The Awakening: Part One

The Awakening Part One The Druid War has ended after a year of bloody combat as Lycan armies battled each other to decide the course of civilization Kestrel and her Lycan army have been defeated by the Druidess Sylvanis Ly

  • Title: The Awakening: Part One
  • Author: Michael Timmins
  • ISBN: 9781539638612
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Druid War has ended after a year of bloody combat, as Lycan armies battled each other to decide the course of civilization Kestrel and her Lycan army have been defeated by the Druidess Sylvanis Lycan army Kestrel, unbeknownst to Sylvanis, has cast a powerful spell Upon her death, her essence shall remain upon this Earth until the last stone of the Calendar, what weThe Druid War has ended after a year of bloody combat, as Lycan armies battled each other to decide the course of civilization Kestrel and her Lycan army have been defeated by the Druidess Sylvanis Lycan army Kestrel, unbeknownst to Sylvanis, has cast a powerful spell Upon her death, her essence shall remain upon this Earth until the last stone of the Calendar, what we know now as Stonehenge, falls The spell will also awaken the power of lycanthropy in the ancestors of her champions, allowing her to cheat death and return to once again wage war on civilization Sylvanis executes Kestrel for her crimes, thus setting in motion Kestrel s spell Sylvanis discovers the deceit and is left with no alternative but to cast a spell of her own When Kestrel s spell goes into effect, Sylvanis will be reborn, and her champions will awake as well, to fight against Kestrel and her Lycans Two millennia have passed and the last stone has fallen Kestrel s spell awakens her Sylvanis is reborn with almost no recollection of who she once was Kestrel will stop at nothing to destroy her and her Lycans before they can discover their powers and find each other Now, four individuals find within themselves the power of lycanthropy awakened, the Wolf, Boar, Tiger and Rat They must learn to control this newfound power as they discover they are a part of an ancient war between two Druidesses Will they learn to use their powers in time
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    • Mandie says:

      This book was fast paced. Lots of action. I really enjoyed it. The author did a great job writing it. I feel it could of been better, had the POV not kept changing. I will continue to read the series.I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own

    • Nikki Landis says:

      I love paranormal and dark stories. The Awakening doesn't disappoint as it spins a tale of ancient prophecies, Were shifters, strong magic, and the eternal struggle of good vs. evil. Two Druidess priests on opposite sides of a Lycan war will face each other and all that threatens to destroy the world as we know it. The fascinating twist on shifters alone makes this story an incredible read. Werewolves, Weretigers, and Wereboars are just to name a few. The action is fast paced and sets off relati [...]

    • Coco.V says:

      💝 FREE on today (1/3/2018)!💝

    • William Moll says:

      Refreshing to see a book about werewolves or vampires that isn't a teenage love drama. Review in progress but enjoyable read so far

    • S.K. Gregory says:

      Magic, werecreatures and an epic war. This book has it all. A fast paced read that fantasy fans will love. I would recommend it.

    • K.A. Denver says:

      This was not what I was expecting at all. Being Irish myself I was loving the two female druids and how Timmins weaved their war and its fall out was masterful. This had a unique take on many old hashed out things such as Were's and the like, I found it refreshing and I really got hooked. (So much so that when I was to be working I found myself instead locked away with my kindle reading this little gem)The story in the begining was a little slow moving but when it got going it truly found its fe [...]

    • Bran Pendergrass says:

      The Awakening: Part one by Michael Timmons ***I was provided this book for an honest review on NetGalley***I was very excited to read this book after I read a recommendation review from a fellow blogger. From the very first page, I knew I was going to love this book and I was right! I currently have a preference for books that have characters are bloodthirsty and vicious! That pretty much describes every character in this book! When I read that this book was going to be about weres and Lycans I [...]

