Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. The scythes are still swinging in this sequel to the humorously Scorch (Croak Series Book 2) – Kindle edition by Gina Damico. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Scorch (Croak, book 2) by Gina Damico – book cover, description, publication history. Teenage grim reaper Lex and the rest of the underworldly inclined residents of a magical upstate-New York town return for this entertaining.
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Plus, hilarity ensues when Uncle Mort has to play chaperone all the time.
There are some really great developments and twists that Scocrh never saw coming. To download from the iTunes Store, get iTunes now. Sep 24, Natalie Monroe rated it really liked it Shelves: Yes, I don’t know what kind of relationship these guys have, but the sloppy make out sessions only managed to disgust me.
You will be rewarded with an awesome story, with a kick-ass main character, but also with a lot of side characters who are weird and lovely in their own ways, and who will make you laugh almost constantly until the very last page.
I liked the new more complex Lex. Now this idiocy is mostly related to Lex and Driggs’ so called relationship.
Especially Lex and her Damning abilities which are all like: Nov 24, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: Lex smiled and looked up at him. While the synopsis makes it seem like most of the book takes place in DeMyse, this is pretty misleading, since it’s to DeMyse that the char Originally reviewed on reutreadsa young adult book blog.
I feel like this series tries to ask some really hard questions about morality, but Lex is so blissfully free of having to pay for her choices that it’s hard to really take that aspect of the series seriously.
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My only job is to protect my citizens. The plot line steps up giba notch. There is something so great about when a villain is done well. Jun 21, Booknut rated it it was amazing Shelves: Other than that, I literally don’t know where to start or really what to say — I despise Norwood and Heloise, Zara has really gone off the deep end, and I’m not the biggest fan of Ferbus in this book. Your tongue and its many talents are perfect. Sep 27, Scoch rated it it was ok. In Croak, she was shown to be a lovely person with a crush on Driggs.
She showed the tendencies in the previous book. The Summer I Became a Nerd. I think the sloppy kissing gins supposed to be funny.
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Lex sees Cordy and is reassured that her sister doesn’t hate her. You submitted the following rating and review. He turned out to be half ghost and half human. A wacky idea took place. Lex damned both Heloise and Norwood but Norwood culled her power. My main problem is with the idioc Scorch was a really disappointing read. Daimco and Heloise,snakes and leeches they damuco I loved CroakI found it entertaining and rather funny.
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Please try again later. After returning to Croak, there is commotion going on. My biggest, hugest beef with this series is the scordh of Lex’ When I finished the book, I thought I would need some time to reflect on it and decide what to give it.
I particularly mourn the lack of female villains — good, potent female villains. But when tragedy strikes, the Grims rise up against him, too.