“I received this book as an ARC and I’m giving an honest review.”
Dacia Wolf wants NOTHING more than to be a normal girl. Alas! Her life is anything but normal. Fostering a set of powers since her childhood, she’s been seen as a freak her entire life! She has one best friend – Cody who has been her rock for as long as she can remember. When she enters college, she wants to have a chance at a normal life, but will that be possible? Well, no. Why? Because Dacia is a part of a prophecy and she is destined to save the world.
Reading this wonderful Fantasy novel has been a refreshing change for me. I decided to read this book because I am a total sucker for any story that even remotely related to prophecies. Honest to God, I am so glad I got to read this book! If I could, I would give this book 10 out of 5 stars.
The cover of the book is vibrant and beautiful. The title is simple and self explanatory. I loved the way the novel was penned down. The author has managed to bring all her words to life. Despite knowing that this is a Fantasy book, I couldn’t help but wonder what if this was real life?
The book seems to have a lull and from the very beginning, I was completely into the story. The plot was beautiful and the story line was insanely addictive! Everything had a perfect flow and nowhere did I feel that the book was lagging or stretching.
The characters were beautifully penned and well crafted. They seemed real. I loved the characters of Cody and Samantha. Dacia was a bit exasperating with her constant need to become the “selfless hero,” but then again, it was important to depict her that way.
One of the many plus points in the novel was that during the early chapters, the author has given the pronunciation of the main character’s name. This is something I really appreciate.
Other than that, the climax of the book leaves the reader craving for more. If I am being really honest, I can’t get enough of Dacia and her companions and that is the reason why I dug my metaphorical tentacles into the second book as soon as I finished the first one.
I would recommend this book for EVERYONE. Period.
Ps. I may be going out on a limb here, but I really want this book to become a movie!