• Title: Her Dangerous Visions
  • Author: Brandon Barr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Her Dangerous Visions This is an alternate cover edition for B IMPB FI Two women two worlds one epic destiny On the world of Loam disturbing visions plague Winter s mind Made a Seer by the gods she must either cower a
    This is an alternate cover edition for B01IMPB0FI Two women, two worlds, one epic destiny On the world of Loam, disturbing visions plague Winter s mind Made a Seer by the gods, she must either cower away from the terrifying visions of the future, or face them head on and risk her life to fulfill her dangerous calling On the world of Hearth, Meluscia is determined to savThis is an alternate cover edition for B01IMPB0FI Two women, two worlds, one epic destiny On the world of Loam, disturbing visions plague Winter s mind Made a Seer by the gods, she must either cower away from the terrifying visions of the future, or face them head on and risk her life to fulfill her dangerous calling On the world of Hearth, Meluscia is determined to save her kingdom from the monstrous creatures crawling out of the wastelands, but first she must convince her dying father she is fit for the throne But her schemes to gain power must survive her desperate longing for intimacy, for if she is to rule the Blue Mountain Realm, she must abide by the scriptures and forsake the love of a man.A genre BLENDING series set in a vast fantasy universe where elements of science fiction are dominated by gods and monsters, visions and gifts.

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    1. Id consider this book more adult than young adult because of certain scenes and the fact that it takes a bit more concentration to follow. I enjoyed how the plot had so much going on that I couldnt predict what was going to happen. The world building was vaste and creative. I loved the concept of multiple worlds even if it was a little confusing at times. I wasnt sure who the guardians and enemy really were. It took me a while to get over not knowing who the characters from the letters inbetween [...]

    2. Just finished reading “Her Dangerous Visions (The Boy and the Beast Book One) by Brandon Barr. While I’m reading the box set of this series “Song of the Worlds (Boxed Set, Books 1-3) I wanted to say a few words about the first book in this series. Wow, just wow. This is my first read by Brandon Barr and the worlds he imagined on these pages are just fantastic and wondrouswith characters equally imagined beyond anything I have read in a very long time. I think this is the beginning of what [...]

    3. Her Dangerous VisionsThis book contains two separate stories that are bound to come together at some point. So far I've only read 'Ella Dethroned' and 'Her Dangerous Visions,' so I haven't peeked into Book 2 yet.Book one consists of two stories: the story of Aven and Winter in the realm of Loom and the story of Meluscia and Savarah in the realm of Hearth. Aven and Winter are two farmers trying to keep their heads above water while their village is being ruled by the evil Baron who keeps his farm [...]

    4. I'm giving this book 3 stars because I DNF'ed it. I made it page 120 or so but I had a hard time sticking with it. I really enjoyed the first section about Aven and right when it was getting really good, BAM, switch to a new person. I was less on board with Meluscia and her peeping tom tendencies, and again, just when she was starting to get interesting, we switched to Winter. I was halfway into the book and still getting introduced to main characters and with no idea what was going on with the [...]

    5. The Baron Rhaudius seeks to uphold the farcity of what he calls law and order in his province on the planet of Loam. Where farmers bound to an enforced passive slavery seek to hide their children among the Erdu, at great risk of peril if they're caught. The forest dwelling Erdu amount to what could be seen as the hope of freedom and of resistance. Once entrenched deep within the homes of the Erdu their children are unreachable. Rhaudius opens our thoughts with the killing of young sisters who we [...]

    6. I read the little prequel Ella Dethroned and loved it. The story was engaging, and the writing was brilliant. So I was very, very disappointed in the actual start of the series.First was the lack of cohesion with the pov's. We start out with Aven, but quickly switch to Mel and who the heck is she? Wait, she's not even on the same planet! She has zero connection to the planet Aven and his sister, Winter, are on. By the end of the book there still isn't a connection. So I have a hard time seeing w [...]

    7. I enjoyed this book so much I bought the next book in the series before I composed this review.I don't know what the author's political views are, and I'm not going to share mine. It just seems like the activities in this book are so similar to the political nonsense going on as the end of 2017 draws near. The deceit, trickery, maneuvering, backstabbing, lying, and cheating could be from today's headlines as well as from some of the key players in this book.I'm often disappointed how the initial [...]

    8. I chose to read HER DANGEROUS VISIONS because ELLA DETHRONED was a great read. What didn't meet my expectations is learning how the prequel and book one connect. AND, the title just didn't fit the story. I look for the title while I read. Titles and covers are important to me. If Winter was to have the dangerous visions, I didn't feel the danger. Only Savarah felt dangerous. very dangerous. And that is what I did like about the story. The characters felt dangerous, lonely, passionate, cornered, [...]

    9. Her Dangerous Visions by Brandon Barr is the first book in the Song of the Worlds series. This is a story of two women from two different worlds. We follow each woman on their quest to find their true destiny. I loved the characters. They were so well fleshed out that I was drawn into their worlds. The world building is incredible. I found certain parts of this story to be disturbing, but it just added to the intrigue.

