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Nova (Nephilim Code Book 1) by [Hogan, TP]
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  • File Size: 2377 KB
  • Print Length: 218 pages
  • Publisher: TP Hogan (March 7, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 7, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TUIPIJQ
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*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

I do have a thing for urban fantasy books with angels. So when this book came up for review, I raised my hand to read it. I’m glad I did.

Nova is a human. Or should I say was a human. Out of a chance of fate, she was changed into nephilim, a being of angel and human descent. With the help from Ben, Zeph, Ransom, and other nephilim, they are trying to help her figure out how and why she is changing. What she doesn’t know is that there is another group of nephilim, Ibira Corp, who wants to study her to find out why she was able to be changed. Now she’s in a struggle for her life and freedom.

The story has a little sci-fi twist with genetics. While I normally suspend reality in urban fantasy/paranormal stories, the genetics gave it plausibility to it. The story was action packed. Plus we have nephilim with abilities! No two abilities are alike. We meet some interesting characters. There are people who can cure illness, take pain away, freeze you, fly, and be able to control you with their voice. There are many more, both interesting and terrifying. It had an X-men vibe to it. Nova was a great character. She is strong, smart and sassy. She’s a fighter. While the book did have some romance in it, it was light side. Ben is swoon worthy guy. His abilities have caused him to distance himself from others. Nova does an incredible job acquiring his trust and being patient for him.

Overall, the book is solid. It’s a new take on the angel genre. The end has a little cliff hanger, and the version I read had a sneak peek of the next book, Nephilim Code- Edward. I couldn’t help myself and had to read it. I will be signing up for updates for this series as well as pre-order the next book when available.
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This story was ok. A light and easy read. The character development could have been a bit better and some scenes probably fleshed out a little more, but overall not too bad. The next book may improve on these points. The only really negative things I have to say are: 1. The typos were irritating. A typo in the first sentence of a book is not exactly encouraging, but it didn't detract too much from reading the book (for me anyway). 2. I wish the author had set the scene better at the start. I had no idea this book was set in Australia. At first I thought it was set in the states until she mentioned one character having an American accent. But I still had no idea what city it was meant to be until Nova was sick after getting icecream and it said she got on a tram and went past the Rialto Towers - then I realized it was set in Melbourne. This is probably something the author could have snuck in a little earlier ... Being an Australian myself, I picked up on the Rialto Tower reference but others may not have got this.
Aside from this, I enjoyed the premise of the story and would be interested to see where it could.
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Nova Quinn is a smart, sassy, fearless young woman with her eye constantly searching for the perfect shot to be photographed. One night on the roof of her apartment, minding her own business with her camera in hand, she hears a disturbance and starts taking pictures. No way did she just see two men fly up into the air...What the heck just happened, and why is her strange but handsome new neighbor one of them that disappeared like a shot into the night sky?

Ever curious Nova sets out to meet her new neighbors to get answers. When a chance introduction with her roommate's new love interest makes her sick, only the new neighbors can help Nova deal with what is happening to her.

Zeph and Ben Angelis are brothers and Nephilim. Only other Nephilim can see each other's powers and abilities so why is it that Nova can see what they are? As in any society there are good and evil, having a human see what they are makes Nova dangerous and wanted. Her human side is dying and now they need to get to the bottom of what her new powers may be.

First off, we love stories involving Angels/Nephilim etc. Nova did not disappoint. There is a great combination of action, humor, intrigue, good vs. evil, and a wee bit of romance brewing through this easy to read and follow story. Nova is strong and fearless, Zeph and Ben (even Julius) are dreamy while each dealing with their powers differently. Every character we meet are well written and described without being overloaded with dialogue. We are super excited to continue this journey and pick up Book 2: Edward, when it is available. 4.5 Sighs
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The story was good and I would give it a better rating but I have a few issues. It needs an editor, my grammar is not that great and even I picked up on this. I had no idea what country it was set in other than it was not the US until the very end when you find out she is returning to Melbourn. I think books that end in cliffhangers should have advanced warning. It is a cheap sales gimmic and I have no respect for authors who do this.
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The right stuff. The right price. Character development. Kick-ass heroine. Seeds dropped for potential future alliances and conflicts. But not a case of the all-good vs. the all-bad (at least so far, and the author alludes to moral ambiguity). I look forward to the next installment, which will feature the point of view of a different character.

At one point it almost drops into the mind-control dilemma that has ruined several otherwise well-written series (e.g. Mistborn), but the author manages to pull out of it. But only due to a special exemption. So this is the one point where I'd have withheld half a star maybe. We'll see how things go from here.

It's rare that I have anything good to say about fantasy set in the contemporary world, by the way. This is a rare find. So much of it goes straight to zombie apocalypse without passing anything interesting. But this series appears to be headed up rather than down.
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