    • Brandon Dawe says:

      *POSSIBLE SPOLIERS AHEAD*The Awakening Part One (TAPO) is the first book in a series about two druidesses’ war over environmental ethics. One believes that humans should be contained and limited to prevent destruction of the Earth. The other believes that humans are a part of nature and should be allowed to grow as they need to (neither directly state what they believe so those explanations are from reading between the lines). Both druidesses use lycans as their soldiers in this war. The story [...]

    • Kelly Stock says:

      When I read the blurb I was excited, this really is the kind of book I love to read. The Awakening had an interesting concept with were animals rather than just the usual werewolves. I think it's difficult to get a fresh take on such a well used (and loved) subject so kudos to the author for thinking up something fresh and interesting. I enjoyed the premise with the two female druids who were pitted against each other, the 'dark' Kestrel and the 'light' Sylvanis who are both leaders of warring w [...]

    • Paperback Kingdom says:

      REVIEWED BY PAPERBACK KINGDOM BOOK BLOG:The war between two druids has been paused, and now that centuries have passed, an ancient spell creates a loophole that allows them to reawaken from the dead once more to finish what they started. With this comes the awakening of lycanthropy power in four induvial, who must learn to control their newfound abilities and stop the war before it’s too late.Wow! The Awakening: Part One is a definite must-read for lovers of fantasy and ancient lore and legend [...]

    • A. Rose says:

      This book was difficult for me to put down. It is very fast-paced and incredibly detailed oriented. Something I often find lacking in a lot of Fantasy novels I have read. The Awakening: Part One, is more than just a story, it is a series of stories of people that find themselves linked together through one event. As I was reading, I found myself wanting to know more about Kestrel and Sylvania. The story between these two is what drove me to continue reading. The prologue of this book reeled me i [...]

    • Kat says:

      Rating: 3.4 Stars The Awakening was better than I thought it would be and I was pleasantly surprised by how engaged I was by the story. It is a mix of sci-if and fantasy, with secret laboratories and druids both playing a large part in the story. The novel follows 4 main characters who due to circumstances that have been in place for thousands of years are transforming into various wereanimals to fight the ultimate battle of good and evil between two druids. The Awakening covers their backstory [...]

    • Emma Ounsworth says:

      This book begins in the past then quickly jumps to the present, it’s engaging with interesting characters and fast paced storyline.I wasn’t keen on the style of writing, the language seemed quite awkward at times but the plot was solid and there’s was plenty of action to take my attention away from this.Some of the characters I liked, others not so much, I feel that they need more page time than a lot were given, but then this is only the first part, I shall look forward to reading the nex [...]

    • Nicole Strand says:

      If you like paranormal fantasies this is the book for you. Between druids, prophecies, spells, and shifters it has everything you could ever want in a book. It's incredibly fast paced and full of non-stop action. I really enjoyed that it wasn't a weird love story type thing like most shifter-fantasy books are. My only complaint is the POV changes.

    • Jessica Traver cashen says:

      This book is well written, it is fast paced and has a good plot and characters. It is a bit hard to follow with all the jumping around of the characters though. I will still read the next book to see how it ends. I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from Netgalley.

    • Denice Patterson says:

      The AwakeningThis book was hard for me to get into at first, jumping from one character to another, but when it all melded together it became awesome. I can hardly wait to get my hands on the next book!

    • Tanya says:

      WowThis was such a great read which will leave you wanting more and more. The awakening has started but where will it end

    • Hector says:

      Awakened Im awake after reading this book cant wait for part 2 im going to get started asap get thus series quick you'll love it

    • Molly Neely says:

      Unique Lore I'm usually not a reader of fantasy. I prefer darker, more paranormal themes. However, I was quite taken with The Awakening. The beginning moves a little slowly, no doubt to paint a full picture of the world you're about to enter. The characters are lovely, unique creatures, with varied pasts. The author does a great job of getting you engrossed in their lives. I couldn't wait to see what each one was going to do with their "New bodies."I realize this is only book 1, and there will b [...]

