Afterlife The fire inside Lianne threatened to consume her but she fought back and won Unfortunately the collateral damage of her decisions won t stop haunting her She embarks on a secret trip to find Mags and

  • Title: Afterlife
  • Author: Megg Jensen
  • ISBN: 1230000002527
  • Page: 310
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  • The fire inside Lianne threatened to consume her, but she fought back and won Unfortunately the collateral damage of her decisions won t stop haunting her She embarks on a secret trip to find Mags and return her son, but her search leads her into another nest of lies.Everyone s safety is in Lianne s hands as the Malborn, an enemy fearsome than her own people, loomsThe fire inside Lianne threatened to consume her, but she fought back and won Unfortunately the collateral damage of her decisions won t stop haunting her She embarks on a secret trip to find Mags and return her son, but her search leads her into another nest of lies.Everyone s safety is in Lianne s hands as the Malborn, an enemy fearsome than her own people, looms over them Will Lianne be able to unravel the secrets in time to save the ones she loves the most Or will her lack of faith in her own decisions lead to disaster Afterlife weaves some of the favorite characters from the Cloud Prophet Trilogy Anathema, Oubliette, and Severed into The Swarm Trilogy as Lianne comes face to face with a character introduced at the end of Severed.

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    About “Megg Jensen

    1. Megg Jensen says:

      Megg Jensen is a two time USA Today bestselling author of epic fantasy.No stranger to top ten lists on , Barnes Noble, and the iBookstore, Megg s novels have garnered millions of downloads, attracting fans from all over the world.She lives in Chicago with her husband, kids, and two insane miniature schnauzers.



    2 thoughts on “Afterlife

    1. My biggest problem with Megg Jensen's work is how one dimensional the male love interests are. With the exceptions of Kellan and Ace from the first trilogy, every male main character seems to exist to be madly in love with the heroine and / or to be the object of her unconditional affection.Spoilers ahead:So if you weren't bothered by Bryden and Lianne's lets-not-talk-for-years-oh-wait-im-in-love-with-you-now romance - romance is probably the wrong word here, seeing as how it happened at the fli [...]

    2. Afterlife isn’t a very long book… especially compared to the books that I’ve been reading lately. Regardless of the length, Megg Jensen packs an awful lot of emotion, mystery and intrigue into her second installment of The Swarm Trilogy.I probably should have picked up Sleepers, the first book in the trilogy, before I dove into Afterlife. It didn’t take me long to get up to speed, but it would have helped me to get into the story a lot faster. Since I’m an avid re-reader, you don’t h [...]

    3. Reviewed for Confessions From RomaholicsTo see review at ConfessionsThis continues directly where the first book of the Swarm Trilogy, Sleepers, left off. Lianne and Baylyan help their people successfully take over the Dalagans but they discover they had a plan too they didn’t like and Lianne is revered because she killed her adopted sister. They escape into the forest to find Mags, the former queen, and her youngest son but instead they are found by Chase. Chase is the son of Reychel and Mark [...]

    4. Please keep in mind this review might contain spoilers for Sleepers if you have not read it yet. Lianne and Bryden are leaving the comforts of the castle and their people to go off in search for Mags. Ever since their people, the Fithians, took control over the Dalagans, Lianne and Bryden have felt used. Now Lianne wants to deliver Mags’ son to her and hopefully start over somewhere else with Bryden. Not long into the journey they are confronted by men who take Lianne to Mags but send Bryden b [...]

    5. In Afterlife, you start off right where the last book stops. You continue the journey with Lianne as she tries to figure out who she can trust, who the bad guys are and how to defeat them.Plot: This story was very good, however I felt that it was very rushed at time. She didn’t give enough detail or explanation about many things that happened here. Lianne and her friends went from one thing to the next, to the next. Everything moved too fast. I think the story if only 50000 words or so, when i [...]

    6. Afterlife picked right up where Sleepers, the first book in the Swarm trilogy left off. That being said, if you haven't read Sleepers, you are probably going to be really confused. There is a small sort of summary of what happened in Sleepers but you're still going to miss a lot. I sort of wished that there had been a little bit more of a review. It's been a couple months since I read Sleepers so I had forgotten some of the details. It took a little bit for me to remember everything that had hap [...]

    7. Things didn’t turn out as Lianne expected and her life is headed into further turmoil in this book. She’s regarded as a hero for her antics in the first book, but she doesn’t feel like one. She sets out to find her friend, Mags, and ease her conscious. Along for the ride is one of the man-toys from the first book, who thinks that he had won Lianne’s love for all eternity. Maybe he has, but things sure do get confusing when Chase (who is much sexier and sweeter) shows up. Chase apparently [...]

    8. As Lianne has just lost what she thought was the love of her life in the last book. But also discovered a new love in a long lost friend. I was surprised to see that it as well didn't get to live as long as I was hoping it would. That is not to say that I don't like any of her love interests. These books are pretty short and reading them one after another I have found that the process of going from one boy to the next felt rather fast to me. Plus I liked the friend character and wanted to see hi [...]

