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More About the Author
A reader all his life, David began writing novels for the children's and YA markets in 2010, and has completed more than 20 novels, all of which have been published. In June of 2012, David became a fulltime writer and is now living in Hawaii.
David gleans inspiration from all sorts of crazy places, like watching random people do entertaining things, dreams (which he jots copious notes about immediately after waking up), and even from thin air sometimes! Recently he's been inspired by some of his favorite authors, like Dean Koontz, Suzanne Collins, Veronica Roth, and Neal Shusterman.
David's a writer with OCD, a love of dancing and singing (but only when no one is looking or listening), a mad-skilled ping-pong player, an obsessive Goodreads group member, and prefers writing at the swimming pool to writing at a table. He loves responding to e-mails, Facebook messages, Tweets, blog comments, and Goodreads comments from his readers, all of whom he considers to be his friends.
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YA Books by David Estes!
The Dwellers Saga:
Book One- The Moon Dwellers
Book Two- The Star Dwellers
Book Three- The Sun Dwellers
Book Four- The Earth Dwellers
The Country Saga (A Dwellers Saga sister series):
Book One- Fire Country
Book Two- Ice Country
Book Three- Water & Storm Country
Book Four- The Earth Dwellers
Book One- Brew
Book Two- Boil
Book Three- Burn
Book One- Slip
Book Two- Grip
Book Three- Flip
I Am Touch
The Evolution Trilogy:
Book One- Angel Evolution
Book Two- Demon Evolution
Book Three- Archangel Evolution
Children's Books by David Estes
The Adventures of Nikki Powergloves:
Nikki Powergloves- A Hero is Born
Nikki Powergloves and the Power Council
Nikki Powergloves and the Power Trappers
Nikki Powergloves and the Great Adventure
Nikki Powergloves vs. the Power Outlaws
Nikki Powergloves and the Power Giver
Top Customer Reviews
The only issue I really have with this series is how perfect everything is. Best friends fall in love at the same time, every one has someone to be with in the end...everything is sunshine and rainbows. Clifford dies but I didn't really care because obviously he had to.
Aside from that, I am glad I read these books. They were interesting and it was great to see how much stronger Estes; writing is becoming with each novel.
I'm kind of sad that the Trilogy is over, but GOSH was it a fun ride! I really enjoyed this last book of David's Evolution Trilogy! The plot, characters, and ending totally blew me away as always, and just wow.
Gabriel effectively has me worshipping at his altar. That sexy angel-booy can have me any time he wants :) His inner struggles in this final book are even more interesting than they were before, and the whole situation with Dionysus and David adds a whole new level of depth to Gabriel's suffering.
Taylor also became a little more likeable in this last book, and I think it was because she actually had something more to contribute this time around. With her new evolution, Taylor's powers grew and she trained to learn how to fight, and I found her abilities to be quite fascinating and creative.
The ending was good, but not as good as I hoped it would be. Demon Evolution really raised my expectations of this trilogy, and I was slightly let down when the final battle just kind of ended - a little too easily to be plausible. I mean Dionysus is highly evolved, nearly invincible, and he just died without fighting back. The whole "Great War" kind of just ended, and a little too easily for my liking. I expected more conflict - like a showdown between David and Gabriel, or a huuuuugely suspenseful battle between Dionysus and Taylor. But none of that happened. :( And I was a little disappointed.
All in all, though, this series was great! I loved the concept, and I'm kind of sad to leave the characters and never learn of their futures. I enjoyed the ride immensely, and I hope that all of you people reading this will pick up this series and give it a try! You won't be sorry! :)
All the usual characters were back in this story, but I felt like it was all a little too happy. The raw emotion of the first book seemed to be missing in this one. Perhaps it was a change in David's writing style, I'm not sure, but I didn't feel as connected with Taylor, Gabriel, Sam or Chris in this book.
I did feel like Sam got a bit more of a look in, as we got to see a bit more of her which was nice, though at one point I did want to throttle her for being so silly. (Wanting make-up over food!! I mean really?)
Monkeys are not marsupials!
Yes, rather random I know, but there's two points in the book where monkeys are labelled marsupials. Unless there's a breed of monkey out there that gives birth to live young and carries them around in a pouch that I'm not aware of, then the use of this word is incorrect.
The editing on this book was good. I didn't pick up a single error :)
I wanted to know more about Rocky, there seemed to be a lot of backstory about Taylor and Rocky, yet it didn't really come into play in the books. Was it just filler? I think not, but it didn't seem to have much of a purpose. I also enjoyed the characters Sampson and Kiren; I'd like to have known more about them, about their relationship.
Overall, I liked the book, but the ending was too neat, the climax was a bit 'wishy-washy' and just seemed to 'happen' rather than be constructed.Read more ›
Seriously disappointed! I think that's the best way to sum up my feelings when I finished this book. Why you ask? Well, that's easy, because the series is over, and I really didn't want it to end!
I have to admit that after reading the first book, I was a little iffy about the series, but wow, did it surprise me in the end. The characters really evolved as the books went on, and I find myself hoping that Estes will expand this and give us more.
Archangel Evolution had a perfect mix of action, humor and romance. In this segment, I was on the edge of my seat, holding my breath and even giggling uncontrollably at times as Taylor and her closely-knit group of friends struggled to defeat their enemy and end the war between Good and Evil.
Estes did a wonderful job tying up the loose ends and pulling the story together without rushing the ending. If I wasn't fully satisfied when the last page came around, it was simply because I wish it didn't have to end. Like I said before, I can only hope Estes will continue with this series and with the way things were left, there is definitely room for more to come.
For all you Angel lovers out there, The Evolution Trilogy is a refreshingly different take on Angels and Demons and is a definitely a must read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a great set of books . Really enjoy them . I am looking forward to something new coming out.Published 2 months ago by C. C. Briggs
I will not provide any spoilers and keep this simple.... it was AMAZING!!!!
Archangel Evolution did not disappoint, a prefect way to end this trilogy. Read more
I think this is the best book from the series, I am just sad that it is over. It did not disappoint. Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by Dre Wolf