Earthborn

Earthborn

by P.M. Hernandez

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BN ID: 2940158703201
Publisher: P.M. Hernandez Publishing
Publication date: 05/11/2016
Series: Earthborn Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

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Earthborn 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DYac More than 1 year ago
There's something about a strong female heroine that excites me, and this author has written just such a character in her Earthborn series. I also love a well written book in first person. Maybe it's the way we get so much more insight into the mind of the main character. With this one, the perspective comes from two different directions--Adelaide Becker, a seemingly normal high school student with above average intelligence who is also a bit of a social pariah; and Brock Grigni, and a collector who is half human and half Ayezhni, who brings his fellow Earthborn back to the Compound, which is tucked away in Colorado, to keep them safe. At least that's what they each thought when our story began. It isn't until after these two young people get to know each other that they discover there are some more special things going on under the surface of Adelaide's world. It is those special differences that lead to a price on her head and turn both of their lives upside down. And it doesn't just affect the two of them but their entire respective species, including the those remaining Earthborn. This is the first time I've ever read this author, and I was completely impressed. It was entertaining while keeping me on the edge of my seat. She keeps us guessing at the relationships between all of the characters throughout the book. She has a captivating talent for storytelling that made it difficult for me to put the book down. There were some sweet moments and romantic moments while others made me catch my breath. It ends on an unpredictable cliffhanger that only makes me thirst for the next in the series. I definitely recommend it.