Poppet – The Pravus Series Reading Order

by Maryse on April 20, 2012 · 4 comments

in Reading Order Guide:

As recommended by Jasmin:

“I found a free book on Amazon written by Poppet called Seithe. I think you will like it. I thought it was pretty interesting. Its paranormal with Fallen Angels. I really enjoyed it. Hope you get a chance to read it.”

and Tiffany loved it too:

Tiffany: I just finished SEITHE and it was Awesome! Thanks for the Heads up!! :)

Maryse’s Book Blog: I hear this one is also very “Fifty” like in his demeanor… is it true?

Tiffany: Def. like Fifty only more bad assed!! She is an awesome author!! Im reading Penance now!!

About the series:

In a rage Phoebe stalks out on her past.

Fate twists her into new arms when she enters the club Pravus, where the fallen congregate.

She steps out of her life induced coma and indulges in SEITHE.

He’s intoxicating, enthralling and dangerous. Is he a Vampyre, Demon, or Fallen angel? She’s about to find out, if he doesn’t kill her first.


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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Krista April 20, 2012 at 2:37 PM

Love Poppet :) Her Erra series is also really good. I’ve only read the first in this one but I enjoyed it.

Darlene April 20, 2012 at 2:47 PM

Just an FYI for people with a Nook. B&N also has “Seithe” for free…

Kathryn Hughett October 27, 2012 at 4:56 PM

I’ve been reading the series and am almost done with Zauran. Poppet’s writing style makes me have to really concentrate on what she is saying. She strings together a lot of words that aren’t common in everyday vernacular. I get confused sometimes too on whose pov I’m reading. The world she has created is original & interesting.

Katherine Solotwa September 26, 2013 at 12:04 AM

I loved this book. The enthralling darkness the author writes with is almost poetic. It really wrangles an emitonal response from you beuase her writing style is just beautiful. Kind of reminds me of classic Anne Rice with a modern twist; very descriptive Everything is so vivid and life-like.

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