    • Natalie says:

      I’m looking forward to the next part. It starts in the action and then moves onto a slow build introducing the starting character (it looks like they’ll be a lot) there’s a lot going on so even if you don’t like one of the characters there’s another. It’s written really well, the plot line original. I’m usually not one for the shifters since it’s always rah mate this claim that. This one I will admit I almost got in trouble for reading at work but it’s a good start and I couldn [...]

    • Cyrene Olson says:

      The Awakening is high energy and exciting. The story has unique perspectives and gives new takes on old ideas. Druids and lycans are both age old story ideas, but Timmins does a great job of giving a new twist on both.Personally, I had a little trouble getting past the beginning. I actually put it down a couple of times because I was somewhat bored and having trouble following the storyline because of it. Eventually the story does take off and once it does, it’s nonstop. I’m glad I didn’t [...]

    • SA says:

      I loved this book, it was a different and exciting take on werewolves and lycans, weaving the story around two rival Druids. The story connected the past to the present with new and lively characters at each step. The war once fought between two Druids were carried to the present by powerful magic. There were many characters introduced continuously in the present, and the author did a great job keeping our interest along the way. Especially, I enjoyed it when I got to know more about the Kestrel [...]

    • Nick Hendry says:

      I would give this book closer to 3.5 stars. I looked forward to reading this book and supporting this author as he is a local author from my hometown and honestly I was not disappointed with this book. The authors prose was wonderfully descriptive from beginning to end that I had no problems seeing the characters, the environment, and the action in my head. Michael Timmins has a way of building the characters that you start getting your favorites in the story right awaylol.At first I was going t [...]

    • CatherineWright (Cat's Guilty Pleasure) says:

      I was given a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed this one, I'm not a big fantasy reader, but this one was really good. The book is very well written and I loved the description of everything, it was very beautifully done. Each of the characters were unique in their own way and I loved getting to know them. I was totally into this book and had a hard time putting it down. If you love to read fantasy this is definitely a book for you.Review done in conjunction wit [...]

    • K.J. Simmill says:

      Kathleen had been drawn to Stonehenge, certain she would make the discovery of a lifetime. She had no idea how right she was. Millennia before an ancient war had ended in this very spot. But she shouldn't have found it, the time had not been right, but her intrusion had started events, and now in motion they will not be stilled. Powers were reborn that had been forgotten. The final act in the war had been one of deception, an escape from death itself. But just as evil did not go unchallenged bef [...]

    • HMIFan Club says:

      The Awakening will awaken in you the thrills and spills of true mastery of the craft. Timmins has woven a spectacularly spellbounding tale that set off the chills and shivers running down my spine in the very first chapter.A journey not to be missed.A pleasure not to overlooked.A joy to read.He certainly made the endless hours at the regular Doctors waiting room enjoyable. I had to look up at interval and jolt myself back to the present and away from his written words.I absolutely loved it!

    • Marie says:

      3.5 -4I enjoyed the plotline. Could have used some more editing and proofreading. I felt the writing was choppy feeling at times and that some of the character conversations and thoughts could have been proofread a bit more. I am not typically a reader of lycan or werewolf type stories, but I did like the storyline and am interested in where it's going. I enjoy supporting local authors and I can't wait to see where this goes. A prequel story would be interesting too.

    • Ceili Widmann says:

      This was a disappointing read. The first part was solid and very interesting, with the Celtic druid mythology developing very well. However, it totally devolved and derailed. The rest of the novel read like bad fanfiction. I tried to give it a chance, but there were some extremely disappointing female character flaws, the language was odd and inconsistent, parts were rushed or felt incomplete, and there were absolutely no warnings about the graphic content that the novel almost flippantly presen [...]

    • Susan Greene says:

      This first book in this series was mostly expositional. Not necessarily a bad thing since I have the second book already, but if I had to wait for a second book to be released I would be frustrated. The exposition stories were interesting and provoking, but it wasn't until the last pages that I was at a spot that I didn't want to put the book down.

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