Ansheniu Rise

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A Magical Metamorphic Tale of Adventure and Friendship. Ansheniu Rise is book one of a fantasy fiction series based on Caribbean and African folklore. More

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About K Kellee

K. Kellee is a freelance writer, author, and poet. Her published books can be found on the websites delectablegoodies.com, lulu.com, Barnes&Noble online, xlibris.com, amazon.com, and ebay. Her latest project is a fantasy fiction series loosely based on Caribbean and African folklore, book one is entitled Ansheniu Rise and book two is entitled Darkened Sunrise.

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Review by: GMTA PUBLISHING on Aug. 24, 2011 :
"ASHENIU RISE" BY K. KELLEE

This story of two best friends raised together from birth, never knowing the truth of who they truly were, forced apart by circumstances beyond their control is a good story. The plot and idea is great, though I felt the story lacked some emotion. When the one friend Amelia, has to fake her death in order to undergo training so she can protect her best friend Jade, who is an inuit, the ordeal didn't seem at all real to me.

The mother's emotion was misplaced and she was almost too detached. The story also seemed to skip back and forth from past to present so that at times it was a bit hard to follow.
Overall, I liked the story but I think it could use a little editing.

The story itself is great there were just a few things that kept me from truly enjoying it.

Still I would encourage those that enjoy a good fantasy with a unique plot to give it a read!

-Kitty Bullard / Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club


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(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: GMTA PUBLISHING on Aug. 24, 2011 :
"ASHENIU RISE" BY K. KELLEE

This story of two best friends raised together from birth, never knowing the truth of who they truly were, forced apart by circumstances beyond their control is a good story. The plot and idea is great, though I felt the story lacked some emotion. When the one friend Amelia, has to fake her death in order to undergo training so she can protect her best friend Jade, who is an inuit, the ordeal didn't seem at all real to me.

The mother's emotion was misplaced and she was almost too detached. The story also seemed to skip back and forth from past to present so that at times it was a bit hard to follow.
Overall, I liked the story but I think it could use a little editing.

The story itself is great there were just a few things that kept me from truly enjoying it.

Still I would encourage those that enjoy a good fantasy with a unique plot to give it a read!

-Kitty Bullard / Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club


Read more: http://www.greatmindsthinkaloud.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=gmta&thread=423#ixzz1VxKrlSMC
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: GMTA PUBLISHING on Aug. 24, 2011 :
"ASHENIU RISE" BY K. KELLEE

This story of two best friends raised together from birth, never knowing the truth of who they truly were, forced apart by circumstances beyond their control is a good story. The plot and idea is great, though I felt the story lacked some emotion. When the one friend Amelia, has to fake her death in order to undergo training so she can protect her best friend Jade, who is an inuit, the ordeal didn't seem at all real to me.

The mother's emotion was misplaced and she was almost too detached. The story also seemed to skip back and forth from past to present so that at times it was a bit hard to follow.
Overall, I liked the story but I think it could use a little editing.

The story itself is great there were just a few things that kept me from truly enjoying it.

Still I would encourage those that enjoy a good fantasy with a unique plot to give it a read!

-Kitty Bullard / Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club


Read more: http://www.greatmindsthinkaloud.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=gmta&thread=423#ixzz1VxKrlSMC
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jane Cook on July 06, 2011 :
To the author: I appreciate the opportunity to sample your book, and I will try again to read it, but please please polish it again - have someone read it aloud to you, you need to hear how awkward the sentences sound. I konw how hard you've worked, and I have no intent to hurt you, but you asked for honest review, and I honestly wasn't able to get past 5 pages, it's that difficult to read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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