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I really did find myself saying, “vampires, really? I personally don’t care for the level of detail she provided, I hope someone appreciated it. May 18, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: Also, I prefer a little more action when reading supernatural books.
The Survivors has given you an end goal no spoilers and a clear sense of what will probably happen and how long it will take. I have a few complaints, namely the inordinate amount of name dropping Havard does. There is even music specifically written to go along with this book. And this knowledge only makes her quest to find mortality even more important in her eyes. The second half of the book was especially intriguing, as we finally get some answers.
It has been run into the ground in many books recently. I recommend this to fans of paranormal romance and to those who seek novels about witches, shape shifters and vampires! What if some had been exiled and ended up on Montana?
The only character development that happens is Sadie devolving into a love-sick muppet when she meets Everett. So, she snuck ajanda. This book might be a bit of a slow starter. I was also annoyed with the reference to Romeo and Juliet. She has spent time looking into supernatural legends around the world. The writing style was pretty good.
The Survivors (The Survivors, #1) by Amanda Havard
Trivia About The Survivors Th I knew it was about the survivors of those accused during the Salem witch trials. The book is one of the best story introductions i’ve read. Amanda Havard has talent! I was with Sadie every step of the way! Jul 23, Roxanne Kade rated it really liked it. They encourage Sadie to grow and accept who she is in addition to helping her want a future for herself.
We get some of it, but I want more! This book however, had it all love, mythology, magic, action, mystery, and travel. A few of the paranormals she meets are ones we are familier with, others are more unique and complex. Unputdownable, engaging, realistic and dark, I promise this is unlike any other Salem-Witch-Trials-inspired-book. The writing was amazing — smooth, descriptive and vivid. Never has a book taken me by surprise SO much. LOVE, repeated again just for emphasis, cuz ya now, Sadie steals many hearts in this book You’re going to feel it too.
I fell hopelessly in love with Cole Hardwick. This plays a huge part in characterization. She’s definitely a strong willed character, and someone I enjoyed getting to know. Sadie is envious of the one thing humans have that she does not, mortality. It was a nice touch that they had their differences at times.
Mar 09, Navem rated it really liked it.
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The Survivors turned out to be so mu First off, I feel the need to say this. I think that basically every problem that I had with this thhe could have been fixed with more editing and closer editing. Havard used songwriting as a tool throughout the writing process to help articulate key scenes. One of these children, Sadie, an awkward girl with suvrivors, supermodel-like looks and a super-smart brain she can read a book in about 25 minutesdecides it’s time for her to strike out on her own.
If a number of important things were grouped too close together it became difficult to open certain items. But this book was not a story. The Survivors has a clear goal that the readers can anticipate. They were quite feral but deep inside, they were humans. Havard uses locations she has been and things she knows for many locations.
One member of this family, Everett, shares an immediate connection with Sadie. It was good that there was a blend of Russian and Romanian mythologies with that of the usual mythologies of the Salem Witches and vampires.
The whole book in general is so ridiculously awesome that I still cannot fathom the fact that sjrvivors over. I usually wouldn’t review a book I didn’tenjoy, but as it turns out, this book ends up getting better and presenting some extreme potential for itself.
Quit whining about it, find a way to off yourself and be done with it. What’s not to like, right? With very developed characters and amanva intricate plot line, The Survivors keeps readers hooked on from page 1.