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Revealing Hannah by Laura Fedolfi
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it was amazing

This book is fantastic!

Oh yeah, I received Revealing Hannah as a firstreads giveaway.

There are a few typo's in this book, but I don't know if this is the finished product or not. It looks like the proofreader got so engrossed in the story they forgot to watch for mistakes. It happens.

I like it for so many reasons. There is depth to the characters, they surprise me at times. They evolve and grow as the story progresses.

The concept od gods behaving badly is one i've read before, but i've not read a story where (spoiler alert) gods from two different cultures mix it up.

Anyone who has read my reviews knows I don't get all that excited by the "message" of the books I read. I know they all have them, but I prefer they not beat me over the head with preaching their message. Revealing Hannah works well for me in that respect. I'll let you read the book and find the message for yourself.

There is intrigue, both political and psychological, unrequited love (lust), sexual tension, humor (lots of humor) and the lampooning of social convention. This book contains all of these elements, and more, without locking into any one of them as the main vehicle for telling the story.

For me, at times the book is laugh out loud funny. At other times it is heartbreaking. It is great sci-fi fantasy. A true heroine-against-her-will fights gods, demons, social convention, boys, parents and herself to save the world. What more could you want?

I almost forgot. What I like most about this book is... THE ENDING! So many books, especially serials tend to resolve the crisis and end the book. If your lucky you get a one or two paragraph epilogue. Not with Revealing Hannah, the author does a great job of getting the characters home and back into their real lives. As a reader, I feel this is truly finishing the story. Thank you Laura Fedolfi for giving me a satisfying conclusion.

Intelligent, witty and fun. Read this book, you won't be sorry.


Mike
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Reading Progress

May 13, 2015 – Shelved
May 13, 2015 – Shelved as: to-read
July 18, 2015 – Started Reading
July 24, 2015 – Finished Reading

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