    10. Her Dangerous VisionsBy the end of the book, the plot is starting to get more interesting. Lots of world building still happening. I'm not a big fan of series books where each book doesn't have an ending, but I think the second book in this series will be more action and less building.

    11. I loved it. The passion in this book is awe-inspiring. Very well written. This book ends on a cliffhanger but I love it cuz it keeps you on edge of your seat. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.

    12. An OK fantasy with thin characters and a weak setting that made it hard to connect all of the characters and politics and epigraphs. Ended on a cliffhanger and yet I felt no need to continue the series.

    13. FabCan't wait to read rest of book. So easy to get into story and characters easy to love. Really fab.

    14. Unlike anything I've read before!Her Dangerous Visions is set between two realms, Loam and Hearth. These realms were created by the Makers, but most people have lost faith and no longer believe in them or the mysterious Guardians. Loam: Ruled by a tyrannical Baron, Aven and Winter are the main characters. Winter is god-touched, a seer. She began having visions at the age of nine. As she got older, the visions became darker. She was afraid to share them with anyone other than her brother, afraid [...]

    15. Two worlds are being ravaged by evil, two women desperate to help. On the World of Loam, the entire population works as impoverished farmers in order to feed the Baron and his Watch. As debt is passed from generation to generation, contempt grows. Anyone who attempts to leave or speak of rebellion is killed. Aven and Winter are all too familiar with the Baron's rage. Their loved ones were killed as they were planning escape. Now, the siblings are trying to survive day to day. However, Winter has [...]

    16. The people of two nearby planets, largely unaware of each other, fight for survival.On Loam, Aven and Winter's family farm their land under the harsh and tyrannical rule of the local baron. A failed plot to escape leads to tragedy, leaving them to find their own way in the world. While there are many that would stand against the baron, his own army is much larger and far more ruthless. Aven wants to see things peaceful; going against the baron only leads to death. But Winter is a Seer and her vi [...]

    17. I expected a more fast-paced story, but even without heaps of action in every chapter, Her Dangerous Visions managed to keep my interest with each page I turned on my Kindle app.We are introduced to quite a few characters, each different from the others, and yet we could feel the connections between them. Even with all the secrets they harbor, the characters have somehow managed to build relationships with each other. That is one of the things I enjoyed in the book – the interactions between t [...]

    18. **3 1/2 STARS**I don’t normally read fantasy or sci-fi, but Her Dangerous Visions is a satisfying read that held my attention until the end. I honestly can’t even begin to elaborate on the description because there are so many moving pieces and made up worlds and words and phrases.The story is told through various POVs:Aven – Farmer from Loam, brother of WinterWinter – The girl with the visions (oracle/seer), sister of AvenMelucia – Daughter of the ruler (Luminary) of the Blue Mountain [...]

    19. The worlds were intriguing. It was refreshing to read. Barr's writing style is pleasant and nicely defined, especially if this is his first published novel. However when I reached the end, it didn't feel like an ending. There was no clear beginning, middle and end. I suppose the rest of the series will serve that purpose but it might have been better to lump all the books into one instead of 3 if they are unable to stand on their own individually. Mel's "weakness" was a bit overplayed and overly [...]

    20. Reading is one of my very favorite pastimes and I am not very genre specific. I just love great writing. Having said that, I don't often go into the genre of fantasy for whatever reason. This book was recommended to me by a friend so I decided to give it a try. Like many multi-series the first part of the first book was a little dense with so many new names, planets, and hierarchies to learn. Once that part was over though I was mesmerized! The character development is deep, the plotting extreme [...]

    21. This was a solid book - well-written, well-planned, and relatively well-executed. It sometimes felt too ambitious; it's a medieval-esque fantasy most of the time but there are some hints of sci-fi in there, and the cast is massive. It was sometimes hard to follow all of the storylines and shifting perspectives, but it was never dull. There is a lot of intrigue and conniving, but in spite of its epic scope, the story feels very intimate and personal. It's a good setup for the other books to come. [...]

    22. BeastThe title is a little confusing. I would have liked to have read more about the beast and the visions. However, this book focused more on Meluscia. I think the beast was mentioned focused once. I understand that the first book is all introducing everyone. I am intrigued enough to see where all this is going. Who will run the kingdom now. I think Meluscia needs to decide does she want love or to be a ruler. Looking forward to more.

    23. Received a complimentary copy to read and review. I couldn't put it down. Love the characters and world that have been created. It's full of great twists and turns. Readers will be drawn into the story from the very first page. Readers who love sci-fi and fantasy will want to add this one to their TBR list.

    24. I loved this book, with its sweeping views on the whole world this is set in. A great escapist read.

    25. Awesome read! Book 1 in the Song of the Worlds Trilogy from Brandon Barr. Following Ella Dethroned the epic is expanded upon.

    26. Two worldsGood read but gets little confusing at times to me two different worlds waiting to collide with mystery from other worlds

    27. I love this series! I can't wait to get the rest of the books and see what happens with the characters i've come to love!

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