Sunday, May 13, 2012

Review: Whisper by Heather Hildenbrand

Whisper has lost so much. For the past six months she has been trying to deal with her parents deaths. So it's no surprise that when she comes across a boy unconscious and bleeding in the woods that she refuses to leave his side. She refuses to let him die. But could it be more than just an act of rescue? When the boy wakes with amnesia but starts having mysteriously real visions tied to himself and Whisper, they must ask themselves this very question. Could they be linked together by something more real and magical than Whisper could ever have imagined?

I absolutely fell in love with this book! I loved the rich Cherokee background and roots that made this story so magical to me. The characters are all so vivid and full of personality, especially Whisper so full of love, compassion , and hurt. The relationship between her and Dylan is so mysterious and alluring but yet at the same time so tender and sweet. You can't help but to feel a real connection with the characters whether it's love and compassion or contempt and disgust. The pace of the story is right on key with impeccable timing, that let's the story just flow so naturally with just the right amount of tension. This story has all the makings of a great read: love, romance, action , revenge, and destiny. I feel like this story will remain real to me for quite some time and will hold a spot on my favorites list for years to come.

**I received a digital copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. **

1 comment:

  1. I am always looking for a good book to read that keeps me interested. This looks like a good read that will keep me turning the page :) Thanks for sharing!