Servants of the Storm

Servants of the Storm

by Delilah S. Dawson
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BookLoversLife1 More than 1 year ago
When Hurricane Josephine hits, Dovey and her best friend Carly are at Carlys house. When the downstairs start to flood bith girls have no choice but to go into the attic. When they get there they huddle together to wait out the storm but suddenly a tree comes through the roof. Carly is hit and falls into the swirling waters below. Dovey is devastated by the loss of her BFF and after the funeral has to go on antipsychotic drugs.  The drugs leave her numb to everything and for the last year her life has been like living in a fog. When she is in her favourite coffee shop she looks up and suddenly sees Carly. But it cant be because Carly is dead!! Dovey puts it down to the pills and decides she needs to come off them. Now she is off the pills Dovey starts seeing weird stuff every where.  Who is the fox faced girl? Why is she seeing Carly and what is Carly trying to tell her. Dovey needs to figure things out before the bad things notice her!! Well this was certainly not what I expected. The first thing that drew me to Servants Of the Storm was the cover. Its very creepy and intriguing, but the blurb made me want to read it even more. When I saw that Dovey was seeing her dead BFF the first thing I thought was Zombies, but it has nothing to do with them!! Its Demons, demons and more demons!! I loved Dovey. When she loses Carly she is devastated but when she is at the funeral she really loses it. Looking into Carlys casket she sees something thats not Carly and starts screaming. Everyone thinks its simply because she just lost her BFF so Dovey is put on medication. Her life is dull for a full year until she decides its time to come off the tablets. Her courage and bravery shine through the whole way through the book. She does what needs to be done no matter the cost to her. Isaac was the mysterious tall dark and handsome stranger!! He is a campion and even though he is told to stay away from Dovey he cant. He knows the only way he will be free is if he helps her find the answers she needs.  I loved Baker!! He was so sweet and brave and kind. He was the whole package. He was friends with both Carly and Dovey since they were small and has always had a soft spot for Dovey. He will do anything to help her even though at times he thinks she is talking crazy. He is always there for her.  Now despite liking both male characters, I hate love triangles!!! I loathe them and usually take off some stars off the rating if a book had one, BUT I didn't mind this one so much. Doveys feelings aren't so clear cut and because her head was so screwed up on the medication she hasn't a lot of interest in finding love at the moment. The fact that she doesn't place an emphasis on Isaac or Baker was OK with me.  Overall Servants Of the Storm was one heck of a ride. A non stop thrilling, action packed, demon packed book!! I loved the concept of the Hurricane being more than it seems. I loved the setting and the whole creepy atmosphere of the book. From the very first page you are transported to a dark and dangerous world where there's something scary round every bend. As for the ending!!! It was one heck of a twist and I so hope there's more to come from this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this
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SEStone519 More than 1 year ago
Hurricane Josephine tore through Savannah,Georgia, and the storm took with it Dovey’s best friend, Carly. One year later, Dovey has started seeing things that can’t be real, like her dead best friend running through the streets of Savannah. So she stops taking the medication prescribed after Josephine in hopes of seeing more clearly. And she quickly realizes that there are more layers to the city and the hurricane than she could have ever imagined. The premise of this story (a hurricane is much more than it seems) drew me to this book, and the tagline on the cover (When we die, we belong to her) made me buy it. I’m very glad that I did. It’s a fun urban fantasy adventure with a quirky not-quite-a-romance. Dovey worked as an unreliable narrator. I’m typically not a fan of them as I like to know what’s going on in books, but Dovey didn’t bother me. The mix of witnessing certain scenes myself and learning other things along with Dovey kept me in the loop while leaving room for mystery. I consider the love triangle in Servants of the Storm to be a not-quite-a-romance. Without spoiling anything, I’ll say that Dovey doesn’t know how she feels about either boy one way or another. There are plenty of questions and doubt swirling around in her mind. Those emotions cause the relationship to appear pretty realistic. I’m crossing my fingers that there’s a sequel in the works. The end sets up for one really nicely with just enough loose ends to lead the reader from book one into book two. Servants of the Storm would be the perfect read for someone interested in a young adult urban fantasy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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