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by Kelly Libsack

Free eBook Preordained: (Preordained Series: #1) download ISBN: 1456497499
Author: Kelly Libsack
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 1, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 244
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1987 mb
Size FLAC: 1328 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Kelly Libsack did a wonderful job writing it and I eagerly await the sequel.

I really enjoyed reading Preordained. Kelly Libsack did a wonderful job writing it and I eagerly await the sequel. Sep 17, 2012 Maureen Hoar rated it it was amazing.

I have a wandering mind that doesn't like to settle down unless it's focused on creating a story.

3 primary works, 3 total works. There are two new boys on campus, and their sexy.

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Once again Kelly Libsack has created a fascinating story surrounded by intriguing, heartfelt characters. Another one of her novels where I read the whole thing within two days!! The author grabs your attention right from the beginning and never puts you down. I loved the inclusion of Stonehenge and the way it was woven into the story.

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My first reaction to this was so much promise was wasted. The author perhaps got caught up in the idea of a trilogy that the focus was on put as much in as possible right now to capture interest. It didn't work which is a shame as it is well-written despite a few editing issues and the characters themselves are great.

There was no real development to the plot and the characters suffer because of it. Our 18 year old saviour of the world suddenly finds herself attracted to two men, sees one do some pretty horrible things and is still confused about who it should be? Really? It may have worked with some build up in the action and the emotions but instead it all 'just happens' and is more annoying than anything else. It makes our heroine superficial and stupid not young and naïve.

The idea was a good one but a trilogy is a great way to build suspense, to have a love affair with the stars of the action and to simply enjoy and I'm afraid this first effort doesn't encourage me to read the second.
I was hooked from the first few pages at the way these painful emotions have been described. Being torn between not only two men, but good and evil, when you don't even believe there is a god.. To be the "Chosen one" for deities you don't even believe in can wreck havoc on your soul, and soon will show you that there really is something to believe in out there, but its up to you to make the choice of who you think this supreme being may be
This was a great read. The main character was very likeable. Being left alone in the world can be scaring and finding out why they moved all the time didn't help any. Who wants to hold the fate of everyone in the palm of their hands. The story flowed really well and it was almost like watching a tv in my head. The two angels were likeable. I was almost rooting for seth. How much she was drawn to him was almost creepy. I was confused when both ended up vanishing. Off to read book 2.
I really enjoyed this book.

The beginning is definitely a little slow. You learn about Faith, her weird upbringing, and strange lack of friends. She is overwhelmed by grief from her father's death, and even tries to end her own life.

Then, some weird things begin to happen. Sometimes I get annoyed with the heroine because when they have something odd happen you feel as though they should start figuring out that something is up, but not so much with Faith. Her grief is so sincere and overwhelming that you get the idea she is not in a healthy place and she has the right to attribute the weirdness to her current overwhelming emotions.

Once she starts college, everything begins to change. She gets an annoyingly chipper roomie, and meets some interesting guys. I do think that she is definitely a little overly naive at the beginning, but I can forgive it because the author makes sure to explain at the beginning of the book that Faith has never had any real relationships with anyone but her father.

Once Faith finds out "who" she is, and what her purpose is, the book really gets going. The struggle between Kort and Seth is very good, I like that Faith recognizes her attraction to both, but realizes she has different feelings for each. I also like that she is strong and independent and does not sit around and wait to be rescued, but uses her head to try and rescue herself.

The end of the book provides some important information for both Faith and the reader. Faith learns that Seth and Kort's love for her are very different, and that Kimmie has ultimately made a decision as for who is better for her, and who she trusts. It is a good ending and a good book overall.

My one complaint is that the beginning is a bit slow and tedious, but once you do get to the action, the book is paced well. I definitely enjoyed it, and would recommend it for others to read as well.
I love this series! I had a little trouble getting into it at first because I was a little confused, but by about Chapter 5 it made sense and I was hooked. I read this book and the next two in the series within two days! I love how good conquers evil and the characters were so vivid that I felt as if I was right in the fight with them! I would definately recommend both this book and the next two!
OMG or OMS! Faith doesn't have much faith in life. She's had a ruff and unloving life. Never knowing her mother, and now she had the difficult decision to pull the plug of her father's life. Life is just so unfair. She's truly questioning God's existence. While in college, she meets Seth a gorgeous blonde haired Hotty. Then she meets Kort, a green eyed Sex-God. Attracted and drawn to both of them for different reasons. Suddenly there's a change of events. This is no longer about who she prefers. But, rather choosing good or evil. It all depends on her. Which will she choose? At times, this book can be hard to follow. But overall, I REALLY enjoyed this book. It had a good combination of fact and creativity. I can't wait to read the next installment.
I went about this all wrong. I was so enthused about the series that I wrote a review for Book 2 and should have written one for Book 1 first. So let me rectify:
This series captured me from page 1...the books are so well written; so intriguing that I couldn't put it down until the very end and then wished that it would go on. Then I immediately downloaded Book 2...Sure wasn't disappointed! As far as I'm concerned this Series is going to be outstanding! (Can you tell I really, really, like it?!) This is a wonderful book for romantics (like me!) I don't want to tell anything about the plot because, if I happened to come across some "spoilers", I would have been very disappointed. All I will say is that it was well worth the small price and after the first book I would have been willing to pay more for the second, just so the story would continue. The writing is refreshing and insightful and at times very poignant, I was very touched in the manner in which Kelly Libsack expresses poignant moments. She is a very talented and eloquent writer.
this seems like a really good book but there is NO WAY in hell i would pay $499.98 for a paperback book. i don't understand what is going on. wanted to bring this to the authors attention.