Saturday, October 11, 2014

Title: Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter book 1
Author: Elle Boca
Publisher: Poyeen Publishing
Publication Date: November 2013
Genre: Urban Fantasy

 Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter tells the story of a pretty yet ordinary young woman whose life is transformed beyond her imaginings when a traumatic incident changes her forever. An unexpected encounter with the father she never knew and a mysterious man that repels and attracts her at the same time leads her to discover she's not who she thinks she is. Amy, unassuming, intelligent, with newly acquired superhuman skills, lives in a historic Miami waterfront estate. She’s about to discover that a secure location, youth and special abilities may not be enough to protect her from whoever wants her dead.

Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter follows Amy's journey of self discovery among the Weeia, others like her who have extra long lives and superhuman abilities. At first glance, life for Amy seems idyllic and full of promise. It proves to be the opposite when she finds out someone wants to kill her for no reason. She seeks refuge and guidance from friends but soon she realizes things are not as they appear. She must become self sufficient and find a way out of her predicament.

Unelmoija begins when Amy finds her self alone in the world. Her sister is somewhere unknown at the moment, and her mother had to go away to take care of some things. The problem is Amy is in danger. She's unsure if it is the newly found "Father" she has, or if it could be the mysterious young man who she seems to attract and repel at the same time. Add all this into the fact that she has some abilities she's just learning how to use, and her world is getting turned upside down. But Amy will do her best to learn to keep up. 

This book was very interesting. I liked it for the unique aspects to it, and because of Amy and her new friend. 
It has a lot of mystery and intrigue as well. The plot line was interesting, and had a couple of twists to it. And the characters were very fun and interesting. The only main issue I had with the book was at times it felt like the writing wasn't very clear, or it skipped over certain things and made it sometimes hard to follow exactly what was going on. Other than that I enjoyed the story, and found it very interesting.
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