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Faelorehn: Book One of the Otherworld Series Kindle Edition
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I loved all the characters in here with all their differences and quirks and such (Cade was obviously my favorite). I do wish there had been a little more character development or at least maybe some more time with Meghan's normal friends (Tully, Will, Robyn, Thomas). I felt like some of them (Will especially) could have used a little more love.
Overall, I seriously adored this book, and (at least right now) it's free on kindle, which is fantastic. I would highly recommend it if you're looking for an easy, entertaining read!
The book introduces the main character, Meghan, to us and goes into great detail on her everyday life, which is normal to a certain extent until she meets a man in the forest who begins to explain the oddities of her life to that point. Now, I really did enjoy this book but there were a few things that bothered me throughout the entire book and I would like to take a few moments to explain them here.
We do get to know Meghan and about many of the things that happen in her day to day life, which is wordy sometimes but overall great because we get to see a different part of her that we may not get to see in the rest of the series, but the rest of the characters that filter in and around her are shallow, her favorite brother with autism that is mentioned a lot and then disappears, each on of her friends, and even Cade himself (I know he cannot divulge anything yet on his character but what has made her love him so quickly aside from his looks?) I wish that there was more development of the other characters in her life- and that may be something that the next book expands upon.
Nearing the end of the book the character, acting on her newfound love of Cade, begins to step out of every part of her life to spend more time pining after a man that she barely has met, spent any time with, or gotten to know. She then falls into a depression after discovering that he might have a girlfriend. I know that their relationship will develop more as the series progresses but I wish that here too there was more development before she proclaimed her love, or anything more than an attraction, of him.
All in all, I do plan on continuing the series.
Pros: I like the concept. I like the background world. I mostly like the characters and usually found them to be fairly interesting. I like how the plot developed over the book series and enjoyed reading how it all finishes up.
Cons: I saw the plot twists coming from a mile away. The protagonist does the stupidest things and has so much angst and drama over the silliest little things. Real life reactions are stretched a bit to fit the storyline. The first book is so. damn. slow.
Meghan lives with her adoptive parents and five brothers in Arroyo Grande, California. She has always been different. She is really tall and her facial features are different. Her eyes even change colors. She also hears strange voices and have dreams that freak her out. Her parents have tried everything to fix her. They think the voices and dreams have stopped but she just doesn’t tell them anymore. At school she is considered an outcast but she has her group of friends.
One day she is walking home from school and encounters these gnome-like creatures that chase her. Then she notices a raven following her. When a strange boy named Cade saves her from hell-hounds her life changes. Cade explains what is going on and who she really is. He now must teach her to fight back. He warns her not to trust anyone who claims to be from the Otherworld. He leaves her to find answers. Secrets are revealed and her life is threatened before the school year is over.
I liked this book. Meghan and her group of misfits are just trying to make it through high school. I liked these characters for their individuality. Meghan gets quite the shock and handles it well for a junior in high school.
The story has a lot of action as Meghan is chased by Otherworld creatures. You aren’t sure what will happen as the story moves along. Meghan’s feelings are justified. Her fear and heartbreak is felt by the reader. The paranormal twist adds to the adventure the author sends the reader on. Cade is mysterious and you aren’t sure what his motive is. Is he truly there to help? The author casts doubt as the story progresses. It’s a great read! I can’t wait to read the next book in the trilogy. I give this first one a 4 out of 5.
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