Unbroken Beings

  • Title: Unbroken Beings
  • Author: Kristina Circelli
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  • Page: 408
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    About Kristina Circelli


    1. Kristina Circelli is the author of adult and YA fiction novels A descendent of the Cherokee nation, Circelli holds both a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in English from the University of North Florida Currently, she works as both a copywriter and creative writing professor, in addition to writing her own novels Her latest series, The Whisper Legacy, is steeped in the spoken narratives of Native American lore, and is at once a gripping story of a father s love and his search for redemption as well as a written record of a Nation s belief system Part adventure, part myth, and altogether riveting, this series from Kristina Circelli signifies the emergence of an important voice in Native American literature Circelli currently resides in Jacksonville, Florida with her husband, Seth, and cat, Sir Whisky Sour.


    501 Comments


    1. Such a heartwarming and heartbreaking book all in one It s a coming of age story and finding who you really are Incredibly touching.

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    2. There aren t many sequels that are better than Book 1, but I truly enjoyed this book It was exciting to get to know the characters , see they do have flaws but find love through their many obstacles.

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    3. Once again I am blown away I love the real life struggle of the character and how she has to fight to become a better person and find love again

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    4. I finished this book in a day I just couldn t put it down I m so glad the author decided to read a sequel And thank you Madison for sending that email I think book two was my favorite I love how caster and Evie s story played out I loved how Evie had to fight and be brave and heal before she could truly admit to love again I loved all the new people and animals IOnce again I cried like a baby at some parts and it made me look up how I could do my part and helping animals This was an eye opening [...]

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    5. First and foremost, according to the acknowledgements at the back, we have a middle schooler named Madison to thank for this book SoANK YOU MADISON I finished the first book, Fragile Creatures, knowing that this book was waiting for me Even though the first book was meant as a stand alone I, like Madison, wasn t ready for this story to be over I wanted to read of Evie and Caster and like all true romantics wondered if they would ever get together Not to mention they head to Africa this time aro [...]

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    6. Incredible This is an absolutely beautiful story The descriptions of the animals and the African landscape are so detailed and vivid that you feel as if you are experiencing the story, not merely reading it Not to mention the characters I had to remind myself that Evie is not an actual person This is one book that I am absolutely in love with.

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    7. This was a follow up to the earlier, Fragile Creatures It was lovely to catch back up with all of the characters and get to visit a new location I thoroughly enjoyed this story and appreciate the research that must have gone into it You won t regret either book

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    8. This book was great Fragile Creatures left me wanting and this book definitely answered I have a new found love of those who work with animals.

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    9. Once again, Circelli had me bawling like a freaking baby and then laughing a few pages later Mostly bawling, though I d hate her if I didn t love her so much Her writing Not her I don t even know her.The first book Fragile Creatures was phenomenal on its own, so I was a little nervous about where Unbroken Beings would take Evangeline and Caster Lucky for all of us, it was even better than the first All of the characters emotion come through so easily in Circelli s words, pulling you into the min [...]

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    10. Our Journey continues from Fragile Creatures where Evie s dream to find a place she can make a difference in the world leads her back to the Kindred Wildlife Preserve Still struggling to cope with the hand that life has dealt her and heal both physically and emotionally, her love of animals takes her to Africa to new friends, new challenges and new dangers Her naivety and inexperience in the ways of the world lead her into dangerous situations and cause her to misconstrue the actions of the peop [...]

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