Dezirah Volume 1

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The plight to survive in a world ravaged by a supernatural war, as told from different points of view of Alexa, Nikki, and Jaiden. The world is suddenly thrown into a World War III like no one imagined. Supernatural beings break their one thousand five hundred year old treaty to stay hidden from human knowledge. The new generations and some nostalgic individuals decide to rule the world. More
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  • Series: Dezirah
  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
  • Words: 212,740
  • Box Set: Yes
  • Language: Canadian English
  • ISBN: 9781310735769
About Jacey K Dew

Jacey K Dew is a stay at home mom living in Edmonton whom writes stories in her spare time. Jacey has always had a passion for reading; one that has transitioned into a love for creating stories. Her main series, Dezirah, takes place in a post apocalyptic world.

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About the Series: Dezirah
A millennium and a half ago, supernatural beings signed a treaty to disappear. The general public was told they were wiped out, and over time their existence became stories, myths, legends, fairy tale, fable, and movie plot.

New generations and some nostalgic individuals decide to take back their place in society. They will chant Dezirah as they revolt against the humans.

Supernatural beings throw the world into World War III like no one imagines. A supernatural revolution now threatens life as humans know it.

The plight to survive in a world ravaged by a supernatural war, as told from the view of three souls.

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Bitzee reviewed on March 29, 2020

Absolutely amazing!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
John C Adams reviewed on Jan. 10, 2020

I love a good dystopian novel and when the cause of the breakdown in the everyday social order of things is supernatural in origin, you can count me in.

Each book in this trilogy is told from the point of view of a different character, an idea I liked very much. I always appreciate fiction that focuses in on specific character's emotional challenges as well as following a narrative arc with plenty of action. Here, it's Alexa who's torn between her vampire boyfriend and loyalty to humankind. Love makes you throw aside all other considerations and the conflict was very tense, in addition to the challenges of surviving in a post-apocalyptic universe.

The book is told in the first person, which is always a brave choice when there's a long and complex story to be told, but it works here and the benefit is the emotional intimacy the reader receives from Alexa telling her own story. It's also told in the present tense, which I don't always go for in a novel but here it worked because it added a sense of immediacy to the narrative, appropriate in a novel with plenty of action.
(reviewed 48 days after purchase)

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