Official Review: Zeva by Tesha Finley

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Re: Official Review: Zeva by Tesha Finley

Post by kandscreeley » 05 Apr 2018, 08:29

cpru68 wrote:
04 Apr 2018, 21:48
Very nicely described! There are not a lot of young adult books that are G rated, so it’s nice to hear of something that is engaging without questionable themes or subjects. I am always on the look out for books of this nature even for myself as I do enjoy a good light read here and there. Very nice review.
I agree! Sometimes it's nice to sit back and enjoy a book without having to think too hard! Thanks!
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Post by kandscreeley » 05 Apr 2018, 08:33

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I can imagine you TROLLING around this! 😂 Great review as always Kands! The book sounds very lively with romance and action. Really great!
There are books that I have trolled Amazon for in the past. I must admit, if they don't come out in a timely manner, I do sort of write them off. It's frustrating to wait and wait and wait for the next book in the series. Especially when the author promises it at a certain time and doesn't deliver. :)
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Post by kfwilson6 » 05 Apr 2018, 13:52

I didn't even need to read your review past the synopsis and the 4 star rating to know I would want to read this one. I did however read your entire review and I'm ready to delve into this series. I will have to check future publication dates for the rest of the series though as I like to read a series all in one go. Thanks for the review. This one is right up my alley!

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Post by Sammi Anne » 09 Apr 2018, 11:51

The cover of this book was so attractive and, after reading this review, so is the story itself. I've been reading a lot of fantasy books lately and after reading this, I am looking forward to reading this at some point soon. It sounds like such an interesting story with characters that are equally as interesting.

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Post by kandscreeley » 09 Apr 2018, 12:07

kfwilson6 wrote:
05 Apr 2018, 13:52
I didn't even need to read your review past the synopsis and the 4 star rating to know I would want to read this one. I did however read your entire review and I'm ready to delve into this series. I will have to check future publication dates for the rest of the series though as I like to read a series all in one go. Thanks for the review. This one is right up my alley!
Thanks! That's really kind of you to say. I hope you enjoy this one.
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Post by kandscreeley » 09 Apr 2018, 12:15

Sammi Anne wrote:
09 Apr 2018, 11:51
The cover of this book was so attractive and, after reading this review, so is the story itself. I've been reading a lot of fantasy books lately and after reading this, I am looking forward to reading this at some point soon. It sounds like such an interesting story with characters that are equally as interesting.
It was enjoyable. I hope that if you decide to read it, you enjoy it as well!
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Post by NL Hartje » 11 Apr 2018, 00:19

How fun! You say that Zeva (the location) was fascinating and you've made me want to know more! Is this a technologically advanced society who come to help Earth or more of a Stargate scenario where much of the planet is unadvanced?
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Post by Eileen R » 14 Apr 2018, 13:45

The book has a really interesting concept.I'd love to know more about the love story between Tristan and Ember, it's so intriguing. This book is definitely on my must read list. Thanks for the review.

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Post by kandscreeley » 14 Apr 2018, 17:40

NL Hartje wrote:
11 Apr 2018, 00:19
How fun! You say that Zeva (the location) was fascinating and you've made me want to know more! Is this a technologically advanced society who come to help Earth or more of a Stargate scenario where much of the planet is unadvanced?
Kind of neither. It's an alternate dimension where the Zevians exist to be guardians. It's just unique.
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Post by kandscreeley » 14 Apr 2018, 17:40

Eileen R wrote:
14 Apr 2018, 13:45
The book has a really interesting concept.I'd love to know more about the love story between Tristan and Ember, it's so intriguing. This book is definitely on my must read list. Thanks for the review.
I really enjoyed it! I am looking forward to the second in the series. Thanks!
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Post by Ginnamassa19 » 13 May 2018, 09:00

This sounds like a really fun read, and you've really piqued my interest with this review! I love fantasy, although I will say the plot does sound a little cliched--the whole boy-meets-girl, life-or-death love situation is a trope I've seen in a lot of books--but cliches are awesome if written well, and your critique has left no doubt that this is definitely the case :D

Thank you for writing this review, I found it really helpful and it's made me want to give this book a go! :)

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Post by teacherjh » 17 May 2018, 16:18

YA and sci-fi - sounds great. I like the idea of seeing Earth as the foreign land from the Zevian's point of view.

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Post by maggiechap » 18 May 2018, 11:55

Great review! This book sounds like a lot of fun! I'm not much for sci-fi, but I'll definitely have to check it out!

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Post by kandscreeley » 18 May 2018, 12:36

Ginnamassa19 wrote:
13 May 2018, 09:00
This sounds like a really fun read, and you've really piqued my interest with this review! I love fantasy, although I will say the plot does sound a little cliched--the whole boy-meets-girl, life-or-death love situation is a trope I've seen in a lot of books--but cliches are awesome if written well, and your critique has left no doubt that this is definitely the case :D

Thank you for writing this review, I found it really helpful and it's made me want to give this book a go! :)
I can see where you would say it's a bit cliched, but it was still a very lovely read!
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