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Whispers of Razari Paperback – June 26, 2013
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About the Author
Jeffery Moore Moore was born in Germany. As a military brat, much of his childhood was spent abroad, growing up in Germany on military installations. He subsequently enlisted in the military and served for ten years as an army pilot. While in the military, he lived in Italy and South Korea and deployed to many European countries. He has traveled to Australia, Japan, Singapore and most European countries. His experiences and contact with many different cultures helps form some of the elements in his stories. He currently works for a global IT company and lives in Massachusetts. Find more about Jeffery and his work at www.jefferyemoore.com Cindy C Bennett Bennett is the YA author of several books. She lives in Utah with her husband and two daughters. Both of her sons have married, giving her two more daughters (in-law). She loves gooey cookies, dark chocolate, and cheese popcorn. She hates housework and cooking, and has no plans to become a domestic goddess. She occasionally co-hosts a geek podcast with her son, called Geek Revolution Radio. Her favorite pastime is riding her Harley. Find more about Cindy at www.cindycbennett.com Geek Revolution Radio www.geekrevolutionradio.com
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Let me start off by saying, that I don't read this particular genre very often. It's a little too sci if for me. I used to pick up books like this and want to out it down by the end of the first chapter. I had discovered a book from Jeffery Moore a few years back, and he had completely sparked my interest into this new genre. In having also read some of Ms. Bennett's books, I felt like this would be a great collaboration. Moore is known for his sci fi background and ability to create worlds, and languages, and characters that really leave you guessing. While Bennett's book have always had that real, and romantic element to them. You get the best of both authors in this book.
I completely disagree with the other readers one star review on this book. Obviously, they star really low as I checked out their other reviews. And to compare this with the book "The Host"?! Stephanie Meyer could learn a lot about writing in general from reading this book. There is no comparison.
This story is centered around Olivia and Jacobi, two "unhuman" beings who look, act and live day to day as high schoolers. No one knows they are anything different, except for Jacobi's father who would never say a word. Olivia is new at this, having just inhabited a body of a girl Jacobi knew from school after she was in a car accident. She goes to live with her aunt after her parents are killed, and starts finding out she isn't alone. She meets Jacobi and there's an instant attractin, even though their "species" isn't supposed to have those feelings.
Add in car chases, secret government agents, typical high school drama, and a bit of the unknown and you have an action packed book leaving you guessing about who and what exactly these two are.
Overall, I loved the book. I think if you really read for story, content and just enjoy it (rather than compare it to other books out there) you will love it. Just because it doesn't fit into a mold of what these authors may have written before, doesn't make it any less enjoyable.
Great work on this collaboration, I look forward to more from you two!!
"Whispers of Razari" is Similar in style to "The Host" by Stephenie Meyer and I don't mean that as a compliment. I consider "The Host" to be one of the worst, most disturbing books I have ever read; however, "Whispers of Razari" was worse than "The Host." "Whispers of Razari" talks about the Roush who invade peoples bodies after the spirit of the person who was living in the body leaves. The sort of rape is so bad to me along with the similarities to "The Host" that I have lost trust in Cindy C. Bennett's Books. If you have read any other books by Cindy C. Bennett and loved them do not immediately assume this is a good book because the others were. DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!