Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Review: Ember by Carol Oates

Review: Ember by Carol Oates

IN A GLANCE: Ember is not very predictable, its one very surprising book!

Title: Ember (Ember #1)
Author: Carol Oates
Publisher: Ominific Publishing
Pages: 237 Pages
Format: PDF (Ebook)
ISBN #: 1936305844

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When Candra Ember wakes up in hospital after a dangerous encounter with a red-haired woman, she is shocked to discover that seeing a winged boy wasn’t her imagination. Candra is exposed to a world of rivalry and sacrifice she never knew existed, and the aftermath of a war to save humanity thousands of years ago. Soon she finds herself relentlessly stalked by Sebastian, a beautiful and arrogant Watcher Angel and romantically pursued by his darkly seductive rival, Draven. Ultimately, dubious about her own goodness, Candra’s very existence compromises a tentative peace in the city of Acheron.


This book defiantly surprised me, I thought it was going to be like every other Fallen Angel book that I have read lately, but I was so wrong.  

Carol Oates gives her readers a Angel story that isn't easily predicted and I love the sytle she tells this story with.  She takes an amazingly thought out plot and mixes in well developed characters that are very complicated to complete her story.  

I really enjoyed reading this book and would defiantly recommend it to any Angel book readers.   I loved how different this book was compared to all the other angel books and that is what mainly drew me into it.  I love how detailed the author is when telling the story and it helps paint the picture and bring the characters to life inside the pages. 


Plot: 19/20
Writing: 20/20
Creativity: 17/20
Characters: 20/20
Ending: 8/10
Cover: 10/10   

94 out of 100 = 4 Puppy Rating  

(I was given this book for my honest review and also for this blog tour.)


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