Monday, April 23, 2012

Review: The Eternal Ones by Kirsten Miller

Title: The Eternal Ones
Author: Kristen Miller
Publisher: Razor Bill
Year of Release: 2010
ISBN: 9780141331997
Source: Purchased
Number of Pages: 411
Ever since Haven Moore can remember, she's experienced visions of a previous life as a girl named Constance, whose love for her soulmate Ethan ended in tragedy. And then the sight of the world's hottest movie star, Iain Morrow, brings Haven to her knees. She knows she has met him before. Is Iain her beloved Ethan?
Unable to deny her past any longer, seventeen year old Haven flees to New York to find him- and an epic love affair begins. But it is both deeply fated and terribly dangerous. Can Haven unlock the deadly secrets hidden in her past lives- and loves- before all is lost and Ethan disappears again... forever?
This entrancing mystery thriller was amazing. I loved every second I spent reading it. Incredibly thought-provoking and very well written, Kirsten Miller has produced an excellent book that was sure to give birth (for lack of a better expression) to many fans. The idea of reincarnation is a very interesting debate topic and I had a lot of fun getting a quick glimpse into the conspiracies behind it. The Eternal Ones contained everything on the Book Nerd & Critic checklist. Whimsical character? Check. Great descriptive language? Check. Humorous? Check. Thought-provoking? Double check. You can't help but admire Haven's character. She's just an innocent girl at the beginning of her life, thrown into a world she doesn't understand. Following her journey through The Eternal Ones has been a great pleasure and I cannot wait to read the next installment, All You Desire. 
I highly recommend this book if you're looking for something a little different to read.

Links; - Official website for The Eternal Ones. I recommend having a read of the 'About the Author' section to get an insight of the woman behind the story.  

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