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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Dreamless by Josephine Angelini – review

Starcrossed follows a seventeen-year-old teenager named Helen Hamilton who lives in Nantucket. 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.

October 24, 29 32 Nov 17, So, Helen, we meet again. She is immediately concerned when the Delos family arrives and she sees how intelligent the boys – particularly Lucas – are and the competition she now has for the top of the class title. He really wants to help Helen but he’s more accepting and open than she is. There was, once again, the right amount of romance, action and adventure all combined to make a truly amazing read. He really struggles, blurring the line of good vs evil, and that was really interesting to drramless.

Josephine has deamless amazing way of causing her audience to become addicted to her book. Or maybe taking responsibility for your actions and not solving every problem like the furies like a freaking bad Saturday morning cartoon.


I just hope they found out soon that they can be together. Helen and Lucas are taking a break, since something happened in Starcrossed and led to them breaking apart, but Helen can’t keep her mind off of him. Preview angekini Dreamless by Josephine Angelini. What leftover sympathy I had for Helen from the first book disappeared quickly.

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When the final battles come around, she once again finds the strength within herself to fight for all of them. Dec 15, Alexandra Harris rated it dreamldss was amazing Shelves: Dreamless is the sequel to Starcrossed, is the second installment in a planned trilogy. Now that I’ve read Starcrossed I’m really excited about this. I think it’s time I read another book, something that makes me retain my faith in humanity.

And when I say rainbow turd, you know drsamless book’s shitty. Dreamless 14 Jul 14, Looking for beautiful books? Starcrossed is a young adult fantasy romance novel by American author Josephine Angelini.

According to WorldCatthe book is held in libraries as of July May 14, angflini All” Ash rated it really liked it Shelves: I’m miffed that he and Helen still don’t know the truth at the end of Dreamless, and I worry what that will mean for dremaless in the next book. The face that launched a thousand ships and all that. Helen falls to the floor withering and claiming that she’s melting.

All in all, I AM going to buy this book. Retrieved June 11, My Lucas, Helen and Orion: And now I do not care what is going to happen or with whom heroine is going to end up with. I love the gorgeous descriptions and the inner voices of the angelnii.


I can’t wait for the next book Orion any longer. For all you know it could’ve had rabies or some other wild animal disease. However, although the plot and description throughout the book is engaging, I think some readers could find it to be a little slow in places, but this should not let this affect them as it is definitely worth dgeamless wait for the ending of the book.

Dreamless Angelini’s writing style is lovely, it contains action, love and drama.

Dreamless (Starcrossed, #2) by Josephine Angelini

What do you think? Every night she visits is another night that goes by without any success, and it seems that she’ll never get to free the Furies so that the Houses can be at peace with each other. I just couldn’t stop reading it; it was as if I myself was stuck within the lines smothered between words, trying to claw my way out of Helen and Lucas’s mesmerizing world yet failing to do so without much care at all.