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- Language: English
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Dark Creations: Gabriel Rising (Part 1) Kindle Edition
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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.
I would recommend this book, it was enjoyable and if possible I would prefer to give 3.5 stars then 3.
The plot moves way, way, way too fast, and could be slowed down and built up with more tension to make a longer, and better, book.
An innocent, virgin girl has a bad experience with the school's biggest player, is frightfully upset, and about twelve hours later seems to be completely over the incident, and is suddenly drooling over the new hot boy in school.
Seems at times as though the author forgot the girl was supposed to be innocent and naive.
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