Absolutely! The story reminds us all that sometimes we paint someone in the present with the experiences of someone from our past without giving them a chance. It has a strong plot with characters that have love, strength and commitment to each other and their cause.
Unsure if I can really compare to anything else I've read where I felt so involved.
The scene where Zoe gets the empowered sword from the King of the Gods, charges and slays the evil god.
It made me proud to have been part (that's how it feels) of a quests with gods where the humans tip the scales to win.
I feel it was because I had read the book and found this like putting meat on the bones.
I'd compare it to "Red Lily" as it pulls you in and you keep looking for the next twist in the plot.
I thought she brought it alive so that you could more clearly see the characters.
I say it was pretty close to wanting to listen to just a few more minutes to see how it would go.
I'd like to think that these characters are like portrayed and living their lives out somewhere.
This book makes you think about the feeling and choices you made when you would younger and how would you view those choices today.
Dana as I could identify with her struggles and goal quest.
When she has to go to Jordan and re-evaluate her decision to end the relationship.
Definitely. I wanted to know how Dana and Jordan worked things through.
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