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- Print Length: 278 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Daring Books; 1 edition (April 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DSBQ7EU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,755 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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No depth whatsoever. It's all unimportant filler instead of world/character building. There's a lot of barely explained moments and topics...yet goes on and on about transgender rights and such. Just nonsense. Seems like a teenagers first attempt at writing a story and she wanted to push her social justice agenda at the same time...even though the premise of the book is nothing to do with social justice or politically correctness. There really isn't anything original about the plot either.
It ends in a cliffhanger which seriously irritates me. Some people, like myself, have to read a book until it's conclusion. By giving no conclusion here, you're making me read the next book...which I'm sure will also end in a cliffhanger. Series are best when each book can be read as a stand-alone as well. I think cliffhangers are a shady way of making ppl buy your next crappy book.
I'm really shocked there's so many rave reviews. This just isn't a good book or good writing. Glad it was less then a dollar. Should be free.
- The authors had me sucked in from go!! Ari is someone I would want to be best friends with. She’s hard working, kind, compassionate, funny, and quick witted. She’s also sensible, and trusts her gut. A good quality to have when a sexy stranger walks into the local restaurant she tends bar at, and she’s not exactly comfortable with him.
- The dynamic of the story quickly changes, pulling you in even deeper when something goes wrong, and she finds herself in a hospital. There she bumps into another very sexy stranger, but this one’s different, her gut tells her so. Proving himself to her as trust-worthy when he happens to be in the right place at the right time to save her from potential kidnappers.
- But, why was she attacked in the first place? Ari soon finds out all is not what as it seems, and she must make a life altering decision and fast. The man behind the decision, is the man her gut warned her about.
- Another shift occurs when Ari seals her fate to save someone she loves. Transported to another realm, Hell, to be exact, she finds it’s nothing like she thought it would be, it’s a beautiful place, with seven kingdoms, seven brothers, seven deadly sins. Ari soon realizes not all brothers can be trusted, as another attempt on her life is made. Someone on the inside is pulling strings, and manipulating others to believe all Fae are bad, and it’s the rebel Fae who are after her. Is this true, or just another manipulation to gain Ari’s trust as the new princess of hell, and her decided the fate by choosing the next king of hell.
- These authors did a fantastic job with the World building, the realism of the story and characters are unrivaled by any other book I’ve read in this genre. Not only did I connect to both of the MC’s of this story, but I also felt the connection between them, and many of the side characters introduced.
- I found myself immediately transported from my world, and into the parallel universe the authors created. Every time I turned my kindle on, I instantly left my world and entered the story. I was there!!! That’s how amazing this story was. I’ll be moving to book two the second I have a chance, meaning tonight if I don’t have any ARC’s to read.
*** Recommend for paranormal, vampire, demon, fantasy lovers ages 14 and up, while there’s no foul language or sex scenes, they are implied*****
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For a start, the "vampire" element is nothing but thin window dressing. It's absolutely pointless and irrelevant to the plot (girl gets sucked into cod-medieval world and has to figure out how to survive and fit in). The fact that 90% of the characters in that world are claimed to be vampires is meaningless, because they behave like every other cod-medieval society in every time-travelling book you've ever read.
It almost struck me that the author decided to try and write another Outlander, but then thought "if I also try and write another Twilight as well, I'll be twice as likely to be a bestseller!" I'm surprised the author didn't try and shoehorn in a bespectacled teenage wizard and a red room of pain as well - might as well try and add elements of every publishing phenomenon of the past 10 years!
Character wise, you've got all the standard tropes from unimaginative romance novels - the smooth talker, the mustache twirling villain, the gruff but heart of gold love interest, etc. None of them are well-developed or interesting.
Secondly, the heroine is an imbecile and way too dependent on authorial intrusion. She never behaves like a real person would, because the author needs her to behave that way to drive the plot. So she is much less questioning than you'd expect (because the author doesn't want too much boring exposition, but didn't think of a suitable reason for her lack of questions), and keeps missing details (like being snuck up on by someone she was already watching, because the author wanted to put her in jeopardy).
Thirdly, the story doesn't end, it just stops.
Finally, if the 7 brothers are named after the 7 deadly sins, can someone please tell the author that War isn't one of those sins? Surely he should have been Wrath.
I found it slow paced, I enjoyed the beginning of the story, with her Mum, friends and these two men, who we find out are connected. Fen and Ari have a connection, not a deep, meaningful one as pf yet. Asher is more distant and aloof.
There are so many characters and scenarios in this, it's hard to follow and fully get that grasp on it. A lot of descriptive words which can go on a bit and it drags the story out that little bit more.
This novel is more about setting the story line, not much action, drama, twists or turns, odd bit of them here and there. As a main character she appears soft and weak and maybe gullible an compared to the demons etc not sure her character is strong enough to carry the main story line in the rest of the novels. I shall see and download novel 2 for that opinion.
It didn't grip me like some vampire novels do, but for 99p and say 278 pages you can't complain really.
The character Ari was very likable and her protector Fen was instistant that he would not be good for her as a king,but the more they spent together the closer they got.The first book was a bit slow to start but by then end i couldn't wait for the next book to find out what was going to happen.This book is my preferred genre to read and i was not dissappointed at all.Loved the other characters as well in this book and can't wait to see how they devolop in the next book.
I can not wait to read more and find out where Adriana goes next!
Overall good story but wasn't quite there with structure. But that's just my opinion!
Karpov Kinara have managed to Make a fantasy book intriguing and so enjoyable for us older adults as well as adolescents and they certainly will be having my backing when it's turned to film! Pure genius, unbelievably entertaining and with amazing twists ... What's not to love? <3
I had to stop and go back to reading it. Such a shame was handy for the long walks to work.
Hopefully the other books are voiced by someone else?! If not back to good old fashion reading !.