Sunday, December 30, 2012

Review: Induction by J.D. Watts


Review: Induction by J.D. Watts



IN A GLANCE: The Second is even better than the first.

Title: Induction
Author: J.D. Watts
Publisher: The Writers Coffee Shop
Format: Ebook (Given to me by publisher for honest review)  
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN #: 1612130623

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This is the second novel in the Children of Creation series. Daniella Rossi has had a tough year. She’d always felt she was different from those around her, and within a matter of months, she discovered her life and that all she believed was true was nothing more than a farce. As a child of three different races of creation, Dani truly fits in with none. As she waits out the winter in hiding with her two most trusted friends, her Guardians Nate and Ana, Dani struggles with the evolution of her romantic relationship with Nate, while being haunted most nights by dreams of a little boy begging for help. She doesn’t know where he is or what is wrong, but she has an overwhelming need to help him. Forced to move on with the advent of spring, they search for answers while Dani completes her induction into the world of the unseen. She learns many things about love, life, and herself, as well as the true depth and nature of the strength within her along the way.







Review: 

I have thought about what I would say about this great book a million times over and I'm still not sure how I should start this review.  I could tell you that this book is way better than the first in this series and I loved the first book.  I could tell you that I loved reading and watching these characters grow more and more in love.  I could tell you that the plot is perfection and I couldn't put this book down.

Yes I could tell you all of these thing and I really just did.  This book is perfection and the author is amazing and weaving a story together that leaves you grasping for more.  Again I will say this...please can I have a Nate of my own! I love these characters and I simply can't wait to read the next book in this series and thank God I don't have to wait.  (I've already read it lol, review to come soon!) Oh and I must say I love the descriptions in this story as well, I mean come on mountain cabin, leave me in there with Nate any day. 

I love the style in which J.D. Watts writes, I love how she weaved a love story in with the good vs evil plot that she has in this series.

Simply put, I need more of this series and J.D. Watts is one of my favorite authors of this year.


Rating:



Plot: 20/20
Creativity: 20/20
Writing: 20/20
Characters: 20/20
Ending: 10/10
Cover: 10/10

100 out of 100 = 5 Puppy Rating

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