The Space Between (2019)

The Space Between Brenna Yovanoff The Space Between Everything is made of steel even the flowers How can you love anything in a place like this Daphne is the half demon half fallen angel daughter of Lucifer and Lilith Life for her is an endless expan
  • Title: The Space Between
  • Author: Brenna Yovanoff
  • ISBN: 9781595143396
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Hardcover
The Space Between Brenna Yovanoff Everything is made of steel, even the flowers How can you love anything in a place like this Daphne is the half demon, half fallen angel daughter of Lucifer and Lilith Life for her is an endless expanse of time, until her brother Obie is kidnapped and Daphne realizes she may be partially responsible Determined to find him, Daphne travels from her home in Pandemonium tEverything is made of steel, even the flowers How can you love anything in a place like this Daphne is the half demon, half fallen angel daughter of Lucifer and Lilith Life for her is an endless expanse of time, until her brother Obie is kidnapped and Daphne realizes she may be partially responsible Determined to find him, Daphne travels from her home in Pandemonium to the vast streets of Earth, where everything is colder and terrifying With the help of the human boy she believes was the last person to see her brother alive, Daphne glimpses into his dreams, discovering clues to Obie s whereabouts As she delves deeper into her demonic powers, she must navigate the jealousies and alliances of the violent archangels who stand in her way But she also discovers, unexpectedly, what it means to love and be human in a world where human is the hardest thing to be.
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  1. Maja (The Nocturnal Library)

    Before, when Lilith left, she d been stony and remote Now, she trembled, outraged that a man could refuse his son She spit in Adam s face and cursed the day she ever saw him It was the day she d been born Then she took Obie and left, pelting away through the dark.In the dark is where she met my father.First of all, I d like to take a second to admire the truly marvelous cover art, done by the amazing Spanish artist Nekro He is responsible for some of my favorite covers, like Anna Dressed in Bloo [...]

  2. Jillian -always aspiring-

    This novel tore my heart out and then handed it back to me, all the while giving a sad but sheepish smile My love for this book is probably not entirely rational, but I will attempt to write a coherent review that doesn t descend into gushing and babbling I m not always certain why some books affect me than others Sometimes I think a few of them merely catch me at the right times and places, hitting me when I m emotionally weak or mentally exhausted Then, when I look back at the reviews I ve wr [...]

  3. mark monday

    lack of affect can be a compelling thing to witness in a character from Hitchcock s cool blondes to Bret Easton Ellis hollow men to Fassbinder s gallery of life s victims to probably every character that has ever sprung from the mind of Marguerite Duras, lack of affect rarely fails to fascinate and now that I ve done my due diligence in trying to sound as high brow and intellectual as I possibly can, please meet affect less Daphne, daughter of Lilith and Lucifer, protagonist of the entrancingly [...]

  4. Trudi

    The treachery of a demon is nothing compared to the betrayal of an angel In the dark is where she met my father.What tops being the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn Why being the daughter of Lucifer and Lilith of course If I had never heard of Brenna Yovanoff and if I had not read and loved her debut novel The Replacement I still would have picked up this book based on the heroine s parentage alone And if that didn t do it, look at that lush, gorgeous cover, like a Baroque tapestry or Hier [...]

  5. Emily May

    I wanted Brenna Yovanoff to be my Y for the A Z challenge, but this book is way too boring There was nothing appealing about the characters or the story in the few chapters I read and I refuse to force myself to read any of this when I have a pile of other books calling to me.Any suggestions for my Y would be gratefully received.

  6. Lissa Smith Reads'~Bookaholics Bookshelf Reviews

    Yes, he s dead for the only reason that matters He died for redemption I gave him redemption, even if I will never be forgiven Beelzebub Kindle Location 3357 3558What attracted me to The Space Between was the Lilith story line I am such a sucker for mythology and an even bigger sucker for religious mythology I always find it interesting to see what kind of spin author will put on them So when my reading group announced The Space between would be the mid month read and I got a look at the synopsi [...]

  7. Caro M.

    I must confess, I was hooked on cover first Then I really, really liked the mythological background of this story Daphne, the main character plus half narrator, is a daughter of Lilith, yes, that Lilith, and Lucifer Being basically a blue blooded princess amongst her many relatives, she resides in Hell Pandemonium, where she hangs out with Beelzebub and other demons, mostly her sisters, the Lilim, girls with metal teeth How can one not love metal teeth But our Daphne is sort of an emo kid, she s [...]

