Monday, April 9, 2012

Halflings by Heather Burch

After being inexplicably targeted by an evil intent on harming her at any cost, seventeen-year-old Nikki finds herself under the watchful guardianship of three mysterious young men who call themselves halflings. Sworn to defend her, misfits Mace, Raven, and Vine battle to keep Nikki safe while hiding their deepest secret—and the wings that come with.

A growing attraction between Nikki and two of her protectors presents a whole other danger. While she risks a broken heart, Mace and Raven could lose everything, including their souls. As the mysteries behind the boys’ powers, as well as her role in a scientist’s dark plan, unfold, Nikki is faced with choices that will affect the future of an entire race of heavenly beings, as well as the precarious equilibrium of the earthly world.

11:15 the Making of a Halfling (short graphic prequel)

   In this illustrated prequel to the Halflings trilogy, Mace and Raven are given a mission to stop a catastrophic event. With his halfling abilities still untapped, Vine is allowed to join the mission, but only as a spectator. The clock is ticking and the tragedy is proving difficult to stop. Will Vine be able to sit back and watch, or will the power of heaven unleash just in time? 

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My Review

   Let me start by saying you have to read the prequel first! It's not very long twenty or so pages but it sets up the characters so well that by the time I started Halfligs I already felt i knew them. When I started the book i was sucked right into the story line. I truly loved this book from chapter one.  There is a simplicity that i found refreshing in this book. It has alot of heartfelt emotion in a complex good versus evil way. I loved the characters especially Mace and Raven who are complete opposites yet complement each other very nicely in the story. Heather has a way with witticisms that had me laughing out loud at times. Overall while reading this book I felt lighthearted and happy. It's very PG-13 in a good way and I would recommend this book to anyone thirteen and up. If your looking for great book to read on a Saturday afternoon then this book is for you! I just can't wait until  the second book Guardian comes out in October 2012.

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