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- Print Length: 302 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500690848
- Publisher: Su Williams & Dream Weaver Novels with CreateSpace; 1 edition (August 6, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 6, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MHS77ZO
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,321,801 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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BREAKING NORMAL - Dream Weaver Novels Book 3: A Dark Young Adult Paranormal Fiction Novel Kindle Edition
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I am especially impressed with the author's writing style. The words flow, painting vivid pictures. At times the combination of words is almost poetic. Near the end of the novel, the conclusion begins with smashing action. The conclusion is satisfying , leaving you with a smile (nice that things worked out.)
This is presented as a young adult novel, and that is confirmed by plot and character development. I am many years removed from YA, but I found the novel interesting and enjoyable. Reviewed by the author of The Children's Story, About Good and Evil (for teens through adult).
(This review may contain spoilers).
I would give this book 3.5 stars… not 4, though, because Emari kind of ruined the book for me.
I did like this third book about as much as I liked the second. I felt the relationship between Nick and Emari was more complicated and complex in this book… though some of the things that Emari did made me cringe. I still wasn’t sure I really liked her during the course of the book, especially because I didn’t have the impression that there were limits to her powers. And I felt she was ‘playing God’ a bit… especially in regards to what happened with Jesse.
Sabre was definitely solidified as my favourite character throughout this book. It was good to see more of him. I didn’t mind Nick very much, but there were times I really empathised with him for having to deal with Emari, considering that she came across as quite hypocritical a lot of the time.
I do appreciate that some effort was made to make Thomas more well-rounded in this book, but he still seemed truly villainous… not at all like William was in book two.
I really liked Ivy as a character and I particularly liked Molly… though not Emari’s temptation to meddle so much. I really felt that Emari was treading the line here. She did some things I don’t expect from the ‘good guys’.
I loved seeing Eddy in this book. I like animals, so it was pretty cool to see how big a part Eddy played.
In some ways, it would be good to see something focusing on the other characters and not Emari, who I felt was too over-powered. And the ending was, I felt, rather lacking. I don’t think I’ll be re-reading any of the books in this series, but I think I would have liked Emari better if her power was more ‘normal’, rather than ‘no one else has seen it before. Ever.’
Eddyson was his same sweet self. His ties to the attacks were used to show some of Emari's emerging powers. He was a handy little guy to have around in the story.
The series overall was a good one and I enjoyed it. I will defiantly recommend this book to any of supernatural fans. This book was provided to me for an honest review. I gave this book four stars.
Breaking Normal is a very assured piece of work from an author who improves with each work she produces. Su learns from each book she writes and is becomes a powerful new voice in her genre with a vast array of techniques and no end of imagination at her disposal.
The narrative flowed along with considered pace, conveying the character’s voices, distinctly but in such a manner that they complimented each other perfectly and kept the story moving forward. The combined effect immerses the reader with ease into the world Su has built for her characters.
Another huge developmental step forward for the writer and a wonderfully engaging, novel for her growing list of readers.
It's time for Emari to face some of her worst nightmares. And to do so, she must change how she views the world, the people around her, and herself.
I would love to see another Dream Weaver story that follows Nick, Emari, and their children along with Ivy. I'm just not ready for their stories to be over.
These novels were a joy to read and well written. I would recommend for teens and over, due to the rape story line.
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