Thursday, January 12, 2017

Review @GarnerChristina - Pledge by Christina Garner (Witches of Coventry House #1)

Witches of Coventry House #1
by Christina Garner

Goodreads blurb:  Three new witches. Two dangerous secrets. One demon on the prowl.

Haunted by her past, Eden sees college as her chance at a fresh start. With a new school, new friends, and the recent discovery she's a witch, life should be getting easier, right?

Except she's tormented by nightmares and lighting fires in her sleep.

When things turn deadly, it looks like the monster stalking Eden's dreams might just be real after all. Will she face the truth in time, or will her sisters pay with their lives?

Pledge is the first book in The Witches of Coventry House, the exciting New Adult Urban Fantasy series from the bestselling author of The Gateway Trilogy.

About the Author:  Christina Garner began writing stories at the age of six. At eighteen, her aspirations as an actor had her loading up her Buick and setting off for Hollywood. Since then she has written and directed 10 short films, including Rewind and Reminder, both of which received acclaim on the festival circuit. In 2007 she was hired to write her first feature film. May of 2011, her debut novel, Gateway became an Amazon Bestseller, as did Chasm, Book 2 in The Gateway Trilogy. Look for Tether in September 2014.

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My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 unicorns - I really liked it!!

***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!!

The cover is pretty cool and what attracted me to the book as well as the author.

I have bought this book.  It is the first in the series, and it is about witches.  I know that this book is classified as YA, but it probably leans more towards new adult because it is about students starting at college.

I definitely think this is a fantastic start to a series.  It is a fun, new world to explore.  There are many subjects brought up about religion, sexuality, abuse of power, murder, and definitely some mystery because I definitely didn’t see where things were going which is always a nice surprise.

Eden is a great lead, and I really like her.  I can’t wait to see what happens next and what she will learn along with her friends.  I’m also curious about a few other things and how it will turn out.

Christina is a wonderful author.  I was pulled into her story and didn’t want to put it down.  This story has a bit of everything to make it very intriguing.  I don’t want to give anything away, so I suggest reading it.  I can’t wait for book 2!!

I recommend this book to anyone loves when magic happens as well as mysteries and moral dilemmas.

Interested in reading???

See my review of Gateway!!!

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