Friday, January 18, 2013

Feature and Follow Friday #1




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Q:  Who is your favorite villain from a book?


Hmm..that's a really tough one!  I thought about this for quite a while.  At first I automatically thought Damon from The Vampire Diaries, but he's not exactly a total villain is he?  He's mainly just sexy!  So I thought about it a little more and here is what I came up with:

Penny from Talented and Caged by Sophie Davis


Penny played for the other team.  She betrayed Talia in ways that the Agency deemed punishable by death.  In the first two books in the series, Penny was the villain.  It wasn't until the third book that we find out she isn't the real villain.  I feel the same way about Ian Crane too.  He was the bad guy from the very beginning.  He remains ruthless throughout the series but he ends up with a few redeamable qualities.  Mainly Ian is just the villain so far.

This series is super awesome!!!  I loved it and can't wait for book four to come out!!!  Sophie rocks:)





 My praise for this series:


I love the Talented series!! Each one is new and exciting. Sophie Davis has done a great job creating the world for these books. Everything is so easy to imagine as if you were right there in the story.

I'm in love with this series! I'm not much into anything remotely dystopian or futuristic, but these books are amazing. Sophie Davis is a talented author and I can't wait for her future works.

This YA paranormal romance pulls out all the stops and pushes all the boundaries. I am giving this book five fantastic stars because I am in awe of the story that unfolds! I highly recommend this series. 



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6 comments:

  1. Damon - you're right, he's more sexy than villainous. I haven't read the Talented series but your choice sounds interesting.

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  2. I have not heard of this series before, from your description i may have to check it out.

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  3. I haven't read this series but I have to check it out :) New GFC Follower

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  4. Haven't read that series either.
    Have urself a great weekend!!

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  5. I thought of Damon too but ended up choosing Snape. I haven't read the other series. Good pick, though.
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