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Taking Back Forever

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  • Posted June 7, 2013

    A series that has evolved and began to captivate me a lot! I wa

    A series that has evolved and began to captivate me a lot!

    I was really looking forward to read the sequel of "Grasping at Eternity", to know how Maryah and Nathan would evolve. I have not been disappointed by the main and secondary characters. I was as well surprised by the intensity of the emotions related to Maryah memories and the ones display for the search for Gregory. 
    The author has managed to make Maryah and Nathan more open with each other so their love story is poignant and sweet. But Harmany's fragility and obstination was well pictured also.
    All the characters are engaging and charming.

    Nathan loses his taciturn behavior and becomes much more playful and sensual with his ¿¿soulmate. He even helps her to find connections with her powers by suggesting more pronounced intimate scenes.
    Maryah, whom I blamed for being a little too smooth, takes the bull by the horns. If she does not yet have access to all of her gifts, she sees the potential of her powers.
    Based on the new evidences provided by the author, it is probably also a tragedy that led her to erase her memories... Her recovery may be less pleasing than expected by all members of her Kindrily...

    Less action-oriented, even if there are still some good combats scenes, this volume focuses more on feelings and family ties. It's really like living among the X-Men and see their daily routine. This is very valuable and enjoyable.

    All points that had bothered me in the first volume were erased and this sequel is much more accomplished. Besides, I think the next volume will be more darker and with a lot more fights.
    A series that has evolved and began to captivate me a lot!


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