The Awakening: Chloe Saunders is on the Run and Raising Hell, Literally - Kelley Armstrong Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841497118 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Kelley Armstrong / Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2009-05-04 by Orbit
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by - written on 20/08/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Book 2 of a trilogy. The Summoning is Book 1 and The Reakoning is Book 3. The basic storyline folows a teenage girl who is discovering that she has supernatural powers. In this book, we get to know her a bit better, having had the set up of the world, who's who and what's what in the first book. We get to see how she starts to fall in love - and personally i was turning pages frustrated that she didn't just get on and kiss him, but it is a well mastered plot that frustrates you enough to want to keep reading (spoiler - they get there in the end!). Unlike the Twilight Saga, it is obvious that our young Chloe likes the Werewolf!! As i recommended in my review of The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The Awakening - Kelley Armstrong Please note that this is the second book in Kelley Armstrong's 'Darkest Powers' trilogy (the third book due out in May 2010). I also have a review up for the first book of the series, The Summoning. The biggest problem with writing a review about the second book of a trilogy is that it is difficult to stay away from spoilers on the first book but still give you an insight on the second book. I will attempt not to give away any huge spoilers for either book within this review whilst allowing you to see whether you think it is worth the read. Of course, if you have read the first book then if you are like me, you ... Read the complete review
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