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- Publication Date: September 26, 2017
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- Language: English
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There was so much I loved about this book. The storyline was unique, the setting was well described, the two main characters Shae, and Evan have great chemistry and this shines through to the reader.
The story is well paced between action and storyline / dialogue. There is an underlying banter between the main characters that made me laugh out loud.
What would you do if your Queen, the queen of the Fae, started a war against the humans, a war you don’t believe in and she is now forcing all Fae of age to enlist to fight for her?
Shae and her best friend had a plan to run together, but now Shae is on her own with the Queens army at her heals. She is saved by Evan, a human. Being Fae means Shae can detect a human immediately; however, humans can’t detect Fae so easily. The two species are not only at war, but have always had a mutual hatred for one another, based on what they’ve been told.
Shae is on a mission to make it to Los Angels to find and save her friend. Evan is on a mission to find and save someone important to him too. One of the two are hiding a secret, but how big is it? And will it this secret throw them off course to their destination, and ultimate goal? Who will win the war? The humans, the terrible Queen who has a black heart, or the rebel Fae fighters? Will either Shae or Evan get their happy ever after? Will The now crumbled World ever return to how it was. The two species once lived peacefully, but separate.
There are a few reasons this is a 4 star read for me. Mainly it’s the parts that seem to be extremely unrealistic. Some of the choices they make, had me yelling “how stupid are you?” or “They would have never pulled that off”. Plus one of the longer scenes, seems like a replica of one season of The Walking Dead, Just switched to fit this particular world.
I also believe the author may not be native to the U.S where the story takes place, based on some of the word choices, but I think she did a good job with most of the “American” terms.
~ I signed up for a “review copy” via my blog without knowing anything about this author, but I will absolutely be reading more from her in the future.
*** recommended for readers age 14-114*****
May contain plot spoilers
First, the plot revolves around Shae "saving" her 20 year old friend from a choice he made…we never really know why he can't "save" himself by simply deserting. Conflicts are created for silly reasons (or reasons not explained)- such as why would they abandon their car when they did? I would have had the human, Evan, drive through the fae checkpoint and she could have skirted the roadblock to meet up with him down the road, especially since Shae was in such a hurry. What the heck is a Barina? I looked it up and it's an Australian vehicle (which we don't have in the USA, where the story is set).
The story is too wordy with explanations- one example: [he] died in vain for no good reason. Dying in vain IS no good reason (this is implied), so the author should have stopped at vain. These over-explanations were throughout the story (another example: we passed the border for the state of California-- why not "we passed the California boarder"? Quite a few questionable word choices and some other misc errors.
Good action, and I liked the characters, but this book needs some serious editing and proofreading.