My favorite parts in this collection were the interactions between Devin (Adrienne's brother) and Kira. Forget about their father's plans for them. IMy favorite parts in this collection were the interactions between Devin (Adrienne's brother) and Kira. Forget about their father's plans for them. I want to see further development of their relationship into friendship (and perhaps romantic love later). Devin may not be his dad's idea of what a man should be, but he has some good skills of his own. I hope he sees his mistake in underestimating Devin.
It was nice to see another sister of Adrienne's, Angoisse. I'd say they saved each other; it was good they interacted. On their way to Angoisse's castle Adrienne and Bedelia encounter goblins. That was pretty funny. 'Let the massacre begin.' Don't worry it's not gory or scary just read it and find out yourself.
Received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.
I liked Ragesong: Awakening. I was not too sure what to expect, but I knew that it waReceived a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.
I liked Ragesong: Awakening. I was not too sure what to expect, but I knew that it was going to have adventure and was in the fantasy genre. It also had a realistic setting, a small bit of romance and danger. The main character is Jake. He is amiable and a gamer. There is also Sam (samantha) who is reserved, but later on their adventure in Fermicia she becomes less so and is more mature than Jake. Joraus and Swyf are their guides on their journey. They can be playful and serious given the appropriate situations.
This is the first book in a series. It introduces the antagonist(s), the main characters and the world of Fermicia. There is trouble in Fermicia. Jake and Sam go through some peril, which forces them to act much differently than they would in their own world. Mainly the story is told from Jake's point of view. His feelings were believable to me. He struggles and matures a bit. The reader learns too about Ragesong along the way. I definitely want to know what happens next, in book two....more