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Blood and Bone (Blood and Bone Series) Paperback – April 28, 2015
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"OMG, Tara Brown your world , your mind--unbelievable. Anyone who is familiar with TB knows you don't get a simple good guys fighting bad guy and good guys winning hea. No with TB you get a story that will throw you head first into a world that leaves you spinning, a world that sucks you in and has you fighting for breath. This was such a book. WTF moments a plenty, sex scenes a plenty but maybe a hea. All I can say in the nicest possible way is Tara, I'm glad you are not my neighbour, I will just read and admire you from afar. Most importantly, please please carry on writing these books." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Tara Brown writes in a variety of genres. In addition to her futuristic Born Trilogy stories and her nine-part Devil’s Roses fantasy series, she has also published a number of popular contemporary and paranormal romances, science fiction novels, thrillers, and romantic comedies. She enjoys writing dark and moody tales involving strong, often female lead characters who are more prone to vanquishing evil than perpetrating it. She shares her home with her husband, two daughters, two cats, and a beagle.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book blew me away! This was the biggest mind-fuck I have read in a long time! Nothing is as is seems. Things change throughout the entire book. I was lost but intrigued throughout this whole book.
The complexity of this story is from one with some serious talent for writing. To be able to string this story along to give you all of the twists and turns all of the way until the very end is pure inventiveness. I was locked into the weaves in this spell-binding story from start to finish.
No one is who they seem. Nothing is as it seems. Things go deeper that I could imagine. The plot moves around and around. I was on the edge of my seat and contemplating what was really going on all of the way through. I really was clueless, even more so than I thought, once I got to the end. I was shocked and full of awe.
I really don’t want to get into the plot at all. This is one of those books that you really can’t begin to explain without giving things away. Everything about this story is shocking. Everything about this story is an untold truth. I can tell you if you like thrillers, this is definitely a story for you. There are two more books in this series. The third one is due out in November.
The book starts off confusing, because the character herself is confused; she had a major car accident 3 years ago and can't remember life before that, which suits her fine, until she has a couple strangers come looking for her, calling her by the wrong name and she starts to wonder about this other girl. The entire book is written in first person POV and present tense, which makes it even more confusing. Jane is not telling you a story of what happened, you are figuring it out along with her as she goes - which kind of sounds fun, but it made my head spin after a while.
There is so much crammed in to 200ish pages here - for something involving a storyline with CIA hit men and pedophile fathers and sleepwalking murderers and mad scientists...it was just a jumbled mess of a story.Then you get to the end hoping for some kind of explanation, and there's just more babbling. I think there was supposed to be an "A-ha!" moment, but truly, the ending makes no sense and this book has left me angry and with a headache.
It has some good sex scenes, and I'm glad it was free on Kindle Unlimited. Those are about the only positives I've found for this junk.
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I couldn't put it down on till I finished reading, good read