The Indigo Spell

The Indigo Spell - Richelle Mead Find more of my reviews at www.readingangel.comEven though I received a copy of The Indigo Spell for review, I knew that I wanted to wait for it to release so I could buy the audiobook. I read Bloodlines, but listened to Golden Lily on audio, and I completely fell in love with this series on audio. The narrator, Emily Shaffer, does such an excellent job of bringing Sydney's voice to life. It's exactly how I would imagine Sydney's fast-paced quick-witted banter. Emily Shaffer really just brought more life to Sydney and this series.As for the story itself. I ADORED Indigo Spell. Golden Lily left me more frustrated than satisfied. If you have read it then you know that ending was just - GRRRR!!!! Indigo Spell on the other hand was full of amazing. There were so many great Adrian moments. Adrian has been one of my favorite book boyfriends since my Vampire Academy days, so anytime I can get more of him, I am a happy happy girl. He had so many lines in this book that literally had me swooning. I was listening to Indigo Spell while working one day and had to stop and clutch my heart at an Adrian line!There are also a few new characters that are intriguing. Marcus Finch, who was teased about by the publishers pre-release, is finally revealed. He tells some secrets and makes Sydney re-examine who she is and what she really believes, in more ways than one. Of course, Eddie, Jill, Angeline and Miss Terwilliger are just as important as ever, and their own personal stories just help to add to story.Indigo Spell had a great storyline and mystery. I was scared for Sydney and the other girls as the evil witch was after them. As more craziness unfolds with the Alchemists, and with the witch on Sydney's back, things get more and more intense. Indigo Spell was my favorite in the Bloodlines series so far. That ending left me smiling for DAYS. I have hopes that this series is only going to get better and better from here!