Friday, June 22, 2018

# Annalee Adams # book

Book Review: Eternal Entity

Who or what is Taylor Lane?

Most people go through life unaware of the war between light and dark raging just beyond their field of vision. They live blissful, ordinary lives, but that is a luxury Taylor will never have. With a single birthday wish, she is thrown into a war between Eve's angels and Lilith's demons.

Bestowed with the magical ability to control light and adorned with the sight of supernatural races, Taylor is forced to fight for her own survival. Then Lucian, her shadowy protector, enters her life and heart. But there’s something dark inside of him: he’s a vampire, the original Dark One.

With her mother murdered and a hideous beast out for her blood, Taylor has no choice but to put her faith in Lucian and go to war as she tries to unravel the mystery of who she truly is.

I fell in love with this cover as soon as I saw it. How could I not? It's absolutely gorgeous and reminds me of The Tether Saga book covers. I know you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover,but it's this cover that had me approaching the author. Luckily, she said sure and here we are!

The Good:

Holy cow! This story will pick you up and not just carry you, but will sprint with you until the end. That doesn't mean that the story is even slightly rushed, but that once you start this book, you won't want to put it down until you've read every last word. In fact, I was up until 4 am because I kept saying, "Just one more chapter." until I ran out of chapters and then first thing this morning, I messaged Annalee thanking her for my lack of sleep. 

The Bad:

There were few problems with grammar and the like. Obviously it wasn't enough to make me stop reading because I'm still yawning. My brain is trained though to see these and so they jumped at me. I wouldn't let this stop me from reading this book again and again. Also, the ending felt a bit cliffhangerish which is something I don't like in books. However, I knew book 2 had already been released so I'm forgiving it...

The Summary:

An incredible book that I'm hoping turns into an incredible series. I hope that the ending isn't what it appears to be but I'm not saying anything more than that because you really need to check it out for yourself. 

I received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments, and opinions are my own.

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