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Inescapable (The Premonition Series Book 1) by [Bartol, Amy A]
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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 77 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,342 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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As per most of my kindle findings, I was making my way through the list of amazon kindle recommendations and I found Inescapable. And what a finding I made!

I was initially introduced to the lovely and normal Evie. Just your average freshman starting college, wanting to fit in, experience new things, make new friends and who knows maybe meet someone. It wasn't long until I discovered that she got a little more than she gambled for!

Not long after her start to the freshman college year, Reed Wellington becomes antagonistically interested in her and her immediate departure from Crestwood's campus. Initially I thought "here we go, he doesn't want her around but actually he does yada yada yada". But no. He actually wants her gone!!! After a couple of chapters Reed's determination to get Evie well and truly gone kept increasing. Only matched by my determination to find out where Amy A. Bartol was going with this. And I can assure you that although she eventually lay her plot cards down (most of them anyway) she did it very slowly and very carefully.

Reed was gorgeously mysterious until the very end, and even then he has taken a lot of secrets with him to Amy A. Bartol's sequel Intuition. Although as the story develops we get to know him, he appears to not know as much about himself as he thought until he met Evie. This only adding to the mystery of the plot.

The other characters that Evie soon came to meet and become friends with were all so different and vibrant, that I felt like I was looking at a canvas. All different colours, but all working so well together to depict a intriguing story.

Aside from well structured characters who I very much came to like, I also really enjoyed the flow of the narration.
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Read this within a couple of days, couldn't put it down and I'm now looking forward to reading the entire series!

I love these kinds of books but I find most of them to be very easy reading as they're clearly aimed for teens. However as the writing in this one is more sophisticated I had to put a bit of thought into it - the only drawbacks being that I found the conversations to be a bit too formal for the age of the characters and the character relationships slightly full on to start with (though it does make sense after reading for a while).

On to the next book in the series!
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Having read the Kricket series twice in a week and waiting for the third book I thought I would try this series. I have never dabbled in this genre before, favouring books written about the world wars and history and books written by Lesley Pearce and Santa Montafiore. I was very surprised to find I could not put these books down. I read all four in the series in under a week. Just like the Kricket series this series has captured my imagination and though I have read that these are for young adults I have to say that I am a good deal older than that. I think that this will appeal to anyone whose imagination can envisage such fantasies. Can`t wait for the 5th book in this series Inequity and the 3rd in Kricket series . Darken the Sky
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Well I'll start by saying that I liked the concept and the narrative was very well written; great descriptions and the action scenes were pretty gripping and it was a fairly interesting premise about good and evil even though it was a little black and white all things considered.
What I really didn't like were the characters who all seem very superficial, there's no real depth to any of them and I just didn't understand why the main character was interested in either of her love interests. That's just how I feel anyway, it could just be me being cynical.
I was fairly bored throughout the book with the exception of a few interesting moments but I found myself rolling my eyes a lot when it became apparent that every character even those trying to kill the main character find time to stop and admire her. Everyone finds some bizarre excuse to tell her she's smart, beautiful and completely fascinating at least that was my impression anyway.
I don't mean to be harsh; I will definitely find another of this author's books to read since there was definitely some golden bits of writing but I won't go on with this series. Sorry.
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