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by Dawn Rae Miller


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The Sensitives Trilogy: LARKSTORM Young Adult December, 2011 .

The Sensitives Trilogy: LARKSTORM Young Adult December, 2011 ISBN 13: 978-0615582207 In the years following the destructive Long Winter, when half the world’s population perished, the State remains locked in battle against the Sensitives: humans born with extra abilities. The Sensitives Trilogy: LARKSTORM Young Adult December, 2011 ISBN 13: 978-0615582207.

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Miller, Dawn Rae. An icy fright spreads through my veins and paralyzes me. I envision Annalise and Callum standing behind me, laughing as Annalise wraps me in her heavy air trap.

Miller, Dawn Rae. I envision Annalise and Callum standing behind me, laughing as Annalise wraps me in her heavy air trap repared to ask for help. But I can, in fact, move. There’s nothing holding me. My attention swings back to B. Is this a trick? How’d she get to Summer Hill before me? The only time she ever leaves our house for more than a few hours is when she accompanies Beck and me to our parents’ homes. She’s never gone away without us before. But neither of us are at school anymore either.

She must kill the boy she loves, unless he kills her first.

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I sat down and read it start to finish with only two breaks because I had to know what happened next.

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She must kill the boy she loves, unless he kills her first.

Larkstorm epub download

ISBN13: 978-0615582207

ISBN: 0615582206

Author: Dawn Rae Miller

Category: Romance

Subcategory: Paranormal

Language: English

Publisher: FinnStar Publishing (December 6, 2011)

Pages: 318 pages

ePUB size: 1775 kb

FB2 size: 1866 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 677

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Siratius
This is one of the best romances I've read in a while. I'm personally tired of novels where it's constantly mentioned how "hot" the heroine's crush is and I don't care for "instalove" romances in general. It was a pleasant surprise this wasn't either of the above.

I fell in love with the hero, not because he's dreamy, or easy on the eyes (and thank you, thank you, thank you Miller for not cramming this down my throat!) but because when he says he loves Lark, I know it's not lust/infatuation/ raging hormones etc...

The pacing of this moves quickly. I sat down and read it start to finish with only two breaks because I had to know what happened next. As a bonus, Larkstorm has a multifaceted plot that slowly unravels over the course of the book. The prose is thankfully more literary than sarcastic. Each line feels carefully thought-out and it balances showing and telling very well.

Other thoughts:

The blurb sets up the background setting as dystopian but this felt more like fantasy.

The conflict in the actual novel is much stronger and IMO way more cool than, "she must kill the one she loves" but if the author tells you what it *actually* is up front, it will spoil the excitement of having it revealed throughout the novel.

Hopefully without giving away too big of a spoiler, I would reword the tag from:
"She must kill the boy she loves, unless he kills her first" to "She *will* kill the boy she loves, unless he kills her first."
Siratius
This is one of the best romances I've read in a while. I'm personally tired of novels where it's constantly mentioned how "hot" the heroine's crush is and I don't care for "instalove" romances in general. It was a pleasant surprise this wasn't either of the above.

I fell in love with the hero, not because he's dreamy, or easy on the eyes (and thank you, thank you, thank you Miller for not cramming this down my throat!) but because when he says he loves Lark, I know it's not lust/infatuation/ raging hormones etc...

The pacing of this moves quickly. I sat down and read it start to finish with only two breaks because I had to know what happened next. As a bonus, Larkstorm has a multifaceted plot that slowly unravels over the course of the book. The prose is thankfully more literary than sarcastic. Each line feels carefully thought-out and it balances showing and telling very well.

Other thoughts:

The blurb sets up the background setting as dystopian but this felt more like fantasy.

The conflict in the actual novel is much stronger and IMO way more cool than, "she must kill the one she loves" but if the author tells you what it *actually* is up front, it will spoil the excitement of having it revealed throughout the novel.

Hopefully without giving away too big of a spoiler, I would reword the tag from:
"She must kill the boy she loves, unless he kills her first" to "She *will* kill the boy she loves, unless he kills her first."
Washington
I bought this book on the recommendation of a friend and I'm glad I did! This isn't your usual, predictable YA paranormal romance. It begins innocuously with teenage school angst and quickly opens up into a complicated action-adventure. The heroine Lark is very naive. She has been sheltered and mislead about practically everything in her life and the picture that is painted for her (and us) gets turned on it's head quite often. There can sometimes be a fine line between naive and stupid and the author walked it well. I never found myself rolling my eyes at Lark as I have in other books in this genre. I've already read the first two books in this trilogy and two short stories about Lark. I can't wait for more!
Washington
I bought this book on the recommendation of a friend and I'm glad I did! This isn't your usual, predictable YA paranormal romance. It begins innocuously with teenage school angst and quickly opens up into a complicated action-adventure. The heroine Lark is very naive. She has been sheltered and mislead about practically everything in her life and the picture that is painted for her (and us) gets turned on it's head quite often. There can sometimes be a fine line between naive and stupid and the author walked it well. I never found myself rolling my eyes at Lark as I have in other books in this genre. I've already read the first two books in this trilogy and two short stories about Lark. I can't wait for more!
Vishura
I'm kind of surprised at all the 5 star reviews for this book. While it wasn't bad, I didn't see the WOW factor that it seems everyone else did. I thought the beginning of the book had promise. It seemed as things progressed that I had a good grasp of the dystopian society and I was enjoying the setting of the story. As the story continued it lost me.

