Monday, June 18, 2012

Sponsored review: Nekhet by David Mayer

NekhetTitle: Nekhet
Author: David Mayer
Genre: Paranormal Young adult.
Part of a series: Yes, Dreamline #2
Length: 360 pages.
Release Date: 6 April 2012
To buy: Nekhet for Kindle
To buy: Nekhet for Nook

In Nekhet, the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Reswyt, Sabine Jahn’s finally asleep – and finding that things in the dreaming realm have changed for the worse. The war has settled into an uneasy stalemate, with the Jager now in a defensive posture behind the great chasm created by Brummbar to protect them from the Queen’s armies. Dylan, now among the horses, finds their mysterious leader steadfastly unwilling to enter into the conflict on either side – and without their aid, the Jager are unable to break out from their positions.

Suspecting that the Queen’s Artifex is designing even more destructive weapons for the Queen’s army, Dylan encourages Sabine to remove him from the Queen's employ by any means necessary. But while Sabine, Josh, and Dylan join forces to awaken the Queen’s Artifex, Sabine is unaware that one of the Queen’s agents is hunting her here on Earth – setting up a breathtaking race against time that will keep readers turning pages to the very end.

My review

After reading book 1 I had no choice really but to read this one. Book 1 had me hooked and this one had me on the edge of me seat hoping and praying that I would get the ending I wanted for Sabine. This book takes up where we left off in book 1 and where book one swept you along this one drags you kicking and screaming as all the threads of the story start to merge and come together.
I loved that I found myself thinking of these characters as real people and I have to say the author does a great job at making these people stand out and draws you in so you buy what’s going on 100%. The depth of these characters is more indicative of a book written for an older audience and I think that is what gives this book such a big appeal and what makes the writing stand out as exceptional. The character growth and plot progression keeps the story flowing and you find yourself not wanting to the book down because you just have to know what happens next. I have to say something about the romance between the two main characters, it didn’t over shadow the action, there was a level of maturity there that just made it part of the tapestry of the story and this allowed us to enjoy all aspects of this book and I for one can’t wait for book 3 and I will be telling all my friends because this book is not to be missed.

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  1. Sounds like the author knows how to really get you invested in the story! Sounds like a good read!

  2. I love stories that leave you excited for the next book!

  3. Need to read the first one, but sounds interesting. Thanks for the review.


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