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Twist (Mageri Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Selected as the READER'S FAVORITE & REVIEWER TOP PICK on GraveTells

"These are the best to-date reads for 2012! Love her style. I hope she writes until forever."
- Tamara Rose Blodgett - New York Times Bestselling Author


Defining and painting a paranormal world that is different than ours is not easy. Sometimes it falls flat, sometimes author's ask us to suspend too much of our reality and the world becomes cartoonish. Sometimes, it's not enough and you lose fact that you are reading about para-normals. Dannika nails it. I believe every word of it. I'm buying what she is selling.
- Parajunkee

"I recommend it to all readers who love strong female protagonists, some magic, a lot of excitement and a splash of romance."
- Unconventional Bookviews

Those who can appreciate excellent world building and like something a little off the beaten path will enjoy this series. As I said, I am SMITTEN with it.
- Reading the Paranormal

"It is a rare book or series that comes along that I love so much I want to re-read it. Well, Ms. Dark, you have won my heart and I have re-read your work."
- Pure Textuality

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Twist was an awesome follow-up novel and did not disappoint. Dark's extremely well-rounded characters and fabulous supernatural world-building are so well written and does not leave the reader wanting."
- GraveTells

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  • File Size: 690 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: February 27, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007E50SJC
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,154 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR. Dannika Dark was born on a military base in the U.S. and traveled the world. Now she is rooted in the south, but her head is planted firmly in the clouds. When Danni is not writing, she enjoys a great sci-fi or fantasy movie, heaps of chocolate, and unleashing her dark side.
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MAGERI SERIES (COMPLETE):
Book 1 - Sterling
Book 2 - Twist
Book 3 - Impulse
Book 4 - Gravity
Book 5 - Shine

THE SEVEN SERIES (IN PROGRESS):
Book 1 - Seven Years
Book 2 - Six Months
Book 3 - Five Weeks
Book 4 - Four Days
Book 5 - Three Hours
Book 6 - Two Minutes (August 18, 2015)
Book 7 - One Second (Coming soon)

SEVEN WORLD NOVEL:
Untitled (coming soon)

NOVELLAS:
Closer

THE MAGERI SERIES is an exciting adult urban fantasy romance following the journey of a young woman's claim to immortality and her own identity. Dark, unique, and full of unpredictable twists, the Mageri series provides an original spin to an old concept. Sometimes ordinary people are destined to lead extraordinary lives.

THE SEVEN SERIES is a light paranormal romance that portrays Shifters living in secret in the modern world. A blend of humor, darkness, heartwarming romance, drama, and real-life issues. This series is for those who love a good love story and believe in second chances. Cliffhanger-free.

MAGERI SERIES VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESLTPGmn1mo


NOTE: All of Dannika Dark's books take place in the Mageri Universe. Each series stands on its own and is not dependent of another. However, because of some character crossover, it's more fun to experience them all.

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dannika-Dark-official/148451945238628

WEBSITE: WWW.DANNIKADARK.NET

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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By The Book Runner on March 2, 2012
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Wow! Book 2 does not disappoint! This was none-stop action and sarcastic dialogue that met or even topped Sterling (Mageri Series: Book 1). All the same great characters behaving badly and searching for answers, disobeying the rules, and some even finding love.

Silver and Adam have not talked since he became a Mage, but she is missing Sunny and needs Adam's help to see her. Adam has also revealed himself to his best friend Knox and the four of them meet together to catch up. Sunny is shocked to find "Zoe" alive, but they quickly revive their friendship and Sunny reveals Marcos rejection of her after Silver's disappearance and her belief that he was to blame for it. This revelation starts the action ball rolling as Silver, Simon and Justice try to find out who was responsible for Silver's attack and why. There are new and exciting characters introduced such as a Chitah named Logan Cross (sigh, fan, sigh!), a Shifter named Finn and a Sensor named Eli who Silver met at a bar called Hell. Now, that was an interesting and well named establishment! In the end, this book had a kidnapping, a lot of fighting, fleeing, falling in love and most importantly the continued strong friendships that makes this story worth reading.

