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I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Review: Shadow of the Sun by Laura Kreitzer



Shadow of the Sun by Laura Kreitzer






My rating:
 
This book is one you don`t want to miss! 




















Synopsis:


Gabriella’s past is a mystery, but that never stopped her from achieving her goals. As a supernatural specialist, and far more intelligent than anyone her age, she has always been ignored by her peers. Because of the isolation she has always felt, she put her life and soul into her job. Being a supernatural specialist hasn’t given her the divine intervention she always longed for, until one day a shipment arrives from Italy containing three dead bodies with an uncanny ability to regenerate. Gabriella is frightened and intrigued, but not as scared as she becomes when a dark creature attacks her.
As the bodies come back to life, the plot takes an unexpected twist that you won’t see coming. The supernatural world only begins to unfold before her as angels appear, her dreams start to haunt her, and the very past she has forgotten comes back with startling clarity. Romance blooms, escape plans are made, an assassin is out to kill her, and death is only around the corner. But what is more terrifying than all of it is the fact she is the chosen one, the Illuminator, the one who will save them all.


My Thoughts:


Shadow of the Sun is the first novel in the Timeless series by Laura Kreitzer. I'm new to Laura's books, but I really enjoyed this book.


I wasn't sure if I'd like it or not, but I'm glad I read it. When I heard Laura Kreitzer was a self-published author, I actually wanted to read it more. I love supporting the self published.


Shadow of the Sun was an interesting and fun read. This book had great suspense, romance and an interesting plot. Gabrielle is an amazing character to read. She is strong, intelligent, and fun to read. She could be a bit of a b***h, but she wasn't an annoying character. I also loved Aiden's character. I felt Gabriella's emotions to him just as much as she did, and I loved it! To choose between Andrew and Aiden is hard, I don't want to, so I won't! Ha ha!


This novel had great emotion and great characters. It's one of those books that are very easy to visualize in your head, and easy to get attached to. I really enjoed it, and would recoomend it!



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1 comments:

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Glad to hear you enjoyed this read. I have it on my want list, but have to get it yet. :) Thanks! This is a great reminder for me of the book.

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