When Kaitlyn Alder is involuntarily introduced to a life of magic, she becomes part of an organization hell-bent on saving the Earth. Her new found life holds promises of purpose, romance, and friendship, but the organization divides and a rogue member holds Kaitlyn hostage.
Now one of the most terrifying men the human race has to offer stands between her and Earth's survival. She carries more than elemental powers.
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One she won't be able to hide much longer. As the strongest Gaia the planet has ever seen, she must face mankind's greatest enemy as he campaigns for "One Less: Depopulation. Her family. The Seven. The Earth. Something has to give, and it won't be Kaitlyn.
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Elemental magic is a weapon of power, on both sides of the war. The Seven has another leader, Kaitlyn is a new mother, and everyone is busy building their armies. During one battle, the secret to Akasha is discovered, and the race to master it is on. With all eyes on the prize, what matters most gets left behind. Don't waste your credit. I might have liked this better if the narrator didn't have such a monotonous reading style.
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It isn't that she reads in a monotone, but that she ends every sentence with the same pitch cadence. At first, I thought the book was being read by a computer-generated voice. Then, there's the actual story. I found it to be predictable, in an unbelievable sort of way. It reminded me of 's network television.
That would be fine, if this were satire - but I don't believe that the author intended it as such. Terry harmony yes Narrator NO. Different narrator needed.
It's much like valley girl speak after an attempt. Many sentences end with an upward lilt.
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It's also whiny. What disappointed you about Akasha? I don't read books to glorify brutality or depraved sex acts. What could Terra Harmony have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
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Not write it at all. Seek help. If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Akasha?
Remove it from your catalog. This was a horrible book. It took effort to actually listen to it. The only reason I did was because I spent the money on it. What made the experience of listening to Akasha the most enjoyable? The plot is brilliant with twists and turns you don't see coming.
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Terra paces everything perfectly. What did you like best about this story? The character growth for all the characters throughout the story. Initially I found Emily's narration to be a bit staccato getting in to the book. She didn't really draw me into the characters until about halfway through the first book where her pace evened out. I found that I enjoyed her voice when she acts out the other characters like Micah, Shawn and Cato more than when she is the main character Kaitlyn. By book two I settled into her narration style a little bit better and she became the characters more fully.
Her transitions were fluid which helped the flow of the story. Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry? This was a great adventure and one that I will gladly listen to again! Get a free audiobook. Akasha The Complete Saga.
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