by Jodi Meadows
Published by: Katherine Tegen
Released On: January 29th, 2013
*Please note, this review was based from an ARC*
Jodi Meadows is phenomenally talented when it comes to writing! I am just blown away by how beautifully written this series is. I was left in awe, and just completely speechless at times while reading Asunder.
Ana knows that the people still don't accept her. And truth is, with her and Sam living outside of Heart and off by themselves, I enjoyed that a bit. We get to see a little one on one with them. A sense of peace even though Ana struggles with still not being accepted by the townspeople.
How odd, that the sylph showed up around the cottage and didn't seem to pose as a threat. And later, this played as a big factor, I loved, and never expected. Another factor in showing Meadows' talent.
Realizing that they must go back into Heart, they make it back and settle into Sam's house, only to face a town that refuses to accept a newsoul. But what's to come is so unexpected, no unbelievable, so shocking. The truth that has been hidden from Heart for so many years is about to surface, and nobody wants to believe it. Coming from a newsoul, how can they? I feel so sorry for Ana, as she struggles for acceptance, guidance, and truth.
Heart is about to get an awakening like never before, nobody is ready, no one prepared. But it's coming, like it, or not.
Received for review purposes from the publisher.