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The vampires are coming. And after some angelic inspiration, the witches are willing to fight. But Ana, now in complete possession of her. The vampires are coming. And after some angelic inspiration, the witches are willing to fight. But Ana, now in complete possession of her memories, recieves a . Brown Eyes (Book Two, The Forever Trilogy). Home · Brown The Brown Fairy Book · Read more The Templar Knight: Book Two of the Crusades Trilogy.
I kept reading these books partially because I was hoping reading further would clarify some of the confusion. There was a lot going on and not First, I have to say I read all 3 books in the series and am probably rating them as a whole rather than individually. There was a lot going on and not all the plot or sub-plot lines made sense to me until I looked back. It was almost filled with too much. Some of the story line was common at first with very unexpected twists.
I couldn't really predict what was going to happen, and when I thought I could, I didn't have a great amount of certainty. This is a good thing in my opinion because there is nothing worse to me than a totally predictable ending. It kept me reading to see how it would play out but was sort of a roller-coaster ride.
There were a lot of great moments intermixed with times when it was rather slow getting to the point. The author did a great job with the characters. For example, the young girl acted like a, well, young girl. I suppose it isn't fair of me to lower my rating because I get annoyed with teens who act like teens, especially teen girls With that said, the fact that I did like something I normally wouldn't care too much for says a lot to me.
Therefore, I rounded up my rating on the first book because I think it's very much worth reading to find out for yourself. If you like the first, you will love the next two as well. You won't want to stop until you get the whole story. Apr 06, Jeanine rated it liked it. I am kind of blown away by Grey Eyes. I began reading this novel with heavy skepticism, thinking that it would be much like many of the other self-published novels floating around out there-- under-developed and heavily flawed It was nothing short of amazing with a storyline that is seriously unique, which is a feat in itself.
I have to say, the ratings and reviews Grey Eyes has recieved is widely misleading. I divide my reading time between Indie and Mainstream, and this novel I am kind of blown away by Grey Eyes. The Wild Child: Two sisters, poles apart, must unite to face the troubles ahead.
I divide my reading time between Indie and Mainstream, and this novel is top-notch by Indie standards-- yes, I judge the two differently!
Anyway, the point is: Grey Eyes is an amazing novel that deserves recognition! Readers need to give props where they are due!
Grey Eyes begins with a social-deprived teen, Anastasia, finding out that she is more than just a girl on the worst side of poverty with a mom that is borderline manic. Tragedy strikes early on, forcing Ana into a life she could only ever dream of while moving from town-to-town with her mother.
Ana's life has become a fairytale, complete with two beautiful boys-- one who captures her heart and the other who she has gifted her soul. But this is no run-of-the-mill love triangle and Ana is more than what she is percieved to be Grey Eyes is worth much more than it is selling for, and more importantly, the series is worth your time.
Give it a try; you will not be disappointed. Apr 23, Jesi rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. If you are a Twilight fan you will love this series. Ana is a girl two months from her sixteenth birthday who has been on the run with her mom for longer than she remembers.
She starts as a normal girl with her first friend she calls Jaz by the end of the first chapter her mother is believed to be dead and she's running from the strange man who attacked. A young boy, Nathan, meets her in the clearing and soon informs her that not only is she a witch but she is a princess of them and a vampire wa If you are a Twilight fan you will love this series.
A young boy, Nathan, meets her in the clearing and soon informs her that not only is she a witch but she is a princess of them and a vampire was what killed her mother. He and his grandfather, head of the Guardians, take her to Brighton Maine where she is now royalty in the witch world. Soon she makes a love interest names Darren and a mysterious person starts leaving her pieces of her aunt's diary on her bed, talking about a boy she loved. Not far in the story she finds out what her affinity with magic is "unnatural magic" or conjurer.
