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Inescapable (The Premonition Series Book 1) by [Bartol, Amy A]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews
Book 1 of 5 in The Premonition Series (5 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1033 KB
  • Print Length: 393 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1461072514
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (27 April 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005JZTP16
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,885 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5 stars!! (I reviewed this as a series but have cut and pasted the relevant excerpts to each book)

Another author recommended this series to me, at the time, I did not know it was a paranormal. Because I trust this author implicitly, I downloaded all 4 books, agreeing that we would buddy read the 4th book. Anyone who knows me, knows I do not read paranormal. I have never quite been able to get into this genre. A few series have caught my attention and I have read them but not to the degree that Amy Bartol did.

To say I loved this series is a serious understatement because I absolutely adore this series. I was captivated from the start and read all 4 books in 3 days, I seriously could not put them down and as soon as one was finished I opened up the next and just carried on.

Inescapable ~ This book is really the foundation to the whole series. It really sets the scene well and you cannot help but connect to all the characters. Evie, I loved this girl, she never really had a sense of belonging, never knew her father and her mother died when she was born so her care was entrusted to her uncle, who was young at the time. As she got older, she more or less became the parent, looking after him and mothering him, but their relationship was close and extremely special. It broke her heart to leave him to come to college. When she arrives at college she knows no-one except a guy that she met once when she visited campus, he sort of takes her under his wing. But is this a good wing or a bad wing?

It is not long before she meets Reed and Russell, yes this is a love triangle of sorts but not your usual, Evie is extremely attracted to Reed, she can sense when he is near, he gives her butterflies but he seems to hate her.
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Inescapable is book #1 in The Premonition Series and the first book I have read by this author.

I read so many ARCs that’s it’s a rare treat to be able to be able to choose a book to read just because I fancy reading it.

I really enjoy PNR but I rarely read any. I find that when they’re good I love them but they can so easily be absolutely rubbish.

I took a chance on Inescapable because I loved how elusive the blurb was, it tells you absolutely nothing but I was so intrigued.

I’m not going to reveal any spoilers so I will just say that although I’ve read books about this paranormal subject before. I’ve never found one that did it in this way.

Amy Bartol drip feeds the reveal so it wasn’t until about 50% in that I had any idea who was what and why.

This book has a gruesome edge to it and some of the premonition scenes were described in all their gory detail.

This book is sort of a love triangle and again for the first half I swung back and forth between Reed and Russell as to who I wanted Evie to be with. I adored Russell and his gentle giant instant connection with Evie. But then I loved the chemical reaction Evie had to Reed!!!

Ahhhh as you can see although I am leaning towards Reed as my favourite I definitely still have a soft spot for Russell as well.

My one and only criticism of this book is that when Reed and Evie are ‘on’ they are a sickeningly sweet couple and for me they were a bit too gushy.

I absolutely adored all of the additional characters Brownie, Buns and Zee were a brilliant kaleidoscope of weirdness that just contributed to making this book great.

I really enjoyed this book, I’ve already one clicked the next two.

Inescapable gets 4 stars from me.
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I'm not sure what to make of this book.
it was a compelling read and very unusual - I really didn't know what was going to happen next. But it was a paranormal story with only a little bit of romance on the side, which wasn't really enough for me.
The only other paranormal books I've ever read was the Twilight series, and while this had some similarities in the themes and the battles of good vs evil, skin that glows, very attractive immortals, super fast running and healing powers, thankfully, this story wasn't about vampires.
It started off like any other NA story as a girl starts as a scholarship student at college with hints of sinister happenings popping up from time to time, but the sinister goings on ramped up until it all exploded into a shocking conclusion. I didn't see the twist coming at all.
I'm not sure whether I want to read the other books in this series. I actually preferred the early part of this story before the paranormal overtook the normal, but that's more a reflection of my tastes than a criticism of the book. Lovers of paranormal fiction will love it.
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I have mixed feelings about this one at the moment. I love paranormal romance stories and I was looking forward to read this one. And even though author had some excellent and original ideas, they were kinda rushed, sometimes not connected in the best way. Probably I have been spoiled by other author's writing recently. But I read it in less than 24 hours, so it must be a good sign, righ? Book was really difficult to put down. Inescapable is deffinitely a pageturner.

The one thing that really frustrated me when reading this book was a love triangle. Yes, another one. It seems like they are in every single YA book these times. At least, this one was not caused by heroine's naivety or indecision, but mostly it was a result of paranormal factor which I do not want to give away.

Evie, the heroine, is straightforward, not shy, able to stand up for herself, 17 years olf girl. I liked her sarcasm, it made this book quite different comparing to other YA paranormal stories I have read. Than there was Reed and Russell. The mysterious one and the friendly one. At the begining I was going for Russell, but once I got to know Reed better, no one else mattered. He was truly a fascinated character and I admired him for his understanding and determination to always do "the right" thing even if it was not for his personal benefit.

Inescapable is only the first out of five books in Premonition series. It has various twists that I definitely never expected at all. And almost nothing was solved in first book which let me eager for next books in series. Hopefully I won't be disappointed in storyline since this series has a potential to be really good one.
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