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Thrall: A Dark YA Urban Fantasy (Daughters Of Lilith Book 1) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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So, Thrall has us following Braedyn, a young woman who after her 16th birthday, discovers that she is a Lilitu, a demon that feeds off the soul or life force of others (in other words, a succubus). Now, as I said before, I haven’t read many stories revolving around a character that is a succubus, but I did enjoy Quintenz’s take on the supernatural creatures. Whenever dealing with supernatural creatures such as demons and angels, there is a risk that the story will become bogged down by the religious background of these creatures. Thankfully, that’s not the case for Thrall. Quintenz focuses on characters, rather than the religious hogwash a lot of supernatural stories have. Though, that’s not to say it isn’t there, because it is; it’s just plays second fiddle to character drama and the threat of the coming war.
Speaking of character drama, there’s a lot of it in this book. Braedyn learns she’s a demon, which puts her at odds with members of the team of hunters that, well hunt and kill Lilitu, most of whom have lost a loved one to Lilitu. You can guess how having one on your team would go over with them. Not only that, but since our mc is in high school, we get a healthy dose of realistic high school drama, including jealousy, backstabbing and love. All of this was believable and took me back a few years to when I was in high school and every little thing seemed like the end of the world. Though, I’ll admit I never had to worry about an ancient war between the Daughter of Lilith and the Sons of Adam.
Thrall manages to skirt the line between cliché and unpredictable. It kept me interested with its clever approach to demons and the angel-backed hunters that are up against them, as well as the turmoil our mc faces when she tries to come to terms with what she is, and what that means to those she loves and the world as a whole. I think that one of the areas Thrall falls flat, however, is the romance between our mc and her love interest, Lucas. I just couldn’t get behind it; it felt a bit rushed and unearned. All in all though, this was a quick and enjoyable read. I’ll be picking the next one in the series to see where things go from here, because things are set in motion near the tail end of the book that piqued my interest. Plus, I’m hoping the side characters get some time to shine since they weren’t really that memorable.
A teen finds out she isn't who or what she thinks she is, Her Loving father, not her real Dad?? Then suddenly she find there is an entire faction that want her dead, and yea keep up those High School grades and drama... A boyfriend That HATES her kind, yet loves her? The Cheerleader Drama queen who becomes a ally and then enemy then ally again? Add in supernatural demons and military type force determine to deal with her or kill her. The trust of an Angel, and the soul of a small child . Top it with another just like her that was the first trial of the experiment her 'Dad' has raised her under who tries to get her out, but keeps helping her when needed. When the demons can be trusted more then the humans then something is wacky, or is the human a demon in control of a human mind?
The 4 books work and flow well between them and I would love the author to consider coming back in a 5 year gap to pick it up and carry on the story for both the small child's view of who family is, how has the leadership change effected the war they are fighting, does love prevail?
Jennifer Quintez writes a series you don't stop and review book one and then think about reading book 2 someday, no you get back online and grab it as soon as you finish.. take my word for it save yourself the longon at 3 am and just buy them all now..
You have a young girl who you think is your typical girl next door, Braedyn Murphy but she is actually a descendant of Lilith, the mother of all demons. Braedyn has fallen in love with the new boy next door, Lucas, which leads to much romance and adventure for both.
Jennifer Quintenz take on good versus evil is awesome, you want the good to prevail. By creating a war between the Sons of Adam and the Daughters of Lilith, Jennifer Quintenz gave this story great mythical lore.Yet there are some twists and turns that give this story so much depth, suspense and romance. The storyline is very clear and strong, which gives this book great characters and so much excitement.
This is the first time reading one of Jennifer Quintenz's books and this definitely will not be my last. Once I started reading Thrall, I never did put it down and neither will you.