Kindle Price: $4.99
Page Count: 99 pgs
Category: YA, Fantasy
Published: August 13, 2016
A strong Amazon is wounded in a war. Little does she know, that this wound would bring someone to her that has been watching over her. This being will test her loyalties, and turn her life upside down.
Will she fight this war before her? Or fall to this wound? See if see fades to black or becomes the light beyond the darkness.
Thunder, Feel the Thunder
I got this book as an ARC, in exchange for a review.
Alright, so I read this pretty quickly, and it was an easy read. I found it really interesting, but lacking some background information on some of the characters. I needed more, don’t get me wrong, but I want more information on the first original characters, I need more depth. That’s why it’s 4 stars, instead of 5.
Now, for the good part: the praise. I loved how Hybrid watched over the Amazon and protected her, that’s so sweet. So it’s a love story inside of a young adult, fantasy novel. That leads to much more than you think it would. The world is pretty complex, but simple genius work at the same time. Like, some sort of magic.
I became enthralled with the book and couldn’t put it down for long. I thought one thing was going to happen, and then, Plot Twist × Plot Twist × Plot Twist × Plot Twist. So many of them! I didn’t even see the little Plot Twists that came along, so it was unpredictable, and I loved that! Then it ended and I was like … what?!
Shut the front door?! It did not just end that way. But, there were no more lines. I was like, noooooooo !!!! Although, there are more books to the series, I wanted more of an ending of book one, so book two could start new and fresh. Surprise! That’s not what happened. So I’m a little miffed by that, if I’m being honest.
I do get a ARC of the second book, so I’m all good. I don’t have to wait, thankfully. I’m glad I get to continue it, because I definitely want more. I want updates about the characters and the realm. I want to know what has happened since book one and so much more.
Do I think that you’ll like it? Yes, but remember it is for teens, and YA. That’s all I’ve got to say. You better pick up your copy now!