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The Forever Girl by Rebecca  Hamilton
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Mar 30, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: paranormal

The Forever Girl has been on my to do read list for a month or so. I have about a million on there, so when something jumps out and says buy me buy me nowww!! It means something. I came across the book on a book blog, and was attracted to the cover and the trailer, which were very well produced. The main character, in an dramatic black outfit, had pretty cool style. I also was drawn to the main character Sophia, who in the free sample I read, turned out to be waitress ( a job I've just ended), Wiccan ( a spirituality that I am), and feisty when pressured to convert by random Christians (can relate). I didn't know much about what would happen next, but it sure had a good start.

I had no idea what came next and so I am loath to ruin it for you. Needless to say, if you like magic, rituals, creative configurations of superhuman species, fire, history, and the like, you will like this book. Some of these themes are in my own manuscript, too, which was a cool surprise. I thought the writing was tight, the characters well thought out, the settings described wonderfully. Throughout the novel, sprinklings of elegant narrative grace the page, the moon above was stitched in the sky, a lusty mans 'interest' pressed against Sophia's thigh. Yes, tell me more beautiful things please. Looking forward to book two!

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