Sunday, 31 July 2016

Summer Shadows (Benedicts #6) by Joss Stirling (Review)

     Once again, Joss Stirling has written a beautiful addition to the Benedicts series. Taking place in the world of savants (special group of people with almost magical special abilities), Summer Shadows takes the readers on a thrilling ride alongside Summer, a young girls with the ability to shadow minds by tracking them and reading their thoughts and feelings. On a mission to save a friend, she runs into Hal Robinson, a trained non-savant solder who mixes things up. Together they work to accomplish their goal as tension rises between them.
      I loved this novel. I was addicted from the beginning to the end. Summer is an interesting character who is very well developed and rounded. Her abilities are really interesting and the entire world of the savants is riveting. In a world of infinite types of powers, the possibilities are simply endless. The romance in this story was good and had a lot of tension that held the readers attention throughout the entire novel. In the series, it is not the best romance yet, but its still really well done. Plot wise, Summer Shadows was packed with action and mystery, keeping the readers on the edge of their seats as they read. I recommend not only Summer Shadows, but entire Benedicts series. I give Summer Shadows the rating of FOUR AND A HALF STARS OUT OF FIVE!!!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*

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