Natalie Hillier


Hi everyone, I am a passionate reader, i have a new blog i just started i hope you will all check it out and follow me, as in return i will follow you as well. I have 2 wonderful kids, love my 2 black cats jake and bubba and a yellow lab, an amazing boyfriend, and purple is my absolutely favorite color :) I am new at this so please bear with me. thank you

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  • Somber Island on June 12, 2011
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    I really didn't know what to expect from this book, but it was set in Newfoundland and the 1800's and sounded really creepy, which of course if right up my alley. I liked the main character Phoebe right away, she was quiet and sweet and in a very bad place in her home life. Her father hated her and treated her as a servant in her own home. Her father sells her to Lord Jacobs and ships her off to Newfoundland, Canada. When Phoebe arrives, things don't seem normal, but to Phoebe she feels she fits right in. She starts getting nightmares that plauge her everynight. In her quest to unravel the reasons for her nightmares and the secrets around her new Master, Phoebe not only uncovers a mystery at her new home, but falls in love with her new employer. It is a wonderful book, I was hoping it would have been much longer as it was just over 100 pages, it had the potential to go much bigger. I didn't want to stop reading, I give it 5 stars for sure, a really easy read and you will enjoy all the characters. It has mystery, suspense, just the right amount of horror, Vampires, Witches, and a love story all in one. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this book to anyone.
  • Paradox - The Angels Are Here (Book 1) on July 29, 2011

    My Thoughts: The definition of Paradox: A seemingly illogical or self-contradictory statement or suggestion, that may, in fact, be very true. As the book opens we are introduced to Abaddon, a handsome man with yellowish eyes, and an extremelly cruel soul and blood that bleeds black, as do all the Grigorians in his family. Siena, his cousin and Theria, his sister. Now we have not yet met his brother Cerebrus who is High Ruler, but he is mentioned quite a bit as Abaddon loathes him and wants everything that is his brothers...even his sister-in-law. A war is in progress, this war is between the the fallen House of the Grigorians and the House of the Bulguardians, in the ancient city of Altair, in Aquila Constellation. We then move onto Grace and the start of her story, Juliette, an angel who starts as the narrator of the story, and Grace, a human child with strange nightmares and angels constantly flocking to her, Hope is one of the first Angels that come to oversee the protection of Grace, and Grace, unaware just thinks Hope is an imaginary friend. Her father is aware of what's going on and is happy to see Hope as Grace has no real friends at school or at home and knows Hope will protect his daughter. After the huge loss of Graces father, Hope is no longer able to help Grace, and along comes Graces second Angel to help her, Angela, and the Police Officer that broke the news about her fathers death to her Mother and to Grace. Now I haven't quite figured out wheither or not if he is an Angel, or something else, Angela knows, but is not revealing yet, I am hoping book 2 will give me more of him as I really like his character. The book flips back and forth from Grace, to the war, and the Grigorians and family, I don't feel it confused me, but you have to read very carefully, it is a read that makes you think outside the box and take a look at what you always thought, or believed in. I love how we get to grow up with Grace, as it starts when she is little and ends off when she is eleven or so years old, and has come to have a great friend in Angela. I laughed out loud in parts at the interaction with Grace and Angela, as Angela is not your everyday average little girl, a little weird at times, but Grace never noticing. I teared up when Grace lost her father, as I also have lost my father, not at such a young age, just 4-years ago so I could relate to her pain and grief. The way Patti described both Grace's grief and Kate's (Grace's Mom) grief it was hard for me to read, it brought up a painful time in my life. While having some questions, I also kept in mind knowing book 2 is on its way soon, and like all good books that have more than one book, all will be revealed in good time, and that is why I am so super excited to read the next book. I absolutely loved this one, I wish it was a bit longer, but knowing more is to come it only has made me anticipate the next book even more. It sets my imagination to wonder, what will be revealed next, will we find out more about the Police Officer, will Angela reveal who he is? Will we figure out why Grace keeps traveling in and out of her body to different times and people? And lets not forget that cliffhanger at the end OMG I closed the book and said to myself, "I have to have more right now" LOL. I love Patti's style of writing, it is a book you have to read slowly and carefully, but only so that you don't miss anything, Patti does such a phenomenal job at describing every detail, and I am dying to figure out how a war 900-years ago revolves around a little girl and her Angel friend. The book is 115 pages, and is an introductory to much more to come, it was meant to give the reader a chance to get to know Grace a bit better, and what a wonderful job Patti did with that. I have to thank Patti for allowing me to read her novella and I would recommend this book to all. It is a superb book and I think you will all enjoy it as much as I did.