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Monday, November 3, 2014

Owlet Review

Owlet (Society of Feathers, #1)
ISBN: 978-1502364326
September 17, 2014
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*I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review*

Iris lost her memories but since dreams of an island and hears voices in her head. She's been ignoring the voices to the best of her ability but cant deny the will to jump out her window and fly. When her dad one morning tells her she is being fled to an island she tells her father about the dreams. To her dismay, it's the same island and the voices in her head have never been so excited for her. Iris has always believed her mother died during childbirth but she will soon find answers her memories have kept from her. Trust and loyalties will be tested as Iris learns of her background.

Overall, for a short book this was a very slow read for me. I was expecting soul or shape shifters but it was nothing like that. The writing was stiff in the beginning that lasted for a good 30% but later started to flow and was easier to read. I felt like some of the main characters were too feminine and hard to believe and take serious. This felt a bit juvenile  but the author did improve with her writing and the story better.

I recommend this read to readers who enjoy a good soul mate quick read.

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1 comment:

  1. This is a shame to hear about this book. Because of its awesome cover and the fact that it has something to do with owls (which I loved) I was wondering if I should pick up this book or not. I'm not sure I will. I don't like slow reads...