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- File Size: 3278 KB
- Print Length: 112 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Siobhan Davis; 1 edition (21 May 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DFX15NE
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- Average Customer Review: 23 customer reviews
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Saven Denial: The Saven Series Novella #2.5 Kindle Edition
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Holy Heck, what just happened?!!
This is one of the best .5 books I've ever read. I usually don't care much for novellas. I've always thought of them as additional information that didn't make it into the novel, or a branch off of the main novels. But this is different. I don't think you can skip this novella and still understand the Saven series.
This was fast-paced. From the moment Sadie reappears on the other side with Griselda we are hit with non-stop revelations. Some you expect; others come out of nowhere. We learn just how far certain alien races will go to destroy the Saven and the nefarious plans that include Sadie.
We meet Axton. He is another boy who is smitten with Sadie. It isn't instalove, although it seems like it. You'll have to read the book to find out why. And we meet Alinka, the girl Sadie burned in Disclosure. She has an axe to grind with Sadie.
The hardest part was the end and another cliffy. Hayden is one of my favorite characters in the series. For him to do what he did, well, things must be pretty jacked up. I have a feeling why, but I'll have to wait until August to find out if I'm right.
Highly recommended, but read books one and two first.
I received an ARC of Saven: Denial in exchange for an honest review.
I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
With quite a small range of characters featuring, only a few of whom are already known, the story benefits from focusing on a fresh new plotline – one that ties perfectly into the main world. The additional characters provide interesting personalities to both aid and manipulate Sadie, heightening the superb drama. We are fully introduced to Griselda (and her vindictive plans), Axton and more, who between them power the action and unravel the secrets within Saven Denial. Every character can be empathised with in some form or other and act understandably, making the whole story appear completely realistic.
The pacing– rapid whilst remaining comprehensive – is the ideal rhythm for such shocking admissions as these. The twists and turns are brilliant and unpredictable, in a plot that develops without being forced at all, evolving naturally. With the writing flowing so well, Saven Denial is a real page-turner for even the least avid reader. The ending, in particular, has a great build-up, and the mounted tension creates a yet another spectacular cliff-hanger for the Saven series.
All new ground is used to set the scene, with fabulous description that immerses the reader in the world until the lines between reality and fiction are wholly blurred. Alongside everything that happens, it feels as if you are there with the characters, feeling their emotions acutely. Saven Denial is truly a must-read, not only for those reading the series, or those who enjoy YA, science fiction, fantasy, dystopian and/or romance novels, but for everyone.
These views expressed are my own, honest and unbiased opinions. I received a free copy of the book in exchange for a truthful review free from subjectivity.
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