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Muse An angel in exile caught between lives and lovesMercy is an angel exiled from heaven and when she wakes in the body of nineteen year old Irina Mercy discovers that she s one of the world s most in

  • Title: Muse
  • Author: Rebecca Lim
  • ISBN: 9780732292010
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • An angel in exile, caught between lives and lovesMercy is an angel, exiled from heaven, and when she wakes in the body of nineteen year old Irina, Mercy discovers that she s one of the world s most infamous supermodels on the verge of a very public breakdown.Against the glamorous background of Milan s opulent fashion world, Mercy continues her increasingly desperate seAn angel in exile, caught between lives and lovesMercy is an angel, exiled from heaven, and when she wakes in the body of nineteen year old Irina, Mercy discovers that she s one of the world s most infamous supermodels on the verge of a very public breakdown.Against the glamorous background of Milan s opulent fashion world, Mercy continues her increasingly desperate search for Ryan Daley, the mortal boy she remembers falling for in a past life But this time, Mercy s memories and powers are growing ever stronger and she begins to doubt the pleas of her dream lover, Luc, as of her mysterious past is revealed Are Luc s desires as selfless as her own or does he want her for a terrifying purpose The grand scale celestial battle for Mercy s soul builds to an incredible stormy crescendo as archangels and demons clash in a cataclysmic showdown that not all will survive

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    1. This is how this book left me when I finished. This book is my favorite out of the series so far. I think mostly because it had way more paranormal elements and action than the previous two books. I was deeply satisfied. The angels were way more prominent in this book and we learned a lot more about Mercy and the angels. Also I liked that it felt like we were finally getting answers. Things happened a lot faster than in the previous book, which killed me because it was like the light at the end [...]

    2. Muse begins with Mercy awaking in yet another new body. While the transition from body to body has grown surprisingly easier for her lately, the new life she's now living is far from smooth. She's in the body of a high-profile supermodel who can't leave the house without an entourage of paparazzi following her every move. Irina Zhivanevskaya has allowed her life to spiral so far out of control - drugs, public displays of rage and a bitchy attitude have led to countless doors in the modelling ind [...]

    3. This one was excellent! Best one so far since we get so many questions answered. And even though it's fairly predictable I enjoyed it. There's a lot more emphasis on the angelic history than in the previous books and I liked where the story is going. I'm still confused as to why Mercy is still leading with Ryan. I really liked him a lot and am definitely on Team Ryan. The combination of her host body and her soul is still there, but this one was a lot more interesting because she's inside a supe [...]

    4. This is the first book in the Mercy series that didn't really work for me. It's not that I hated it, it's just that I expected something a bit different, something more than what I got. In Mercy's third reincarnation, she is put in the body of a super(duper) model who is beautiful in a way that makes men silly and women sillier. She is also addicted to heroin a drug (all drugs? I'm not sure) and you know meets all the stereotypes about supermodels. Like, drug addict, sexually liberated (hey, it' [...]

    5. When one is named “Luc” in angel book, it’s pretty obvious where things are headed. Despite aspects of it being obvious, I still enjoyed MUSE. The writing still has a different tone from books that I normally read, so I understand the lukewarm reception of others to previous installments. I, on the other hand, appreciate the lyrical quality they have. There’s just something to be said to the almost poetic way Mercy sees and thinks; I suppose it adds to her mystery. Only that mystery has [...]

    6. Mercy has been a consistently fantastic series, and Muse doesn't break the trend. After a second book that was a great read but in which the overall plot didn't seem to move forwards, book three hits the ground running. Mercy finds herself in the body of a diva supermodel, and now both Luc and her human love interest, Ryan, are looking for her as the final conflict between heaven and hell approaches.Lim's prose is as clear and luminous as ever. Her characterisation is deft, and her talent for cr [...]

    7. What bugs me about these books is the sheer unbelievability. It was bad in the first two books, then it just got terrible in the third and now that I'm done with it I wonder if I should even read the fourth. This time around Mercy wakes up in the body of a supermodel who is both a drug addict and an utter bitch. Irina is a nasty piece of work and everyone around Mercy reminds her of that constantly. Mercy, of course, is torn between missing Ryan like she misses a lost limb and wanting Luc, even [...]

    8. Muse is a haphazard book - more so than those preceding it. I feel the characters are inaccessible and the plot, while engaging, is convoluted. Mercy becomes stronger, asking questions about her past and unearthing dark secrets that have been kept from her for centuries. It’s nice to finally get some details about what she did to deserve her bizarre punishment. However, Mercy’s constant fainting because everything overcame her grew tiresome, especially when she has been strong in the previou [...]

