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- Print Length: 254 pages
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- Publication Date: March 21, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079Z2PPJL
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Seventh Born (The Talented Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I got the feeling that the readers are supposed to be captivated by Zez - not that I wasn't, but Ilias was the one who drew my attention. He showed you how to walk out your faith when you are surrounded by those who don't believe like you and possibly want to kill you for you beliefs. The author did a splendid job of weaving the Christian message in the story - it was not preachy or overly overt so as to turn off the reader who may not be a Christian. I also love the spiritual warfare bits that are in the book.
Now if I had to rate this book I would give it 3.5 stars because of the slow start and we know if you don't capture readers in the first few pages you can lose them, but since there are no half-rating points, I will give it a 4. Yes, I'm interested in reading the next book in the series.
I like this book so much that I didn't want to take a star away because it is good written. Sometimes I thought that the book should be longer to get better some scenes, for example when she believed in God, I thought she needed a little more time to understand and develop a relationship with Him.
I will definitely read the whole series!
Hadrian, every bit as dutiful as Zezilia, has stepped into one of the most powerful positions in the government - and everything is going wrong. Prejudice against him is high, as he refuses to follow the goddess that most of the people serve. He is a regular target for assassination, and he is faced with terrible decisions that will with either save - or destroy - the country.
Seventh born is a sweet but slightly slow beginning to what looks to become a very interesting series. The details of the characters' telepathic abilities are very well thought out, but on occasion can turn slightly confusing.
The world building was solid and descriptions of the country were vivid and lovely. I did have a bit of difficulty figuring out some of the fantasy words/titles/season and such. A glossary would definitely not go unappreciated.
The main characters were very enjoyable - especially Hadrian. His parts in story were definitely my favorites. Zezilia, however, seemed almost too perfect at times, both with her personality and with her power training. Is there nothing she can't do? I hope that in the sequels we get to see more depth - and maybe some more powerful weaknesses than the minor character flaws she shows.
The romance is only in the very beginning stages in this novel. It's really more of just a close friendship right now. It is building up to be one of the usual forbidden romances, but at least there has been no hint of the dreaded insta-love problem, nor any unwanted love triangles. Just a gentle, slow burn type romance, which is really much more realistic.
I suppose this review seems a bit on the critical side, but I really did enjoy this book. I do believe this is one of the better books she has written and I hope that Rossano puts out the sequels very soon because I am eager to see how everything plays out.
Drinking / drugs: Nothing I can remember.
Violence: minimal. no blood. several assassination attempts and threats.
Other: The enemy does utilize the power of mind control. This doesn't bother me, but some people might be more sensitive about this.