Mikey are trapped and Kane is taken The struggle for survival has never been strained as Mikey and Abel fight to escape their submerged prison cell, cross the apocalyptic landscape known as Population, and find Kane.Tensions between the two keep their odds of survival bleak as they face off against the obstacles that Population places before them Rogue Others, starvation, savage scavengers, gangs.With over 200 miles to trek, Mikey will have to learn how to trust and Abel, how to hope again as their journey across Population takes them through even dangerous territory and into the Saltlands This series is a science fiction romance and some violent and graphic content may not be suitable for young readers

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    1. Full review at urbanparanormalPopulation, Book 2Saltlands picks up exactly where Population left off. Kane has been captured by the Notare Elise. Abel and Mikey (Mikael - Kane's younger brother) have escaped her clutches only to try and figure out how to get Kane from her. Now we have an asshole of a brother, Mikey, treking across country to get Kane back using only the blood bond he shares with Abel. During their travel, Abel is Brutally beaten I mean BRUTALLY. Man Abel goes through so much [...]

    2. Thanks to all of the readers of Population who waited patiently for Saltlands. I couldn't do this without you and certainly hope you enjoy book two as much as I enjoyed writing it.

    3. I was given an ARC to review honestly. Can I start off by asking Stephens: Why the fuck do you hate Able?! I mean… Jesus… the shit Able was put through in this book… That being said, I did not have the same problem with the horror in this book as I did withPopulations. The abundance of violence in the first book lost its impact after a few disembowellings. This time around, everything was a bit more polished, and the horror had its place. At times, I couldn’t help thinking ofJim Butcher [...]

    4. Abel and Mikey are trapped and Kane is taken. The struggle for survival has never been more strained as Mikey and Abel fight to escape their submerged prison cell, cross the apocalyptic landscape known as Population, and find Kane. Tensions between the two keep their odds of survival bleak as they face off against the obstacles that Population places before them. Rogue Others, starvation, savage scavengers, gangs.This blurb, taken from the back cover of Elizabeth Stephen’s latest book, Saltlan [...]

    5. (I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).(This review may contain spoilers).Having read the previous book in this series, I was glad to see that this one picked straight up where the previous one left off.I liked learning a bit more about how the blood bond worked between Abel and Kane, but I was less than thrilled with the potential love triangle between her, Mikey and Kane. There were some things that made me cringe a bit while reading this book in particular those scenes [...]

    6. Well this was something. What a ride! I totally enjoyed this. The story was quite good and just what I like in regards to alien/human interactions and a new twist to the vampire genre. I look forwards to book three in this series. Caution, it has very violent parts and is not recommended for young readers but for an ole lady like me, it was quite excellent.

    7. I hate to be the one jerk who didn't like this book. I really liked Population (which I read immediately before Saltlands—I started Population two days ago, and finished Saltlands yesterday), despite a few flaws. I did not like Saltlands. (Sorry.)In Population, there were a few problems (Stephens needs a better copy editor, or to have a copy editor at all, maybe; it's almost feminist at first, but then at times Kane totally takes away Abel's agency, making her more like a thing that he owns, o [...]

    8. 3.5I think I have way too many questions left at the end of this. It looks like the next book in the series will be told from the point of view of another character, who I really hope is really close to Abel. If not then there are definitely too many things that are left unresolved.I have to say that I definitely liked Kane less in this book. Both him and his brother were doing the macho thing way too much. I get it, you're jealous but come one. Chill. Abel is still as bad ass as she has always [...]

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