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- Print Length: 291 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 150778032X
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: SubtleDemon Publishing; 1 edition (October 28, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 28, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OBPUH9E
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,577 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Finder" had a great developing story and a handful of nicely crafted supporting characters but then the author tossed it all away by adding unnecessary profanity. By the end of book two and three the series spiraled out of control with an increased onslaught of "F" bombs and verbal porn - The main character went from a endearing "Joan of Arc" in book one to a slutty crybaby with every male supporting character panting after her by the end of book three.
As far as the plot goes by the end of book three I felt like I was watching a story on TV with someone changing the channels every moment. This series is in essence complete adolescent predictability intended for those that have the moral compass of a twister spinner. Lastly as I've indicated in other reviews of books of this nature... I really wish Authors would list if they were going to use large scale profanity and written pornography - let me know its equal to a rated "R" or "X" film - those that like that drivel will still buy it and I will know not to.. Frankly I've returned the books so the author didn't waste my money... but the author DID waste my time.
Since I cant give it zero stars I give it a generous one star.
The amount of characters can be daunting, especially if you are picking up a book after not reading the one before it after a while. A lot of the names sound similar and at times I had issues with differentiating who was who until I read further and got more of the context. I don’t think it would be so bad if I could actually “read” how the names were spelled, but I am blind and use TTS (text to speech) to read my books. I agree with other reviewers that a genealogy or list of characters and their relations (except for possible mates) would be a nice addition to the books.
The advent of a winged people was pretty, whoa, but I was intrigued by it. The whole logistics about how a person would really act and do regular things while having wings wasn’t done all that great, but I’d think it is pretty hard to begin with and think she did a good job with it.
I like Quin, she is and isn’t like the heroines in CS’s other series. Yes, she grew up in a crappy situation, yes people are buttheads to her, but all of that isn’t done with the same intensity as with the other heroines. Speaking of which, I love how all of her series are connected to each other in one way or another, though the span of years can change. Seeing how characters have babies, those babies grow up, then those same babies have babies of their own is just something that I really like in CS’s books.
BTW, all of her books are pure crack--fair warning.
I was devastated when I got to the cliff hanger ending, in fact I stopped and immediately went to Ms. Suttle's website to find out when the 3rd book in the series was coming out. Imagine how delighted I was when I found out that the 3rd book BlackWing was already out! (Happy Dance) I dived in immediately and believe me, its the best way to read these two books - I really consider them to be one book as far as information is concerned.
However, that being said, I really did like this book. Its a good continuance of the series, and I can't wait for the next book to come out. We watch as finder comes to learn more about her origins, and has more questions as a result. We also learn how giving and loving she is, despite how she was raised.
Finder is an interesting story about a unique girl with a lot of knowledge and power but very little understanding about how special and strong she is and what she could do. I love that this book takes you further in to their world and answers a lot of questions, for me, but also left me with more new questions :). And the Ending......
Now to go from my Connie Suttle fix to having withdrawals because I HAVE TO WAIT SO LONG FOR THE NEXT BOOK :) guess I just have to start back with the first book in lissas series and work my way up. Again :)