The Stars Never Rise #2020

The Stars Never Rise By Rachel Vincent The Stars Never Rise Sixteen year old Nina Kane should be worrying about her immortal soul but she s too busy trying to actually survive Her town s population has been decimated by soul consuming demons and souls are in
  • Title: The Stars Never Rise
  • Author: Rachel Vincent
  • ISBN: 9780385744171
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Stars Never Rise By Rachel Vincent Sixteen year old Nina Kane should be worrying about her immortal soul, but she s too busy trying to actually survive Her town s population has been decimated by soul consuming demons, and souls are in short supply Watching over her younger sister, Mellie, and scraping together food and money are all that matters The two of them are a family They gave up on their deadbeSixteen year old Nina Kane should be worrying about her immortal soul, but she s too busy trying to actually survive Her town s population has been decimated by soul consuming demons, and souls are in short supply Watching over her younger sister, Mellie, and scraping together food and money are all that matters The two of them are a family They gave up on their deadbeat mom a long time ago.When Nina discovers that Mellie is keeping a secret that threatens their very existence, she ll do anything to protect her Because in New Temperance, sins are prosecuted as crimes by the brutal Church and its army of black robed exorcists And Mellie s sin has put her in serious trouble.To keep them both alive, Nina will need to trust Finn, a fugitive with deep green eyes who has already saved her life once and who might just be an exorcist But what kind of exorcist wears a hoodie Wanted by the Church and hunted by dark forces, Nina knows she can t survive on her own She needs Finn and his group of rogue friends just as much as they need her.
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    1. Rachel Vincent

      Note Though Rachel s blog entries are cross posted here, she does not frequent The best ways to contact her are FB, Twitter, or her Wordpress blog PLEASE DO NOT SEND HER MESSAGES HERE SHE DOES NOT CHECK THEM A resident of Oklahoma, Rachel Vincent has a BA in English and an overactive imagination, and consistently finds the latter to be practical She shares her workspace with two black cats Kaci and Nyx and her 1 fan Rachel is older than she looks seriously and younger than she feels, but remains convinced that for every day she spends writing, one day will be added to her lifespan.

    922 thoughts on “The Stars Never Rise”

    1. Holy shit, this was entertaining Not perfect there were some issues I had but seriously, who cares when a book is this unputdownable The Unclean were hiding in plain sight, among us Breeding their own hosts Existing right under the Church s nose The Stars Never Rise is a fast paced, gritty blend of dystopia and urban fantasy Set in a future America that has been ravaged by demons who possess human bodies and some other creepy zombie like monsters called Degenerates, a new governing body has emer [...]

    2. We are endless, Nina We are legion The demon stood straighter and frowned, as if my lack of a reaction disappointed her We outnumber the grains of sand on the beach, the drops of water in the ocean The seas in hell rage with us, rising and falling in waves, cresting and crushing one another We bleed and moan and starve, yet we cannot die We think of nothing but escape, yet there is nowhere to go Nowhere but here And for every one of us that breaks through, anchored in your world by the souls we [...]

    3. Oh, this was good Great Astonishingly entertaining I first had my reservations regarding the suitability of mixing dystopia and urban fantasy as genres Would they create a believable and convincing enough story, albeit full of demons, exorcists and religious fanatics Would it make sense Those two questions made me extremely curious And I m a curious reader So let me tell you something it works better than I could ever imagine.The story was extremely fast paced, brimming with action and intensity [...]

    4. After Well then Guess that gif still stays true to my general feelings towards this aggressively bland book after all adds to list of deceptively gorgeous book covers trash _______________Before But why are his goddamn deep green eyes mentioned in the BLURB

    5. This book was pretty awesome Um, how do I do this review without spoilers This is one that needs spoilers to get to the oh forget it, I will just pretend and no one will really know what s going on unless they read the book Sooooooooooooooooooo, Nina Kane and her sister Melanie live in New Temperance with their mom who is doped out all of the time They mainly Nina has to get them stuff to pay the bills and feed them Pretty much she bargains and steals Anyhoo, the town is run by the church and th [...]

    6. 3.5 She s not stupid Colossally naive, maybe Recklessly opstimistic, definitely But not stupid Which, to me, is nothing but a nicer wording for she s inconceivably stupid.But I can assure you that, in spite of my uncontrollable pull towards sarcastic remarks, The Stars Never Rise was for me an interesting, fun and entartaining read, and I recommend it Not wholeheartedly or passionately, maybe, but I do recommend it It s a good book to spend your time with.I m sure many of you have heard about th [...]