  8. Angela

    Disappointing but unique take on demon mythosIn Brenna Yovanoff s sopho novel, The Space Between, Daphne has spent an apathetic life within the metal city of Pandemonium As the half demon, half fallen angel daughter of Lilith and Lucifer, she lives in a space where little changes and love doesn t matter When her brother Obie goes missing, Daphne realizes she must travel to Earth in an attempt to save him Putting her own demon nature to the test and relying on Truman, a human boy with problems of [...]

  9. Darkfallen

    This is one of those books that leaves you breathless, that reminds us why we all read in the first place One of those books that keeps us wading through all the not so good books because we are searching for that one that will mean something.This is the book I ve been searching for This is the book that means something This is the best YA Paranormal book I ve read since, dare I say, The Twilight Saga, and the The Wolves of Mercy Falls Trilogy 01 26 page 304 84.0% I m not even done with this boo [...]

  10. Jasmine

    I wrote a really nice review for this book but ate it, so I will try again but seeing as I am getting progressively sleepy you get my point first this isn t as good as the replacement As the script said you have your whole life to write your first album and 6 months to write your second album paraphrased not that this is like a danielwinski situation, this book is still very very good, it just isn t genius like the first one it has two major issues 1 there is an awkward dual perspectives narrat [...]

  11. jesse

    2.5 5coverthe cover sums the story of the book in just one picture up dark, creepy, terrifying, but also with flashes of beauty i get goosebumps just by looking at this cover storydaphne daughter of lilith and lucifer and a mortal boy, truman meet in hell, because he tried to kill himself but circumstances allow truman to return to earth daphne stays in hell when her brother goes missing, she leaves her home behind to find truman, the last person to see her brother one thing leads to another and [...]

  12. Lauren

    The Space Between was filled with atmosphere and beautiful world building much in the style of Daughter of Smoke and Bone The heroine, Daphne, is a demon but not evil Yovanoff did a lovely job illustrating how a non human might interact without making demons black and white villains I was still reminded of the show Supernatural s illusive nuggets about the pit we didn t get to glimpse I think Pandemonium wasn t as idyllic to other demons but being the daughter of Lucifer and Lilith had it d adva [...]

  13. Misty

    Thanks to Alexis for letting me borrow this Brenna Yovanoff is quickly becoming one of those authors whose books I will buy without even knowing what they are about In just two books The Replacement and now The Space Between , she s convinced me of her skill and understanding and finesse as a writer and made me trust that, whatever she s writing about, I will want to read it I was a little fearful of the dreaded sopho slump with The Space Between, and clearly there was no need for me to worry.As [...]

  14. Giselle (Book Nerd Canada)

    Daphne, so lost and bored in hell, finally finds a reason to leave 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 only heard before, earth With the help of Truman they go on a journey to find Obie and along the way find the one thing they least expectedlove.Brenna s writing immediately pulls you in and leaves you in her world In this case, two worlds, Pandemonium and Earth I didn t have any trouble keeping myself immer [...]

  15. Eilonwy

    This is a weird book I neither hated it nor loved it, despite the fact that it s highly creative Part of the problem is the narration from Daphne she s a demon, who barely experiences emotion, and so despite the horror imagery and some really terrifying things that happen, there was a sense of distance or disconnect of some sort that kept it all from registering very strongly for me Parts of the story are told in third person from Truman s POV, and I personally found those bits much involving b [...]

  16. Epizeuxis

    I ve been wanting to read this book for a looong time Granted, it may have been mostly because of that jaw dropping cover, but I was also intrigued by the premise of the story A YA novel told from the perspective of Lucifer s daughter is not something that you encounter every day I haven t read much literature when it concerns angels and demons a theme that has rushed in to take the place of the vampire craze post Twilight If the general GoodReads population is to be believed, most of these new [...]

  17. Kelli

    I really didn t know that angels of the non fallen variety would be a part of the plot Had I have known that I probably wouldn t ve been anxiously awaiting the release of The Space Between As a general rule of thumb, for some strange reason, I don t particularly care for stories revolving around demons and archangels battling it out It might be because, strangely, angel lore stories movies bore me to tears Supernatural and Daughter of Smoke and Bone are my two exceptions But demons on the other [...]

  18. hayden

    Everything is made of steel, even the flowers How can you love anything in a place like this Brenna Yovanoff s The Space Between is the poignant and beautiful tale of a semi confused and not like expected character resulting from the pair of Lucifer and Lilith The story progresses quickly, the inciting event happening not too far into the book The writing is gorgeous, as is the norm for a Yovanoff book.Daphne is the half demon, half fallen angel daughter of Lucifer and Lilith Life for her is an [...]

