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Bitten (eBook)

From dangerous back alleys to the dark, luscious forests of New York State, BITTEN is as exciting and seductive as its heroine: a gripping, silver-bullet-paced thriller with a brilliant supernatural twist. 'It's terrific. The heroine is the most appealing I have come across in ages. It’s clever, quirky, hip and funny. More please!’ - Joanne Harris, author of CHOCOLAT'A hair-raising story for the she-wolf in us all' Shannon Olson, author of WELCOME TO MY PLANET
Author:
Kelley Armstrong
Format:
Adobe DRM ePub
Subtitle:
Women of the Otherworld Series, Book 1

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From dangerous back alleys to the dark, luscious forests of New York State, BITTEN is as exciting and seductive as its heroine: a gripping, silver-bullet-paced thriller with a brilliant supernatural twist. 'It's terrific. The heroine is the most appealing I have come across in ages. It’s clever, quirky, hip and funny. More please!’ - Joanne Harris, author of CHOCOLAT'A hair-raising story for the she-wolf in us all' Shannon Olson, author of WELCOME TO MY PLANET

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Author:
Kelley Armstrong
Imprint:
Little, Brown Book Group
Publisher:
Hachette UK
ISBN:
9780748108596
Series Title:
Otherworld
Language(s):
en
Awards:
Romantic Times BOOKreviews Magazine - Romantic Times Career Achievement Award Nominee

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A Fantastic Werewolf novel

This was one of those books I bought on a whim... I was at the book exchange and I had some credit that I needed to use up before I lost it. I have heard so many good things about Kelley Armstrong so I just added it to my ever increasing TBR pile. I was shocked when I got to the end of the book about discovered that this was Kelley's first novel.. wow really??? It was so well written, if I didn't read it for myself at the end of the book I'm not sure I would have believed it. This book is amazing. It is filled with love, friendship, heartbreak, adventure and fun! If you love werewolf books... this one is for you! Characters & Storyline: 4/5 Kelly creates well rounded and interesting characters. Elena - Elena is an outcast trying to fit into the human world. I like love her to bits. What I loved most about her is that she is not perfect! She is strong, broody and unpredictable. She is not an anti-heroine but she has so many flaws and resists what she thinks doesn't work for her around every bend. She grows throughout the story and I was throwing a party when she realised what she needed to realise without compromising herself - if that makes any sense without giving away any spoilers. There were times when I wanted to smack her over the head when it came to Clay but the journey was worth it. Clay - Clay Clay Clay... Clay is awesome! He is who he is and he feels how he feels and that's it! He is one of those characters that just made the story for me. By the end of it he became my favourite character. He is so devoted to Elena and such a wild card. If I haven't convinced you to read this book... read it to meet Clay. Jeremy, Nick, Antonia, Logan, Peter - (The Pack) - What a beautiful bunch of characters. They each add their own flavours to the story. I would have liked to get to know Logan a bit better but alas his role in the story is one that drove the plot further. Plot, Pace, Writing style: 4/5 There is no doubt Kelley writes well and is brilliant at world building. I enjoyed the history Kelley includes of this story. Her plot was exciting and she tugs at your heart strings with heartbreaking and tender moments. The pace was a little bit slow at some places but Kelley used this to fill us in with some of Elena's past. The ending was perfect. I love it. The only sad part to me is that there is no Clay and Elena in the next book. Or not from what I can tell in the blurb of book 2. Cover talk: 3/5 The cover is OK. It was the colour and the font that drew me to the book in the first place. Final Thoughts: This was an awesome read and I will definitely be looking into reading the rest of this series.

 

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