Once Beck left and Lark set out to find him I was excited to see where the story would go. The whole encounter with Lark's brother at the train station and her getaway was fun. At least we thought she was running towards finding Beck as well as breaking away from everyone in her life who kept things from her. I thought Lark might find Beck and they'd hide out for a bit then fight and stand together... no such luck.

Come to find out she takes refuge in a "bubble" if you will. A bubble with a house and woods and loads of light witches in tents!! The entire technological society we read about at the beginning of the story was gone! Instead we were thrown into a political war with magic and too controlling witches. The story just got more frustrating after that. Time after time I was hoping to get answers, and the story just kept putting them off and Lark was literally kept in the dark. Her magic was encased and she basically turned into a whiner who was always trying to control her tantrums. I understood her anger because I too wanted answers, but never got them.

It seems as though the first part of the book and the last part were totally separate stories?! They didn't flow together for me and I was just frustrated in general. It was difficult at times for me to continue reading, but it was a short book so I pressed on. I didn't like the ending either. Lark left Beck standing there while she basically runs away. Why? To protect him? It didn't make logical sense. I'm being vague because I don't want to spoil the story, just saying it didn't really come together.

Altogether, I think (personally) for 4.99 the book is overpriced. I've read much better books at that price and I expected a lot more! I don't see myself continuing with this series.
Vishura
I'm kind of surprised at all the 5 star reviews for this book. While it wasn't bad, I didn't see the WOW factor that it seems everyone else did. I thought the beginning of the book had promise. It seemed as things progressed that I had a good grasp of the dystopian society and I was enjoying the setting of the story. As the story continued it lost me.

Once Beck left and Lark set out to find him I was excited to see where the story would go. The whole encounter with Lark's brother at the train station and her getaway was fun. At least we thought she was running towards finding Beck as well as breaking away from everyone in her life who kept things from her. I thought Lark might find Beck and they'd hide out for a bit then fight and stand together... no such luck.

Come to find out she takes refuge in a "bubble" if you will. A bubble with a house and woods and loads of light witches in tents!! The entire technological society we read about at the beginning of the story was gone! Instead we were thrown into a political war with magic and too controlling witches. The story just got more frustrating after that. Time after time I was hoping to get answers, and the story just kept putting them off and Lark was literally kept in the dark. Her magic was encased and she basically turned into a whiner who was always trying to control her tantrums. I understood her anger because I too wanted answers, but never got them.

It seems as though the first part of the book and the last part were totally separate stories?! They didn't flow together for me and I was just frustrated in general. It was difficult at times for me to continue reading, but it was a short book so I pressed on. I didn't like the ending either. Lark left Beck standing there while she basically runs away. Why? To protect him? It didn't make logical sense. I'm being vague because I don't want to spoil the story, just saying it didn't really come together.

Altogether, I think (personally) for 4.99 the book is overpriced. I've read much better books at that price and I expected a lot more! I don't see myself continuing with this series.
GoodLike
I thought this book was a great change in pace. I had recently read a few books that felt me sobbing and in no shape to read I book that made me sad. I enjoyed the setting that this story took place in. And while I understand some peoples lack of enjoyment of the "witchy" aspect of the story I enjoyed it. I think the writer shows great promise and I want to know what happens to Beck and Lark. I really hope she can get her S under control. That was great frustrating and I did feel like we all got stuck there. Fingers crossed for book #2.
GoodLike
I thought this book was a great change in pace. I had recently read a few books that felt me sobbing and in no shape to read I book that made me sad. I enjoyed the setting that this story took place in. And while I understand some peoples lack of enjoyment of the "witchy" aspect of the story I enjoyed it. I think the writer shows great promise and I want to know what happens to Beck and Lark. I really hope she can get her S under control. That was great frustrating and I did feel like we all got stuck there. Fingers crossed for book #2.
Rias
This is a really amazing book, a must read for any fantasy, dystopian or romance fans. You will instantly fall in love with Lark and Beck and you'll read late into the night to figure out what is going to happen and how it's all going to be okay. And the ending, oh, the ending will leave you nearly weeping and wanting more. Can't wait for the next book in the series!
Rias
This is a really amazing book, a must read for any fantasy, dystopian or romance fans. You will instantly fall in love with Lark and Beck and you'll read late into the night to figure out what is going to happen and how it's all going to be okay. And the ending, oh, the ending will leave you nearly weeping and wanting more. Can't wait for the next book in the series!