Paradox – The emotions are palpable and grave, raw. Jayde Scott (Author – Doomed)
Did you have a favorite character and if so why?
Abaddon – because he’s the bad guy yet so very interesting. I could actually see something deep in him, even though he wasn’t a fan of mortals. I thought he was right with some of the points he raised about humanity.
Who was your second favorite character and why?
Wade – because he takes his role of protecting Grace seriously and doesn’t budge, not even when faced with great danger. I think that makes a true hero.
What part of the book did you enjoy the most? The Angel parts (The ancient world) or Grace (today’s world)
I absolutely adored the angel parts because they were like nothing I’ve ever read before. They were dark and very descriptive, and absolutely horrific if they are true.
Do you remember what parts or chapters you liked the most?
When Lisbon dissipates into nothing – the emotions in that scene are palpable and grave, raw. I loved the description and the gloomy atmosphere scared me to death. That I call earth shattering writing.
Do you remember what parts you liked the least?
Don’t think there was anything I didn’t like about this book.
What aspects of the story would you like to know more about?
The angels part, of course. I thought that part was so original; I’d love to dive deeper.
If you could change one thing about the story, what would it be?
Take away some of Kate’s pain because it was so sad, and yet I know that part is very important to the story arc as a whole.
What are you hoping to read more about in book 2?
The angel houses. I’m obsessed with them because it’s all so different to what the world believes.
One free copy to a reader daily of Paradox – The Angels Are Here.
Due for release in November 2011.
Two Worlds. One Ancient – One New.
How does a little girl reliving the brutal deaths of others fit into this Ancient World –
Where lives are bound by blood – and nothing is as it seems?