- File Size: 4793 KB
- Print Length: 480 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sparrowcat Press (March 31, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 31, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00TWOW7YC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,083 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A friend of mine told me to read this series. I hadn't read in a while, so I started this, and was hooked. What I like is that it is full of surprises. I love the characters, and the way she brings us in to the story, no useless or missing information. I personally, enjoyed Torn more than the others, that book I was able to get right in the book and see it as I read it, I don't know why the others didn't do it for me too. But All 3 books were fun to read. It has a little bit of everything that I like, mer-people, flying horses, magic, humor and little bit of love, but not where it bored the reader. There were fights and war, and creativity throughout all the pages. I would recommend this series to anyone!
Although backstory is added to flesh out the characters and plot, this book could be read apart from the trilogy. I wouldn’t recommend it though. It is a book you will want to enjoy to the fullest and to do that, Book I (Bound) is necessary.
Although all the scenes are drawn beautifully, it is the battle scenes that are especially heart-stopping and insanely realistic.
Torn is a book well worth reading as are the other books in the series (Bound and Sworn).
First, there is a fly horse that talks. I want one. The only thing that would make it better would be having a horn and being a unicorn.
I like the fact the Aren struggles with his "dark" magic. He doesn't just up and refuse to use it and become a great person and blah blah blah. It is more realistic and you see things in the gray area where most things in life reside.
Rowan also grows on me in the book. She mostly annoyed me in the first book. She acted childish and was fascinated by fairytales and didn't seem worried enough that she was hanging around with a mass murderer. She was dumb and I just wanted her to stop talking. In Torn, the girl really grew up. And I seriously liked her. She may have made a few iffy choices, but she dealt with them and became a real badass.
A new character, Nox, is introduced and the bitch is just a straight bitch. But really. I hate her. I mean, the entire time she is just mean to everyone and jumping down their throats but thinks that she is All Loving does great things for people who don't deserve it. I just wanted Ruby the dragon to eat her. There is nothing nice or charming about her, and though Mel (a mer friend) claims she has a great soul, there is just NO WAY. I don't know what he sees in her. I honestly just think it is the first human woman he has come across and that's the only reason.
The main issue I have with the book is that everything happens at such perfect timing, that it is so incredibly unrealistic. And I mean like everything that happens in the book is like this. It drives me nuts.
But go read the book, really, you'll like it, I promise.
I have no personal connection to the author and did not receive my books for free, so this is an honest review.