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- Print Length: 291 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1979194661
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0777RHXY3
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,644 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The first bump for me was it felt like I was missing something. I don't want to give spoilers away. But from the beginning I kind felt like I was reading the second novel in a series and not the first. Or that there is some prequel novella that I missed out on. The second was the "Mac" everything! Once or twice is witty and cute, every time you converse with a character or are even in the same room with them it loses the charm. Granted I did enjoy some of the other witty and snarky comments. It's just I feel....my own personal opinion, that the "McDreamy" and "McSteamy" is soooo over played at this point. It even got to the point where it was a little bit childish.
Honestly I'm not trying to rip this to shreds, but I am trying to be honest. There were moments where it was really choppy for me. I am not for the whole insta love in any books, I like to see this built up. This was the third bump in the reading of this....I was often confused by the relationships. With all the characters, personalities gave me a bit of whiplash at times. I know there is always a brooding silent type, I'm fine with that. Transitions just weren't always smooth between the lukewarm and cold, if you know what I mean.
I'm not going to go into anymore, I just don't want to be that person.
My ending thoughts on this....I feel it was kind of thrown together with a great base story that didn't get the finesse that is needed to keep everything smooth. Things could a have been stretched out to explain things a little better and even give the characters more depth and a realistic feel. It's paranormal, I know. All in all, I liked the story....the execution could have been better.
This is an ARC review.
The first being that the book itself seemed to start in the middle of the first 1/3 of a book. I was wondering if somehow part of the book had gotten cut or if there was supposed to be a prequel before this one. I wanted more backstory to the story itself, because it was a tad confusing.
Next the characters themselves had a lot of different personalities and were kind of all over the place. I love that the characters were different and not the same, however with so many characters it was hard to remember who was who and who was paired with whom. Plus the love for some of the relationships seemed to be lacking. I think less characters and focusing on their relationships with each other would benefit the book.
Overall I thought it had a good base and I could see it turning into a fun series, if the above two situations get fixed. I'd love more backstory, less insta love feel, and more development of the relationships between characters.
I received a copy of this book and am voluntarily reviewing.
We are introduced to Devon Half-witch half-warlock who is navigating her way in a world where she should not exist genetically. When we meet her she is attempting to survive after some unfortunate circumstances have left many wanting her gone. It did take me little bit to warm up to her character because she was a bit impulsive. Once I read a bit and got a glimpse of her "major personal" struggle I got more of an idea of where she was coming from. Shes snarky and sarcastic and I loved her inner dialogue.I feel that she showed some significant personal growth and I can't wait to see where she goes from here.
I loved meeting the hunted witch agency and I loved how they became a support for her in her chaos filled life. What a unique group of people, I can't wait to get to know them better!!! Gerard was bit rough around the edges but I enjoyed seeing how Devons snarky attitude started crumbling the walls he had built. I'm happy Devon found a group that embraced her (mostly) without any predjudice.
I enjoyed the glimpse we get to see in this new world where witches and warlocks are enemies. It was an interesting and to me unique take on both of their magic and how they can use it and what it looks.
I was constantly trying to anticipate what would happen next and I love when a book keeps me guessing. It was not predictable and OH MY GAWD the end!!!!!! I'm curious at who will be revealed and the motivation behind what we glimpsed in book one. Bring on book two!
I was given a copy of this book for an honest review.
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