Inborn (The Sagas of DiGhon, #1)

Inborn (The Sagas of DiGhon, #1) Thaniel Just Wanted Elycia To Be His Kiss For The Festival Of The Caller He Never Meant To Awaken Any Magic Now The Ontar Wants To Use Him To Call Monsters Down Out Of The Sky Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Little Does He Know That A Larger And Even Dangerous World Is Closing In Everyone Has Plans For His Newly Discovered Inborn Abilities All Thaniel Wanted Was The Girl He Never Meant To Hurt Anyone Join Thaniel And Friends As He Discovers That Monsters Are Not Just Born They Are Inborn. 4.5 One day I was trolling Twitter when came a tweet from J Lawrence advertising that his book Inborn now had a book trailer Intrigued, I watched, and I knew instantly that I had to read that story So, I immediately went toand purchased the book I didn t get to read it right away, but the book was never far from my thoughts The story of Thaniel calling me from a distance beckoning me to his tale Finally I could bear it no longer and I gave in, I read the book and absorbed every 4.5 One day I was trolling Twitter when came a tweet from J Lawrence advertising that his book Inborn now had a book trailer Intrigued, I watched, and I knew instantly that I had to read that story So, I immediately went toand purchased the book I didn t get to read it right away, but the book was never far from my thoughts The story of Thaniel calling me from a distance beckoning me to his tale Finally I could bear it
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was given a copy of Inborn by author J Lawrence in exchange for an honest review I met Mr Lawrence on www.goodreads in a forum, where he was discussing his book After looking at the book jacket summary, I was ready to go on an adventure that Mr Lawrence had penned Inborn takes place in Arth Mr Lawrence provides a well drawn out map that helps you visualize what the world of Arth I found myself referring to this just so I could grasp the concept of the travels It s always a nice d I was given a copy of Inborn by author J Lawrence in exchange for an honest review I met Mr Lawrence on www.goodreads in a forum, where he was discussing his book After looking at the book jacket summary, I was ready to go on an adventure that Mr Lawrence had penned Inborn takes place in Ar
This review is going to be pretty painful to write, but I feel like I need to give honest feedback.The first thing I want to say is that it was edited really well It did not have any of the spelling or grammar issues that so often plague self published works I also loved the cover It really drew me in I absolutely love dragons, so I was very excited to begin.This story had a lot of things going for it, but for me, it was not executed well enough to hold my attention There were some pretty g This review is going to be pretty painful to write, but I feel like I need to give honest feedback.The first thing I want to say is that it was edited really well It did not have any of the spelling or grammar issues that so often plague self published works I also loved the cover It really drew me in I absolutely love dragons, so I was very excited to begin.This story had a lot of things going for it, but for me, it was not executed well enough to hold my attention There were some pretty gaping holes of detail needed that the author left open that caused my ultimate frustration and need to put it down.First and foremost what is the Caller What is the legend behind it Why is this person important Why does Lisella wish that the Caller would come during the time of her rule Because these centra
I started reading this fantasy book, thinking I would just give it a glance and then come back to it.Yeah I ended up reading it almost straight through, including on every break I took on a 14 hour road trip, and some late night up with the newborn sessions So, it definitely grabs and holds your interest.There is just enough world building to make sure that the action of the book holds true and can be followed, but the plot is super fast paced and keeps you riveted Sometimes, it was a little t I started reading this fantasy book, thinking I would just give it a glance and then come back to it.Yeah I ended up reading it almost straight through, including on every break I took on a 14 hour road trip, and some late night up with the newborn sessions So, it definitely grabs and holds your interest.There is just enough world building to make sure that the action of the book holds true and can be follow
I judge fantasy novels by their ability to whisk me away from reality Every time I picked up this book i was transcended into a world of fantastical imaginations, filled with cold mysterious mountains,
I think this is the making of a fabulous book but I do think that J Lawrence should expand a lot of areas in this book there were a lot of areas where I became confused with what was going on I can actually see him writing the book and in his head seeing where he would end up just, I think
I enjoy the subtle twist the author plays with the Ontar Evil overtaker or burden of family legacy The dynamic here really has me hooked I want to knowabout this legend of the caller and how the magic system works after seeing glimpse of raw po
It took me a little while to really get into this book, the introduction to all of the characters was well done but necessarily took you all over the city Once the characters were all set the action picked up quickly I enjoyed the story, and stayed up late the past couple nights to finish it If you liked Brandon Sanderson s Mistborn then this book is for you The characters are fantastically written, and the interplay between them makes it very difficult to put this book down This is an action packed story of magic, friendship, and power I can t wait to read the next one. Quick, enjoyable book Devoured it in no time Looking forward to the sequel.