Sunday, June 14, 2015

The Forsaken Book Review



"Her mother is dead, her home is destroyed. Gwenevere flees into the forest in the dead of winter and stumbles into the human world. Unable to speak their language, but capable of reading their thoughts, Gwen acclimates quickly. Meanwhile she discovers that her native tongue is magical, giving her the power to control the world around her. Seeking the answers to her identity and her forgotten past, orphaned Gwen runs off in search of her own kind. Her dark gifts bring to light horrible truths, the discovery of which forces Gwen to make a fatal decision. The only thing that is certain, her life is about to take a drastic turn - there is no going back from murder."

I wasn't sure how I would like this book at first, but I was surprised at how easy it was when I read it, to read. It read easily and quickly, kept my attention, and didn't give away anything until the turn by turn page of each new plot.

People can learn from this book, it's for a wide audience not just one type of person who generally likes this genre. It should appeal to most people.

A good read!

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