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Winter's Awakening: The Metahuman. aren Luellen.

Winter's Awakening: The Metahuman. 2. Winter's Storm: Retributio. 3. Winter's Wrath: Sacrifice (Winter'. 4. Winter's Warrior: Mark of the Monarc. Overall Winter’s Awakening was an interesting book, but failed to truly pull me in. It would be great for middle grade aged kids who like books along the same lines as James Patterson’s Maximum Ride series, but as it is I’m not sure I’ll be continuing this series anytime soon.

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I thought I remembered reading something like that happening in a novel once. But that’s not what happened here. erized by what I was seeing-caught between awake and asleep, not sure that this was a dream. Still and silent I remained unti. RACK! The silence of the morning was shattered as harshly as the door. The shards of wood and frame didn’t have time to land before I was on my feet, yelling, You picked the wrong room, buddy!

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Home Popular Series Books Winter's Awakening: The Metahumans Emerge (Winter's Saga M indicated her class: Metahuman. She wasn’t four years old yet and she had been a test subject since she was an infant. Margo’s stomach churned.

Home Popular Series Books Winter's Awakening: The Metahumans Emerge (Winter's Saga Winter's Awakening: The Metahumans Emerge (Winter's Saga Author:Karen Luellen. Winter's Awakening: The Metahumans Emerge (Winter's Saga Karen Luellen. For. My best friend and husband, Dan. And for our children Kathryn, Connor, John and Caiden. whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. 1 Corinthians 10:31. M indicated her class: Metahuman.

Assumptions: I am a normal human being. I'm an average fifteen-year-old. I have always lived here, and I always will. This year will be like every other. But I'll soon find out... none of these assumptions are true.
Windforge
Winter’s Awakening turned out to be a rather underwhelming story, despite it’s rather large ideas. The story itself is not terrible, but for me personally it only fell into the realm of okay.

The story itself is fairly interesting, and I really like the ideas of metahumans…especially those unaware of their differences. However I did have issues with the way this played out and several key moments of the lot seemed more like situations of convenience than actual logic. The pacing was also fairly slow for such a small novel, and it sort of made the smaller problems more visible as I spent more time focusing on them.

I did like that the kids were slightly awkward given their odd upbringing and lack of actual communication with people other than each other, and the fact that they were more more mature and more immature in areas. And their individual abilities were also pretty cool and seeing them action was great…but it’s sort of odd that everything was handled so…”nicely”? The story itself feels somewhat un-detailed and added to the constant niceness of everyone it feels sort of at odds with how terrible the situation becomes.

Overall Winter’s Awakening was an interesting book, but failed to truly pull me in. It would be great for middle grade aged kids who like books along the same lines as James Patterson’s Maximum Ride series, but as it is I’m not sure I’ll be continuing this series anytime soon.
Tygralbine
The good:

1) Enough action to carry it forward to the conclusion with passages like "She was grooming us to become the soldiers she always knew we would have to be."
2) Interesting concept about the development of a metahuman race gifted with different powers
3) Playful humor between unrelated family members that had been adopted
4) The novel addition of a domesticated coyote

The not so good:

1) Run-on passages that say the same thing like "When I get my hands on them they're going to see the true meaning of "metahumans" and "This is my world, and he's about to feel my wrath."
2) All too convenient solutions like the passage "Her brother, Evan Winter, insisted that they had the same rare blood type..." when they were unrelated family members as mentioned before.
3) Cliches like "My possible demise at the hands of an evil scientist" and "He just wanted to create a perfect race"
4) The novel addition of a domesticated coyote which is described as "My knight in furry armor" and does the incredulous.

Bottom line is that while this book is aimed at the teen market it's still an ok light read for adults. I'll leave you with one final passage from the protagonist to her coyote so you may be the judge, "You did it, Maze! You're awesome!"
Owomed
Very interesting read. I loved the plot, enjoyed getting to know the characters and look forward to reading more about the Metahumans. There was enough action to keep me reading and I found that I was hesitant to put the book down.

Unfortunately I was unable to give 5 stars due to a few minor annoyances that a little editing would be able to take care of. There was a grammatical error that was found throughout the book. The word passed was used where the word past should have been used. Ex. "I hopped down the stairs and flew passed Dr. Andrews heading out the back door." The word in this sentence should have been past-- " I hopped down the stairs and flew past Dr. Andrews heading out the back door." This mistake was repeated several times throughout the book.

Another problem for me was that the story kept switching POV at inappropriate times. I would be reading along and all of the sudden in the middle of a sentence we would switch POV and I found that a bit disconcerting.

Overall though I did enjoy this freebie that I picked up for my Kindle at Amazon and I do intend to continue reading this series. I will purchase the next in the series and recommend them to friends.
Rit
I originally downloaded this for free and it has been sitting on my Kindle for a little while. Then I got a message from the author saying that she hoped I enjoyed the book :). Super nice and coincidently I was about to choose a new book to read.

Definitely glad I read this, though it's probably more geared towards people slightly (wink wink) younger than me. The book is broken up into lots of very short chapters. POV alternate between Meg and Dr. Williams. It can be a little confusing at times because it is mostly told from first person, sometimes breaking the "wall" between readers and characters, and sometimes told from what seems like third person.

Characters are likable; LOVED the relationship between the siblings (my heart holds a soft spot for good sibling relationships!). Oh, and I can't forget about Maze (did he perhaps he picked up on some of the kids' specialness?)! Plot is very straightforward, you always know who the villain is, and the storyline is easy to follow (meaning you can connect the dots without too much strain). Premise is very interesting and I like the subtle psychology behind the characters. Great set up for the rest of the series; I'm looking forward to reading me (evident by the fact that I read the book in a few hours).
WINTER'S AWAKENING: The Metahumans Emerge ebook
Author:
Karen Luellen
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