The Awakening



[PDF / Epub] ☂ The Awakening ✐ G.L. Twynham – E17streets4all.co.uk The Awakening As the widow of a Nyterian dictator, Val Saunders has been relieved of duty on Alchany after narrowly avoiding Extraction Now, with the help of the Warden, she finds herself reunited wit The Awakening As the widow of a Nyterian dictator, Val Saunders has been relieved of duty on Alchany after narrowly avoiding Extraction Now, with the help of the Warden, she finds herself reunited with her birth mother in , surrounded by her friends, and in the process of a Transformation But with a civil war raging and a history changing witch hunt in full swing, things are about to get a little heated.The Awakening

Born in Wellingborough in , Georgia was brought up with her two older brothers in a sleepy Leicestershire village until at the age of fifteen, her parents decided to move abroad, taking her with them A new country and a new language helped her come out of her shell and for eleven years, she lived and worked on the beautiful island of MenorcaGeorgia wrote short stories and poetry from an early age but her real passion for writing didn t truly emerge until she was Writing for her own web site and articles for magazines helped to support her and her daughter Georgia felt there was a need for a strong British female heroine She also wanted a main character that had a normal family, with problems that most teenagers young adults in this country might be experiencing and could relate to And so Val Saunders, daughter to Mike and Susan Saunders, was bornGeorgia spends time with her daughter in their little white cottage in Leicestershire and her life is filled with promoting her books, writing, running, and walking.

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  • Paperback
  • 360 pages
  • The Awakening
  • G.L. Twynham
  • English
  • 03 December 2019
  • 178148659X

10 thoughts on “The Awakening

  1. says:

    The thirteenth series is amazing and like books 1,2 and 3 book four is absolutely amazing, kept me glued till the very end but so did the others xD, once again truly amazing work by Georgia Twynham can t wait for book five will be truly awesomesauce xxxRecommended read as well as the other three books GET READING PEOPLE

  2. says:

    I was already reading two other books when I received my copy of The Awakening , and had to wait in growing anticipation to read the latest instalment.Having now read it, I can sum it up as totally imaginative, always unpredictable and a strong addition to the Thirteenth series.We start The Awakeningor less where we left off in Nyteria Rising, but a good dose of time travelling keeps you alert to try and track down plot lines, which are teasingly elusive throughout It s hard to determine I was already reading two other books when I received my copy of The Awakening , and had to wait in growing anticipation to read the latest instalment.Having now read it, I can sum it up as totally imaginative, always unpredictable and a strong addition to the Thirteenth series.We start The Awakeningor less where we left off in Nyteria Rising, but a good dose of time travelling keeps you alert to try and track down plot lines, which are teasingly elusive throughout It s hard to determine if this book adds additional back story to Val s history or is a new adventure in itself such is the way with time travel, and Twynham appears to achieve both in one go.We certainly get to learn a lothistory about all our favourite protagonists and antagonists, with a wonderful increase in the amount of magic used In her writing, Twynham definitely comes through as an authority in her authentic depiction of witches sustaining our belief throughout ie good Magic Realism.Thanks to Adele and Jason , I assume, the grammar was much better for the first two thirds, but fell down quite significantly, in comparison, for the last third, with a very confusing use of Brigit on page 201 which should have been Belinda.I am also very happy that Twynham has again hit a level of writing that breaks away from the specific teenage genre, opening this book up to a wider audience in keeping with the first book in the series There has been wide fluctuations in the audience of each of the Thirteenth series, which is understandable for new authors, but it isconfusing for us readers if there is no apparent reason for the fluctuations With specific reasons, the fluctuations are not a problem I enjoyed the Moonlighting TV series specifically because certain episodes were far outside the conventional style.On the downside however, I feel the writing lacks in character depth and progression, and I would expect greater authorship skills in this fourth and future books.Val s journey is archetypical of the Hero, which develops the character and takes them on a journey With female heroes, their typical journey is one of self awareness, self development and self progress whereas men s journeys are typically about physical prowess This is where I find Val is lacking in depth so far she has a very interesting character but we very rarely get to discover what is going on inside her In many cases we are told what is happening, but I want the author to let us feel what is happening on apersonal level.I also find that Val does very little, especially in this book, and relies mostly on her friends and new acquaintances to get her out of trouble I want her to take chargeoften, rally her troops, be the leader, which Twynham certainly knows how to do, as shown on page 120 Val does undergo a change in this book, and I am hoping this is an opportunity for Twynham to take Val in aconsistent, stronger direction.To finish my downsides , I have to rally the call. get the grammar sorted The good things in books from J.K Rowling s Harry Potter, and Eoin Colfer s Artemis Fowl which I think The Thirteenth series could equal , is that the writing style or grammar never breaks the spell of being immersed in the story In conclusion, Twynham has the envious gift of being able to tell a story, and The Awakening is a must have for any readers of the previous Thirteenth series It has a monumental battle and leaves some very imaginative and tantalising openings for whatever follows, although I personally think it should have finished at chapter 26

  3. says:

    Fantastic but now I need book 5

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