    7. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Harlequin UK Limited and NetGalley This is your fault This was an interesting paranormal story, and there were a couple of twists that I didn t see coming.I felt quite sorry for Nina being sterilised at the age of 15, having a mother who really didn t care about her at all, and having to wash and wear other people s clothes just to make ends meet was obviously hard for her, especially when she had a younge [...]

    8. first read September 13 14, 2015first reread October 8, 2017Wow, justwow This book was pretty fantastic The beginning was slowd I didn t think I was going to like it, but somewhere before I hit page 100 I just couldn t tear myself away from the pages I did think that quite a bit of it was predictable, I guessed a lot of things and I was either right, or at least partially so , but overall, I really felt a lot of originality on this one I mean.Its like demons, zombies and a little bit of old scho [...]

    9. THAT ROMANCE.Okay, you re probably wondering out of all the things this book has the first two things I mention are THAT ROMANCE Well, it s true, that, because holy mother of all things bizarre THAT ROMANCE.I thought it was interesting It was certainly unique I ll get to this later, though.If there is one word that would describe this book in general, it would be entertaining Imagine a post apocalyptic world where 80% of the lands are considered wastelands, where billions died fighting off demon [...]

    10. 2.5 3 stars.I feel like my life is a book, and someone turned the page before I was ready, and now I can t follow the story.Nina Kane s only worries are to keep her soul as pure as possible and find a way to bring food to the table every evening without fail With an addicted mother and a young sister, no one can help Nina but herself In future America, the Church rules as steadfastly and cruelly as it did in the past Women are kept pure and, if they are healthy enough, are allowed to breed once [...]

    11. I think someone gave Rachel Vincent license to do whatever the hell she wanted in this book, and she went for it Hard, and with heck of a good result While the whole demons and religious fanaticism has been done before, maybe to death, Rachel Vincent comes out of the left wing swinging a tale so dark and rich it allows you to sink into the very depths of the reading experience.The Stars Never Rise is one of those titles that stays with you long after you finish it I keep going back to it and thi [...]

    12. Review posted on The Eater of Books blog The Stars Never Rise by Rachel VincentBook One of The Stars Never Rise seriesPublisher Delacorte PressPublication Date June 9, 2015Rating 4 starsSource Copy sent by the publisherSummary from Sixteen year old Nina Kane should be worrying about her immortal soul, but she s too busy trying to actually survive Her town s population has been decimated by soul consuming demons, and souls are in short supply Watching over her younger sister, Mellie, and scraping [...]

    13. Interesting Different but at the same time had a familiar feel but I can t put my finger on what books it reminds me of If you enjoyed the Soul Screamers series as I did I think you will like this series Souls play a big role in this series as well I loved the world building although it pushes a bit too far into religion for me Even with the paranormal twist religion plays a major role In this role demons began possessing people and they began eating the souls Exorcism was proven and therefore t [...]

    14. Reviewed by Rabid Reads.Religion is always a slippery slope in fiction, but Rachel Vincent used it well in THE STARS NEVER RISE, and in doing so created a compelling dystopian world that I m sure to want to visit again and again There was a steady flow of twists which was good because although none of them were stumpers, they kept things interesting, and other than the bizarre love interest, I thought that this was a smashing kickoff Definitely recommended I ve read the majority of this author s [...]

    15. 4 4.5 starsThe Stars Never Rise is my first Rachel Vincent book and it s one hell of a fun time Fast paced, exciting, chilling, and most importantly unique In this dystopian future, the Church now rules what was once the United States After the war against the Unclean aka demons , many souls were wiped out of existence, and now it s a matter of preserving the remaining souls against demonic possession The people are trapped behind walls and beneath oppressive restrictions, but they are safe or s [...]

    16. Thanks Giulia for this book Alright, so this was sadly a disappointing read I read the excerpt for this story a couple of months ago and absolutely loved it because of that it was a really, really cool dystopian idea Then I received it for Christmas and was incredibly excited to read it, but it did not turn out as great as I had hoped.First there s the insta love When that happened I was about to DNF the book.Second there s the fact that the events in this book take place over a total of 3 days, [...]

