Thursday, May 3, 2012

Nolander (Emanations, #1) by Becca Mills eBook review

Twenty-three-year-old Beth Ryder is a small-town girl from northern Wisconsin. Diagnosed with panic disorder as a child, Beth experiences symptoms severe enough that she can't go to college or move to a more populous area. They've also made her dating life hell.

As the novel begins, Beth is struggling to make a good life for herself despite the limitations imposed by her illness. She's recently taken up photography as a hobby -- the old-fashioned kind, with actual film.

One day, she takes a picture that show something she can't really explain, something she didn't see with her own eyes -- something inhuman. When Beth tries to find some answers, she makes contact with a dangerous group of people responsible for policing an unseen world of creatures
that have abilities humans lack. As events spiral out of her control, Beth must leave her restrictive but safe life behind. Thrown into a frightening new world, she struggles not to surrender her family, her identity, and her sense of right and wrong.


This is a very well written book and the storyline is very good. I wasn't sure I would like this one but I was quite surprised. I will be reading this one again at a later date and I can't wait to read the next book. I highly recommend this.

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I give this 4 out of 5

*I have received a free copy of this in ebook format for my honest review.*

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