Sweet Oblivion (Sweet Series #1)

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Nariella has nothing good in her life, except for her best friend Rydan. When strange phenomena start becoming an every day part of her life because of a mysterious boy, Nari becomes intertwined in a dangerous, secret world that she never could've imagined. Naminé has responsibilities. Duties. But when that suddenly involves carrying out the biggest betrayal against the King, will she succeed? More
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About Bailey Ardisone

Bailey Ardisone was born and raised outside of Chicago, Illinois. She married the love of her life and spends her days submerged in books, movies, music, or art, and loves traveling. Fantasy books and movies have been a huge part of her life, and one of her greatest passions is Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien.

Her sister contributed some of the writing in Sweet Oblivion and Sweet Escape.

Sweet Oblivion is the first installment of a series.

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Reviews of Sweet Oblivion (Sweet Series #1) by Bailey Ardisone

Sarit Dana-Yahalomi reviewed on Aug. 9, 2013

Sweet Oblivion is a fast pace reading. The plot alternates between Nari and Naminé. At times it is confusing, but eventually it will makes sense.

I wanted to love the characters but I could at best like them because they annoyed me. well Nari annoyed me, (Naminé - since we didn't know anything about her I can't say that) - Nari , because her ambivalent self centered feelings - and the kind sense of I am miserable so I am worth it. which lead to frequent tear-fests and back-and-forthness, but I liked the boys in her life - badass hero Mycah Nightly and best friend Rydan. But even Rydan character pissed me of sometimes, maybe because Nari couldn't pull some information out of him and because the like wise non exit trianglelove clues all over the place.

I also had problem with the descriptions like - playing with her chocolate color hair, tears in her purple eyes and such.... ok.... we understand it once there is no need to repeat this every time. It was weird to read that Nari didn't have a social life beside Rydan, but i didn't get this feeling while i was reading the plot itself, it seam that she felt very comfortable in school.

Overall, I liked the idea that it is was presenting and I look forward to what the next book has to offer. I have the feeling that the next can be much better because we don't have to go through all the introductions.
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Darragh8888 reviewed on July 22, 2013

This book is amazing. I couldn't put it down.
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Tammy Elberts reviewed on Jan. 16, 2013

This book is truly amazing. With the smooth and eloquent writing style, I felt every emotion that Nariella and Namine felt. The two stories that are entangled together is absolutely brilliant. It held my attention through the whole story. I read every single word and did not want to skip any of it. There were times when I literally held my breath it was so intense, and other times I cried along with Nari and Namine. I am being very honest, this is a book you WILL want to read. I am anxiously awaiting for the 2nd book, Sweet Escape. Congrats to the Authors...Bailey Ardisone.
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