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Saven Denial: The Saven Series Novella #2.5 by [Davis, Siobhan]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3278 KB
  • Print Length: 113 pages
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  • 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: 4.6 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,470 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Saven Denial is a wonderfully intense novella, gripping the reader with jam-packed with tension and jaw-dropping revelations. With each page rolling effortlessly onto the next, it easily meets and surpasses Siobhan Davis’ usual excellent writing standard. Whilst providing some answers to what we’ve all been wondering, this book will also leave many questions behind.
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.
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The ending of book two left my insides twisted into all sorts of odd shapes due to the anticipation. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that I jumped at my advance read of Denial as soon as it appeared on my Kindle. I needed answers, and I needed them as soon as I could get my hands on them.

It is safe to say, I was not disappointed by this one. It is short and sweet, continuing things on whilst also leaving me ready for more. I have so many new questions, there are so many things I want – no, need – to know.

I’ll start with a little disclaimer. I have this insane love-hate relationship with series novellas. Due to them being so short, I generally find it much harder to reach a high level of enjoyment. I need everything to hit me at once, otherwise I feel as though I have read empty space. Through this, it is rare for me to give high ratings to such reads. I can think of but a handful of stories that managed to pulled real emotion out of me in a small number of pages. Fortunately, this is one of those reads. This one does everything a short story – any story – should do.

Continuing on where Disclosure ended, Denial helps us to deal with all those post cliff-hanger questions. What happens next? What did the events in book two mean? What had brought about the events? There are many ‘what’ questions that need answering, and this story works to answer them.

At this point, I should make an important notice. If you wish to read the entire series, you need to read this novella. This is not something you can overlook. The events in this novella are extremely important for the continuance of the series.

Extremely important – I hear you scream. Just how important? In all honesty, the use of ‘extremely’ probably plays it down a bit.
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I was given this book in return for an honest review.

After the last books cliff hanger ending I couldn't wait to read this. Thanks Siobhan for the advanced copy in return for an honest review.

I totally loved this novella, oh how I wished it could have been longer! I was hooked from the first page. A rollercoaster of a read, ups, downs, upsidedowns, I get thrown to the left then to the right, just when I'm totally engrossed it stops dead, end of the track with a sheer drop in front of me. An almighty cliffhanger that has my heart jumping out of my chest and into the palm of my hand.

I NEED to know what happens next, I feel lost. I know where I want this book to go, actually I don't because of the new male character. He is a spanner in the works. I can't wait for the next book to see where Siobhan takes it.

And I thought I knew where it was going with Sadie but I was so wrong.

I was a little perplexed with the time travel, however I think I have my head around it. Time travel can be mind boggling, but I think I have it pretty much sussed. In a fantasy novel anything is possible, all you need is a creative imagination.

As I said earlier it's a rollercoaster ride, fast and furious with curveballs coming from every direction.

A fantastic read.

5 stars.
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I received this book free for review, however all opinions are my own and I am completely unbiased.

Saven Denial is the tie-in novella to the Saven series. It is a mandatory read before the third book, but it is pretty short at less than 100 pages so it isn't a long read. It always picks up right at the end of the cliffhanger on Saven: Disclosure, so you get to read on exactly from where you left off.
I tend to write a non spoiler reviews, so I don't really want to say much that happened in this novel in order for you guys not to get spoiled for the first few books, but I have reviews on them as well which you can go read.

Once again this book was really well written alongside the rest of the series. It was mega interesting, so I wanted to keep reading. The plot was great and there really wasn't a wasted word in such a compact novella. Siobhan really has a knack for amazing yet annoying cliffhangers, therefore always making me want to read the next book ASAP.

I don't think I am very much interested in the character Axton. He seems nice but desperate and I much prefer Logan.
I liked Alinka, even though she was an antagonist in this, I liked her and understood her pretty well. I hope that we get to see her in more of the books, as well as hearing more of her plot line.
I quite liked Sadie in this novel also, she was really good and 3D as a character as per usual.

I love working with Siobhan and she is a lovely person who writes brilliant books. I would seriously recommend her novels to anyone who enjoys fantasy and paranormal romance fiction.
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