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Valle (The Heku Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Length: 394 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • File Size: 2299 KB
  • Print Length: 394 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 21, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0042G0PUS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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T.M. Nielsen was born in Las Vegas, Nevada but grew up in a tiny town in Colorado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. She started writing in High School but didn't publish until the formation of the heku in 2008. This entire world can be experienced in the 9 book series, The Heku Series.

T.M. prefers to write fantasy fiction with a hint of romance thrown in. She writes mainly to entertain herself but strives to provide a fun getaway to her readers so they can leave their lives behind for just a moment and lose themselves in her work.

The Dimensions Saga came along after years of playing RPGs and reading books about medieval fantasy. She wanted to create a world with unique twists and realistic romance and situations.

Her all-time favorite e-mail came from a woman in the midst of fighting breast cancer. This woman saved the Heku books for her chemotherapy because she could forget about the illness and the hospital by focusing on Chevalier and Emily. That wonderful e-mail proved to T.M. that her goal to help people was now a reality.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Soomki on August 9, 2011
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I have obsessively read all 8 of the Heku books in a little over a month's time. Although I do a lot of leisure reading, I am not often absorbed in the book. This series has had me completely entranced from beginning to end. Although all the books are quite long, there is none of the hated & tedious lengthy descriptions that you will find in the majority of other novels. The series was originally meant to be ended with book #7, but gladly it did not, as book #8 was the best so far, in my opinion! If there were another 20 in the series, I would happily read every one, I enjoy them so much. I very highly suggest them!
Here is a listing of the entire series, in order:
1 Heku, 2 Valle, 3 Encala, 4 Equites, 5 Proditor, 6 Ferus,
7 Eternity of Vengeance, 8 Ancients and Old Ones
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By SHALLENA AYERS on July 24, 2011
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I find the character of Emily to be so annoying... I got so tired of her whining anc compaining and stomping around like a spoiled brat. She is so adamant that people stop calling her "child"... insisting that she is an adult and then she turns around and behaves like a child. At no time during her pregnancy was she worried about the baby... she is more worried about herself and getting to do whatever she wants and not following doctors orders than she is whether what she is doing will be harmful to her baby. On one hand she says she doesnt want to be the reason Heku die or get punished.... and then in the next instant she is sneaking out and leaving her guards to take the consequences... She cuts her hand on purpose and waves it around and then is shocked when Chev cant control himself... This whole book was Emily sneaking away or running away and then Chev making everyone jump through hoops to find her and bring her back. I got half way through and had enough... Please know that the writing was fine... I just could not take the character of Emily any more.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ilis I. Cruz-colon on June 17, 2011
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Compared with the first book, this one was really bad. I seriously don't understand why all the good reviews and I wonder if I read the same book.

SPOILERS!

1. The plot:
It doesn't have any plot. Have you seen a cartoon TV series? Problem after problem in every episode without any relation with each episode? That's what you'll find in this one. The book is problem after problem and is very annoying because all of them are because of Emily and her stupidity and ability of getting kidnapped or tricked.
2. Emily:
Emily is very annoying in this book. She got sick like 4 times and each time she's more stubborn than before, never wanting to cooperate with her doctor, her treatments, her medicines, etc. She's kidnapped like 5 times because of her stupidity and her lack of ability to follow simply rules and instructions. She acts like a spoiled teen in this one. Always complaining because she's boring and don't want guards following her (even after been kidnapped many times). She's always arguing with Chev in front of everyone every time he punishes a Heku for breaking a rule, even after he have explaining to her many times that he's chief enforcer and he have to be very strict with them. She's always making clear she don't want to be part of the coven and yet she's always sticking her head in Chev business... Seriously, if you like stupid girls in your books, go for it.
3. Chevalier:
I don't like him in this one. He's very violent with Emily. He attacks her like three times in this one and he's always hiding things from her and I don't like that in a relationship. I guess I'm all team Kyle in this one.
4. Love triangle:
Poorly developed. Kyle is in love with Emily, you got that from the first book, but in this one he acts like Chev's best friend!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kristie L Diaz on February 24, 2012
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The first book in the series was great! This one.. not so much. The amount of change Emily went through was just horrible, what happened to the sweet unknowing innocent heku killer we all loved from "Heku"? Now she's gone all bratty spoiled rich girl on everyone and they still give her whatever she wants. But really, how many times is she going to get kidnapped?! So Emily gets kidnapped then Chev's kidnapped now Emily's leaving. I mean how stupid do you have to be to run away ungaurded after you were just kidnapped? And all these things went down in just the FIRST HALF of the book, if you ask me there's way to much going on here. I was expecting this book to be as good as the first, maybe even better but it wasn't even close. Very disappointing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nancy on January 10, 2012
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I just got a Kindle Fire for Christmas. I found this series in the Kindle store and thought I would try it out, it was free, how could I go wrong? The story is pretty good. Many other reviewers have stated just too much going on in this book, I agree. Hoping that the series improves. One thing that I noticed in Heku and much more so in Valle, there needs to be some serious editing. I don't know if this is something with the ereader version only, or if the print version was the same. Sometimes the reading will just go off in some left direction, there seems to be missing parts of scenes, other times a totally incorrect word is in the story. (recognizant instead of reconnaissance). This story has a lot of potential and I am hoping that the remainder of the series improves.
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