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Saturday, February 8, 2014

Review: See How She Runs by Michelle Graves

See How She Runs 
(The Chronicles of Izzy #1)
 by Michelle Graves
Edition: Ebook (209 Pages)
Published: July 11th 2013 by Michelle Graves
Source: For Review from Author

One delivery changed her whole life.

Izzy was a normal girl living in Chicago as a bike messenger before that fateful day. She delivered one package and set into action a chain of events she never could have expected.

Now she is running for her life from the Corporation, her best friend is not at all who he seemed, and to top it all off she keeps having visions.

Will she survive to navigate the waters as a Seer? Will her feelings for Kennan be her very downfall? Find out in See How She Runs.

 ( Although I received this for review my review is still 100% honest.)

I'm so glad I had the opportunity to read this book because it was well worth it. See How She Runs pulls you into its storyline pretty fast. Then not to long after the plot twists begin, let me say that I was not expecting any of them.

The main character for this book is named Izzy. She is a bike messenger in the city of Chicago, who lives with her attractive roommate Kennan. Soon enough though she finds outs that she is a seer and her life turns upside down. I really loved Izzy, I thought that she was very clever with a lot of her smart comebacks. She is also very strong, mentally, and brave for what she goes though within this book.

Kennan is the main male character within the book, who I was very surprised by. He works in a bar in Chicago and seems to be Izzy's best friend. The only thing is he hides secrets that takes Izzy some time to figure out. I found his character to be confusing at first but then I was rather intrigued by him. I feel like he really cares about Izzy and would do anything to protect her. He is really sweet with Izzy, but they had a lot of conflicting moments through out the book.

A character who I really enjoyed in the book was Ian. He pops up later in the story and is one of Kennan's friends. I found that he was a lot of the comedy relief through out the drama between Kennan and Izzy. I think that his character really helped the book move along with the story. I found myself laughing out loud with a lot of Ian based events.

I was really not disappointed with this read. It was very unpredictable where I was shocked within each of its turns. I found this to be a quick and fun read, it was really descriptive  and easy to read. I wasn't confused at all while reading this book just curious with the choices certain characters made. I would say this is a really good read and not a time waster. If you think you are interested in the storyline I would recommend reading it because you wont regret it. I diffidently want to see what will happen next in this series.

I gave this book 4.5 out 5 bats. (No bats were harmed in the rating for this book)

About the Author:
Michelle Graves is a self-proclaimed nomad, moving every two to three years with her husband the Army man, her beautiful daughter, and a fat tailless cat named Torri. When she is not writing away trying to purge her mind of yapping characters she can be found entertaining her daughter, attempting to craft (whilst trying not to injure herself with the glue gun), baking yummy treats, or reading. She admits to having a restless spirit and forces her family to go out on adventures whenever possible. They lovingly play along. If you want to find out more about her be sure to check out her facebook page or on her blog http://michellegraveswrites.blogspot....

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