About the Book:
Robert Xavier is a normal boy with abnormal abilities who avoids facing the realities of the world.
A sudden, unexpected transformation alters the entire course of his life. A life which is filled with strange twists, terrifying secrets and unavoidable circumstances.
How can a hopeless boy become the only hope for a land which transcends his powers and capabilities?
Will he be able to solve the mysteries woven to the Transformation?
Amaranthine is a quest to search the true meaning of life.
This is the first installment of the saga. Robert’s journey doesn’t end here…
Writing & Narration:
Narrative part of this book is just marvelous. Right from the way of imagination to the way of presentation, everything is up-to-the-mark. I loved the concept of this book as well.
Title & Cover:
Considering the creatures of this book, the title is quite relevant. And, the good is good enough as well.
- Exceptionally well-written concept
- Out-of-the-box idea
- Good attempt at explaining every emotion
Although there were some up and downs in the grammar part, but apart from that, the book has nothing so bad.
Not many people know but I am a huge fan of vampires. Like, I am literally obsessed with them. So, undoubtedly, I’d have loved the story. However, apart from that, the concept is quite commendable. Since I’ve mentioned vampires, it’s no mushy love story of a human and a blood sucking creature, but something very different. The imagination part of the author is appreciable. It has mystery, suspense, shock, and all the mix emotions. Extremely recommended.