My rating: 5 of 5 stars
As soon as I seen this book, the cover grabbed me. I am one of those who admire art, so I do look at the covers closely. And then I won’t lie, knives and swords can sometimes be truly beautifully designed. And then there is lightening. All of this, and the beautiful blue, make this cover just pop. It immediately makes you want to open up the book and want to know what is in store for you.
Also, let it be known, that I am not one who reads the back of books ‘most of the time’ to see what I am in store for. With this one, I didn’t know anything about what I was in store for, so I was wondering why a sword with lightening was on the cover, and just what I had to look forward to.
Then I met Amanda. She is a lot like me when it comes to dreaming. She dreams things that seem so life like, that when she wakes up, she wonders if in fact, “wait, did that just happen…or was I dreaming.” However, this didn’t start happening to Amanda until she turned eighteen, for me it’s been a lifelong sentence.
One day, Amanda decides to tell her housekeeper and friend, who has been by her side since her mothers death, what she has been experiencing. Melinda, the housekeeper, lies, and assures her it is nothing at all. Now why would she go and do that? What is her purpose in hiding the truth from Amanda? My curiosity is now peaked, isn’t yours?
Hanna is Amanda’s best friend, and Hanna has a brother, Craig, who low and behold is in love with Amanda. But wouldn’t you know it, there is a secret there that keeps him from telling her his feelings. Yet another thing to be curious about.
Now there are two Vampires who are posting as men, and they decide it is high time to hunt Amanda. Then, Melinda decides to unearth to Craig that Melinda has been having dreams, and this now causes everything to change between the two of them. Craig and Hanna are hunters, fortunately for Amanda they will be able to defeat the supernatural beings and protect her.
Throughout this book, and a long friendship and desire for love, a bond is created, and a great battle won. Not to mention, the truth is able to set them all free, once and for all.
I found this book to be a great read, very powerful, and I felt that I was just unable to put it down. I kept wanting to know more, and had to know more, until I had completely finished the book. Amanda is an excellent character and I could most definitely relate to her, and loved the story, and give it five beautiful stars! I am so glad to have had the opportunity to read: “The Eternity Road” and share it with my readers!
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