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Breath Of Air (2012)

by Katie Jennings(Favorite Author)
3.55 of 5 Votes: 1
Sapphire Royale Publishing
Dryad Quartet
review 1: This book is so fucking mawkish. It's rather nauseating, I can't take anything about this book seriously. Capri, she annoyed me to death, she's a fucking Mary Sue wannabe. She blushes every fucking 4 minutes, she does everything she's supposed to do, she acts like she's gonna faint every time someone tells her something about her Mom, and she doesn't defend herself like you think an Orphan would. You'd think someone who's been an Orphan for 18 years of her life would be stubborn, defiant, strong, cautious, but to hell with Capri. She's none of those fucking things. I don't have time for shit like this, I'm just wasting my time.
review 2: I was swept up by this fantasy adventure. Author Katie Jennings takes us on a journey to the island of Euphora, a place where
... more Greek myths exist in a fresh, enthralling, luxurious way. The Dryads, Furies, Muses, Fates and more all make an appearance in this beautiful land, coexisting and each bearing their own fascinating story.The narrative follows 18 year old Capri, an air dryad who was stolen away from her destiny at a young age. She comes into her own through this tale, finding adventure, friendship, and romance.The characters in this book were all very interesting and well-developed. Capri has a lot of great facets to her personality, and is flawed in all the right ways. Many of the characters are simply endearing, especially, in my opinion, the feisty fire dryad Blythe. Mysteries from the past are solved, and by the end you'll be dying to know what happens in the next installment, Firefight in Darkness. I, for one, cannot wait to get started! less
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couldnt get into it..keep reading a little just in case it got better but it hasnt..
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