"Before you, I just existed. I
didn't really live. I didn't really feel. I was going through the motions. And
then I met you..." I stroked his face and gazed up at him. "And you
brought me back to life."
asked me to read the ARC of this book for an honest view. I didn’t read the
synopsis or other reviews before reading it, so I did not know what to expect.
I found that this book was extremely well written, captured by attention for
the first page and held it all the way through. I couldn’t put it down,
literally, I read it in a day, and by the end of it I had the biggest book
Back to Life is
based around the main character Sahara, who pretty much ran away from home
after an accident changed her life. 10 years after she finally started living
again, thanks to Tyree ‘The Game Changer’
I have never
felt so emotionally drained by the time I finished the book, and I just want to
read the sequel to find out what happens. Danielle wrote the book from Sahara’s
point of view, so when she was drawn to Ty, I felt like I was, the way she
described situations, feelings, experiences was beautiful. The way she wrote
Ty’s character had me rooting for Sahara to choose him from beginning to end.
He was loving, funny, sexy and worked hard to get to where he is. The dream
not all smooth sailing which kept me interesting, Sahara had to return home
because of unresolved issues, and of course she sees her first love Emanuel,
which turns her world upside down. I was not a fan of Emanuel from the
beginning as I knew he was going to change things between Sahara and Ty.
The book ending
on a cliff hanger destroyed me, I just wanted to read the happy ending for
Sahara and Ty but I couldn’t as it hasn’t been written yet. Reading their love story
in this book gives me hope that it will continue and survive in the book/s to
I would recommend this book to anyone, as I think it is suitable for all YA and Adult readers. I give this book a 5* rating, I was really impressed.
As the mortal world slowly slips into chaos of the godly kind, Alexandria Andros must overcome a stunning defeat that has left her shaken and in doubt of their ability to end this war once and for all.
And with all the
obstacles between Alex and her happily-ever-after with the swoonworthy Aiden
St. Delphi, they must now trust a deadly foe as they travel deep into the
Underworld to release one of the most dangerous gods of all time.
In the stunning,
action-packed climax to the bestselling Covenant series, Alex must face a
terrible choice: the destruction of everything and everyone she holds dear… or
the end of herself.
What if a single revelation - like a simple choice - changed everything?
What if love and loyalty made you do things you never expected?
The faction-based society that Tris Prior once believed in is shattered - fractured by violence and power, struggles and scarred by loss and betrayal. So when offered a chance to explore the world past the limits she's known. Tris is ready. Perhaps beyound the fence, she and Tobias will find a simple new life together, free from complicated lies, tangled loyalties and painful memories.
Poppy is a 17
year old who doesn’t believe in love.
Noah is a
heartthrob guitarist sleeping with women to fill a void.
I haven’t cried
at a book in a long time, but the ending of this book broke my heart, I cried.
I cried for the love that couldn’t continue and the love that had such
potential. It is such a beautiful book and an amazing love story.
At the beginning
I wasn’t took fussed about this book, Poppy seemed to annoy me because she was
such a cynic; she hated clichés and the ‘norm’. She moaned a lot, especially
about where she lived in ‘Middletown’ but as the book went on and she met Noah
she got less annoying. I am not sure if it’s because her character changed so
drastically and she became a cliché or if it was because I loved Noah.
From the Noah
appeared in the book I loved him, he wasn’t afraid to tell Poppy how he felt
even though she could throw it back in his face, he wasn’t scared of this unseen
force pulling them together, he embraced it and wanted to be with Poppy, he
between Poppy and Ruth got on my nerves, I found myself kept wanting to shout
at Poppy to just stop being friends with her; she was so snobby and slutty.
Throwing herself at Noah in front of Will and Poppy was really low, but Poppy
would just let it slide and I never understood why.
The ending of
this book shocked me, I thought this would be a classic Young Adult love story
and they’d live happily ever after, but I was so wrong. They were torn apart,
unable to stay together because of what their love was doing to the world, the
freak weather and power outages. I cried, I felt like their love was so strong
and should have been able to overcome anything, but the one thing they couldn’t
do was sacrifice the world so they could be together, and it was heart
wrenching. Reading the letter Noah wrote to Poppy at the end honestly broke my
heart, I woke up after reading this book feeling drained – honestly had a book
I enjoyed the storyline of this book, even though Poppy's character was annoying, it was well written. A real love story. I give this book a 3.5* rating.