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Original name book: A Gift of Shadows by Stephanie Stamm (2014-12-10)

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Publisher: Zeke & Me Books (1828)

By: Stephanie Stamm(Author)

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Customer Reviews
  • By Clever Comments on March 14, 2018

    A lot of change but it was all good! I don't know how others felt about the shift in relationship but I was all for it. One brother was too good and the other was just right. Oh I love that man. Unfortunately there's been no new release in this series which is a shame because I would love to read these two together and how they connect. Love him, love the series. Can't say it enough.

  • By Marigene Arnold on March 29, 2015

    I got so immersed in A Gift of Shadows that I re-read the first book just to make the second last longer. I finished the first book feeling pretty certain I knew where the plot was going. But this is a complex tale with multi-dimensional characters. Again, Stamm shows surprising depth of character development and has created a world beyond our world that is just a messy as ours is. And many of her characters operate in both our world and other worlds. Shadows is every bit as good as Wings. I look forward to the third book!

  • By AK903 on March 17, 2015

    The first book of the series was really good, definitely worth reading. However, this book, Gift of Shadows seriously ticked me off. The author changed the love interest around and ruined it. I will not be reading the rest of this series, I was seriously pi#$ed off with where this story went.

  • By Deb on April 15, 2015

    The story kept me interested all the way through. I am anxious to see what happens next.

  • By tpolen on December 11, 2014

    Sometimes after reading so many YA books, readers begin to see a pattern repeated several times over. Every now and then, a YA book comes along that doesn't follow that pattern and takes an unexpected path. This was one of those books for me.I have to admit, in the first part of the book, Lucky's lack of judgement and impulsiveness frustrated me; then again, she's an eighteen-year-old teenager, and those characteristics are entirely realistic for that age group. She was struggling with quite a few life-altering changes and discovered a dark, unknown side to herself but, with counsel from some wise friends, was operating on a more mature level by the end of this book.The characters are so well-developed and distinct and possess such depth they seemed to take on a life of their own. A few new characters were introduced that may play bigger roles in the next installment. The world-building is top-notch and fascinating, making it easy to become immersed while reading.Lucky's conflicting feelings about Aidan and Kev are resolved in this book, but that was only part of the story. There are hints of a war to come, with power shifts and the uncertainty of who to trust. I'm curious to see exactly how Lucky's G-Ma fits into the overall picture because, in her moments of lucidity, she seems to have some knowledge of future events.This is one of the most enjoyable and captivating NA/YA urban fantasy series I've read and I highly recommend it to fans of this genre. If urban fantasy isn't really your thing, but maybe you're just a little curious, this would be a great place to test the waters.This review is based on a digital copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

  • By Amy smith on August 2, 2015

    Stephanie has done it again she captivated me to were I was unable to put the book down until the end and I am unpatiently awaiting for her next book :)

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