Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Koda Post 3

Welcome to this weeks Koda Post. For your enjoyment today we have a book review for you. So grab your Tea, your Coffee, a biscuit and relax.

The Keeper by Natalie Star

Review by Misty Harvey

This was my first introduction into YA books. I’d never taken an interest in them before. To say the least I started the book with apprehension. Here I am over thirty and I’m reading a YA book?! The fact that it was paranormal, which is one of my favorite genres, didn’t seem enough.

I started this book late at night figuring I’d get at least a hint of what I’d set myself up for in a few chapters before bed. I’m almost sure my family told me they were going to bed, but I was lost to reality. I was no longer Misty, mother of three, and house wife. I was transported to the writer’s world - the words the gateway in.

I awoke as Billie, a girl who fights against her boyish name by being extremely female. It’s my sixteenth birthday and my entire world is about to change forever. My life purpose has me wanting to run from it all, but it’s up to me to be The Keeper.

This book kept my attention long into the wee hours of the morning. I cried, I laughed, and I loved as Billie. If you have not purchased this book I highly recommend it. Just be warned to save a lot of time to read it, you won’t want to put it down. I now wait eagerly for the follow up book.

To find Natlie's Author page on Facebook please scroll back up and click on her name.

The same goes for Misty Harvey, from there you will find out what's coming next for both these wonderful Authors.

Until next time, may you find the book that captures your heart.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Misty! And I never knew you felt this way about YA LOL ;)