Lili St. Crow
Jealousy (Strange Angels, Book 3)
Penguin Razorbill (US: 29th July 2010; AU: 2nd August 2010; CA: 3rd August 2010); Quercus (UK: 29th July 2010)
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Dru Anderson is now living and learning in the Schola Prima, surrounded by male werwulfen and djamphir. The only other female around is Anna, head of the Order (I forget what that is) and the reason why this book is titled Jealousy. Anna likes to think of herself as a Special Snowflake, and doesn’t understand why others don’t agree – namely Christophe, the guy Dru may or may not have a crush on. But Dru wasn’t Anna’s first target.
The relationship between Dru and Graves is the most authentic I’ve ever come across in fiction. It’s awkward – delightfully, refreshingly awkward. Writers, this is how teen romances should be written.
Overall, this novel seemed to lack a little in story. Basically it can be summed up:
-Anna’s a beeyatch
-Christophe may be back
-A key character goes missing
I was expecting…well, more.