Sunday, February 17, 2013
Kallos by Khelsey Jackson
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Kallos is a shy sixteen year old girl unready to face the world, but when she meets Ian and Sean Hunter the world will open up for her. Secrets revealed are to much to bear and her past life as a goddess, unimaginable. A visit from the goddess Aphrodite, Kallos is told her soul mate must be found or her life will be forfeit. Kallos desperate to find her one true match has discovered she may have two possibilities. Kallos has a choice to make and her decisions may have life ending consequences.
I received this book from the author to give an honest review.
Okay first let me say Kallos a very interesting read for me. It has a love triangle like no other, there is references to the greek gods and goddess. Kallos is suppose to become the reincarnation of the goddess Aphrodite, she finds this out after she turns sixteen.
She is the new girl in town, her father is the principal of the school she will be attending. From the first day everything is a bit different and a bit strange.
In learning this she also finds out that she has a soul mate not one but TWO! Wow! But who will she pick? I find myself going for Sean and rooting for him as he is always so sweet, and I love how he always calls her Babe. Now Ian Sean's brother I thought he was all sweet at first but then he started acting a bit weird (which you find out why later on) but then towards the end you wonder about him truly. Kallos ends up with some pretty cool powers and maybe more as the story goes on. We will just have to see. The way the author has it where Kallos goes through the change of being reincarnated as a teenager instead of being born reincarnated that was really great.
The ending has you wondering who will Kallos pick?
Now the reason I have this book 4 stars is because on more than one account there was a mix up with names and I believe that those should have been caught. Along with the spelling errors that would pop up every now and then not very often. Other than that it was a really good read, I do hope to read more from this author in the future and would recommend this book to the YA and up.
My Rating: 4 wine glasses
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