Intangible (Piercing the Veil, Book 1)

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The first of the "Piercing the Veil" YA Fantasy trilogy. Peter, Lily, and their friends must come to grips with a world of Arthurian legends and shadow creatures they never knew existed before. One of them is the Child of the Prophecy, destined to destroy an ancient evil who calls himself the Shadow Lord. When Peter's father is abducted, they find themselves in a race against time to save him. More
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Words: 111,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9780991185825
About C.A. Gray

C.A. Gray is a Christian, and the author of the YA fantasy PIERCING THE VEIL trilogy,  the dystopian series, THE LIBERTY BOX, and the dystopian UNCANNY VALLEY series. The books are not overtly Christian and not preachy in any way, but they are clean, which seems to be rare these days! :) By day, she is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor (NMD), with a primary care practice in Tucson, AZ. Additionally, she writes medical books under her real name.

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Review by: Cait Bauer on Oct. 15, 2014 :
Received a copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series and are familiar with the Arthurian legend, then you’ll love this book! As a HUGE Potterhead I instantly fell in love with Gray’s style of storytelling—this was a seriously irresistible coming-of-age fantasy adventure! Can’t stress this enough: Harry Potter + Arthurian Legend = AWESOME Sauce!!!

I was slightly busier than usual, so it took me a bit longer to finish. But I thought the pacing was perfect. I was able to pick it up and jump right back into the action. Every time I had to put it down, all I could do was think about how badly I wanted to find out what happened next. You could tell this book was well researched and thought out. Nothing felt rushed. The twists and turns were fun and very surprising. Ms. Gray did a beautiful job of blending the reality and fantasy worlds together and the exposition was handled in an extremely entertaining manner. So often you can get caught up in the tiny details of explaining your world. Gray nailed it.

What was really interesting is that the main characters aren’t all that loveable right off the bat. They’re awkward—a little lost. Anti-heroes of a sort. Particularly Brock and Peter. Realistic! But I just loved seeing each and every one of these characters go through a journey or growth and self-discovery. I felt compelled to root for these kids.
“Intangible” is smart, very well written, and a heap of fun! Very much looking forward to the next installment.

P.S. You have no excuse not to get this book. It’s FREE!
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