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    Younger audiences will love this

    This is not a book that I would have chosen myself, but because I currently have restricted access to broadband I asked Whispering Stories to send something at random and Truth was one of the books that I received. Out of choice, I do not read Paranormal, Romance or Teenage books so why was I captured by this book that has all those elements and was told in the first person by a sixteen year old schoolgirl? The answer is simple. The story zipped along, it was very easy to read and it was well written. Because of the Intro chapter, we had the advantage of knowing more than the narrator so to some extent we knew where the base story and the romance were heading but there was still a lot of entertainment along the way. The book is published by Oleah Publishing which suggests that it is self-published. If so, then Michelle and her proof readers are to be congratulated because there are hardly any grammatical or typographical errors. The only exception appeared to be the use of an apostrophe every time the plural of Oleah was used, but maybe in Oleahan written language it is correct! The book is the first in a series and I can see that a second book Oleah Chronicles: Justice has already been published. At the end of Truth the story is still very much open and while it ends at a pivotal moment in Angel’s life there are many threads still hanging, some of which are added to in the preview chapter for Oleah Chronicles: Justice which was at the end of my copy of Truth. Because I have read so little in this genre, it is difficult for me to compare it to its competition in the current market place, but although I do not fit the target audience, I enjoyed it and I cannot see why a younger audience should not give it a try. After all, Amazon will put it on your Kindle for just 99p and it will take just a few hours to read.
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    3 stars

    Overall, I thought this was a good introduction to a new series. It was fast paced and fun. What I enjoyed the most about this story was the characters. Angel was a normal teenager who worried about her grades and gossiped with her best friend about the cutest guy in school. She also had amazing parents who really cared about her. This story was fast-paced, but I wish it hadn’t been quite so fast. The action was non-stop and the reader barely had any time to digest the new information that was being revealed. The book is just under 200 pages, and that does not allow for a lot of time to explain the details of an entirely new mythical species. Oleah Chronicles: Truth told a story that was like nothing I have ever read before. It was a fun read and I am interested in seeing what comes next. This is an impressive debut novel and I look forward to seeing this series grow. If you are looking for a unique fantasy / paranormal read that will suck you into the action quickly, then check this one out.

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