- File Size: 941 KB
- Print Length: 260 pages
- Publisher: Six Inch Heel Press (October 11, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 11, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M0AW89A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #178 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Wizards & Witches
- #1023 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
- #1209 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
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Right from the start I was hooked, the way the twins where introduced had me. They're witty, snarky, strong, loyal and they love their mom. This whole book was geared towards them and their mom. Sure there was a love interest, and what not, but that was developed naturally throughout the story, it didn't overshadows the main issues. It actually make the plot stronger.
[I would like to point out that a book should be done on Alina and Luca. They are by far the cutes and most heart string pulling coupled. They need their own story, right until Luca finds Alina again.]
Fate and Destiny are something else. They ping off one another, they make each other stronger but most of all they are their own separate person. My favourite part of this whole book, besides the end.. that kiss-swoon worthy- Was a simple conversation between the two in their won yard, they were talking about a spider playing cards, it was literally a convo about nothing. It was refreshing and downright hilarious and real.
The action, heart pounding, nail-biting and exciting. At the end, my heart almost stop. There was a split second where I though one of the mains was going to bite it. Thank god she wasn't killed off, that would have been cruel and truly an act of malice.
I can go on and on and talk your virtual ears off about how much I loved this book. So I'll end with my high recommendation, and that you all need to read this outstanding, one-of-a-kind book! And not just this book, my recommendation extends to all Wend Knights books. She is kicking down YA walls and taking names.
A prophecy: one light, one dark. Many secrets are revealed, along with terrifying new enemies, changing the course of Fate and Destiny's future forever. With help from their newfound friends and long lost loved one, a battle has to be won and the outcome rests solely on the twins shoulders.
Will they fight their new destiny or will they fight the evil that's chasing them? This is one battle you don't want to miss!
Wendy Knight meticulously crafted a world full of witches and dangerous warlocks; each character so well defined, you feel as if you're a passenger inside the book itself. This is definitely a must-read! I look forward to book two! 5 stars!
It's an audiobook I'd recommend to everyone who likes YA fantasy/paranormal novels. The story is fast paced, with a lot of action and quite a bit of magic, and the main characters are really likeable. It is engaging enough to have kept me listen to it in one day (and it's almost 8 hours long:))
The story is quite simple: warlocks kill witches to steal their magical powers; witches lose the battle cause there are no more potion witches amongst them - they've all been killed by warlocks... But then there are Destiny and Fate (and their mother) who nobody even knows about:) And you guess what? They ARE potion witches, powerful ones, and... they are the twin witches from the prophecy which says they'll save the world and end the war... Sounds really simple, right? And it really is, as stories go, but it is also well told, in an engaging way, with some turns and twists on the way, so you never get bored:) Also, both main and background characters are quite interesting, with their own issues, with some difficult choices to make... There are a few memorable moments in the book, some action packed, some emotionally wrecking, like the moment when Destiny's mother uses a spell trying to relieve her daughter's pain (I won't give you details - "No spoiler" policy:)) or when the girls meet their father for the first time...:)
So, although this may not be a kind of book that is revolutionary for its genre, it's fun and good enough to give the reader/listener a lot of pleasure and that's why I'd recommend it to all those who like a nice summer read/listen:)
As for the interpretation:
I liked Ms Prince's narration a lot, especially the interpretation of the two main characters, Destiny and Fate. The girls were given very distinctive "voices", which really helped their personalities shine brightly:) They really were "night and day" - one almost always timid and shy and trying to stay in the shadows, the other louder, more cheerful, with her heart on her sleeve:) I liked that a lot:)
Ms Prince had more difficulty with male characters, probably because she herself is a soprano, so when she lowered the pitch of her voice too much it sounded a little slurred and unnatural (I don't know why but it reminded me of Don Corleone's voice - you know, with that characteristic hoarseness..:)) But it stopped bothering me after 5 minutes, really:)
(I was given a free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.)
P.S. I liked it well enough to go on Amazon and buy all three books in the series:)
I thought I knew what I was in for at the first page, but boy was I wrong when I got to the second page... I can honestly say she had me at "warrior witch"! I loved the witchy community she created - it's not your typical coven and hierarchy, so it kept me on my toes and wanting to learn more. The story was steadily paced and care was taken to give us little glimpses of each character to help us get to know them better. I also loved the play on Destiny's and Fate's names. All in, a fantastic first of the series and I cannot wait to read more about this world!