Awakening (Hope Trilogy #1) review by huntaking
Awakening: Hope Trilogy (Volume 1)
by Lauren Ashley
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fantasy

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Age at time of review - 33
Reviewer's Location - Annotto Bay, St. Mary, Jamaica
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Emma displays a personality of being peaceful and withdrawn. Up until this point, she has tried to stay quiet and out of other people’s business. But soon she finds out that her life is not ordinary. Being in the center of an old conflict amongst a group of deities called Eidolons is where she finds herself. Her primary job will be to ensure the protection of the planet. However, going through the process of awakening is what she must face. It would be simple is she knew what it was all about. All she knows is that she is very powerful. She and her partner Jordan must find other associates and figure out a way of putting an end to the longstanding rivalry of the eras.  


This book gave me a lot of pleasure to read. The plot was one which was satisfactorily discussed, however, there was recurrence of a lot of things, which I didn’t like. The character I liked the most was Griffin because of the gloomy manner he was portrayed. That gave the tale an exceptional style. My minimum preference went to Jordan because he had no faults. Emma was adored by me for her relevance in the matters of the story. I admired her outgoingness near the conclusion. I appreciated the sections of the book that had a lot of fighting encounters. The final factor that made me really enjoy this eBook was its emotive qualities, which appealed to my sense of happiness and sadness. Generally, it was a marvelous book that I read in one sitting.

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