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Song to Wake to (Paranormal Romance) (Levels # 1) by [Field, JD]
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Sixteen-year-old Maddie Bride starts at a new school in the countryside. She knows she'll have to deal with sports obsessed rich kids, cliques, and pressure. She doesn't expect myths from the shadowy past to be taking place around her. Not only are the legends unfinished. They're starting all over again.

Her new classmate, Eddy Moon, is awkward, and shy, and has lived a life of hardship and loneliness. As his strength and sense of purpose become more and more striking, Maddy comes to believe that he may have a place in the stories. At the same time she realises that the place she wants is by his side.

Closeness to Eddy brings Maddy another shocking realisation. Not only is he a mythic hero returned to life in the countryside, but maybe she too has a place in the legends. Torn between normality and her attraction to the magnificent Eddy Moon, Maddy has to decide who she is, who she is going to be, and whether stories must end the same way twice.

This is the first book in the LEVELS series. The second is called 'Rock Anthem' and the third 'Lullaby of Lies.' For more information go to jdfield.blogspot.com

From the Author

JD Field sucked at being a teenager.

It wasn't until ten years later she realised that was okay. You don't have to be good at everything, and she's much better at being an adult. She travels around eastern Europe, obsesses about whales, makes up silly dances, and eats noodles dry, out of the packet.

 JD Field made up for her horrible school years and being a sporting disaster by creating characters who are amazing at sport, but have a terrible time at school.They get abducted by witches and attacked with swords. She feels bad about it, but not bad enough to stop writing the stories.

Product Details

  • File Size: 549 KB
  • Print Length: 310 pages
  • Publisher: Round Hill (September 30, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 30, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005RFA1RU
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WOW!! I was totally captivated by this book. I absolutely LOVE the story told throughout this book and the reference to one of my FAVORITE legends.
J.D. Field has taken a story that has been written many times and made it modern with its own twists that grab a hold of you from the beginning of the book and keep you enticed all the way through. The book was paced perfectly giving me answers exactly when I needed them and then still leaving questions for me to ponder as we near the end of the book. Of course, since this is a series, not all of my questions are answered, but I am now so eager for the next book to reach my hands I know I will devour it!!
I can't really go in to details about the story b/c it would give so much away and I don't want to give any spoilers. I can definitely say that my interest was intrigued and then I was hooked!!
Great read and high recommend!!
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As an avid reader, I have become bored with the repetitious themes that YA authors are putting out - i.e. werewolves, vampires, love triangles, etc. J.D. Field's novel, however, stood out. His novel contains an interesting group of characters and an interesting story. I have only read one other novel regarding this story line (don't want to spoil the surprise), and this one far surpassed the other. The main characters are gripping and mysterious, but Field doesn't keep you in suspense too long; he's careful to insure that he gives you enough clues to keep you anxiously wondering and guessing without becoming frustrated at being left in the dark. I would highly recommend this novel to others.
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I stopped reading this at 88%. I don't want to call this a self-publish issue, but sometimes you still need an editor! This could have garnered more stars from me if it was not such a mess. I felt like 3 people wrote different parts of the book. It wavered from bare bones, passionless descriptions to conversation dumps. The writing style and pace were all over the place, the lack of consistency lulls you to read more when you get to a good patch, then to threaten your innocent Kindle with spine-crackage during the bad points. There were also points in the book where a character would be introduced, and I thought they would become important to the plot, but they were just dropped after a couple chapters, barely mentioned in passing after a quarter of the book. The hot/cold of the main characters was frustrating.

The book had it's good points, I thought the King Arthur bit was good. Merlin developed a school populated with influential people across the world, there were "houses" on the campus with Camelot reigning supreme. Arthur slept through the centuries waiting to be awoken when he was needed. He wakes up a child and eventually go to the Levels school, known as Eddy (weird middle name) Moon. The girl is Madeline, moved from London and the incarnation of the Lady of the Lake. Madeline makes moves to help Eddy including getting him the school sword and leadership of Camelot house. She advises him on being a leader. But he pushes her away since he is fated for a Queen and cannot tempt himself with loving her.

Other than Merlin, who was only mentioned by name in passing, no other traditional characters were known...
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This was a wonderful beginning to a series and I was sucked in from the very beginning. It had a good balance of romance and action. I also think it was original and unpredictable (I haven't read a lot of fantasy though so maybe I just don't know). One other thing, I really liked the heroine, Maddy. She figured things out when a smart person should. I can't stand it when the clues are all there and the chick just can't put the pieces together to figure out what the heck is going on. Maddy was not this way and that was awesome!! I loved it! I can't wait for the next one to come out.
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Maddy has just moved from the city to her grandmother's home. After her grandmother passed away, it has become Maddy and her mother's responsibility to take care of the bees. Maddy is enrolled into a private school and feels out of place with her poorer appearance compared to the other students. But as she starts fitting in, she realizes there is more than meets the eye to the school.

Fellow student Eddy Moon is the adopted child to one of the Four Horsemen, four rich guys that seem to monopolize everything. Eddy gets the short end of the deal and works more as a servant than an accepted brother. But there is something special about Eddy. Maddy is drawn to him even though Eddy tries to stay away from her.

But Maddy is about to get more adventure than she wanted when she learns about King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. This is not merely a story, this is happening right now and both Eddy and her have a key roll to play.

I really liked this story. I admit that I'm not big on the King Arthur story so I went into this relatively blind. But I am not interested in reading about King Arthur. I liked how Maddy believed in Eddy even though no one else did.

I admit that I was a bit irritated by Maddy with how fast she could accept Eddy's past but just couldn't accept he role in the story. Beyond that, I think this is a great story. I can't wait to read the next books in this series.

This is a great young adult novel that I think anyone would like. If you like King Arthur you will like this more.

I received this book for free and offered to review it for the author.
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