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Electric Storm (A Raven Investigations Novel Book 1) by [Brutger, Stacey]
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3.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 864 KB
  • Print Length: 342 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Stacey Brutger (6 April 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007SBTUB4
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #143,279 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I liked this book, the overall mystery of the story was a who/why did it and the book covered that well with some intriguing plot points. I liked the character of Raven, she was intriguing and I would like to know more about the labs she came from and what was done to her. We get fed a bit of information every now and then which kept me curious and reading on. The other characters were interesting and I liked them a lot, but I did wonder why Raven was surrounded by a cast of men (there were a few token women, one of whom was jealous of Raven's attention!) all of whom were great and well rounded but it did feel like there was a constant menu of men trying to get Raven's attention which did put me off a bit. The other thing that put me off is that I had to keep going back and re reading parts as I didn't understand at first and some of the explanations were very complicated. I constantly felt unsure as to who was supposed to be behaving in what way. We also chopped and changed scenes and points of view rapidly, again leaving me not knowing where I was. The explanations of shifter behaviour in particular still has me confused. But for all that something about the book and the characters kept me reading and thinking about them, there was certainly an undeniable x factor about it. I am going on for the next book to see what that brings.
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Storm of brilliance. Every moment through the book had me riveted, I resented having to leave the story line to do anything, missed a lot of sleep. Wanted Raven to have multiple lovers within her new pack, but suspect there will be a lot more angst and mental flagellation from her preventing it.
Bought the next book before writing this review, I,m hooked on Stacey Brutger.
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I'm still sitting on the fence about this book. I was hooked from the first page and yet the writing style and quality was headache inducing. I still find it hard to believe that I purchased Electric Storm after struggling through the free sample. But I did and I'm still tempted to buy the second book in this series. Raven is a little tough to understand but she has me curious about her life. I like how the information is trickled out bit by bit throughout, I just wish it was a little easier to follow at times. I'm unsure where all the sexual tension is leading and a little concerned about Taggert after Raven considering him a boy early on. It seems a little creepy do we even know his age?
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This grabs your interest from the start, sets up an interesting heroine and introduces some novel group dynamics, but I have a few gripes as well:
There are a lot of (mostly male) characters introduced quite quickly, and I slightly lost track of who was who at times;
There are long conversations between two or three people that are just speech, and several times I lost track of who's talking, so had to go back and try to trace who's saying what.
There are a few disjointed jumps where things happen almost out of sequence, or with what feels like a paragraph or two missing - these pulled me out of the reading flow, and sent me back a page or two to see what I'm missed.
There are the things you think, aha, this is going to be important, or, that's a neat idea, that then vanish never to reappear.

So I found I was backtracking a lot to work out who someone was, or who was speaking, or how something happened. I was also confused at times over the group dynamics.

But, all that said, I didn't give up, am re-reading it to see if it works better second time around, am interested enough to track down book 2, Electric Moon (A Raven Investigations Novel), and see potential here. I think this is the author's first published work, and it reads that way - it'll be interesting to see how book two goes.
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Am a fan of paranormal books but the genre is getting a bit overwhelmed by new not so good books..so this was a pleasant surprise. Excellent characters, twisty plot and a new take on the genre all add up to a really good read.
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