Starcrossed is a young adult fantasy romance novel by American author Josephine Angelini. The novel was followed by the sequels Dreamless and Goddess, and received praise from critics and fantasy authors amidst its release. 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 (Starcrossed Book 2) – Kindle edition by Josephine Angelini.

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There were lots of hints at the end about the impending war, so it’s going to be fierce.

By day she struggles to overcome the fatigue that is rapidly eroding her sanity. She needs to descend into the Underworld, since she’s the only one who can, and find the Furies to complete a mission she’s been set on. So this is a link to an email from Angelini that actually does clear up this date discrepancy. At the beginning of the novel, I wasn’t thinking this was how it was going to happen and when I found out it was, I was instantly relieved.

This page was last edited on 24 Juneat Their thoughts fit them so well.

There was everything I want to see at the end of a book and more, even better things. So, Helen, we meet again. The novel was eventually given release dates of April 5, in Spain, May 15, in Germany, and May 31, in the United States.


Dreamless by Josephine Angelini – review

As the only Scion who can descend into the Underworld, Helen Hamilton has been given a nearly impossible task. In the beginning josephkne Dreamless, Helen is essentially just repeating the same process over and over again, going down to the underworld searching for the answer to stopping the furies. This book is obsessive and gorgeous.

I didn’t approve of one of his initial decisions. At the beginning of the novel, I wasn’t thinking this was how it was going to happen and when I found out it was, I was instantly relieved.

Which can be a bit depressing. And we’re told this is a tradition. In the case of Dreamless, there was the pesky question of whether or not, Helen and Lucas, the star-crossed lovers were really cousins or not.

Dreamless is a young adult fantasy romance novel by American author Josephine Angelini. Search Our Books Keywords: Poor Helen and Lucas. But I have to admit one thing. Distraught, Helen carries on with her mission, and for the first time meets another person down in the shadowy underworld: Of course you are. I am looking forward to reading this one after loving the first one.

Although in actuality, it started off far too slowly for my taste, and I was quite disenchanted with that. Though Helen annoyed me a bit at some parts, she never crossed the line that made me hate her like Kill Me Softly because at least she was sacrificing for othersinstead of being a selfish b-witch. And can I say now how much I just love the cover?! Return to Book Page.

Amidst these revelations, Helen and Lucas seek a way to pursue their blossoming romance without endangering those around them. But I am torn between Lucas and Orion. I completely loved the concept and the intense action and everything that was going on, the creepiness and the mythology and the little details and everything.


The last installment of the trilogy, released on May 28, By night she wanders through Hades, trying to stop the endless cycle of revenge that has cursed her family. Yes, I totally counted. I truly, truly hate them.

Dreamless by Josephine Angelini

Orion is the gorgeous aren’t they all golden boy, with a tragic past, but always with a smile on his face to hide his pain! Then again, if she doesn’t want him, I’ll take him. This book was as good josephone even better than the first one! For all you know it could’ve had rabies or some other wild animal disease.

I should make it clear that there are many different ways to judge a book, and I’m judging Dreamless in relativity to Greek myths. And it’s SO not my fault that I’d rather dick around josehine in the sky than have my dinner after having only some pancakes for breakfast and a sandwich after school.

Wngelini face that launched a thousand ships and all that. Um, I’m a special snowflake who doesn’t like being special.