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Tara Maya Ï 5 review

Free download Initiate The Unfinished Song #1 é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free To those who pass a mysterious Test during the Initiation ceremony The problem No one in Dindi's clan has ever passed the Test Her grandmother died trying But Dindi has a plan AN EXILED WARRIOR Kavio is the most powerful warrior dancer in Faearth but when he is exiled from the tribehold for a crime he didn't commit he decides to shed his old life. I won t recap the premise of the story since it s available at the top so I ll jump right into my reviewThe things I liked about this novel were the length the character development the writing and the seuence of events and how they re pulled off The world building was done alright but there were a few areas that needed improvement Some things got confusing at times when I forgot who a character was or wondered who it might be when they hadn t been introduced properly That was a flaw of this bookThe biggest reason I didn t like this novel is how it ended I think a series of books can easily be stand alone novels that build on the world the author introduced in the first novel This book isn t like that It ends abruptly in the middle of telling the story and I strongly disliked that The author is essentially forcing you to buy the next novel because they cut you off before it reached the climax seriously this story has NO climax It was very unsatisfying and as a result I won t read any of this author s work The Children of Willesden Lane Beyond the Kindertransport A Memoir of Music Love and Survival you to buy the next novel because they cut Nee Naw Real Life Dispatches From Ambulance Control you off before it reached the climax seriously this story has NO climax It was very unsatisfying and as a result I won t read any of this author s work

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Free download Initiate The Unfinished Song #1 é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The initiation ceremony is the gateway to ultimate poweror death A DETERMINED GIRL Dindi can't do anything right maybe because she spends time dancing with pixies than doing her chores Her clan hopes to marry her off and settle her down but she dreams of becoming a Tavaedi one of the powerful warrior dancers whose secret magics are revealed only. 10302013 Update Free on Kindle nowWhen I was first offered this book to review I thought it sounded absolutely fascinating not uite like anything I d ever read before I was definitely rightThe book starts out rather slow There s a lot of description of the place the people the setting It was a little hard to get into at first because I was having trouble following the story among all the descriptionsBut it wasn t too far into it that the story really picked up When Dindi is taken for her Initiation and Kavio is kicked out of his tribe everything starts to get interestingI could not put my Kindle down The story flows beautifully and naturally from this point forward and I was up late into the night finishing itDindi is an great character She dances in secret she s not supposed to before becoming a Tavaedi with the fae and wants nothing than to be able to continue to dance She s not entirely sure of herself but she s sweet and kindKavio is something else entirely He s strong physically mentally and emotionally He willingly takes his punishment as exile when all he was doing was trying to save his tribe He fights off those that would do harm saves young girls from drowning and doesn t expect anyone to give him any trust or belief He sets out to make his own way refusing to let that way be less than what he was he strives for betterI really loved both main characters as well as being incredibly interested in a few of the secondary characters we got to know Gwenika comes to mind immediately The Corn Maiden I sure hope we re going to learn about herThe real prize here though is the world It s an intricate beautiful harsh world Ancient ancient times think Neolithic with tribes that remind me of the Native American or African tribes of old Magic and fae still populate the world and if you have magic you are admitted to an entirely different class of the tribe The customs and interactions between the tribes were fascinating I could see the influence of a few different ethnicities and histories and they were seamlessly woven together into a brand new whole Honestly it delighted meTara Maya has given us a beautiful new fantasy world The Unfinished Song Initiate will pull you in immerse you in the people and stark beauty of Faearth and leave you wanting when you re done I know I definitely can t wait to start The Unfinished Song Taboo to see what s next for Dindi Kavio and the restGrade BPS There is a cliffhanger at the end but the second through sixth books are out this is going to be a 12 book series now One More Round Gamer Boy #2 young girls from drowning and doesn t expect anyone to give him any trust or belief He sets out to make his own way refusing to let that way be less than what he was he strives for betterI really loved both main characters as well as being incredibly interested in a few of the secondary characters we got to know Gwenika comes to mind immediately The Corn Maiden I sure hope we re going to learn about herThe real prize here though is the world It s an intricate beautiful harsh world Ancient ancient times think Neolithic with tribes that remind me of the Native American or African tribes of old Magic and fae still populate the world and if Five Rivers Met On a Wooded Plain you have magic The Violet Hour The Celtic Vampyre Saga #05 you are admitted to an entirely different class of the tribe The customs and interactions between the tribes were fascinating I could see the influence of a few different ethnicities and histories and they were seamlessly woven together into a brand new whole Honestly it delighted meTara Maya has given us a beautiful new fantasy world The Unfinished Song Initiate will pull In the Balance I Bring the Fire #35 you in immerse La consolante you in the people and stark beauty of Faearth and leave Connect you wanting when Kamikaze you re done I know I definitely can t wait to start The Unfinished Song Taboo to see what s next for Dindi Kavio and the restGrade BPS There is a cliffhanger at the end but the second through sixth books are out this is going to be a 12 book series now

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Free download Initiate The Unfinished Song #1 é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free If roving cannibals and hexers don't kill him first this is his chance to escape the shadow of his father's wars and his mother's curse But when he rescues a young Initiate girl he finds himself drawn into as deadly a plot as any he left behind He must decide whether to walk away or fight for her assuming she would even accept the help of an exi. My initial impressions of the novel are a bit underwhelming I found it a bit laborious to read which was unexpected with a uite short 180 or so page book There were too many changed in POV for my tastes This chopping and changing increased the confusion I felt during most of the story I couldn t really connect with the characters once you start being familiar with one it changes to another and yet another after that If it was limited to two or three it would have been much better overall I think I felt like I was missing information throughout and the best way I can describe the feeling is opening a 500 page book on page 250 and starting reading the story from there I constantly felt like something was missing that I skipped a book in the series something One big thing I struggled with and that was the setting of the novel I couldn t figure out where the tribes were in the books world in relation to our world Everything was described so well yet it lacked grounding for lack of a better term Now a fantasy world created purely for the book can be uite obvious it s created especially for the characters and woven throughout the story but the references popping up throughout kept me thinking this was occurring on our planet but uite a while ago This was going on in my mind while reading the novel At first I m picturing a desert with a big river running nearby ok got it We are in North Africa maybe Egypt Near the Nile possibly Nice I love Egyptian mythology Then shortly after we are in forests eating rotten fish flesh with deer roaming through and snow Ok scratch the Egypt thing I know where we are We are in Scandinavia Vikings Woohoo Bring it on Then I remember the dancing part of the story and I m trying to picture big blond Vikings mingling with fairies dancing in rings Confusion has set in Then the introduction of tropical references and I thought wait wait wait We have to be in Hawaii Could fit I guess Then the seven month trek began and I really can t see it taking seven months to walk from coast to coast on any of the Hawaiian Islands This then lead me to think Native American and at this stage I was so confused I wasn t really enjoying the story as I should have been It was only after the novel ended that I understood and I feel a bit let down because if the information was somehow incorporated into the novel I would have finished thinking it was brilliant In the author s note so much information was given The novel is set toward the end of the Stone Age and that the entire world is one continent before the earth s plate tectonics separated us into the continents we know today This really appealed to me considering I was destined to become a Geologist but changed my mind at the last minute Everything clicked once I read that but unfortunately it came too late and my impression was made up on the book at this stage In summary reading the book itself I was left disappointed I felt it was disjointed with too many character POV changes But the authors note has helped changed my mind and see what I felt was missing If that information was spun into a prologue at the start of the book maybe with a Creation of the earth slant to it I think I would have really loved this book Oh well