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Greta and the Glass Kingdom (Mylena Chronicles) by [Jacobs, Chloe]
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Once upon a dark time…

Greta the human bounty hunter never quite fit into the shadowed, icy world of Mylena. Yet she's managed to defeat the demon Agramon and win the love of the darkly intense Goblin King, Isaac. Now Isaac wants her to rule by his side—a human queen. And the very announcement is enough to incite rebellion…

To make matters worse, defeating Agramon left Greta tainted with a dark magick. Its unclean power threatens to destroy her and everything she loves. With the Goblin King's life and the very peace of Mylena at stake, Greta must find a cure and fast.

Her only hope lies with the strange, elusive faeries in the Glass Kingdom…if she can get there before the evil within her destroys everything.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1445 KB
  • Print Length: 314 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (Feb. 9 2015)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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After Greta's confrontation with the demon Agramon, and the black magic of the portal, Greta is still paying the consequences. The magic seems to not want to leaver her alone, and wants to destroy everything and everyone around her. To save the world Greta takes a trip to the fairy's Glass Kingdom.
There was definitely a choice made by the author in this novel that was a terrible idea. For the sake of spoilers, I will not tell you what happens, but a hint would be this sentiment we all seem to share. We all seem to hate when a favorite primary character is practically completely removed from the majority of the of the story. When this event occurred, I was both confused and angry to a degree. I almost threw the book.
The positive sides of this novel would definitely be the kick-butt-ness of the main character that was present in the previous book Greta and the Goblin King. In addition, the plot twist that occures in the novels was very unexpected and riveting. I give Greta and the Glass Kingdom THREE STARS OUT OF FIVE!
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HASH(0x9aa49e28) out of 5 stars Loved Going Back To Mylena! Feb. 21 2015
By Teresa - Published on
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I have been waiting so long to get my hands on this book. I had been building up the anticipation for over two years now. I’m not going to lie, I was nervous. What if the sequel didn’t live up to my expectations? What if I didn’t love the series as much anymore? I mean I love Isaac and I had so much hope for the sequel, but as with any sequel I always have those little voices of doubt in my head. I shouldn't have worried though because Greta and the Glass Kingdom was a great follow up and I loved going back to Mylena.

Greta is still the kickass heroine I remembered her to be and I love her so much for that. I love that she is the one taking charge and leading the way. She doesn’t let anything stop her and she never gives up. Even when things seem to be their darkest, she keeps pushing and fighting.

And then there is Isaac and I had almost forgotten how much I absolutely love and adore him. Seriously. He has stolen my heart and I don’t care if he ever gives it back or not. He is so strong and wild and rough around the edges, but he is still sweet and he cares and that combination makes him great.

I really enjoyed visiting Mylena again. Chloe has created such an incredible world. It is so captivating and dangerous and you can vividly picture it in your head. I also loved the twists and turns throughout the story. Some I saw coming but others took me completely by surprise. It really kept me on my toes. The pacing was good and I never felt bored. But that ending… OH MY GOD! I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book.

Greta and the Glass Kingdom was a great story with danger, adventure, action, and of course a swoony romance. For those of you who have been waiting for this one, the wait was most definitely worth it. And if you haven’t started this series yet, I highly suggest you do.
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HASH(0x9aa4b090) out of 5 stars LLC Well looks like I'm in the minority here May 29 2015
By MorganReadsBooks - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this from Netgalley for my honest review. Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC

Well looks like I'm in the minority here. I didn't enjoy this book.

In the beginning, I thought it was going good. It starts out where we were left off but the feel was different. Greta was no longer bad ass bounty hunter but a whinny, insecure girl. I didn't like the direction that the book took right off the bat and I have to say, I only made it like 60 pages in. The whole story felt contrived and strained. It mostly just annoyed me.
HASH(0x9aa4b2d0) out of 5 stars Loved this sequel, can't wait to start the next one! Feb. 3 2016
By Ashley Ferguson - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
It's been a long time since I've read Greta and the Goblin King. Almost 3 years. I was a little worried that I might not remember enough for Greta and the Glass Kingdom to make any sense, or to be able to fall back into Mylena. I was very, very wrong! Even though it's been years, as soon as I started reading Greta and the Glass Kingdom, I was immediately pulled right back into the world and the lives of these characters as if I had never left! Even though there were definitely things that I didn't remember right away, there are so many subtle refreshers that everything came back very quickly. They're expertly woven into the story, and I never felt like I was taking out of what was happening now to be reminded of something that happened then.

One of my favorite things about Greta and the Goblin King was the beautiful world-building, and this book was no different. Even though I thought I knew a lot about Mylena, I learned so much more about this incredible world. It was really neat to learn things as Greta learned them, especially since it made for seamless story-telling. I felt like I was trudging through the snow, stuck in the forest, and experiencing the Glass Kingdom with Greta, Siona, and the faeries. I could feel the excitement of the goblins when Isaac reveals his surprise at the party, and I felt just as terrified as Greta as the dark magick starts to take over.

Greta is still as bad-ass as I remember, maybe even more so, and I really enjoyed watching her grow and mature and deal with the magick inside of her. She's still scared that she's no good for Isaac, but she still never gives up and still keeps pushing forward, trying to prove herself and save the world she's come to care about. And speaking of Isaac, I still love him just as much as I did before. He believes in Greta, and he is willing to give up everything to be with her. He goes through so much in this book, and there were several times when I was afraid he wasn't going to come back.