She finds her mysterious visitor is another vampire, Tristan, who loved her in all her former lives, including the one where she was her own aunt. He tells her there is a "bad thing" that keeps them from being together. Finally, we find out what the bad thing is: This life is her very last time. I give it three stars because of the confusing turns in the story and the fact that she keeps changing her mind between her "soul mate" Tristan and Darren, her new love in this life.
Jun 10, Kate Givans rated it it was ok.
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Grey eyes was one of those books that I hated to love…or loved to hate. The story is beautiful, and there are a lot of wonderful twists and turns, although not all of them completely believable at first. The love story in it, alone, was enough to captivate me.
Add in a history of witches, vampires and angels and you have some of my favorite novel elements. I also felt that the author knew her characters very well and helped give me a glimpse of who they were. Unfortuna Grey eyes was one of those books that I hated to love…or loved to hate. Unfortunately, I was left very disappointed by Grey eyes. Because some of the twists and turns teetered on the edge of unbelievable, I felt a little thrown out of the book.
Typos and errors were found on nearly every page, which only further added to my frustration. To find out why, check out my review for the sequel to Grey Eyes, Brown Eyes. May 11, Hope York rated it it was ok Shelves: The plot is good up to the part were she's not just a witch reicarnated but an angel.
Pretty much lost me after that. Fortunatley that was at the end of the book. I hated how shallow and wimpy Ana was. She was proud of herself for yelling at her grandmother The love triangle is not as deep as I thought it would be.
Tristan makes her mad so she decides to give Darren a chance? Not to impressed with this one. Apr 11, Shelli rated it it was ok Shelves: I read this as a quick plane ride source of entertainment.
It did start out that way. However, became increasingly ridiculous. I now realize it was almost completely unoriginal.
A not very good rewrite of another more popular story. Apr 21, Erik rated it it was ok. It's a page turner that sucked me right in, it is an interesting take on witches, vampires and spoiler alert angels, but I feel stupid for having read it.
I read all three, I had to know the ending, but after knowing the ending kind of wish I'd saved the money. A character strength of Ana is bravery even though the vampires are hunting her she still is able to fight back.
She is also scared but still listens to her guardians even if she is afraid.
Jan 01, Angela Fristoe rated it liked it Shelves: I'm trying right now to focus on my review, but my eyes keep straying to the blurb. The extremely long blurb. There's a definite problem if you can't sum up your plot in two paragraphs. With Grey Eyes it wasn't so much that the plot was overly complex or even lacking an interesting concept. Witches at war with vampires seemed pretty interesting, especially considering who Ana turns out to be.
It was just too much of, well, everything. The story starts off with some great action and mystery. Then I'm trying right now to focus on my review, but my eyes keep straying to the blurb. Then it shifts into a love triangle that just seems too forced.
Ana discovers she's some kind of witch royalty, a princess of course and she immediately draws the attention of the hottest guy at school, all while having a secret relationship with a hot vampire. She's rich, has someone to turn her into a beautiful princess and even has a bunch of parties where she is the center of attention even her mother's birthday party is all about Ana. It all became a bit too eye rolling worthy. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.
The Forever Trilogy Series by cover. Series description. How do series work? Helpers bismarckfairy 4 , supersidvicious 4. Basically An OMG! Basically Ana and her mother have been on the run since she was a baby, only her mother won't tell her why they're running.
Eventually, the thing they're running from catches up with them, and Ana's mom get's killed. She runs away but gets found by her guardians, who have kept their distance so that she and her mother don't know that they're watching them.
They tell her that she's royalty, and take her home to Brighton, MA. That's where the witches are. On her first night there she gets a visit from a mysterious stranger, who leaves a diary entry on her pillow. It's was written by her aunt, and as she begins to read it she finds that she can remember the boy it's about. Meanwhile, she meets a young guardian at her welcome party who she starts to like as well. As the story progresses, Ana begins to remember things from before her lifetime.
All things dealing with the boy. Eventually, it comes down to the boy from this lifetimes vs. She's put into the impossible situation of having to choose which one lives and which one dies. Good stuff!