Broken Bargain

Broken Bargain When you know magic is real complacency is not an option It s a new school year and ten months since Kim s sister died She wants to forget about magic rebuild her life and start fresh But it s not e

  • Title: Broken Bargain
  • Author: Clare Davidson
  • ISBN: 9780992611323
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • When you know magic is real, complacency is not an option.It s a new school year and ten months since Kim s sister died She wants to forget about magic, rebuild her life and start fresh But it s not easy when she has to lie to everyone her family, best friend, Sophie, and secretive new guy, AJ.But when Sophie s grandmother falls ill, Kim can t help but notice the parallWhen you know magic is real, complacency is not an option.It s a new school year and ten months since Kim s sister died She wants to forget about magic, rebuild her life and start fresh But it s not easy when she has to lie to everyone her family, best friend, Sophie, and secretive new guy, AJ.But when Sophie s grandmother falls ill, Kim can t help but notice the parallels to Charley s death Convinced she s the only one who can help, Kim sets out to discover what s really wrong with Sophie s grandmother.

    • [PDF] Download ☆ Broken Bargain | by Î Clare Davidson
      488 Clare Davidson
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ☆ Broken Bargain | by Î Clare Davidson
      Posted by:Clare Davidson
      Published :2019-06-04T12:44:19+00:00

    About "Clare Davidson"

    1. Clare Davidson

      Clare Davidson is a character driven fantasy writer, teacher and mother, from the UK Clare was born in Northampton and lived in Malaysia for four and a half years as a child, before returning to the UK to settle in Leeds with her family Whilst attending Lancaster University, Clare met her future husband and never left They now share their lives with their young daughter and a cranky grey cat, called Ash Clare juggles family life with writing, teaching and a variety of fibre craft hobbies.

    358 thoughts on “Broken Bargain”

    1. Clare Davidson has done it again!First off, I was a little worried what I might find in Broken Bargain. In the end of Reaper's Rhythm, we are left with an unrequited love. It is a great book, ended well, but I wasn't sure how Kim's relationship with Mathew would continue. I was nervous for a pending heartbreak in the future, but I was nervous for nothing! Broken Bargain grabbed me from the beginning and didn't let go until the end. Kim is off to a new year, new life and she's got her best friend [...]


    2. “Broken Bargain” picks up almost a year after the events in book 1, “Reaper’s Rhythm”. Kim is starting a new year at school. Though she is clearly still affected by the death of her sister, her own near death experience, and the startling knowledge that Shamari and Baneem, or angels and demons, are real. She also knows that magic is real, but that’s not something she can tell anyone, ever. Most of her classmates think she’s crazy anyway, after her meltdown when her sister Charley d [...]


    3. Broken Bargain starts after a few months have passed since the events of Reaper's Rhythm, and Kim is trying to go on with a normal life, even if the weight of the secrets she keeps from everyone are heavier than she expected at the beginning. Her mother protectiveness is also getting heavier with the start of the new school year, fearing Kim will succumb to the stress that was the "official" reason of Charley's "suicide".Kim grows in this book, and although she's still very much the typical teen [...]


    4. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I received an ARC ebook copy of the Broken Bargain for an honest review and a for my Reaper's Rhythm blog tour stop for my blog on February 12th, 2014.I finished reading the first book, Reaper's Rhythm, within a couple days and I enjoyed it very much. I loved the fast-paced plot, enjoyable characters and especially the narrator! There were a few obvious parts in the book I was able to pick up, but it left me wanting to r [...]


    5. (I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.)This is a minireview, full review can be found here. I didn't actually add a lot to the full review.I really enjoyed the first book (Reaper's Rhythm) but I'm not sure if I enjoyed the second one just as much. Kim is still the brave and determined protagonist from the first book, but this one features the addition of the cute new guy in town. What I loved about the first book is that the story stayed firmly on track [...]


    6. If you enjoyed the first book, I expect you'll like this follow-up. I sure did.This time around, we have a love-interest on the scene. And do you know what I like most about that? It's that we get to know him, and we're not constantly reminded how amazingly amazing he looks, or how perfectly shaped his lips are, or how stunning and smoulderingly intense his eyes are our new love interest is "just a guy", so the developing romance follows more closely to what a teenage girl might experience in re [...]


    7. I found this sequel to Reaper's Rhythm to be a bit mixed. As in the first book, the characters' emotions and motivations are handled and described very well; Kim's personal torment feels like a natural continuation. I also liked the character of Matthew better: you can understand how difficult his job is in spite of all his power, and I liked how his relationship with Kim progressed (i.e. non-romantically), though their scenes together sometimes felt a bit repetitive. The story as a whole wasn't [...]


    8. Loved the first book in this series and couldn’t wait to read the second. Not only I wasn’t disappointed, but I couldn’t put it down. Broken Bargain is well written and truly engaging. I loved how new characters were introduced and how Kim deals with a reality straight from a nightmare while still being a teenager. I found the budding love story very sweet and yet realistic.



    9. Broken Bargain is definitely a good sequel to Reaper's Rhythm, continuing the themes of real, modern problems and issues intertwining with the fantastic. I particularly appreciated how the novel actually deals with Kim's trauma due to the previous novel's events, allowing her to start her own journey of healing, instead of handwaving the consequences away.Like for Reaper's Rhythm, I felt like the supernatural side of things could be developed more, since as it is now, the series read like urban [...]



    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *