Twin Souls (Nevermore, Book 1)

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Seventeen year old Alexis finds herself on the eve of her eighteenth birthday. What generally means a step into adulthood instead opens its way to a terrifying truth about not only her family, but herself. She comes from a long line of vampire hunters, and her real dad wants her to carry on the family quest. At the same time, she is falling for a new boy at school who has his own secret. More
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About K.A. Poe

K.A. Poe began writing at a very young age and was often praised for her skills even before middle school. She wrote her first full-length novel in 2008 at the age of nineteen. She specializes in fantasy novels, both modern and mythical. She currently resides in the deserts of Arizona with her husband and daughter. Writing has always been her passion.

When she isn't occupied with her family and writing, she enjoys playing games such as Skyrim and Sims 3. You might also find her deeply immersed in a book or drawing random doodles.

She has currently published four novels (Twin Souls, Hybrid, Sacrifice, and Destiny - Books 1-4 of the Nevermore series), as well as Episode One in the Darius series (Short stories). The first novel in her YA Epic Fantasy trilogy - Avarial - will be released in June 2013!

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Review by: Emerson Johns on Dec. 13, 2012 :
I gave this book the old college try of 25 pages...and while I admire the author and her dearest Adam for encouragement and assistance, I wished Adam could have been a bit more critical.

*We first learn the protagonist's father's name completely by chance on page 16 (It's Desmond).
*The main character doesn't need to 'recognize immediately as a volleyball''s a volleyball. Karen could inquire as she 'passed me a volleyball'.
*'We passed a field of feasting bovine.' A cow pasture? It's not a science text.
*Last, nobody 'unexpectedly' puts their hand on a stranger's face without serious attention from the stranger being touched.

Ms. Poe, I'm sorry I couldn't get much past the 25 page mark. I'll give your work 3 stars because I could follow the narrative, and it started becoming intriguing despite odd wording choices and developments that were difficult to believe.
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