The Druid's Doorway (The Reese Brothers Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
There is romance that unfolds make me wish it had happened to me like that! There are unexpected twists and turns. There are beautiful heartfelt moments, tragedy, and plenty of action. The characters grow and change inwardly, and I look forward to seeing them blossom with each book as more questions are answered. The author is not afraid to take on huge obstacles. I am sincerely looking forward to seeing where their story goes. I expect more of the unexpected, and I am rooting for this family.
The main character in the story is Jake Reese - a high school student who is suddenly forced to deal with the paranormal world. Jake is a complex and well-developed character. The book was filled with many secondary characters who were important to the story and to Jake. Each character had his/her own personality and the author made sure that each character was developed and fit the story.
It's hard to comment on the storyline without giving spoilers...so let me just say that the story had components of good vs. evil, life and death, romance, family & friendships, and a lot of action.
I definitely recommend this book.
At the beginning, the book read as if it was trying to be more complicated than it was. However there was a spark that I saw in the characters that I had met, so I continued onward, and after the first few chapters this lessened drastically.
I loved the scenes with Hailey and Jake. They’re so realistic and I could easily relate to them. I found this to be one of Daniels’ strengths. She creates characters that I easily found myself invested in. Jake isn’t some golden boy and Hailey, while a little on the perfect could-do-no-wrong side, had conversations with herself that I have had with myself. I also liked Jessie, and Jake and Jessie’s dad, Gavin.
It took a while for the pacing of The Druid’s Doorway to pick up. It’s not until 35% of the way through that things really get interesting when Jake’s life is first put in peril. Once this happened, I had a hard time putting the book down. There was enough action of various types to keep me going. Plus, I needed to learn more about what was happening to Jake (and the bigger question of why), more about the Medicine Man guarding the portal, and I needed to continue to watch the relationship between Jake and Hailey.
Overall, I definitely enjoyed reading The Druid’s Doorway, and after the cliffhanger of an ending (that’s a warning for all of you who aren’t into them) and with things I did not see coming, I look forward to finding out what happens next.
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