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Insight (The Community) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 18, 2017
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The plot is essentially a murder mystery at its core, but the relationship between Nate and Trent and the seriously twisted "Community" were just as important. I do wish that Nate found out more about what his abilities were, or what I mean is I had hoped he would end up up being more if not as powerful as Chase. I don't know why, but as the story progressed I kept hoping that would come out - especially knowing his parentage (eww) and that Theo had additional powers of his own.
I know there are two future books planned for this series, so I hope we visit Nate and Trent again - even on a small scale. This series will be an automatic buy for me.
And of course the sex was hot between Trent and Nate and that epilogue was adorable. Yet I found myself raising my brows at how quickly the 'I love you's' came. But I'm giving it a pass because of Nate's empath abilities.
This was a really good book and I'm not usually into mysteries. I figured this one out, though. It has some really interesting characters, too. I liked a lot of the ones we are introduced to in the Community. Elijah, Chase, and Holden to be specific.
I really loved the concept of the Black family and how dysfunctional they are. Especially the secret about Dade. Ugh. Just gross. It's just a shame that I couldn't connect with Nate as much as I have with Santino's characters in the past. Even Trent, while well developed, we never find anything else out about him except for his major in college.
Despite this, I am excited for the next book and seeing how the heck SH can turn my opinion of Holden around.
It's really cool seeing Santino write something reminiscent of the ICoS/After Midnight days. As it's very loosely connected, it also had a bit of a similar feel as Stygian in some parts. I also felt like there may have been some strong influences from JCP's Psycop series, and even Pefume by Patrick Süskind (though that may be all in my head). But make no mistake, this book is it's own animal. This is some well woven, creative story-telling right here.
The only thing that kept this from being a five star book for me was being a little confused at times by the many supporting characters. But I'm good with that as a first in this kind of a series as there's a lot to establish. I can't wait to see what Santino does with these characters in this universe.
I’m a big fan of Santino Hassell’s work. Insight was a tremendous read, so far, it’s the first in my Best Of for this year. While a romance, it’s also paranormal, a murder mystery, and a road-trip adventure. The characterizations are spot on with the depth and nuance that I love about Santino’s stories, the kind that reach in and feel familiar in spectacular ways. The paranormal aspects were incredible — and this from a girl who shies away from that genre like it might electrocute me. The mystery thread surprised me, maybe blurb neglect, which I’m often guilty of, but the fact that he freaking NAILED it by keeping me guessing until the bitter end was phenomenal.
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