Born in Flames (The Born in Flames Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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About the book: I have to say, I really like the cover. Well done! I liked what the story was about. Again, well done. I did NOT like the way it was written. It seemed like the the Author was trying too hard in her writing. I really believe this story could have been quite good if Candace didn't push her writing so hard when trying to sound mysterious or funny or what ever emotion she was pushing on the character to show or feel. (Please forgive this analogy but this is the best way for me to explain how I felt about reading this book: It just read like a High School kid trying to pretend they are an Author.) Another problem with this book is that it doesn't seem like Candace actually paid attention to what she was writing. For example: Towards the end of Chapter 3 and then at the beginning of Chapter 4 she wrote this: "But he didn't look at me when he said it, something he only does when he's lying" THEN wrote: "He didn't look at me, which was what he often did when he was uncomfortable." Yes, Candace is writing about the same Characters. It threw me for a loop to where I literally stopped reading and skimmed back a few pages to see what I swore I had just read a minute ago.
I will say this again, I do like the story. I do NOT like how it was written. If Candace can take the bad with the good, she will be an excellent writer one day. (Meaning, if she can take the bad reviews NOT personally and add them to her thinking on future works.) Unfortunately, I do not recommend this read. I do, however, wish to see something of Candace's in the future with a little more care to it. Because I do plan on checking back on her writing. She definitely has a flare for being good.
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What drew me to it (at first) was the cover. It's amazing! But... as they say, don't judge the book by it's cover.Read more
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