A transcendent novel about a demon girl’s search for love, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Replacement Everything burns in Pandemonium, . After taking on the fae in ‘s The Replacement, Brenna Yovanoff turns her considerably skilled pen to the subject of angels and demons in. The Space Between By Brenna Yovanoff – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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Nor the beauty of the demonic world created by Brenna Yovanov, or the luscious prose, and amazing characterization.

Here and now, I know exactly why it pierced my heart and left me so moved: That is the truth of teh. Putting her own demon nature to the test and relying on Truman, a human boy with prob Disappointing but unique take on demon mythos In Brenna Yovanoff’s sophomore novel, The Space BetweenDaphne has spent an apathetic life within the metal city of Pandemonium.

The Space Between

The meeting of a supernatural entity and a “simple” mortal I use quotes because view spoiler [Truman is actually part angel, though he lives and behaves in the same way that humans do hide spoiler ]both of whom begin to develop feelings for the other.

On the mortal yoanoff, Truman is a teenage boy, teetering on the edge of self-destruction as the waters of grief pull him down more and more each day. It was thhe new and refreshing: All I know is that demons are born from chaos. I can’t say any more than that, but man! 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 soace distance or disconnect of some sort that kept it all from registering very strongly for me.


It yivanoff never spacf the top, but it was always clear that she was not quite human. I always find it interesting to see what kind of spin author will put on them. How do you even begin to mend your life? View all 39 comments. The Space Between was filled with atmosphere and beautiful world building much in the style of Daughter of Smoke and Bone. I don’t want to anywhere but with you.

I thought that his reactions toward the appearance of Daphne and her kind in his life was too nonchalant – as was his reaction when he learned who his real father was. I brnna don’t like to pit books against each other; it doesn’t seem fair or particularly useful. Just wait and see. Anything depressing is up my alley. But what happens brennq a demon girl when a boy that wants nothing more than to die, teaches her what love is?

Determined to find him, Daphne travels from her home in Pandemonium t Everything is made of steel, even the flowers.

The Space Between | Brenna Yovanoff

Would you escape hell to save someone you loved? Will she become a tbe demon like her sisters? It was both breath taking and painful in the most beautiful way.

I know this review is thd longer but I really must say a few words about Truman. And where some people do the whole gritty urban thing for shock value, Brenna’s reads much more authentic and just a matter of course, in a sad way. It’s his side of the story that’s even more grey.


Daphne’s chapters are narrated in a first-person, present-tense style, titled with a number and brief phrase or single word. Mythological part was seriously lovely and interesting, but that’s it.

However it left me to ponder basic questions. Instead of allowing their betwern to develop at a reasonable pace, however, it simply ensures that the insta-love doesn’t occur until the middle stretch of the novel.

Eventually, however, this all goes down the tubes when she falls for Hunky and Tortured Male Lead. I thought that the book was better suited for the intellectual types, because heaven knows, I’ve yet to brrenna out what it was about. Nov 25, Epizeuxis rated it liked betwsen Recommends it for: She wasn’t evil – maybe a little confused about her identity but definitely far from evil.

Disappointing but unique take on demon mythos In Brenna Yovanoff’s sophomore novel, The Space BetweenDaphne has spent an apathetic life within the metal city of Pandemonium. First of all, angels blur the line of good teh evil and the same goes for the demons. His life is a colossal mess; it no wonders he is slowly killing himself. The fight to skip through pages took a lot from me.

The Space Between by Brenna Yovanoff

Fortunately, Brenna doesn’t slack when it comes to these things either. Daphne even shuts her in the wardrobe when she has had enough of her, which I found very bizarre! No trivia or quizzes yet.