Monday, March 3, 2014

Atlas Book Review


Synopsis:
Kala Hicks never imagined she’d be fighting demons, angels and gods when she joined the Navy. But when her elite covert military team is on a mission aboard Air Force One and Kala is forced to shoot the President her life changes forever.

The moment the President is killed the Titan god, Atlas, speaks to Kala, telling her that she has to do his job by committing one act of atrocity every four days… or the world will end.

Kala faces off against creatures of legend; from demons determined to make her fail and plunge the Earth into chaos, to angels who don’t trust her to do the job and are willing to kill her to claim it for themselves.
Pitted against the forces of good evil, Kala must choose whether to save the world by doing the unthinkable, or sit back and let it burn.  Four days later, she’ll have to do it again. 
My Review: 
 
This is a really great YA Fantasy type book that your teens will love reading about. Although it doesn't specifically say it's YA Fantasy, it does lean towards that more than just a normal Cop/FBI book would. I loved the storyline and was intrigued how things unfolded.
 
I like that they took their time in brining me into the book by passing out little breadcrumbs for me to follow until they drop the bombshell and then it picks up rather quickly and become a great cat and mouse type book with Kala racing frantically to understand what happened to her.
 
She just shot the President while on a mission that she didn't even know the details of but her boyfriend does.
 
If you love YA Fantasy or Paranormal, then this is the book for you!
 
Happy Reading!

About the Author:

Becca C. Smith received her Film degree from Full Sail University and has worked in the Film and Television industry for most of her adult life. In 2010 Becca published her first novel, Riser followed by the sequel, Reaper, in 2011, and the finale, Ripper in 2013. In 2012 Becca wrote the children’s novel Alexis Tappendorf and the Search for Beale’s Treasure. She is also the co-author of the teen graphic novel Ghost Whisperer: The Haunted. Becca currently lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband, Stephan and their two cats Jack and Duke.

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Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours

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