    9. Muse, the third book of Mercy series isn't as silly and bad as some other badly written angel series, like: Hush, Hush and Fallen. The author has some refreshing ideas up her sleeves and the book is a quick, easy read. As long as you don't think too deeply into the details, then you'll be alright.Plus, the cover really is pretty. Although I'm disappointed of the revealing of Luc's true identity---the answer to this mystery is so damn obvious! And for how many times we must remind authors that De [...]

    10. There was high octane tension in the third book in Rebecca Lim's angel series, this one called Muse. Mercy and Exile were the calm before the storm that came in an ending that takes your breath away. There is more interaction between the real world and the supernatural in this volume, with Mercy learning about her past and who she really is - and was. I just never knew where it was going to go next, and I hung out for glimpses of the higher powers as the tension built until the thrilling last pa [...]

    11. TBH- i thought i knew this books type of storyline after reading the first two books, but i guess i was wrong the storyline gets better and better be continued

    12. Check out the full review here:entwinetsd.wordpress/2017 ---Extract:ONE WORD – SLOWONE SENTENCE – DEFIANTLY A BOOK TO STICK WITH TILL THE END, AND ONCE YOU DO YOU WON’T REGRET IT 🙂Have you ever been so tired you don’t understand what you’re reading but you read it anyway? Yeah, that was me with this book – but you read it anyway as it is too exciting and when you leave the book it’s all you can think about and you can’t sleep 😛Honestly, I feel sorry for the people who had t [...]

    13. I just don't know what to think about this series. Each book has started out rough for me. I get annoyed by the body jacking and the severe sense of amnesia that Mercy has each time she wakes. I wish she would be able to have some sense of history of the bodies she shares. About half way through we get more info on Mercy and who she was and then I get sucked in every time.This has an amazing scene at the end but it leaves you wonder where could it go. Nothing left to do other than keep reading.

    14. Nein,das war irgendwie nix.Ich fand die ersten beiden Teile ja noch relativ unterhaltsam,wenn auch nicht absolut umwerfend,aber im dritten Teil bin ich irgendwie nicht richtig mitgekommen und irgendwie fehlte mir da auch Mercys Bezug zu Irina.Sie war da doch mehr mit sich selbst beschäftigt,was ansich hätte spannend werden können,weil ihre Erinnerung wiederkommt und sie wieder etwas mehr zu sich selbst findet,jedoch wurde mir das einfach zu verworren erzählt.Ich werde Teil4 dennoch eine Chan [...]

    15. Queeeeeee???? El libro no puede acabar así!!! Bien, debo decir que me estaba cansando de la Mercy debilucha que estaba presente en los inicios del libro, porque ella no es así. Para el final, ya volvió a ser lo que era, me encanta. Sabía que había algo extraño en ese Luc, pero no me imaginé que fuera algo así, digo, en serioo? este idiota resulta ser Lucifer en persona? Shock! Y Ryan, porque bueno, ninguna historia de este tipo estaría completa sin el chico imperfectamente perfecto. No [...]

    16. "Besessen" ist der dritte Teil der Mercy-Tetralogie von Rebecca Lim und im Vergleich zu den Vorgängern nimmt die Geschichte endlich Fahrt auf. "Besessen" konnte mich daher etwas mehr überzeugen als "Erweckt". Der große Wurf ist es allerdings immer noch nichtInhalt: Mercy erwacht im Körper des bildhübschen, aber durch Drogen und schlechtes Verhalten kurz vor dem Absturz stehenden Supermodels Irina in Mailand. Während sie versucht sich in Irinas Leben zurecht zu finden und Ryan aufzuspüren, [...]

    17. WARNING: This review will likely have spoilers for the Mercy series by Rebecca Lim, which includes Mercy and Exile.Caitlin: My favourite thing about this book? ANSWERS! I love getting answers, don’t you?Christine: I do. Some of them I’d already figured out before the main character, Mercy, but the BIG one was answered. Of course it was an ‘A-ha!’ moment, like yes, I should have realized that was the answer before and now I feel kind of silly that it took me this long to get it. *sigh*Cai [...]

    18. WARNING: This review will likely have spoilers for the Mercy series by Rebecca Lim, which includes Mercy and Exile.Caitlin: My favourite thing about this book? ANSWERS! I love getting answers, don’t you?Christine: I do. Some of them I’d already figured out before the main character, Mercy, but the BIG one was answered. Of course it was an ‘A-ha!’ moment, like yes, I should have realized that was the answer before and now I feel kind of silly that it took me this long to get it. *sigh*Cai [...]

