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Nature's Unbalance: The Chosen Series, Book Two (Volume 2) Paperback – May 12, 2014
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About the Author
Andrea Buginsky is a freelance writer with a BA in Mass Communication-Journalism from the University of South Florida. She has always wanted to be a published writer, and decided to try to write fantasy books for teens. The Chosen is her first book, and was released on December 14, 2010, to her delight. Andrea has written five more books since: * Nature's Unbalance: The Chosen, Book 2 * Striker's Apprentice: The Chosen, Book 3 * Destiny: New Avalon, book 1, a YA fantasy * Fate: New Avalon, book 2, a YA fantasy * My Open Heart, an autobiography of growing up with heart disease. She is currently writing the fourth book in The Chosen series. Andrea lives in Kansas with her family, which includes her two precious puppies. You can visit Andrea on her website or Google+
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This book has heart, and calls out to the reader to read more, and peaks the interest. A well written book of fantasy, I would highly recommend this beautiful book to anyone that appreciates a great story, with a wonderful plot and conclusion.
Nature’s Unbalance is a fun, action-packed novella with all the elements of skill and chance you’d expect in a role-playing game. The story’s slowed by occasional typos but nice world-building, pleasing characters, and enjoyable family relationships add up into a thoroughly enjoyable child-friendly novella with neat lessons about persistence, loyalty, communication, and respect for nature.
Disclosure: I was lucky enough to win a free ecopy of this novella.
With its fantasy setting, I found the story interesting. However, there were some areas where the dialog repeated what the narration just explained. I also wished the battle scenes were described with some more details. Overall, it was a pleasant story to read during the holiday season, and I found myself cheering on the heroes in their plight.