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The Guardians (MORE Trilogy Book 2) by [Franklin, T.M.]
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  • File Size: 719 KB
  • Print Length: 188 pages
  • Publisher: The Writer's Coffee Shop (November 6, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 6, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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TM Franklin hits another one out of the park! The Guardians, the second book in the More series, is a downright captivating young adult paranormal suspense novel. Picking up a few months after the first book ends, Franklin masterfully continues to build her unique alternate world of Race, Half-Breeds, and Rogues.

As this story begins, Ava is back at college, transitioning into life with the humans while the Council watches to make sure she stays quiet about the Race. Ava and Caleb’s feelings have deepened as Caleb continues to train Ava to use and hone her abilities. Ava’s world turns on its head when Caleb is accused of betraying the Council by joining the Rogues. Caleb runs, and Tiernan Ross, a Protector, is brought in to bring Caleb before the Council. Ava doesn’t believe that Caleb has switched sides and convinces Tiernan to let her come along while he tracks down Caleb. Ava is still a determined, stubborn, and brave character who won’t take no for an answer. I loved that Ava remains true to the character that I absolutely fell in love with in the first book. As Ava and Tiernan search for Caleb, they put their differences aside and surprisingly start building a friendship. I wasn’t a huge fan of Tiernan in the first story, but this time, his character grew on me as he becomes friends with Ava. Franklin consummately balances building new relationships and introducing new characters along with further developing her multilayer plot arcs into a stunning page-turning read.

Once again, I was so fully drawn into Franklin’s original world of Race and Rouges that I read this book in one sitting.
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The Guardians picks up a couple months after MORE left off! Ava and Caleb are back at college, but Caleb is still helping Ava learn her craft, who is getting stronger the more they practice. Even though they are back at college doesn’t mean that they are alone, Tiernan and Katherine are watching Ava’s every move to make sure she isn’t a threat to the council, but that is not their only problem, it seems that someone else is watching them as well. Caleb isn’t only helping Ava with her powers but he has been helping half breeds get to safe houses and the council seems to suspect there is something going on with Caleb and has Tiernan keep his eye on him. One of the times Caleb comes back, Ava senses that he’s not the same and it seems as though he’s wearing an extra veil and that is when Caleb disappears. This leaves Ava and Tiernan a mission, find out what is going on with Caleb! When they are on their adventure they rescue a girl named Emma from Rogues and all three of them end up at the Guardian Colony, where everything thing involving Ava is revealed.
While reading this book, I grew more attached to all of the characters, I of course still loved Caleb and Ava’s story and how they are bonded. The bond in the story is something special between two people. Once a couple is bonded, it hurts for them to be apart for a long time and the only way to end a bond is for one of the bonded to die, of course for these two, I want them to stay bonded!! In the first book I didn’t really like Tiernan as a character, but he REALLY grew on me in this story! I enjoyed reading more about Caleb and Ava’s families and what a big part Ava’s family plays within this series, it was something I was not excepting!!!
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First and foremost, these books captured my interest and kept me wanting to read more throughout the trilogy, which is always a good thing! The plot was interesting and there was some fun world building and a nice little mystery to unravel. I also liked the main couple and some of the secondary characters, though it lacked in the romance department for me. I thought that the books had pretty good pacing throughout. I did not feel that the plot was especially new and original, but I also didn't feel it was completely cliched or overdone. In many ways with the implementation of the plot, I felt reminded of Harry Potter, Twilight, or Cinder, where you're discovering a new world alongside one you know and the mystery unravels slowly as the character learns more about him/herself and his/her mission. I like that sort of thing, so if you do as well, then you may very well enjoy this trilogy.

Now for the less great stuff...

First, this was small(ish), but it's a huge peeve of mine so it needs to be said: there are typos and small errors throughout all three of these books. I've noticed this in general with TWCS printings and I assume it's because these are self-edited or done by non-professional editors, but it drives me crazy. If you want me to pay for a book (at any price, really, though at the same price as books being published by more established houses and with professional editing done especially), then I expect it to be edited correctly. Typos, grammar errors, etc. pull the reader out of the moment and make the work one is reading feel amateur. When I see that, it lowers the quality of the work for me. These were pretty small errors, compared to some I've seen, but they were there nonetheless so I've mentioned it.
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