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Beware the power of the written word…Whovian BFFs Molly Murphy and Glory Jackson are about to have their worlds flipped upside down.Molly’s father died when she was ten years old. Since then, he’s visited her in eerie recurring dreams telling her she has “a power.” Besides wanting her father back, Molly wants to be a writer. A scathing rebuke from her mother finally pushesBeware the power of the written word…Whovian BFFs Molly Murphy and Glory Jackson are about to have their worlds flipped upside down.Molly’s father died when she was ten years old. Since then, he’s visited her in eerie recurring dreams telling her she has “a power.” Besides wanting her father back, Molly wants to be a writer. A scathing rebuke from her mother finally pushes her to try at age twenty one. Her first attempt is a passive-aggressive blurb about her awful neighbor. The only problem is—it comes true.Scared and guilt-ridden, Molly nearly swears off writing. Now she understands what her father meant by “a power” but she doesn’t know why or how it is happening. Molly can’t resist the temptation to explore her abilities, but she must be more careful. Something sinister has begun haunting her bedroom and she suspects a connection. Molly and her roommate Glory explore the implications of such life-changing power while drinking wine and learning how to be adults in the suburbs of Houston, Texas. The sinister presence isn’t enough to dissuade Molly from writing, but it’s sure got her worried. Some people only learn the hard way....

Title : Write of Passage (American Fae Series, #1)
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ISBN : 9781511554978
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 174 Pages
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Write of Passage (American Fae Series, #1) Reviews

  • Crystal
    2019-01-30 09:50

    ok, so...a fast read from ms. Adams....before reading this, I was warned that it was not like her other works....and boy, it is not like her other series....that is not to say that it is not good...it is...just different...Write of Passage is set in modern times, and in Houston Texas...sort of the suburbs...and mostly in the protagonists home (kind of wished she had gotten out of the house just a little bit more...would have like to see her day-to-day a little bit more)....since i know texas, i feel like i have an advantage...this book mostly takes place in the home though... and i feel it can apply to many small town geographies....what I like: this book has strong, developed women...these are not perfect females waiting for a man...they have flaws...they use splenda in their coffee and watch what they eat...they have curves and are a realistic representation of a modern day woman...they are real women that feel real emotions/pains....i felt connected to molly and glory...and i kept wanting more from them...these are real women in a story...not perfect women who devour pasta and kick ass at the same time (sans jiggly butt and thunder thighs...hate how most writers can't make a woman real).....real chicks who watch what they eat, worry about the man next door, and work for a living....and still manage to come out on top...yes!! we can be strong!secondary characters take a back seat though...by the end i felt like Adams was putting in the foundation for Angus and the others...I feel like the others will have a bigger part in the following books...but i want some more from them now (hence the 4 and not 5 star rating)...the animals have a wonderful position, and I really, really want more from the furbabies...If you like light fantasy or Ms Adams's other books, please read this...it is fun, light (but not too light), and worth your time...i received a free e-book from the author in exchange for my honest review...

  • Amanda Carney
    2019-02-19 12:05

    I listened to the audio version of this book. It was great! And the audio quality was amazing. I'm eager to read more from this author and from this series. My only qualms were ultimately the book was a little anticlimactic. There was a lot of build up for the final battle, and it ended up being over super quick and the villain, a powerful fairy, used a steak knife as her weapon of choice. I had expected some fantastical fairy powers. And to learn that Molly's father had known all along that the stone in her pendant was how the villain was finding Molly, and yet he still urged her to wear it, was a little confusing. Overall the story was well-written, and April Adams is clearly a talented writer. Good job!

  • April Adams
    2019-01-26 13:39