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- Print Length: 290 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1518840906
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 29, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017DS4XU4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,215 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was a twist on the Paranormal. Vampires and Weres working together for one common cause.....to live normal lives among humans and NOT live in fear of them.
I really liked the three stories in this book, but I must confess that the last story was my favorite. It was an awesome introduction into the lives of three main characters in each story. As I reflect back to reading these stories, they kind of remind me of Nancy Drew meets the Paranormal. I felt as if I was solving the mysteries and crimes right along with the characters. It was full of awesome adventures with some prejudices along the way because of the course the humans didn't wanna live side by side with disgusting Paranormal creatures.
I highly recommend this book to all adventurous Paranormal readers. It was a new twist that I have never read before and an extremely FUN read.
I won a paperback copy of this book from the author in a giveaway. No remuneration was exchanged.
A book about supernatural beings becoming legalized citizens is certainly a new one for me. I thought the whole thing was well done and certainly a unique storyline. I enjoyed the character of Sadie right from the start and the supporting cast was interesting. Some scenes were a bit more abrupt than I would have preferred and there were a few cases of random characters showing up briefly and then sort of disappearing without much explanation. For the most part, this was a fairly interesting supernatural story with plenty of action, mystery, and a splash of romance. I'm interested to read the next book in the series and see what kind of mess Sadie finds herself in next.
When Forever Died:
Another fairly good paranormal novel. I enjoyed this one more than the first because of all the shapshifter action. As far as supernatural beings go, I'm partial to shifters. Also, I found Dakota's story to be more interesting and engaging than Sadie's. Again, some scenes were a bit more abrupt than I would have liked and the surprise twists were not exactly surprising, but the narrative flow was much cleaner in this second installment in the series. When Forever Died is a decent read and I look forward to the next one.
In a few places, I found myself becoming impatient with the sarcasm, pithy quotes, and "fluff". Some people love that kind of stuff, but I prefer more serious plots with greater emotional attachment. Many of the main characters were very realistic and well-crafted, but there seemed to be a little something missing that I still can't quite explain. Despite its flaws, this was a very enjoyable read.
I have a slight issue with the use of the word "Coven." That word refers to witches, not vampires. However, I can see that it makes decent sense as a word for an organization of vampires. Anyway, it isn't nearly as bad as Harry Potter(Which I do like, anyway) which indiscriminately used the words warlock, witch, wizard, and sorcerer. All of those apply to different types of magic(except witch and warlock. A warlock is a male witch).
Enough of that; why didn't I give it five stars? Simple. My first love is high fantasy. Lord of the Rings, Wheel of Time, Sword of Shannara, and the Dragonbone chair, among others. These four are all amazing. I like many other books, and I can read just about any Genre. Also, while the cursing didn't bother me, it seems to sort of give a shallowness to characters. That's just me, though.
All in all, unless you're reading an amazing book, pick this one up.