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Hidden Hope, Book 3 of the Hidden Saga Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B015VJI49S
- Publisher : Oxford South Press (September 26, 2015)
- Publication date : September 26, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 9034 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 331 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #344,718 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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So, I had to sleep on it before I reviewed this one because I had such mixed feelings. I'm still not sure how I feel about it. I went through probably every emotion, which is the sign of a good story but I just feel like the author writes a book without really thinking of how the next book is going to go and gives you whiplash. In book 2 we watched the relationship between Ryann and Nox grow, without Lad around. I ended up loving them together more and was happy Lad stepped back so it could grow. I feel like Lad is the "safe choice" which to me translates to boring but I know many people love safe. It reminded me of Vampire Diaries Elena's choice between safe reliable Stefan or Damon who loved her absolutely and had his flaws but he brought passion and depth to her life, opened her mind to new things. In this book we find out it was all a lie. It was all a glamour and wasnt real at all on either side and you dont even have time to recover before Nox is off marrying V (whom I don't feel one way or the other about). I guess I feel we shouldn't have had a whole book watching them blossom, maybe half a book and then realize its a glamour so you're not as invested in them. That's really my only complaint with the book but it's a big deal to me in the long run. She does end up back with Lad and everyone is happy for each other and blissful (I do love ryann and nox still have bestie type of banter. Made it lessen the blow a little.) But I was over here like "Excuse me?! I'm still mad over here. Yall cant he happy yet!"
So other than the relationship aspect I obviously dont like, the storyline was solid and interesting. I liked having an actual villain with a face, instead of an in general bad guy. There were lots or twists and turns that began in book 2 and unraveled here. So, while this was probably my least favorite book of the series I did still enjoy it and will be continuing on to book 4.
Big mistake. Huge.
I have gotten zero sleep in the last 3 days. It's 4AM right now and I have just purchased the 5th book to feed my addiction. I am literally unable to put the phone down. I just keep charging it over and over and reading.
I am on the 5th book in 3 days, and I hope the author keeps pumping them out asap!
The story I beautifully written, and is based on the lovely ol' southern ways, which I can attest to.
The characters are well written, there is no perfect person in the entire series (which is refreshing. Because hey, nobody's perfect), the plot is well thought out the ought the entire series, and there are many small connecting pieces that weave a much larger picture throughout the whole thing.
All in all, it's romance, action, fantasy, comedy, and a little sexy here and there.
Fantastic is how I have described it to everyone!
I expected a little more at the end. It was a bit predictable and you essentially knew how it had to end it was just a matter of how it would happen. I felt like there was all this build up with Lad and Ryan and I expected a wedding or bonding at the end and got neither. Especially after all the confusion she had with her relationship with Nox. It just seemed a little disjointed and rushed for that last epilogue and I wanted more. I know it is young adult and there cant be too much but I needed something more than a proposal. Even if it had jumped ahead a year or two to include it.
However, I think the writing is well done, except for one character's development, I love the world she has created, I just think she forced and ending that should t have ever been.
So let me just say that I almost didn't finish the first book, I found so much of it so boring, the only thing that kept my interest was the bits with Nox here and there. I just felt like his character had so much more depth than Lad's. Seriously Lad bores me death. His love for Ryann was never in question for me, it was immaturity of their love. I feel like their whole relationship in the first book was like let's make out and warm and fuzzies with no real depth at all. But there is so much development with her and Nox you see them learn about each other and actually get to know their flaws. I just feel like this does them a total injustice, and plays down a relationship with substance in exchange for high school puppy love. Again I haven't finished this book, but I've gotten a decent ways through it and I find myself totally bored again waiting for more of Nox.