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Return to Book Page. Preview — Concilium by Michelle K. Pickett Goodreads Author. Her nightmare is back. Working for the Concilium, Miller was assigned to protect Leslee the first time the Imbibo entered her life. He saved her life and stole her Her nightmare is back. He saved her life and stole her heart. But when the Imbibo left, so did Miller, ripping apart Leslee's dream of a happily-ever-after. But she makes it clear, she wants no part of him or his romantic gestures.

Thrown together despite their tense and sometimes hostile relationship, Leslee and Miller fight to uncover the reason the Imbibo have returned and end their killing spree.

Stay out of the dark. The Imbibo are back. The sequel to Concilium. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition. More Details Original Title. Miller , Leslee , Brooks. Michigan United States. Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Concilium , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Concilium: The Departure Concilium, 2. Aug 10, Lexie rated it really liked it Shelves: review-blog-pr , books-owned-read. In my review for the first book, my chief complaint was that Pickett didn't let the reader figure things out.

If it was important, she told us it was which sometimes made for redundant reading. Wonderfully I can report that's not the case this time around.

But hey guess what is back? Pickett's ability to completely terrify me with the Imbibo. Look I really don't care if they're fictitious these things have me curling up underneath my covers and clutching my tablet close every time I hear a sound In my review for the first book, my chief complaint was that Pickett didn't let the reader figure things out.

Look I really don't care if they're fictitious these things have me curling up underneath my covers and clutching my tablet close every time I hear a sound outside my room. Les' life basically took a nosedive after Miller left--she kind of was living, but was a useless shell of a person. Miller for his part we get a number of chapters from his point of view!

I was initially unhappy with Les' decision making process, but the more the book went on the more I came to understand she wasn't so much manically depressed over just Miller. When Miller walked out it hurt, but she also lost four other guys who had become her family.

For her it wasn't just a guy leaving her--it was like being abandoned by her family. I have to wonder at the Big Bad's logic and intelligence at times. The answer to getting what you want is not to kill everything or everyone in your way. Especially not in a small town that recently had an inordinately large amount of murders.

In one year they lost at least 4 dozen people possibly closer to 5 dozen to gruesome, gory and terrifying deaths. I rationalized it that the Concilium are way better at PR then anyone gives them credit for, so they've got folk working to keep it all covered up, but every day for what seemed like every hour they ran a new story about a new person being torn apart and yet the times that Les or the guys went outside town no one commented on it.

Pickett didn't make the reunion of Les and Miller easy. While there were moments of jealousy clouding their real problems, all in all Pickett made them talk and work through their issues together. Les didn't just accept Miller's "I'm sorry I had to" and Miller didn't try to bully his way back into Les' good graces. Les however seemed hellbent on being Employee of the Year despite the risk to her life which only got more risky as time went on, hey sometimes knowledge is not something you should want or seek.

There's a couple instances where a reader could guess at the underlying mysteries--why the Imbibo are back and who their target is--with relatively little effort. I was surprised at the reveal as to the motivation of the Big Bad, but it made sense.

Overall this was a fine conclusion to the duology, though I wouldn't have been crying if there had been more books. Sep 08, Amy Thompson rated it liked it. The first book was absolutely fantastic and the second book was just a great way to wrap it all up.

I didn't know that Concilium was only going to be two books, so I was a little shocked at the ending. All in all the book ended as it should have and I enjoyed it! Jan 22, Cheryl rated it really liked it. I don't like horror but read Concilium because I'm in some groups with the author and knew she was a good writer.

I said I wouldn't read the second one but the author kindly sent me a copy and so I did. Fortunately, it wasn't nearly as much horror as the first. In fact, it mostly dealt with Miller and Leslee's romance.

Yes, there was gore and yes the awful Imbibo were back but this was mostly a wrapping up of the relationship. And incidentally the Imbibo. Pickett's a nice writer but I'm glad I I don't like horror but read Concilium because I'm in some groups with the author and knew she was a good writer.

Pickett's a nice writer but I'm glad I won't have to read another one about the awful creatures! Aug 28, Jasmine Byron rated it liked it Shelves: on-kindle. Lisa rated it it was amazing Jan 30, Jennifer rated it liked it Aug 08, Emma rated it it was amazing May 24, Alessia Dindin rated it did not like it Nov 21, Lora rated it it was ok Oct 14, Rosemary rated it it was amazing Jul 30, Larry Pickett rated it it was amazing Jan 21, Daisy rated it really liked it May 06, Amanda rated it really liked it Jan 02, Thaila rated it liked it Dec 26, Susan rated it it was amazing Jan 27, Rachel Michaels rated it it was amazing Sep 24, Kevin V.

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