Monday, August 13, 2012

Book Review of The Days Before

Book Review of The Days Before Sponsored by Bewitching Book Club

The Days Before
By Nichola Moffat and Lubowa M.Planet

Genre: Fantasy
ISBN: 978-1470153434
ASIN: B007K8DC32

Number of pages: 358
Word Count: 41,188

Blurb : 

The days before is a novel of Fantasy and mystery.

In this novel, Ollie Connor is a man with many answers, but his very existence raises many more questions, just as Emylya is about to find out.

When Emylya has an accident which brings her close to losing her life she ends up in Ollie's world, a place between death and life. Back on Earth her body is in a deep coma which she may never wake from. Ollie can change that. He's an Angel of Death and one with an offer to make.

To get the offer means you’ve missed an opportunity, one that could have brought you untold happiness. Emylya can, if she chooses, go back to Earth for thirty days, and try to find her opportunity on the condition she forfeits her life entirely afterwards. Or she can lay back in her coma, and wait. It all comes down to how much she values her forever.

Enter Sam Fisher; he’s smart, handsome and about to burst into Emylya’s life in a riot of colour, taking her on a journey that will change both of their lives forever.

About the Author:

Nichola first started writing at the age of fourteen when she was entered into a local essay competition through school. Out of nearly three hundred entrants she came first, her prize being having her work published and receiving a laptop, and having caught the writing bug she has not stopped churning out words since.

By the age of seventeen she'd won another two competitions, had a short story published, won an award for her work and self-published two novels. Despite having a deep love for fiction she has also published  press releases, submitted several articles to a variety of websites and aided the company she previously worked for with business letters, press releases for both newspaper and radio and in-store posters.

Nichola Moffat was born in the United Kingdom where she currently lives at Cornhill on Tweed, Northumberland.

Book Review:

            I think it would be amazing to be given a do-over.  I love books where the hero(ine) gets to go back and re-do something.  This story was so precious.  That’s the best word I can think of for it.  It’s a romance, but it’s also terribly sad.
            Would you choose to come back for 30 days to make a change in your life knowing that you only had 30 days?   Or would you choose to take your chances?  That’s the basic issue in this book.   It is skillfully written so that each new revelation is peeled back like layers from an onion or petals from a flower until the core is revealed and we see the true gift or solution to choosing a re-do.
            I give this story 4 out of 5 stars.

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