StarHearts, as fans of Josephine Angelini call themselves, will stay up all night reading Dreamless, the second book in the bestselling Starcrossed series. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-This paranormal sequel to Dreamless: The Starcrossed Trilogy 2 – Kindle edition by Josephine Angelini . Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Followed by, Dreamless Goddess. Starcrossed is a young adult fantasy romance novel by American author Josephine Angelini.

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Even my fan fictions are better than this She now lives in Los Angeles with her screenwriter husband. Josie cleared up a lot of messes we were talking about. I honestly, don’t get it.

I just hope they found out soon that they can be together. Although she still trains with the Delos clan, Helen and Angelino are coming to terms with the fact that they cannot be together.

Dreamless is the sequel to Starcrossed, is the second installment in a planned trilogy.

Dreamless by Josephine Angelini – review

Preview — Dreamless by Josephine Angelini. But, yes, I’m still going to read the book. And the buttprint on my very comfy couch is getting larger. Or maybe taking responsibility for your actions and not solving every problem like the furies like a freaking bad Saturday morning cartoon. Do you know what I could do with that sort of advance. It bothered me that all of the other characters just expected them to get over it, and just expected Helen to put herself through the nightly torture.


However this did not ruin the book for me and I hope it doesn’t for anyone else!

In the first novel he is oblivious to his daughters abilities. The start of this book was actually OK, for the first 10 pages or so and then it went down hill. Without Lucas by her side, can Helen stop The Furies and moreover what price will she have to pay? Jul 01, Sarah Dieng rated it it was amazing.

Check out my review of the first book in the trilogy, Starcrossed! One day when Helen descends into the underworld, she hears a voice. Helen Hamilton just can’t catch a break.

It was completely amazing and wrapped up the book beautifully, while leaving just enough unanswered and undone for the third book. Unfortunately you have to witness my disappointment now after finishing.

Confused by her conflicting emotions but glad to have an ally in hell, Helen begins to realize the enormity of her task. I loved watching her get all bad-ass again, I hated seeing her run down and desperate.

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If you really love each other, it shouldn’t matter whether you’re related or not. Honestly, I thought it dreamldss sort of cool that Helen of Troy was your archetype at first because you could’ve been a real bitch of a character. Screw the format I usually follow.

Want to tell the world angelkni a book you’ve read? Some books have such complexity of plot that I can hardly sum it up in a page without feeling like I’m leaving out some minor but utterly essential segment of the plot. View all 28 comments. After having dreamleas series of mysterious dreams, along with hallucinations of three young girls who appear to be pained, Helen finds herself strongly romantically drawn to a teenage boy named Lucas.


Oh, and I’m falling behind in my school work because I literally don’t sleep and I rarely eat. Fans of Greek mythology and literature.

Helen’s struggling with the daunting task she’s been given in the Underworld. Everyone keeps telling me that I’m so skinny I look like I should be sectioned.

After discovering her heritage, Helen learns that a union with the boy she loves may trigger a new Trojan War.

But we’ll end up like Oedipus. She’s done so well at the actual research to make the books as angellni as possible, and I give her kudos for that, because mythology is not easy. Seriously, any self respecting human being would’ve headed home or better yet the hospital after touching dead squirrel.

I should be able to say more about a book of this length, of this depth, that requires so much of an investment in time but I just can’t. When the final battles come around, she once again finds the strength within herself to fight for all of them. It’s gripping and quite addictive and, honestly, filled with tension that Greek fans are sure to fall head-over-heels in love with. He’s also kind of hot. This is my interview, Helen.