A transcendent novel about a demon girl’s search for love, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Replacement Everything burns in Pandemonium, . After taking on the fae in ‘s The Replacement, Brenna Yovanoff turns her considerably skilled pen to the subject of angels and demons in. The Space Between By Brenna Yovanoff – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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In the twilight, my whole room is cluttered with trinkets. I was a little fearful of the dreaded “sophomore slump” with The Space Between, and clearly there brenan no need for me to worry.

She came to Adam across a meadow delirious with flowers and he was in love. I really liked the transition from Daphne’s home in Hell to Truman’s here on Earth, and the way the two came together. As the story charges forward with Daphne leaves purgatory in a desperate search for Obie who has gone missing. The unique worlds of Hell, Heaven yes, there is Heaven in this book as well and Earth are all rich, developed places that the characters explore.

Seriously, a couple of smooches and a couple litres of blood on walls don’t do much to interest an advanced reader.

Obie, for instance, saves broken souls from an imminent eternal stint in hell. Can’t think of a reason.

He was a demon who worked in the bone yard. Lilith communicating with her daughter through any reflective surface from mirrors to fenders to bird eyes was a highly original touch. The half angel kids tend to wind up with drug problems or in prison.


The Space Between by Brenna Yovanoff – FictionDB

The characters are developed richly as well. Now go read it! Daphne isn’t your normal girl. The coolness factor was in full swing. When I blink, they slip solid from my eyelashes.

The Space Between

This review refers to an advance review copy. For te, Daphne never really seemed to struggle with her humanity. And Te the protagonist mom is Lilith. Then, when I look back at the reviews I’ve written, I often think, “Okay, jog my memory. Her brother Obie’s job is to help the lost ones. But she’s also so much more than that: Cover and Book Design Beautiful! See 1 question about The Space Between…. Sexy as hell fallen angels strutting around in pinstripe suits – Beelzebub anyone?

May 13, Darkfallen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Crazy for Young A And where some people do the whole gritty urban yovwnoff for shock value, Brenna’s reads much more authentic and just a matter of course, in a sad way.

The Space Between | Brenna Yovanoff

This little twist is very quickly resolved within the following dozen pages, and so the story ends with the neat little bow that everyone was probably expecting. In this case, two worlds, Pandemonium and Earth. I am not always a fan of multi-narrators because I think the story can seem disjointed or muddled.

Having said that, The Space Between is lovely in its darkness and secrets. She treats her source material with respect, while simultaneously giving it her own spin to allow her story to distinguish itself from others in the genre.


She seeks out Truman, the last person to see her brother alive for a clue to where he might. Yovanof did a lovely job illustrating how a non-human might interact without making demons black and white villains.

Her descriptions of Pandemonium were detailed and vivid, and her unique spin on the tale of Lilith and Lilith’s children pulled me in during the prologue. But she also discovers, unexpectedly, what it means to love and be human in a world where human is the hardest thing to be.

Determined to find him, Daphne travels from her home in Pandemonium to the vast streets of Earth, where everything is colder and more terrifying.

The ending is surprising. When I saw this book on Goodreads, I’d given it a somewhat lukewarm reception. How can you love anything in a place like this? To find her brother Obie, the only one she cares about, she must leave the only home she knows to venture into a place she’s hetween heard before, earth.

Enthralled was I until. Dec 13, Elizabeth Scott rated it it was amazing.