- File Size: 2084 KB
- Print Length: 255 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1729409547
- Publisher: Foundations Books Publishing; 1 edition (January 14, 2019)
- Publication Date: January 14, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07JZKCMLX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,457,207 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The story is paced quite well, the action and the dialogue are handled quite just right. The story flows pretty smoothly. The scene setting and descriptions are almost too sparse in a few places. There are a few slight touches of fantasy also. Overall, I like it a great deal.
The protagonist’s true nature is slowly revealed in a very delicious way. The next book is going to be very exciting. I wish I could read it now.
I award 4.7 stars to “Reborn” The score would have been higher except for a couple of spelling errors.
The story is well written, characters are multidimensional and complex, and the story layered. This story drew me in, kept me intrigued and entertained, and left me wanting more. Great job Jenna!
For readers new to both the author and have not enjoyed her Imagine Series it will come as a fine surprise that here is an author who knows how to weave spells the old-fashioned way and yet make her topics both contemporary and fantasy projected. And to add to the sensitivity of this new book Jenna offers ‘This book is from my heart. Half of it was written before my mom passed away from cancer. The story was completed several months after she passed away.’
The contagious manner in which Jenna relates this strange fantasy is grounded in reality – a factor that makes the ‘other world’ and incredible creatures held in place She summarizes this interesting concept and plot as follows: ‘The marks on Lexil's skin state she is a Reborn - someone who has lived before. As such, she must toil in service to those who have only one chance at life. Sold at auction, she is fearful but accepting of her new life. Everything changes when she must save a young child from a fate worse than death. With the help of a new ally named Finn, she flees to the Wastelands. There she struggles to survive while discovering more about herself, the world, and what it truly means to be Reborn’
The writing is solid and definitely directed toward the younger set, but that is yet another reason why the book works well. If authors can conjure books that attract youngsters to read, then we must bow to them in thanks. Reading Jenna Greene results in that old urge to sit on a park bench and just gaze and chat about all the possible variations of ‘world’ there are/can be! Grady Harp, January 19
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this
Reborn by Jenna Green was a book that was totally outside the box and very unique. This book was way outside my normal comfort zone. However, I am so thankful that I gave it a chance because it was so fascinating.
The graphic artist needs to be commended for the unique cover. The cover was dark and eerie it is one of the aspects of the book that drew me in. Not to mention the storyline was completely different than anything I was ever used to reading before.
The beginning of the book really hooked me with young children who were called reborns being auctioned off as slaves. Children as young as 4 years old. This part of the book made for some interesting reading it also was very disturbing as well. However, I read I with an open mind.
The section about the double born was very interesting in how they were different than the reborn.
I always commend authors when they pick characters names whom are different and unique. In Reborn Jenna picked names that I never even heard of before. She choose names like Lexil, Ceera, Jix, Ainee, etc.
This book was dedicated to Jenna’s mom who left her too soon, to Olivia who came to heal the wound.
Jenna would like to acknowledge When Worlds Collide, for always giving her the opportunity to be creative.