Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Review | Nadia's Tears by Julie C. Gilbert @AuthorGilbert

Title: Nadia's Tears
Series: Devya's Children: Book 2
Author: Julie C. Gilbert
Released: July 31, 2013
Genre: YA Sci-Fiction

Jillian must enter Nadia's dreams to wake her from a mysterious coma. In Nadia's dreams, Jillian meets several versions of her sister, including the elegant Queen Elena, fierce Naidine, and heartbroken Nadie. Meanwhile, Danielle must save her friend Christy from making choices that could get them both killed.


Nadia's story is brought to the surface and we get a taste of a few other characters that are close to her.  Jillian has her work cut out for her and Danielle also plays a key roll in this Devya's Children Series installment.

Nadia's in trouble, needing the help of Jillian's gift before it's too late and Nadia's lost forever.  Jillian and Danielle come up with a plan to get Jillian at Nadia's side, once again under the watchful eye of Dr. Devya.  With Malia's help Jillian enters Nadia's dream world and she is overwhelmed by what she has to take on.  Nadia's story unfolds as the story progresses and Jillian learns truths hidden in the memory banks of Nadia's mind.

Danielle learns of her friends mother's illness and wants to help Christy but is not sure where to start or what to do.  Seeking advise and understanding of her friends situation, Nadia's words of wisdom help formulate a plan.  Only after taking Nadia's advise do the two girls find themselves in trouble and they realize an escape is their only option...

The cover comes to life after reading Nadia's Tears, representing the story and the characters perfectly.

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Julie mainly confines her writing to three genres: Christian inspirational, YA real-world science fiction, and normal science fiction.

She likes teaching, writing, reading, sleeping, doing puzzles, and hanging out with friends. (Not necessarily in that order)

Writing has made her super picky about the things she reads but normally, her reading list includes something that fits under the thriller, mystery, science fiction, or fantasy.

Occasionally, she attempts short poetry. The poems turn into songs, which she sings with abandon when nobody's looking.

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