"Talented" by Sophie Davis is the first in a series. Set in a futuristic world where a series of natural and human disasters newborns are talented, Natalia, or Tali as everyone calls her is in a training group at the school as one day she wants to go after the man who killed her parents in front of her. This book like most first instalments of a series is setting the scene for the next books and Sophie does a great job at establishing her characters. Definitely a must read - can't wait to read the next book in this series.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story of Erin an how she comes to be the Fire Goddess is wonderful. I couldn't put this book down and finished it in one day and now I can't wait to read more by this author. This is a great paranormal book with a few twists that will have you loving Erin, hating Jessica, feeling sorry for Erin and all she goes thru, and Erin finding her soul mate. This is most definitely a MUST READ FOR EVERYONE!!!! I can't wait to read more from this amazing author.
Sophie Davis has done it again. Blind Barriers is the first in a series of books. It is a short story but a definite must read. Can't wait for the next one in this series. Would highly recommend this book to all
This was a great start to seeing Leeny as a child and the relationship she has with her mother and sister. This was a wonderful short read and I loved it and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series! Would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes stories about witches. Overall a easy read but wish it had been longer
Pawn is a story that makes you sit and wonder why. There were twists to the story right up to the end - it is truly amazing. I thought that I had it figured out, but no was I wrong. Endora or Eel as her friends call her is a likable person and the way the author writes the story you feel like you are right there with her, figuring it out at her speed. I hope that the rest of the trilogy continues along the same lines as this book and that they are released soon! Would I recommend this book to others - yes I would definitely