    9. This review can also be found in Books For YA!Afterlife picks up where the Sleeper left off, The Dalagans now ruled the land of Fithia and Bryden and Lianne were considered as the heroes. But when Bryden and Lianne finally uncovered the true nature of their race they decided to runaway and find Mags, the former queen of Fithia and bestfriend of Lianne. Lianne did not only found Mags but she also found another race with magic and a mysterious guy who seemed to know all the things about her.The se [...]

    10. This is book two in the "Swarm Trilogy" and book 6 in "The Song of Eloh" series. I really have enjoyed reading this series. Book three of the "Cloud Prophet Trilogy" (part of the whole series) has been my favorite (5stars). All of the others have received 4 to 4+ stars from me. Until this one, still good writing, good characters, but now it is beginning to feel like the storyline is getting old. It feels like we are retelling the story with different characters, yet still the same theme. I give [...]

    11. Wow! I LOVE this book! Megg Jensen totally rocked this story. I love how the characters are so fresh and original. The story flows perfectly and sucks you in from the very first paragraph.Afterlife is the second book in the Swarm Trilogy and picks up right where Sleepers left off. Lianne has just discovered her magic and isn't quite sure how to use it or even control it. She is on a mission to return her best friend's baby to her. After accomplishing this she discovers that there is certain peop [...]

    12. Wow! I LOVE this book! Megg Jensen totally rocked this story. I love how the characters are so fresh and original. The story flows perfectly and sucks you in from the very first paragraph.Afterlife is the second book in the Swarm Trilogy and picks up right where Sleepers left off. Lianne has just discovered her magic and isn't quite sure how to use it or even control it. She is on a mission to return her best friend's baby to her. After accomplishing this she discovers that there is certain peop [...]

    13. I have enjoyed reading the Swarm Trilogy. This series has been a short read thus far, but it remains full of action, love, and deception. Lianne runs away from her life with her new family to reunite baby Trevin with his mother. She is quickly captured by Chase, and Lianne is yet again thrust into a whole new world of lies. The Malborn want to use her, it seems there is more to her power that she needs to learn. Chase tries to teach her how to harness her new powers and tame her rage. With anoth [...]

    14. You did it again Megg. Another great read and now I finally am starting to understand how the two series are connected. I was kind of confused after reading the Initiate and now I understand where Chase fits in and links the two series. This book picks up right where the first book ended and continues Lianne and Bryden's journey with Trevon. I think once all the books in this trilogy are out I'm going to go back and read both Megg's series so I can really put it all together. Can't wait for book [...]

    15. *3.25 STARS*Much better than the prequel! So glad Jensen settled into her story. There were fewer awkward dialogue moments, fewer plot holes, a much firmer grasp on reality (meaning fewer 'coincidental' moments), and so many more details. Bringing back (and finally introducing) some familiar faces from The Cloud Prophet Trilogy, brought the story together, which I felt had been lacking in the first installment.I'm interested in seeing how this pans out. Final installment to begin in 321

    16. Loving it so far will update when finished Warning a spoiler if you haven't read I'm a little confused about a part Section 776, 27% the fithians I'm some kind of savior and the dalagans are defeated Maybe I missed something or if I was super tired when I read sleepers Can someone explain that to me, how is it that fithians saw her positively and that dalagan were defeated? I thought fithians were defeated and dalagans saw her as a savior

    17. What I loved: Lianne's loyalty to Mags, her best friend, the true nature of love: that it is possible to love more than one person especially at that age, the introduction of Chase whom I immediately adored, the beautiful imagery in the trees, the heroine's desire to save civilizations.I enjoyed book 2 and although events happened quickly they seemed to flow well.Mild alluding to sleeping together but no bad language In case anyone is wondering.

    18. Even though I had a beta project come up I couldn't stop reading this one. It's beautiful, heartbreaking, filled with action and at times funny. Oh and Chaseeven though he tends to lie and manipulate to trick Lianne I still have a soft spot for him. On to the Sundering. This book was provided to me by the author.

    19. An unusual YA book. In spite of all the rave reviews, I found that I just couldn’t get into this book. It was just ok to me. I will finish the series, but more out of obligation to read a book that I purchased than a desire to read it.

    20. continued Wowcontinued WowMeg Jensen has hit another home run. The second book in the series is as riveting as the first. The characters have a sense of reality, though some of the fire images are a little repetitive for my taste.

    21. l loved this book much more than the first in the series. I was so excited to see a familiar face and a new, but old one, as well. l have a few unanswered questions that I know never get answered since I completed the series already. I'd love to participate in a Q & A with this author.

    22. After reading the first book for free and falling in love with the stories that were woven together I bought The Song of Eloh - loved them!

    23. Literally read both the first book and this book in one day. What can I say, when I start a good series, I devour the whole thing in just a few days!

    24. AfterlifeThis segment was well written, I was totally engrossed with the first book. This one kept me enthralled, front to back in one day. Go Megg. Girl You Rock.

    25. I enjoyed this book a lot. The main character is full of spunk and there's lots of adventures to go around. It's a great middle book to a trilogy.

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