Seeker (Riders, #2) by Veronica Rossi

Seeker (Riders, #2)

When Daryn claimed she was seeing visions during her sophomore year of high school, no one believed the truth.She wasn’t losing her mind; she was gaining the Sight—the ability to see the future. Daryn embraced her role as a Seeker. The work she did was important. She saved lives.Until Sebastian.Sebastian was her first—and worst—mistake.Since the moment she inadvertently sealed him in a dark dimension with Samrael, the last surviving demon...

Details Seeker (Riders, #2)

TitleSeeker (Riders, #2)
Release DateMay 16th, 2017
PublisherTor Teen
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Paranormal, Mythology

Reviews Seeker (Riders, #2)

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    I reckon it was a good enough ending. Gideon is hot. Just sayin' But he's a twat at times as they all act like they are 12 at times!
  • Alyssa
    ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***Seeker by Veronica RossiBook Two of the Riders seriesPublisher: Tor TeenPublication Date: May 16, 2017Rating: 4 starsSource: Review copy sent by the publisherSummary (from Goodreads):New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Veronica Rossi's new fantasy adventure in the Riders series—Seeker .When Daryn claimed she was seeing visions during her sophomore year of high school, no one believed th...
  • Suzanne
    Book trailer for the first book, Riders, posted at the bottom of the reviewI really enjoyed this duology. I have always loved to read or watch stuff on the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse so I was quick to preorder the first book and then the second when it became available for preorder on Amazon. It had an intriguing, modern twist on the horsemen. I was not a big fan of the seeker character of Daryn in either book but it was not enough to hinder...
  • Jessica
    Seeker by Veronica Rossi is book 2 in the Riders series, and it definitely delivered! While I really liked Riders, I feel like Seeker surpassed it. Clearly Rossi hasn't heard of sequel syndrome. All the characters we loved from the first book are back and continued to grow throughout this book. I love being able to see the characters continued development and growth within a series - they feel like real people. While Riders was from the perspecti...
  • Michael
    2.5Middle book syndrome. But might have been a duology?
  • nick
    4.5/5I don’t know if you guys are aware of this, but Veronica Rossi is one of my favorite authors ever. I have loved everything that she has written, and her Under the Never Sky trilogy holds a special place in my heart. Last year, Riders blew me away even though the writing and style were very different from what I had come to expect from Rossi. To me, it solidified how versatile and original she is as an author. Riders ended on a high note, w...
  • Cori Reed
    I liked this, but not as much as the first book. It felt like a very different story. That said, still a solid duology.
  • Mary H
    3.5 stars. My full review can be found on Mary Had a Little Book Blog here.
  • Sherry Fundin
    Horses rising from shadow, fire, ash and light, danger and suspense that had me shucking and jiving, flawed characters that had me eating out of their hands, and a storyline that had me twisting and turning to the end left me with a warm fuzzy feeling and a few chuckles in this paranormal/supernatural romantic fantasy that I highly recommend.To see more visit fundinmental
  • Rebecca
    When presented with the chance to read a book featuring the teenage embodiments of the four horsemen of the apocalypse, I jumped at the chance. Riders was a good start to the duology, and I expected Seeker to be just as interesting. This, however, didn’t turn out the way I had hoped.Seeker was a story that focused much more on Daryn (the Seeker) rather than the guys. This was alright because I liked her as a POV character and we still got POV f...
  • Jessica Dillema
    2018-03-01 heeft in een bepaalde zin eenzelfde karakter als diens voorganger Riders. Ik vond Zoeker iets minder goed dan Riders, maar dat heeft vooral te maken met dat ik meer van de geweldige dynamiek tussen de ruiters had willen zien. Dit kwam namelijk veel meer naar voren in Riders; in Zoeker kwamen Marcus, Jode en Bas minder op de voorgrond. Uiteraard nam ook Daryn veel ruimte in beslag doordat ook vanuit h...
  • Alexandra
    Review to come!
