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Title : prodigy blood rune series
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ISBN : 12044675
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 469 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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prodigy blood rune series Reviews

  • Jessica Hansen
    2019-02-24 06:34

    Reading Prodigy was like dating the senior quarterback. You seem to be in heaven, can't believe it's happening, then you find him behind the Snac-Shack making our with Cindy Nelson....epic fail!Ok, I'm not going to sugar-coat this, but I feel like I was dropped from a 80 storey building 3/4 of the way thru. I was falling in L-O-V-E with this book, the characters & the plot! Then boom, it's like a completely different author took over. I'm getting ahead of myself, so let's go back to the beginning....Susan knows that she's different, she's seeing things differently then she use to & is starting to drift from her best friend. (who's a complete & utter biotch!) When she runs into Alrek, a gorgeous stranger with a hot little accent, she sudden feels a pull to him that she's never felt. Susan knows that there is something different about him, especially after saving her life and he suddenly appearing in her room out of thin air! With a million questions running through her head, Alrek wisks a confused Susan away to an ancient rune school half way across the globe to give her the answers she needs. It's then that she suddenly realizes what is held inside of her. With the pressure of the world on her shoulders, a crazy villain who will stop at nothing to get her & this instant hot attraction to Alrek that she feels, there's no telling what will happen.*SPOILER ALERT*So I'm gonna sum this next phase up as quickly as possible (or else I'll be gushing all day). Basically from this point enters a jilted ex-fiance, a best friend and James, an old class mate of Alreks. After encountering destruction like no other, courtesy of our seriously demented villain, Susan is left with no other option the to turn to James for help. Then from left field, a MASSIVE twist that leaves you blindsided, and suddenly Susan feels the need to go back to her home town to lure the evil villain there. Which I agree with, because she's on her home turf & whatnot, but when she suddenly decides that her & James should get jobs and enroll in high school, I was lost. This section of the book was completely off, drug-out and things, like certain emotions, felt forced. Magic that they were unable or was difficult to do is suddenly at their finger didn't sit right. Yes, I did finish the book, but I just wanted it to stay on track and turn out to be a kickass book. (I am in NO way bashing the author, because he obviously created something that made me care enough to have an opinion like this)2/5

  • Jessica
    2019-03-01 07:39

    I would actually give it 2 1/2 stars.When I read what this book was about I was so excited to read it, but once I got about 2 or 3 chapters into it, I started to struggle with it. For me the relationship started off way to fast and wasn't believable at all. It was hard for me to get through the rest of the book never feeling like it was real at all. I will say that the plot was very creative which was what kept me going instead of the relationship aspect of it, when usually it's the other way around. Actually the book started looking up for me when the male interest wasn't around. I started to get more into the book from the middle up to the end. But though I was happy with the ending, again it felt like some of things that happened wouldn't normally happen, and it didn't seem real. I was pleased with how it ended, it just left me wanting more. I felt like the author just rushed through it, to get it over with. When it could have really used a couple of more pages to explain things a little better.

  • Misty
    2019-03-05 04:48

    Quit at 46%

  • B. Mcmurray
    2019-02-23 02:25