Basically, everything about this book was fantastic! It's full of adventure, danger, romance, magick, friendship, and so much more. The world-building and story-telling are gorgeous, and I can't wait to read the final book in this amazing trilogy! Luckily, the wait this time is very short!! If you're a fan of YA fantasy, this is one series you don't want to miss, especially if you like books like Rae Carson's The Girl of Fire and Thorns and Amber Argyle's Winter Queen. 4/5!
HASH(0x9aa4b474) out of 5 stars Greta and the Glass Kingdom by Chloe Jacobs Feb. 15 2015
By Jaime Lynn - Published on
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I read Greta and the Goblin King just a couple of weeks ago, and I absolutely loved it. It was full of emotion, passion, romance, adventure, magic. I had a feeling that I would like it, but I had no idea just how much. I read it in a couple of hours. Just couldn't put it down! I wanted Glass Kingdom in my hands, immediately after reading Goblin King. Thankfully, I am a part of this wonderful tour, so I didn't have to wait too long!

Glass Kingdom starts off right after the events at the end of Goblin King. Greta is struggling with this dark magick inside of her, and it is posing a serious threat to Isaac. She knows she has to figure out some way to get rid of it, but there are more pressing matters at first. Like her being presented as the future Goblin Queen of Mylena, for one! Unfortunately, that becomes the least of her concerns, and Greta and gang find themselves on a mission. A mission for allies, for a way to release her from the magick, and finding a ragtag bunch of human children, lost in the Mylean wilderness.

This sequel is one of those sequels that live up to the first books awesomeness in every way, and somehow even surpasses it. There is no short of adventures, fighting for lives, and heartbreak along the way. The characters we came to love are still here, and each has managed to grow as a person. We meet some new characters in this story, some good and some bad. It is hard to tell immediately whether you can trust them or not, and trust becomes hard to give to even those characters you have fallen in love with. The pacing of this story is perfection, and the writing has such a wonderful flow.

Greta has grown from the last book, and throughout this sequel she continues to grow, to morph and to change. She has been dealing with so much since she first arrived in Mylena, but finally having opened herself up to loving and caring for it's people also causes her no short of heartache. Yet, it has made her a better, stronger, braver person. Siona has a much larger role in this one, and I truly enjoyed getting to know her, even when I might not have liked her at certain points in the story. Her and Greta's relationship has grown, and I loved their scenes together. Wyatt is back, and he has grown a thicker skin. He has changed a lot from the first book, and I truly enjoyed his character. And Isaac, how I love Isaac. I can't say too much about this important player, but I will say this. I had HOPE, the whole way through. He is such a great Goblin King! Each player in this story is multi-faceted, and they each stand out in their own ways.

All in all, this series is quickly turning into a favorite. It is a special series, and it has captured my heart. There is a certain scene on a bridge, with a monster and his pet, and a song, that might easily be a favorite. But there are so many favorite parts of this story! And what an ENDING! What a middle! I cannot wait to see what Chloe Jacobs has in store for these amazing characters in the next book. And I hope that next book gets here soon! I would absolutely recommend this series to any teenager, and tell every adult to give it a chance. I am 32 years old, and I have fallen in love with this amazingly talented writer, and the world and characters she obviously loves so very much!

Thank you to Chloe Jacobs and YA Bound for allowing me the chance to read this book, and be a part of the tour!
HASH(0x9aa4b840) out of 5 stars Sweet baby Jesus Feb. 15 2015
By Maghon Thomas - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Sweet baby Jesus, I was not prepared for this. I did not expect the author to have such a devilish streak that she likes to torture her characters so much! And then make it better to have to throw you for a big ole loop at the last second of the ending. And boy oh boy have I become a die hard fan after this one. I don't even know what to say except that this writer has made me love these characters so much that I'm a mess at the end of the book.

Greta saved a lot of people at the end of book one but at a sacrifice to herself. There's a dark magic left over from the demon and his portal and it's turning her into a monster. It's also putting a lot of other people around her on danger, so she agrees to go to the Faeries to let them help her get it out of her. And along the way, Isaac announces her to be his future queen and some very unthinkable things happen. Greta has changed so much. From her human self to her bounty hunter self to her now present self where she almost feels to take on the responsibility of the world and everyone in it. She thinks herself so bad and her she helps the so called monsters and finds a way to save everyone else even those mean to her.

Isaac is my new BBF! He's just that amazing. And I do love Wyatt but I have a special place in my heart that he's going to get a HEA just not with Greta. I also won't say more about them because I don't do spoilers. Siona, man I have so many things to say about her but for now I will say that I still think of her as a friend to Greta no matter what.

The story is fast passed and action packed with some serious plot twists, some mind blowing events, and some even heart wrenching moments that just make me wanna be all crazy!! Lol! The writing is fantastic and I will tell everyone- if you haven't read this series, I don't know what the hell you're waiting for!! And I'm especially grateful right now that I'm a reviewer for Entangled because they have me this most wonderful book! It's like Christmas lol :) a GOBLIN FILLED 5 PAWS!!