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Ash (Hive Trilogy) (Volume 1) Paperback – December 19, 2015
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What I found missing:
- outside twists. You have twists in relation to Charlie's role but no plot twists with any other character. Almost everyone is stuck playing their designated role of good guy or bad guy with hardly any depth/history. Motivations were just provided right away and I was never given a chance to ask "hmmm? I wonder why he said that to Charlie?"
- epic fight scenes. The plot gears you up for these intense fight scenes and, to me, the fights end up feeling forced and anticlimactic. Sometimes the fight descriptions were just glossed over or told briefly as an afterthought.
- believable plot. Charlie gets her way a lot. The men in her life say no, she gives a few threats/jokes, they chuckle and give her what she wants. Even if, by doing so, they might risk her life as well as their own. To me, these moments did not ring true for their characters.
My conclusion? I wish this book had been fleshed out more to add some mystery, intensity, and believability.
However, I loved the way each of the characters interacted with each other. It was fun to watch the sexy six take a dominant role in Charlie's care and instruction along with her defense. It was interesting and heartbreaking, watching Ryder try to conquer his demons so he could face his growing feelings for Charlie. The vampires were mysterious and puzzling secrecy they held made for an intriguing background story. There were so many levels to this tale besides that of the headstrong heroine, and I look forward to seeing what the author does with them in the next books.
Ryder is the leader of the enforcers. The enforcers and all of the Ash protect the vampires. They are ruled by the Quoram, who are all vampires. Unfortunately, Charlie turns into an Ash, and her perspective changes. She, and all new Ash must fight for the right to stay at the vampire compound, which humans allow. Charlie must learn how to
kill or be killed.
Can Charlie fight to save herself and find out what is so special about her blood?? What about her attraction to Ryder??
I don't usually like vampire stories, but this one is great. It has a little of everything and a kickass heroine.
Read on my friends.