Galaxy “Alex” Stern returns for another adventure in Leigh Bardugo’s sequel to Ninth House. This time, Alex is determined to rescue Darlington from hell, even if it means risking her own life. Along the way, she will have to face demons, secret societies, and even her own past.
“Hell Bent” is an action-packed fantasy book that will keep you on your toes. Bardugo’s writing is sharp and witty, and his characters are complex and well developed. If you liked Ninth House, you’ll definitely want to read Hell Bent.
Following the events of Ninth House, Galaxy “Alex” Stern has returned to Yale University. She remains a member of Ninth House, but has also been recruited by a secret society called Lethe. The Lethe is in charge of maintaining peace among the different secret societies at Yale, and they are worried about a new threat that has arisen.
The threat is a demon named Darlington, who has been trapped in hell. Darlington is determined to escape, and is willing to do whatever it takes. Alex and the Lethe must stop Darlington before he can wreak havoc on Yale.
Galaxy “Alex” Stern: Alex, a former drug dealer and college dropout, is now a member of the Ninth House. She has a unique ability to see the dead, making her a valuable asset to the Lethe.
Darlington: A powerful demon who has been trapped in hell. He is determined to escape, and is willing to do whatever it takes.
Dawes: The head of the Lethe. He is a powerful and mysterious figure who knows more than he lets on.
The Ninth House: A secret society at Yale University responsible for maintaining peace among the different secret societies.
The Lethe: A secret society at Yale University tasked with protecting the world from supernatural threats.
Hell Bent is a complex and well-written novel that explores themes of good versus evil, power, and redemption. Bardugo’s characters are complex and well-developed, and her plot is full of twists and surprises. If you are looking for a fantasy book with exciting reading, Hell Bent is definitely worth reading.
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