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Jade is headstrong and very determined. Jade’s relationship with her uncle is very interesting and the story contains some epic style action scenes that will intrigue you to the point of not wanting to put the book down. The style of writing and wording of the story was very suitable for the young adult genre. I believe the author has done her research very well as there was no loopholes or questionable segments within the story line. The pace was steady and since the protagonist was smart and resilient, it made the tale to be even more absorbing.
The world setting was accomplished with care but did not possess a picturesque descriptive nature and left the reader with using its own imagination. This is not to say anything negative about the world, but to encourage the reader’s ability to improvise instead. I found this to be an enjoyable aspect of the book and found the novel approach for the plot to be admirable.
I recommend this book to young adult readers who enjoy fantasy and strong female lead characters.
I liked the pacing of the book. Sometimes it would be a little slow and dragging, but the world and character building was amazing. The descriptions were so vivid- it was like I was there with Jade experiencing everything that she experiences. I was reading the first have of the book slowly and then when I reached the middle I couldn't put it down. I really wanted to know what happened with Jade. I will definitely read the next book when it comes out to find out what happens next.
Jade is a determined, independent, and smart character. She is so strong and competent and I understand her struggle with wanting to do what she wants despite her family telling her differently. Her uncle was such a supportive person, but I honestly was unsure about him. There was something that seemed off about him. Mainly it was because he was just REALLY nice to her and understanding. I've read so many fantasy books that I'm wary of the characters that are too nice like he was.
I loved the world that Jade lived in. There were so many parts that were fantasy and I wanted to compare it to another series, but I have not read a lot of books like Airwoman. I loved the different people that were depicted in the story. I really wanted to know more about them and see them more.
AIRWOMAN was very easy to follow and I often forgot that it was in a fantasy type of world. It is a fast paced story that keeps you guessing as you read. Personally, I really liked how it was so easy to read and understand. I was able to visualize all of the places that Jade was because of Zara's writing. Sometimes I find that with fantasy world building I am forget to read the setting details. Zara's writing is so easy to follow and keeps you wanting to know more. I am excited to see what happens next in this series!
If you're looking for a fantasy read that is from an indie author definitely try AIRWOMAN! Zara is such a kind person too! :)
This was a charming story with a solid foundation in a whole new world. Jade is a teenager about to become an adult and the story is written to show her confusion and difficulty in working out who to trust and what she should believe. Whilst the aim was a good one which fit well with the story I felt the execution of this concept was a little flawed as it because very annoying and in the end distracted me from the story and what was happening. I do however still think it is a good start to the series and I would love to find out what happens next.