- File Size: 929 KB
- Print Length: 360 pages
- Publisher: Cambria Hebert (July 31, 2012)
- Publication Date: July 31, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008RG09SM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #301,153 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Masquerade (Heven and Hell Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Masquerade does follow the typical YA PNR format: girl meets mysterious boy, they're inexplicably drawn to each other, he's some kind of paranormal creature who was sent to protect her, they fall in love and have to save the world together, etc. But there's some new and interesting things here. For one, Sam is a creature that I've only encountered a couple of times before, but this is the first time it's actually been a character. There's also this National Treasure meets Twilight vibe going on near the end, so I was interested in seeing where that was going.
I enjoyed Masquerade. While it does read similarly to a lot of other books, there are some refreshing twists along the way. It's Heven's mom that shocked me the most. Let's just say, she's very religious and has her own ideas about what's happening to her daughter. And her solution is not exactly normal. The story does get a bit melodramatic at the end, but I still liked it.
I'm disfigured. Scarred. Ugly.
When I look in the mirror, I see a stranger. When I look over my shoulder, no one's there…
Yet I feel watched. Hunted. Afraid.
And then he tells me I’m beautiful.
He tells me I’m safe.
I believe him.
Until someone tries to kill me.
Secrets abound, danger is near, and still… my heart desires a boy with whiskey-colored eyes and far too many secrets.
Secrets that could cost me my life.
To stay alive I have to look deep, beneath the masks everyone wears, to find the truth.
To find myself.
This book was a awesome read i fell in love instanly and couldnt put the book down! Great story line great charcters (sp)! I really felt like i was in the story too! She (Heven) has pushed every one she knows away! Thinking everyone hated her because of a scar on her face! swoon worthy Sam comes in the picture and turns her world upside down..not only is someone trying to kill her but she has to learn the hard way that love comes at a price for anyone! i LOVED this story and recomend it to everyone! On to book 2 now!
This book took me seven hours or so and I kept wanting to get to the end already. Not because I was curious, just because I just wanted to finish the dang book. Like I said, it's great, but not that great. It's a great story, great characters, but just did not have that special something that made me fall in love with it and declare it the greatest book series in the universe.
I did like the idea of new supernatural beings. That's always a major point for me. At first I thought this was the typical angel and demons type of story. It's almost like it, but there's no angels and demons in it. But what the author replaced them with is quite interesting.
I'm not even sure if I want to continue this series to be honest. I'm dreading it because I don't feel so into it at the moment. That's why the second book is sitting on my kindle being neglected. I just keep thinking what if the second book is even better? But I don't even know if I wanna give it a try. Normally I do like to give it another chance, but this time I really don't want to.
Don't get me wrong, it's still a decent book. It's just missing that thing that makes me want to read more of it. That's all.