    19. 4.5 StarsI started reading Muse a couple of months ago and had to put it down for a rainy day. I knew I'd need it as a back up after a particularly terrible bout of YA books. Based on other reviews I've read, I know that some readers don't like Mercy as a character. I personally love her. She's cold and often uncaring and just the closest representation of how I think an angel would behave.This installment sees Mercy sub planted into the host body of world famous supermodel Irina. I love how Mer [...]

    20. Be warned that I do not actually usually do my reviews like this. Once in a while, yes because gifs are fun!PS: Did you know if you included emojis in reviews, anything typed after the first emoji disappears?!I almost died when my entire review was gone Thank the creators of Google and for cookies/session (if you don't understand those terms, it's okay).SoReview:After I finished Exile (Book #2), I was beyond excited for Muse (Book #3). I picked up the book and LITERALLY settled it beside my lap [...]

    21. The story is really coming together. Fabulous detail & insight in this onePlease bear in mind that this is the third book in the series and may therefore contain spoilers for the previous books.Following the dramatic ending of Exile (Review HERE) there isn't much time to place Mercy into a new host. When Mercy awakens in the body of Russian super-model Irina she has regained most of her memory. Her own thoughts and feelings although she enigma of Luc and why she is on earth is yet to be reve [...]

    22. I have to admit this before I begin my review, Rebecca Lim has every emotion possible in her books and MUSE left my with an emotional tornado. I loved it! My favourite so far in the MERCY series. Having said that, I think I need to go into more detail as to why the book is one of my favourites, it has a lot more of the paranormal element, the angels seemed to share the spotlight with Mercy and finally Mercy was finding out who she was before she become a "body snatcher". Answers are ripe for the [...]

    23. First off, I definitely enjoyed the angel lore in Muse, and that the reader finally learns some new informations and revelations regarding Mercy and her kin. However, they were awfully predictable. I had guessed them by the end of book one and had hoped to be overwhelmed and awed. Instead, they were pretty predictable and add nothing new to the table. The topic has been done before, and better.Speaking of predictable, I saw the ending coming from a mile away, so I was underwhelmed once again. Le [...]

    24. Ryan is starting to get on my nerves! He is soi don't knowsperate? I mean he does love Mercy and that's sweet and all but i just don't like himI guess Ryan is ok but he's acting like Bella from Twilightwhich is annoying because 1. I hated how Bella acted and 2. it doesn't suit his personality! I just don't like Ryan for some reasonI don't hate him but i don't really like him eitherMercy is sort of okay but I don't like how she's so desperate to become a angel again and get back to LucMercy is on [...]

    25. This is kind of a tough book to review. While I have enjoyed all three of the Mercy novels so far, I think I'm starting to find the way Mercy can pretend to be the person who's body she's stuck with and have no real problems a bit too convenient. I mean, seriously, if you're stuck in the body of a super model famed for being a complete bitch, maybe you should start acting like a bitch. Her personal assistant even says 'you've changed resently' but then drops it because she's acting nice for a ch [...]

    26. Mercy is still an idiot. I'm not even going to explain. After being shot by a crazy lunatic, Mercy finds herself in Irina, who is one of the rudest, famous, and notorious supermodel. Especially for her streak of bloody hearts she leaves in her wake. Because Mercy is so sweet and angelic, Irina is thus Mercy and transformed into a much tamer version of a food-depraved, beautiful, mean, and rude supermodel.Yeah, soul jacking, possession, mind control. Call it whatever.Muse gets on with the main pl [...]

    27. It's a compliment to the author of these books that they only get better as the series goes along, and more addictive you want to find out what's going to happen but then life intrudes and all you can think of is getting back to the book to find out what will happen next.In a time when more often than not in a book series the books gradually get boring and shy away from the brilliance that was the first book this series has stayed constant and in my opinion exceeded the debut.So this time Mercy [...]

    28. I can't begin to express how awesome this series is. Mercy is a real character, if you know what I mean. She's not perfect, and we see alot of how she used to be in this one (Can you say biatch?). She wasn't a really nice, sweet, caring person like we see in alot of YA novels these days, she was mean and cruel. But she's changing and that's one of my favorite aspects so far, is the gradual changes in her. It took centuries of her seeing how others live to change her ways. Although she doesnt rec [...]

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