  19. Nalnac

    4 Stars and a cautionThis story is definitely not for the faint of heart.I am not going to give away the plot.Nor the beauty of the demonic world created by Brenna Yovanov, or the luscious prose, and amazing characterization.Just few hints Take one emo kid named Truman Think of Sam , without the guitar and wearwolfism, and add 1000 times angst on top of it , add a demon girl named Daphne think of Karu ,without blue hair, tatoos, colorful beading nacklace, and all that joy de vivre and kick ass [...]

  20. Andjela

    This would have been an AMAZING book, only if it had at least 400 pages I was intrigued by the world and the interesting take on demons offspring of Lilith aaand Lucifer, aaand a bunch of other demon dudes , however, for the most part this book seemed rushed There was so much space to build the world, develop characters and flesh out the relationships If only this was the fist book in series, I could overlook the flaws, but, alas, it s a standalone novel, so this is all we get.However, if you r [...]

  21. Elizabeth Scott

    If you d told me that my YA keeper shelf would contain a book about one of Lucifer s daughters and how she leaves hell and gets help finding her brother from a guy who wants to kill himself, I would have said, Sure, and then we ll all get free ponies Guess what This book is on my keeper shelf I ve never read anything else like it the premise is beyond intriguing and Daphne and Truman well, let s just say I like to think they re out there somewhere, eating pie together The only reason I can think [...]

  22. Elizabeth

    One of my besties GENEROUSLY loaned me her advanced reader s copy of this book I took it with me while on vacation and cracked it open in Germany Wow LOVED the divergent take on the creation story Read quickly thought about the characters in between walking tours and sightseeing That said, this is not a book for 12 older as the book cover states This story is for mature teens only It is dark, violent, and contains mature themes Even so, I still enjoyed it read in Frankfurt07 11

  23. Paola

    The Space Between was wonderful book with very interesting characters It was something new and refreshing o 5 stars it had me up all night to finish it I loved everything about it and will re read in the future.

  24. Joy (joyous reads)

    Brenna s debut novel, The Replacement didn t really appeal to me Don t get me wrong the novel was a study in world building with a story line that s quite unique But the lyrical writing left me completely baffled I thought that the book was better suited for the intellectual types, because heaven knows, I ve yet to figure out what it was about When I saw this book on , I d given it a somewhat lukewarm reception I was expecting the same writing style puzzling in a lot of ways but beautiful noneth [...]

  25. Melissa

    God made Adam out of dirt, complete with a soul, and a heart in his chest, and that was the first man There was a garden filled with beasts, where Adam lived alone Then, because it wasn t good for man to be alone, God made Lilith And that was the first mistake She came to Adam across a meadow delirious with flowers and he was in love She didn t love him back He didn t see the darkness in her He was young and thought that she could change My father says that s just what happens when you re young, [...]

  26. Ceitidh

    More reviews at dazzlingreadsThe Space Between is a book that really intrigued me by its peculiar and creepy premise However, it wasn t until I read many good reviews about this book that I decided to finally get it and glue my eyes into its pages It was the prologue that completely did it for me The Biblical references and the way Yovanoff introduces the story is so brilliantly written that readers will feel bewitched and compelled to keep reading the bizarre, wicked but alluring world Brenna Y [...]

  27. Eden

    Written in two perspectives, this YA novel puts a relatively fresh spin on the whole angels demons theme Daphne s POV, the main one, is written in first person present, while Trumann s human point of view is third person past, complete with a countdown clock at the beginning of his chapters This goes to underscore the lack of time and flow in Pandemonium compared to Earth.The perpetuity is just one of the details Yovanoff applies skilfully to Daphne s home Subtle layering of angel and demon hist [...]

  28. Tara Fuller

    Oh my goodness I cannot put into words how much I adore Brenna Yovanoff s writing As a reader I am in awe As a writer I am jealous Lol She has a way of crafting a story that is eerie, beautiful, and compelling all at once This was a book I could not put down Daphne is the half demon, half fallen angel daughter of Lucifer and Lilith Immediately she has my attention with Daphne and her life in Pandemonium alone We are propelled into the story as Daphne ventures to earth in a search for her brother [...]

  29. kari

    Sad to say I think giving this book a two is actually somewhat generous It feels as something of a mash up with Melissa Marr and Julie Kagawa and unfortunately the worst of their traits.Something that really bothers me quite a bit is when an author refuses to actually explain the basic bones of the story I have no idea who Lilith is and her story is barely touched upon, but still, I m left with questions which shouldn t be occupying my head if I m trying to get into the story Why would a demon h [...]

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