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Book Title: Come, the Dark: Cordovae's Journey|
The author of the book: Rebecca Hamilton
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 377 KB
Edition: Immortal Ink Publishing
Date of issue: 2015
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Read full description of the books Come, the Dark: Cordovae's Journey:I received an ARC of this book. The receipt of this ARC was not given to me in order to get a review or to be coerced into giving a good review. These opinions are mine.
Since I am a huge Forever Girl fan, and Rebecca Hamilton completely changed my mind on this genre, I have been waiting, holding my breath for the next Forever girl tome. I was so happy when she selected me to read an ARC of her book (after I bugged her and bugged her and bugged her) Come, The Dark.
I am not going to reveal too much about the story, but I do want to reveal to other readers what I think are the strengths of this awesome book.
So, let’s get into what I loved about Come, the Dark:
Rose/Cordovae is a character that doesn’t get much more conflicted. All she wants is to get back to the one she loves, but she also has a destiny to fulfill. With the main character, I really felt that I was experiencing the conflicting ideals that are pulling on her. Hamilton does a fantastic job at making sure that I was able to be ‘there’ with the character, whether in her hometown or in Salem. This is Hamilton’s strength. Her characters are strong. Tess was another one of my favorite characters. She is hard as nails and not willing to put up with too much, but there seems to be a soft gooey middle to her that made me love her. The characters are very strong in this book. Well done, Ms. Hamilton.
What a great story. Themes like, “Is love stronger than destiny, or is there room for both?” “If you have lost, is it possible to gain back again?” So many themes and awesome fodder for thinking on the story and wondering about the deeper meanings of everything that is happening. I always love Hamilton’s writing because she talks about rough subjects and she doesn’t flinch. However she does so without being preachy and trying to shove a worldview down anyone’s throat. That’s good storytelling.
I always steel my emotions when I read Rebecca Hamilton stories because I know that she will pull at my heart somewhere inside those pages. Come , the Dark is no exception. There was one part that I was so shocked and overwhelmed by the situation that I actually DID cry. The situations are so harrowing and the twists are so surprising that I cursed Ms. Hamilton for making me cry again. She has an ability that many writers do not have. She has the ability to make you feel. That is the whole reason why I read.
So, I would give this 8 stars if I could, but will give it 5 stars instead. It is THAT good. Fans of The Forever Girl will not be disappointed by this one, and it is a good story to start The Forever Girl journey on too because it stands on it’s own two feet. Thank you, Rebecca Hamilton for a story that gripped me for many days.
Read information about the authorRebecca Hamilton writes Paranormal Fantasy, Horror, and Literary Fiction. She lives in Florida with her husband and four kids, along with multiple writing personalities that range from morbid to literary. Having a child diagnosed with autism has inspired her to illuminate the world through the eyes of characters who see things differently.
Rebecca Hamilton is represented by the ever-more-amazing Rossano Trentin of TZLA.
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