Book Review: Eyrie by Emma Michaels

Society of Feathers #2
Author: Emma Michaels
Reading Level: Young Adult
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Released: September 17th 2014
Review Source: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing | Netgalley

Somewhere between falling and flying… you will find the truth.

The truth is being unveiled and Iris’ past is unlike anything she ever could have guessed. For Stryx, finding your missing half doesn’t always mean finding your mate. Iris has been missing a part of herself for so long that no one is sure she will be able to put the pieces back together and her ever reliable dreams may be forcing her astray. Coping with the death of someone she loved, she is forced to face the truth and break free from the lies that have caged her.

“Somewhere between falling and will find the truth.”

I devoured Owlet and Eyrie in under 24 hours.

I’m really enjoying this series. The main characters are awesome and one of my favourite parts about this novel was getting to know the vultures more, seeing them more as people rather than full-time guards. Their personalities popped out some. A new character appears, too. He stole my heart instantly. Nestor is the cutest, considerate youngster who’s Iris’ new guard. I love him so much!

Eyrie continues straight on from Owlet. Life isn’t easy for Iris after everything which has happened, coming to terms with the death of a love one isn’t easy for her and she’s left with one blood relative, her grandfather. But she also has a million other things to deal with/come to terms with.  One of them being her species doesn’t know she lives, her death faked as an infant to save her life. The truth needs to come out. They need to know she lives as an Owlet. They need to know the power she holds inside of her—power which could change thing for the better.  And they definitely need to know what a lying, betraying snake Caleb is, because he needs to be stopped.

There was a cliffhanger, one I kind of expected, however it was executed in a way which I didn’t expect, if that makes sense. I loved how the author did that.  And the shame is I don’t have Stryx to read right now, because I'm dying to get my hands on it!


  1. What a pretty cover!

    I haven't read Owlet yet but it sounds like an interesting series.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

  2. Emma was actually one of the first authors that I friended when she first started out. I'm so glad to see that she's doing really well!


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