The sequel to the ever popular Elizabeth Miles series is loosely based on the Greek Furies, beautiful girls who are goddesses of retribution and punish teenagers as their sins. While Fury seemed to be another YA retelling of classic tales, it turned out much darker and more sinister than the beautiful covers allude to. It's sequel, Envy, is as darkly beautiful and destructive as the first. The moral ambiguity of the Furies are questionable and add a sinister tone to the otherwise beautiful setting in Maine. Without giving too much away to those who haven't yet read Fury, those who enjoy the works of Poe mixed with Mean Girls and a dash of Greek mischief will adore the series.
The Furies are back in the next creepy installment of the Fury Trilogy in the sinister and cursed town of Ascension, Maine. These beautiful furies are in the business of revenge and are about to make it known. With the winter snow and ice melting secrets, the seemingly peaceful town is soon to be rocked with new discoveries and rivalries. With main characters who are essentially villains, the Furies themselves and their community are sure to have one heck of a spring.
The Furies are back in the second book of a chilling paranormal trilogy where revenge rules the day—and “sorry” isn’t going to cut it.
Spring is coming, and the ice is slowly melting in Ascension…revealing the secrets buried beneath.
Emily Winters knows the Furies have roots in Ascension, Maine—but she’s about to discover that they’re deeper than she ever imagined. With the help of her new friend Drea, she vows to dig them out. But it’s hard to focus when she’s desperate to make up with JD, and to figure out why Crow, a mysterious Ascension High dropout, seems to be shadowing her.
Meanwhile, new girl Skylar McVoy is determined to leave her own dark past behind. So she’s thrilled when popular Gabby takes her under her wing, and the stunning and sophisticated Meg offers to give her a major makeover. But everyone knows what happens to the vainest girl of all…
It’s tempting to be naughty. But beware: the Furies are always watching, and their power grows stronger by the day.