  • Dominika
  • Tati
    Gosh, this was a bad bad bad book...While I have to fess up and admit I'm partially to blame (my lazy brain didn't remember anything from the previous book), this was just confusing and overall uninteresting. To be honest, I really felt this book was kind of unnecessary. (view spoiler)[ too much time was spent on a plot that wasn't really a plot. The only plot was that they had to rescue someone from another dimension. And then, they spend nearly...
  • BookOwl BookOwl
    ☆☆☆Last half of the book just didn't do it for me.It just wasn't fun or interesting anymore. It's not that my expectations weren't met,it's just that the plot fell flat.Of course I wanted it to be good, however it just wasn't. The characters weren't the same, the setting seemed different and I had to drag myself to the end. Which is not a good sign.
  • Michelle
    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs:**This is the second book in a series that needs to be read in order.If you are new to the Riders series, check out my review of Book 1- Riders, HERESeeker is the second book in the Riders series by Veronica Rossi, and it comes out TODAY! Yay! I totally loved this duology. (and I so badly want it to be a series, which I thought it was when I read the first book. I thoug...
  • Stacy
    No spoilers in this rapid review. I give it 3.25 stars.Seeker is a good sequel, yet I didn’t like it as much as Riders. It’s honestly a tough to put a finger on exactly why. I got a little bogged down in the bizarre events that occur when the gang travels to an alternate realm. While there was some action and I understand the group’s mission this time around, it wasn’t quite as exciting as book 1. I always enjoy ‘team assembly mode’ i...
  • Chandra Claypool (wherethereadergrows)
    The four horsemen and their Seeker are back in the second book in the Riders duology. Only this time, there's only three of them. Sebastian is stuck in the Rift with Samrael and Daryn feels responsible. The group is somewhat torn apart from the battle they faced in Riders. They must learn to work together again and get Sebastian back. Ego and pride tend to get in the way and nothing they find in the Rift can be trusted. How far will Daryn have to...
  • Christy
    5 beautiful stars to this book. For Daryn. For Gideon. For Daryn and Gideon (seriously, OTP). For Bas. For Real. For bonds and things not of this world.I have a special connection to Riders, because it was the first ARC I ever received. Veronica moderated the Illuminae event here, where I had the opportunity to meet her right before I got married. When she learned I was about to wed, she gave me her last copy of Riders. I was hooked from there.Ev...
  • Allison
    There were a lot more character detail and backstory in this book, which was great! I liked when the group is in the Rift and their belongings keep popping up and each have a backstory. That being said, the plot was anticlimactic for me and mostly what pushed me to finish the book was stubbornness.
  • Jill Urbanek Gauger
    This book was amazing. Samrael was the guy you loved to hate. The reunion between Gideon, Marcus, Jode, Daryn and Sebastian was overwhelming. I am so happy for the ending that Veronica gave us. A must read for all Veronica Rossi fans.
  • Pam (YA Escape)
    Honestly, I never connected that much with the characters and not much happened in this book. I was kind of bored and then it ended and I had a lot of questions that weren't answered. So...meh.
  • Rebecca
    I loved Riders but this follow-up was slower paced. The end felt anti-climatic. I don't regret reading the duet, but feel a little disappointed. Still a Rossi fan and won't hesitate to read whatever she writes next.
  • Shelley
    *Source* Library**Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy*Rating* 3-3.5*My Thoughts*Seeker is the second installment in Veronica Rossi's Riders duology. In the first installment in the duology Riders, we met 18-year old Gideon Blake. Gideon had just lost his father, joined the US Army to become a Ranger, died in a bizarre accident, and ended up becoming one of the incarnations of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, War. The other Horsemen are Conquest (Jode...
  • Madelon
    Wat een avontuur was dit zeg! Zoveel dingen gebeuren er nog in dit verhaal, dat ik gewoon verder moest lezen!Een uitgebreide recensie volgt binnenkort op