Crow’s Rest By Angelica R. Jackson (ARC Review)

RELEASE DATE: May 15th 2015
AUTHOR: Angelica R. Jackson
GENRE: Young-Adult,Fantasy,
Romance.
SUMMARY: Avery Flynn arrives for a visit at her Uncle Tam’s, eager to rekindle her summertime romance with her crush-next-door, Daniel.

But Daniel’s not the sweet, neurotic guy she remembers—and she wonders if this is her Daniel at all. Or if someone—some thing—has taken his place.

Her quest to find the real Daniel—and get him back—plunges Avery into a world of Fae and changelings, where creatures swap bodies like humans change their socks, and magic lives much closer to home than she ever imagined.

book and ink

MY REVIEW:    Fairies are one of my favorite mythical beings and I’d love to explore myself with the fae world. I’d really like to thank the publisher for letting me review this wonderful book. It’s a great YA debut from the author Angelica R. Jackson, it was really an awesome book that  made me feel happy and sad after I finished reading it.

                                     When Avery visits her uncle Tam she was really eager to meet her crush Daniel, who lives in the same neighborhood. Last time Avery left Daniel with a kiss who is still confused about their relationship and they always sent text messages with each other. Avery Was very determined to make Daniel her boyfriend. Even after arriving at her Uncle’s house, she gets no visit from him, except his dog Bobbin who acts strange. She observes something wrong with Daniel’s dog and she gets really freaked out when the dog understands everything she says.When Avery learns about the condition of Daniel she feels totally devastated. After when Daniel wakes from his death bed, he seems totally different like he is a perfect opposite to the Daniel she knew who was always shy.

                                        What I most liked about Avery is she is a funny, realistic person who doesn’t have a censor in her mouth and says whatever she has in her mind. Even though she is scared she was always brave and also funny in scary situations. Well, coming to the new Daniel he got a totally hot bod and expresses no shyness in physical intimacy. There was no lack in the Chemistry between the two main protagonists, it was pretty much intense and scorching. Another thing I really liked is the Car “Nykur” which was beyond cool and it would be every body’s dream car.

                                     Everything in this book is perfect with all the plot, characters and story building. Even though it was a fresh debut from the author you don’t find any flaws in it, her writing skills are perfect and it was pretty easy to understand. From the start till the end, I wasn’t bored at anywhere and I just completed it in one sitting. I’d really like to thank the author for writing such an amazing and hilarious book. It was really sad that it was a stand alone book, but I’ll be looking forward to the author’s next work and I’d highly recommend everyone to read it because it’s a damn good book.

 

 

MY RATING:   4-stars14-stars14-stars14-stars14-stars1

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2 thoughts on “Crow’s Rest By Angelica R. Jackson (ARC Review)

  1. angelicarjackson April 26, 2015 / 5:00 pm

    I’m just popping in to say thank you for such an enthusiastic review, and to let you know there are two more books in the works for the Crow’s Rest world. 😀
    All the best, ARJ

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    • ravenblake99 April 26, 2015 / 7:42 pm

      Oh My God! really happy dancethank you so much for letting me know and I cannot wait to meet lonan again. It was really an amazing book and I wish you the best for your debut.

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