Author: E.V Fairfall
Genre: YA, Fantasy / Paranormal
Publication: January 1, 2014
Publisher: Silver Tag
Thea, all-mighty Mother Earth, only had one rule to follow above all else, one promise to keep to her brother: never take a human form. She would’ve kept that promise if it weren’t for Brice. He’s handsome and confident, but above all he’s merciless.
He’s also a hunter who has tormented Thea for years. She believes if she could teach Brice compassion, she might finally be able to save her creations and herself from his savage ways. Then she meets Chamber: another hunter.
She soon finds herself fascinated by−and torn between−the two boys: Brice and Chamber. Lost within a torrent of human emotions, Thea starts to lose who she is as she falls in love with the one thing that she’s always hated: a hunter… a human.
My review is going to be very brief. Fantasy/ Paranormal is one of my favorite genres so this book sounded really interesting to me which is why I signed up for the review tour. The cover also is amazing. I loved the concept and the way the point of view was executed. I loved reading about creation and just Earth. It did have religious themes so if you have an issue with that then this might not be the book for you. It touched upon love and friendship and everything. I loved Thea, all the characters were interesting in their own way.
The love triangle, I actually enjoyed. I thought it was well executed. The story didn’t really grab me from the start but I loved the concept of the creation and what it means to be human. It was all so captivating, I wasn’t disappointed.
If you like paranormal romance, myths, coming of age stories then I think you’ll enjoy this one as well.
I don’t know what else to say other then it was a really cute story. I read it in a rush so that might be why this review isn’t so great, in the future I might re-read it and re-post this review once I’ve altered it.
If you’ve read the book then let me know what you thought below!
I love to write just as much as I love to read. I try to read a book per week, which doesn’t always work out, but it’s the thought that counts. Aside from all that I am a huge animal person.
Transformed is my first novel, but it isn’t my first publication; I’ve had several short stories published over the last two years. My main goal as a writer is to explore humanity and to give people something fun to read.