Publish date: July 2011
Publisher: Iambe Books
Pages no: 295
Edition language: English
Series: Daughters of Saraqael (#1)
I first picked this book because of its cover and somewhat intriguing blurb, not to mention that I'm always up for discovering new authors (published or indie--there are real gems in indie too); but now I'm not so sure what to make of it. I can't exactly say that I didn't like it at all, only it doe...
3.5 starsI may come back later and write a complete review, but for now, just some impressions:Drags in some places, (especially the beginning!), but moves quickly in others, light angst, and not enough characterization...it felt like we were told more about the characters, then shown, and there wer...
My take...Amber shies away from people and from being the center of attention. She just doesn't have the self-confidence it takes to be one of those people who love attention....any attention. I guess if every 3 years you have an "Incident" that gets you shipped off to the next foster home, it’s und...