- File Size: 4192 KB
- Print Length: 180 pages
- Publication Date: February 13, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BRTX4I2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,821 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The Dark Fae Series: Book 1 Kindle Edition
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It was free on the Kindle App and so I thought I'd give it a try because after reading the Mercy Thompson series (which is absolutely amazing), I was looking for something supernatural (i.e. werewolves, fairies, vampires etc.).
I can't even finish the book it's written so horribly. It was like reading a story a 14 year old girl wrote. I knew I was in trouble when the main character dressed in a red corset. Really? Seriously? I could understand if this was set in a time period where corsets were used, or maybe a costume party or something, but not casually. No one in their right mind wears a corset casually. How is that even realistic?
And then of course we have the dreaded love triangle. Two guys who are inexplicably obsessed with our main character and fight over her basically the moment they set eyes upon her. *SIGH*. Of course she fights with the rude one (who calls her a b*tch basically the moment they meet) and then the same day makes out with him in the woods. There was absolutely no hint that they were interested in each other at all, he was abrasive, and all of a sudden they can't keep their hands to themselves. What????? And after one kiss all of a sudden they're dating?
Every sentence that is spoken is cringe worthy. The banter I think was meant to be witty, and I LOVE witty banter between a man and a woman, but this made me want to bury my head in the Earth until it was over. I was getting hardcore second hand embarrassment from reading this. It was so awkward and unnatural. There was really no differentiating adults from children, because they all spoke like juveniles. The narrator's mother talked like a bratty teenager.
The characters are all over the place. The narrator is angry at everything, and all of a sudden she's giggling with a person she 'hates', and then making out with him. If someone I hated showed up at my window, I certainly wouldn't take a stroll with them through the woods. It makes absolutely no sense. Then the narrator turns into one of those crazy people who when their significant other is within 50 miles of the opposite sex, they're immediately enraged, because you know, if their eyes touch another female, they're automatically cheating. At the drop of a hat, all of a sudden they break up. It happened so fast I had to reread it several times. It comes out of no where. I don't think I could roll my eyes any harder if I tried.
Also, she's supposed to be a fairy, which came from her father's side (who she doesn't know because apparently her mother just slept with everything that moved during the time when she was conceived). And how convenient that once the topic of her father pops up in the story, SHE IS KIDNAPPED BY HIM.
I deleted the book off my Kindle App after that.
The writing is sloppy, juvenile, and so improbable and illogical that I seriously can't believe it was published. I wrote better stories in 9th grade. The characters are flat and the same. The personality of each character is equatable to how one would describe a wet noodle. You really can't tell them apart. Their moods flip-flop so much you end up with whiplash trying to keep up. This book is basically a teenage girl's fantasy. It's painful to read.
If you are over the age of 15 please do yourself a favor and find something else to read. You'll be happy you did.Try the Mercy Thompson Series, the Alpha and Omega series, or even the True Blood series. You get werewolves, fairies, vampires, shifters, bits of romance, page-turning mysteries, and all told by narrators who are well-fleshed out and believable.
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