- File Size: 2384 KB
- Print Length: 357 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Limitless Ink Press (June 28, 2011)
- Publication Date: June 28, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0058J4KSQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,990 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Please note that BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS is an Upper YA/ New Adult Crossover series meant for readers 16+.
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The author really knows how to keep your interest. I loved all the characters, and the premise.
I'm very intrigued to see what the tattoo that appeared from nowhere is going to end up meaning, or doing. I have my thoughts, and what an interesting piece of the puzzle.
The characters are very thought out and developed well.
I agree with another reviewer that this can be a stand alone book, it ties it all up in the end. Or it can continue since there are so many layers.
I was so glad in the end that there was another book to follow, and even more thrilled when I went on Amazon to see there are now four books. I'd highly recommend this to anyone. I know I couldn't put it down, and when away from it, thought about it a lot.
There was no love triangle (thank the stars) and the female characters were not all stereotypes (although I don’t know if they’d fully pass the Bechdel,and I REALLY don’t think they pass the Duvernay-Bechdel).
The book enters the action fairly quickly and the romance is entered slowly and has enough realism to temper the fantasy. It’s not full on insta-romance in other words. It’s enough to recommend it.
I don’t know how I would have felt about Ethan if I had not read the prequel first. I would have automatically blamed his existence for every bad thing going on at the school and surrounding Nara. In a way, some things were his fault. Unintentionally that is. I couldn’t picture Inara or Ethan’s features. I don’t know if my mind skipped over those details when they were given or the author just didn’t provide enough details.
Details were also lacking on the dreams/vision thing. I felt like I needed more information to fully understand their situation. I was wondering if Ethan has unexplained gifts because he experiences other people’s dreams allowing him to tap into that person’s abilities. (Read the prequel to understand were I’m going with this)
I didn’t care for these two or the mysteries surrounding them. I’m no longer interested in finding out what Fate has in store for them. It ends here for me.
It was not at all what I was expecting it was something better!
I chose this book by cover and the title I read no synopsis so I went in blind reading only knowing it fell in the paranormal and fantasy/sci fi genre which is my favourite genre.
I was so pleasantly surprised by this stunning work.
It takes you to the place of imagination and the possibilities of what you would do if you knew your future. I feel that in the next book we are going to understand so much more about the story and its characters and the driving force that's behind all thats happening.
I can not yell from the top of my lungs enough how much I liked this book it was like nothing I had read before and I enjoy the pieces of the puzzle coming together with some new revelations that just make it all flow in its perfect mojo.
Assassins Reading Reviewing Group ~
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There was excitement from start to finish I didn't want to finish this book
“But not touching you would be the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.”
Nora is not ordinary teen she has abilities that she herself does not understand,
but she knows she must help others who are in danger
Things are going to happen that Nora has imagined for herself
And fate is no joke
A new boy transfers to school Mysterious Hot guy Ethan
He foresees when Nora is in danger and hurry to rescue her
But who Ethan is?
This is how an interesting and exciting book begins with a gloomy mystery fantasy
All the time some action took place
The characters were interesting
And, of course, that end of the book was even more interesting
I can't wait to start reading Ethan's book
Be sure to read if you haven't read!
I liked the sweet YA love story element, but it was very YA so they didn't even get past first base. The threats to them and their friends were exciting to read about but began to get a little repetitive following the fourth or fifth highly improbable yet imaginative threat to her life. Let the girl catch a break. There were quite a few elaborately horrific dream sequences too, but I don't think there's anything more boring than hearing about someone's dreams...
It ends without any resolution or any answers but this isn't really my cup of tea so I'm leaving it here. If you like paranormal this is probably more for you.
Brightest Kind Of Darkness
By: P.T. Michelle
Series: Brightest Kind Of Darkness #1
Genre: Paranormal Romance, and YA
" She thrust herself into your life, pulling you into a tight hug before you even had a chance to say, "Welcome to my personal space." - Nara "
I loved this book, I absolutely loved it! It is one of those types of books you just have to keep reading and reading and reading. I think I stayed up till 02:00 in the morning to finish this book it was so wonderful. It is the sort of book that is unique and that is why you end up loving it.
The story is set in an American High School all about a girl called Nara Collins who sees her day before she lives it is, which makes it defiantly different. I jumped head first and hoped for the best when I picked this up, but it was fast paced and you had to read just one more chapter every time you go to put it down.
Nara is a kind, independent girl who is stubborn and caring. She is one of my all time favourite character's since I started reading and blogging. Nara helps at the local animal shelter and became a friend to the loner of the school Ethan Harris. Within the time they spent together they become each others love interest. She is witty and seems to dive head first into everything she does and that is one of the key details you've gotta love. She has also suffered from the weird problem of dreaming her entire day before the day began. But when she starts messing with the future her dreams start getting taken away and she is completely determined to find out why and who is taking them.
Ethan is a key character from the very beginning of the book, with his good looks and mysterious, secretive personality *Swoon*. I loved him so much the way she wrote gave the character such depth. Nara is confused in the beginning of the book as to why he stays away from people, it makes her intrigued to find out more about this 'bad boy hotty'. (Which to be honest about I don't blame her about). He has a lovely sense of humour and is very honest with his feelings to Nara. He is up there in the book boyfriend chart!
The other key characters in the book is Nara's best friend Lainey, who is thinking that Nara has betrayed her. Lainey is a bit strange but is usually very supportive but overly sensitive considering Nara's her best friend you would think she would trust her. Her character did annoy me A LOT but without her my Ethan and Nara wouldn't have gotten together and that would have been a tragedy!
I will say no more, otherwise I will end up spoiling the book. Wink. Wink. All I was say is that is 5 star worthy and everyone should read it because it is jam packed full of action, romance and consequences. Have fun reading my friends!
Really enjoyed this so went straight out and bought the next three in the series and the freebie prequel "Ethan" which is great either as a companion book to this or a good place to start before BKOD1. Definitely recommend.
So buy this book!!!
If you like fantasy mixed with beautiful love story, then the book is for you ❤❤❤
It is clearly written for teenagers, not adult women and found the story repeating its self in many parts.