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Dark Creations: Gabriel Rising (Part 1) [Kindle Edition]

Jennifer Martucci , Christopher Martucci
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)

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Book Description

DARK CREATIONS – A heart-pounding FREE young adult paranormal thrill ride that’s not just for the young, but the young at heart as well! Romance, monsters and plenty of action, DARK CREATIONS has it all!

Read what others have said about DARK CREATIONS:

“I couldn't put it down! This story had me ravenous for more.”
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“From the first page this book got me going, a real page turner.”
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“A clever and compelling story about forbidden love with a thrilling Sci-Fi twist!”
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“Dark Creations is a wonderful read. I would recommend it to anybody who loves romance, and I do think that whoever reads it will be desperately searching for part 2.”
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“I thoroughly enjoyed this book when I read it. It belongs in the genre of paranormal romance and is a definite page turner. Once started, one cannot put it down.”
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When Gabriel James mysteriously appears in seventeen-year-old Melissa Martin’s English class, she is not prepared for what she experiences, how she feels the first time they speak. With otherworldly attractiveness, gallantry, charm and intelligence, he is everything boys her age are not.
But Gabriel has a secret, a dark secret.
His secret threatens to rip them apart and unleash an evil on the world so horrific, humanity will be forever changed.
In this deeply romantic and captivating young adult paranormal romance novel, Gabriel and Melissa will risk everything – their very lives – to guard their love. Together, they will be forced to confront mankind’s darkest creation.

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    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 565 KB
    • Print Length: 140 pages
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00697UWA6
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Word Wise: Enabled
    • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
    • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,131 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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    10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Where do I even start...? 28 Jan. 2013
    Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
    I am glad I did not pay for this.

    I rarely give out harsh reviews as I usually have a fair amount of appreciation for most teen lit (I usually expect some level of immaturity) but this was just too much for me.

    I wrote my own pre review of the first 6 chapters because I was THAT frustrated by the author. I can not express how much I loath a writer who constantly uses complicated words and phrases in an attempt to cover up the fact that she has no decent dialog to share! The dialog was immature and annoyingly 'high school'.

    She is one of the most boring characters I have ever had the displeasure of reading about. She had no qualities which made me relate to her and the author tried to make up for that with crappy 'fart' jokes, which just cheapend the already 'FREE' book even more.

    The author made sure to give us boring, though I'm sure they were intended to be smart, chapters on others view point over and over again! This was done in an attempt to make me, the reader, feel as if there was an actual story line building, THERE WAS NOT.

    Essentially the writer has given us half of an unfinished amateur book which is set over a two day period in which an emotionless robot somehow manages to feel, pathetic, feelings about a boring self absorbed girl. Said girl feels she is unattractive yet still believes she is going to gain a romantic evening with a weird, apparently stunning, boy she has just met... at a forest. We just know where this is going... AND DUN DUN DUUUUN! She is almost raped and in he comes saving the day and then her dad finds out and threatens to kill him then he doesn't then they tell the police and then this thing happened and then something else happens and then it ends.

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    3.0 out of 5 stars "Dark Creations" series book 1 part 1 29 Sept. 2013
    By Book Addict TOP 500 REVIEWER
    Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
    The thoroughly unpleasant Dr Franklin Terzini thinks himself the saviour of mankind with the genetic engineering he has accomplished. He has 2 creations, yet he views only one of them as truly exceptional. His first creation Eugene has DNA spliced with a lion, yet his second Gabriel is incredibly human and beautiful looking. Both young men have superior strength, agility and intelligence, and both supposedly have been created to feel no emotion; however Dr Terzini failed.

    Unknown to Terzini, Eugene harbours great rage and loves to carry out the murders his creator orders. Due to a situation with the Russian mafia, Terzini opts to return to the States. He leaves Eugene to mop up the mess and takes Gabriel with him. His plan is to study Gabriel and watch him integrate into human society before revealing what he is. He bears no emotional ties to Gabriel and views him only as an experiment; a perfect specimen until Gabriel meets a girl named Melissa.

    Joining high school Gabriel is bewildered but finds himself drawn to one particular person; Melissa. She isn't one of the cool kids, but her association with the mouth-watering Gabriel has students stopping and striking up conversations with her.

    I know that Melissa is a teenager, but she acts incredibly stupid at times and as a result finds herself in a dangerous situation before Gabriel swoops in to save the day. The plot maintains a steady pace, but there are moments of violence surrounding Eugene and also a particular scene involving Melissa. This author did create believable characters; I absolutely loathed Terzini and hope he meets a grizzly end. Melissa is a somewhat wishwashy heroine; I much preferred her feisty friend Alexandra and wish she'd played a larger role. Her character completely overwhelmed Melissa in all the scenes she appeared in, and I rather hoped that Gabriel would be drawn to her rather than Melissa.
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    3.0 out of 5 stars It's ok but predictable 27 Jan. 2015
    By Abbie
    Format:Kindle Edition
    I'm not sure what to say... The plot was good and I understood the characters... Apart from Melissa and Gabriel.
    The problem us with Melissa, is that she's a lot like a Disney princess. She waits for her prince to come. It started off ok but by the end, you just wanted her to do something. Every time she was in danger, Gabriel came and saved her. By the end, I'd invented new endings for every drama. This book would be a lot better if the 'saving' was shared out between people, not just Gabriel. I'd like to see Melissa save someone's life.

    Gabriel... I got he was supposed to be smart, handsome, sporty and meant to instantly fall in love. The only thing is, the relationship between him and his 'girlfriend' just doesn't seem lifelike. I got sick and tired of him interfering whenever she got into trouble. I started to sympathise with the bullies and understand why they were calling her names! She didn't seen to say anything useful throughout the book. Just get kidnapped and be rescued and kidnapped again.

    I'm not saying this is a bad book. As I said before, the plot was good and the idea of the story was terrific and lifelike. I'd just say the characterisation needs a bit of work.
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    3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting 14 Jun. 2013
    By Cana
    Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
    The book itself was good. I enjoyed it. The character of Melissa was slightly predictable, she turns down a guy who is a complete idiot. But then decides to meet him n a dark night in the woods and is surprised that she is almost raped!! The book like is aid is interesting. For me, I think this first part is more of an introduction, because you are introduced to Melissa and Gabriel and Eugene. There isn't really a huge storyline in this book, hence why I think it is an introduction. It details their journey and how they meet up ( not Eugene). The thing I really did enjoy was the fact that despite being engineered to have absolutely no human emotion, his creator basically removed who the brain works, his brain actually re-engineers itself and Gabriel starts to experience emotion. For me that is really interesting as I am extremely interested in psychology and how the brain works etc. I have the second part of this to read and I am hoping that the story develops further so that we see why these characters are here.
    I would recommend this book, it was enjoyable and if possible I would prefer to give 3.5 stars then 3.
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