- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 4912 KB
- Print Length: 280 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: J. Ellington Ashton Press (10 Mar. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CUMUZI2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,117,961 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Hunted Tribe: Book 1: Declaration of War Kindle Edition
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I don't believe in giving away any of a book's storyline when reviewing so I won't.
This book is very well written, the author has the talent to engage the reader and bring them into the world of magic, spirits and terror. I'm not used to reading YA, but due to the other characters, this is not the typical YA book and has a little of everything for everyone.
The concept is definitely unique with the use of tribal Native American spirits, combined with the ancient Druids (that I adore so much), you will no doubt enjoy this fantasy tale. The descriptive writing is executed so well, you become entangled in everything the characters are seeing and doing. What I loved most was the cliff-hanger at the end... it makes you want to read the next one to see what happens. Well done. 4.5/5...I just wished for some more blood/deaths(sick, I know)..but it's YA.
I would highly recommend this book, especially for YAs.
But not any more.
Now they have hope.
Now they finally have a slim chance at fighting back.
Sean is your typical dysfunctional teenager. Sent away to his grandmas for messing in witchcraft and possibly even being responsible for causing a fire that nearly burned down his home, he soon discovers he has a much bigger destiny.
For, unbeknownst to him, Sean is an uber-witch - and the only hope his family and ancestors have of fighting the Grishla and finally defeating it once and for all.
If he can only learn how to control his powers first...
The Hunted Tribe: Declaration of war is the first of Roma's books to be released, the first part in a new series, and I have to say, a very impressive debut from Miss Gray.
Quite simply, I couldn't put it down.
The hunted tribe starts with a bang - thrusting us right into the heart of the action as we witness one of Sean's ancestors, back in the past, attempting to flee his nemesis and carry his daughter to safety - and from then on, the pace never lets up for a second.
Even during some of the quieter, more reflective moments of the novel, the threat of the Grishla continually hangs overhead and Roma never lets you forget its presence for a moment.
I really loved this book and found Roma Gray's style of writing to be both highly engaging and addictive. I never wanted this book to end and in fact, if I had one criticism, it is for me that it all co Es to a close just that little bit too soon. Just as things really start to get going, the story stops, and does so with a shock revelation that will no doubt leave you, like me, hungry for more!
I'm hoping Roma gets the next book out in the series quickly because it is painfully obvious from what we see here that there is a much bigger story to tell, and that everything might not be quite as clear cut as it at first appears...
Roma is a great writer, this is a great book, and I look forward to reading more by her in the future.
This is about Sean. His mum thinks he is practicing witch craft because his dad nearly died in a fire. While he can do magic (though he doesn't know it yet) it isn't his fault the fire started, in fact, he saved his dad that night. There is a century old battle going on and a vicious animal spirit is on the hunt. The Grishla cursed Seans family and the tribe they are descendant from and has come to collect. After years of searching for a way to rid the tribe of he Grishla, Sean may be it. He might be their only hope, but he is clueless and the ony people who can train him, seem to turning up dead!!
I have to say that my favourite thing about this book is the lore! The Native Americans are fascinating and their mythology and legends are more so. The author put a lot of work into researching this and it showed. I loved reading about the Grishla and finding out all about it. You add in Druids, witches and magic, and you're definitely onto a winner!! This was well written and developed and I adored it.
Character wise, they were, again, well written and developed. Sean was a typical moody teen who pushes the boundaries. But he is essentially a good kid and has no clue about anything. His mother is horrible and his father is next to useless. I loved that he was sent to his grans!! She was awesome!!
In all, a unique, well crafted story. It captivated me from the start and I need to know what is going to happen next.
I enjoyed Terry F. Self's narration. He was clear and easy to listen to, I just found him a little unenthusiastic! I felt like he could have preformed the book a little better and added some oomph to it. A little more inflection would have worked better!!
I was voluntarily provided this audiobook for free from the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
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From the attack in the first few pages to the comes to soon ending it is one hell of a page Turner.Read more