    17. This book is about souls and demons and exorcists, and I loved every second of it.From beginning to end it was full of fast paced action, an awesome, demon slaying team, and a sassy heroine who maybe wasn t the most original, but she sure was a lot of fun to read about.Nina has the kind of voice that I ve heard in a lot of other YA books with female narrators, but that doesn t mean I disliked her I really enjoyed her strong, fierce, and spunky character that had just a touch of humor I just wish [...]

    18. Also reviewed on Sophie Reads YAI received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley This is no way impacted in my view.Wow, this book was perfect in every single possible way The Stars Never Fade tells the story of Nina Kane, a 16 year old living in a dystopian world unlike any I have ever read before Over 100 years ago the Demons ravaged the world, leaving only a few settlements intact, though they had consumed the souls of many who d perished As such, there is now a severe short [...]

    19. I had the pleasure of reading an e ARC of The Stars Never Rise by Rachel Vincent, provided via NetGalley It was a fantastic Paranormal Dystopian hybrid, a combination that made for a completely captivating read.The pacing of the story is extremely brisk, with action and plot twists abundant from the first chapter This had me tripping over the words, unable to read fast enough to find out which direction the story and characters would take next Often leading to me rereading paragraphs, due to my [...]

    20. First of all, Julia thanks for bearing my annoying messages about this book XDWow this book was awesome It wasn t one of the best things I ve read, but enjoyable and definitely leaving me for An evil church A mysterious boy with green eyes A secret to hide Demons Hell yeah I m going to be in for it I am just quickly going to say that it was fast paced Even though the first half was a bit slow, the second half definitely makes up for it A likeable MC and a very unique love interest.I hated Devi [...]

    21. What a surprisingly pleasant read this was This book wasn t perfect but it s plot sure hell was original The author embroidered her plot with exquisite details that just arouse you to keep reading till you reach the last page This is a fast paced book that you are going to have a hard time putting down And when you get to the end you re GOING TO BE eager to know So I m surely going to read its sequel There are a lot of questions and I can t wait for them to be revealed I ve never read anything [...]

    22. ARC kindly provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review If I had to give one reason why I liked this book so much, I would have to go for originality I ve read lots of fantasy YAs and I m sure there are people who have read much than I have, but I think this book manages to surprise and be a breath of fresh air in a genre that is almost saturated Degenerates possessed people isn t something you easily come across in YAs, or at least I know I haven t TSNR is a very well developed book [...]

    23. Oh my goodness, I absolutely freaking LOVED this book It was so badass and unlike anything I ve read before Demons, exorcists and degenerates made for one hell of a story that I just couldn t put down I loved everything about the concept, it drew me in from the very beginning and kept me constantly guessing as to what could possibly happen next I also quite enjoyed that certain parts of the story I won t say which so as not to spoil it mirror society in a startling way, it made the story all tha [...]

    24. This is an action packed novel that will keep you turning pages A unique premise and pretty strong characters, this is definitely a promising start to a series 3.5 starsThis book takes place in a somewhat dystopian future, where the government is the Church, and society is now strictly controlled and must uphold almost puritan like values On top of that, there are demons that possess people and also exorcists It s quite the world.Nina has it even worse than most people, since her mother is a dru [...]

    25. I m about to break one of my rules rating a book 5 stars for entertainment This didn t personally affect me like many other 5 star reads, but damn if it wasn t an amazing ride.One word ADDICTING.You know what I love When authors take two overused genres, mix them together, drop the silly tropes and work their magic.And so a hybrid is born Truth is, paranormal and dystopian are some of my favorite things to read when it s done right I give both these genres a tough time and like to nitpick at how [...]

    26. Holy Moly.I was looking for a new, fresh and badass book to read and I have found it I have been a huge fan of Rachel Vincent s novels This book just topped the list The concept of this story was epic The whole instead of organ donors its soul donors, due to there not being enough to go around, thanks to the horrible demons I love the exorcist theme, I haven t seen this much in YA and it was so refreshing The writing in this book is what I love to see in YA Its dark, gritty, and isn t afraid to [...]

    27. 4.5 starsIt s official, I will read anything this woman writes This is the third series I ve read of hers and they ve all been amazing.The Stars Never Rise was entertaining as hell It was a mix of urban fantasy and dystopia and it was amazing Set in a future America, The Unified Church has risen after humans lost a war with the demons, A.K.A the Degenerates After the war the remaining humans move to towns which are governed by the Church Life there is very strict, the Church punishes people who [...]

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