Dannika Dark's fantastic writing style shows through again, making this a fantastic second installment and exciting to read. Her one-liners always make me chuckle and inevitably, I have to stop and read them out loud to the family. A lot of this story is dependent on knowing what happened in book one so I would recommend reading Sterling first. But if it has been awhile since you read Sterling, don't worry, Ms.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on February 28, 2012
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Twist is the sequel to Sterling (Mageri Series: Book 1), a book about a woman who is brutally attacked and turned into a mage and finds herself part of a dangerous, magical side of the world she never knew existed.

This one starts off with Silver chafing a bit under Justus' tight restrictions. She clearly respects him and understands that's he's trying to protect her, but she has her own ideas of how her life needs to be. Throughout the book, she disobeys him to either do things that she thinks is right or that she has a right to do. This dynamic could have come off like a self-centered teenage rebellion against a father figure/love interest, but I think the author succeeded in crafting an arc for the relationship between Justus and Silver that makes sense for two adult characters. She is a grown woman with very understandable issues about control and independence, and he is a controlling, honorable, very old (very hot) man who is uncomfortable with affection and not really human. They don't see eye-to-eye, but they both want their learner-ghuardian relationship to work. I don't know if it worked evenly throughout the book, but overall I liked it. I also liked what the author did with Silver's other relationships in general. More on that in a minute.

Although Silver's immediate nemesis, Samil, died in the end of the last book, we know that the mysterious Benefactor is still out there, and the action of this plot is driven mostly by Silver's side trying to get the Benefactor and the Benefactor's attempts to recapture Silver. The action is good, and we get to find out a bit more about the Breeds, but those aren't the best parts of the book.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By PK on February 29, 2012
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"Twist" did not disappoint me, except when I got to the last page and was left wanting more! I was very sad to see I had finished the book! The last page Dannika threw in was nice...love the picture and caption!

As with many sequels, an author will tend to waiver and go off in directions that can frustrate many readers. This was not the case with "Twist" - Dannika stayed true to her original characters, while adding new characters that I instantly took a liking to. Especially Logan - OMG...savored every sentence involving him!!

The sequel was shorter than I anticipated. I mean, a lot happened for sure, but I still felt like it was short, and I wanted the story to develop more than it did! That said, I still loved it. I'm going to read it again!

I highly recommend this sequel to anyone that has read "Sterling" - and if you haven't read "Sterling", read it - you will not be disappointed. I cannot wait to see how the next sequel plays out, and I really hope that Dannika does not take too long a respite before sharing the next installment with her devoted fans! Job well done, Dannika!
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Fleta on May 5, 2012
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I really can't make up my mind about these books. While I find the story intriguing, the inconsistencies, holes in logic, and just plain stupid events can get wearing. However, I have to admit that I still want to keep reading. The actual plot takes a back seat to developing romances in this book, and the developments I hoped to see never happened. In all actuality, not much of anything happened in this book except a lot of flirting. Again, the focus is illogical, with the obvious issues going unacknowledged.

The characters... well... none of them are likeable. The main character is painstakingly-- almost desperately-- described a strong, independent woman. Yet, she constantly finds herself needing one of the multitude of men fawning over her to come to her rescue. She is self-centered, naive, and stubborn in a way that is not admirable or likeable. I *want* to like her, but she just ticks me off too much. Each of the 4 men groveling for her affections is made out to be desperate, weak, arrogant, abusive, impatient, or otherwise irritating. Of course, she is drawn to the one who is most domineering, but never stops relentlessly (but "innocently") flirting with everyone she crosses paths with.

I like the author's writing style, but as some others have mentioned, the editing does make my eye twitch just a little. Sometimes the need for developing a situation in which the characters can do something incredible overrides basic logic and steps into the simply ridiculous. "Cheesy" doesn't seem like the right word, but it's close. Despite all of my annoyances, I am still anxious for the next book, as the story has drawn me in. It's an easy read, and overall, worth the couple of bucks I spent on it for the entertainment value. I guess you don't have to like something to be entertained by it.
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