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- Listening Length: 1 hour and 15 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Elisa S. Amore
- Audible.com Release Date: June 7, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072JV2DJP
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The Shadow of Fate: Gemma's Prequel: The Touched Saga, Book 1.5 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Being myself a fan of mystery and suspense, I surely preferred the final part of this book, with the cliffhanger (one of my favourite narrative tools) which wants to push the reader towards the first book in the saga.
Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli, author of The Mentor
This was a fun read. It's told from Peter's POV; except for a little bit by Gemma, and it's about how he is in love with Gemma, who is his best friend, but doesn't know how to tell her. The story about how he realized he loved Gemma was really sweet. I love that Gemma is so into books, and that she was reading Clockwork Prince! Love that series! And the Hunger Games mention was great! Peter and Gemma go to the beach with some friends, and it's all pretty much fun times, and Peter debating how to tell Gemma he loves her, and their other friends relationships.
I enjoyed the story even without much to go on, and I'm looking forward to reading Touched next!
She's lost in thought, preparing to head home when something calls to her and she races across the forest. What does she find?? Only the unexpected. What does it mean?? Who knows.
This is a prequel to her story, so it gives a basic outline of who she is and what she's about. The makings of a character. Read on my friends.
The story started out strong but started lacking towards the middle. I felt the story being drawn out for no apparent reason, teenagers playing games with fruit???? ok, that was really boring...then BAM it got really good then ended!!
The first half was more about Peter who I'm not sure if he has a role in untouched but I'm eager to find out. I like him.
It didn't really tell me much about Gemma, just that she loves books and feels alone.
It's a pretty short Prequel and really don't think it should have been a stand-alone book. It would have been great in a book with several short stories but by itself, it was really lacking.
I don't think I would recommend this one. That might change after I read untouched. If the pieces fit together I will review this again. but as of now I can only give this 3 stars.
Especially the part with Gemma. How she bounds with nature, I feel it, so I love it.
Gonna start now with book 1, it's a big book LOL (a lot of pages) not used to it. But I'll do my best.
Most recent customer reviews
Can't wait to start book two. Pouring next glass of wine