Friday, November 30, 2012

Book Review: Pure At Heart by Sahana Epari

Pure At Heart by Sahana Epari

Paperback, 348 pages
Published September 2nd 2012 by CreateSpace
ISBN 1479213586 


Lies. Betrayal. Secrets. They are worse than you think they are.The feeling of something you thought you had but you never did. Your whole train of thought changes direction. Suddenly everything you have lived for becomes a life you never had.
I thought I knew everything.
My name is Evaline Pangborne, and I am a werewolf.
When Eva and the Shadow Clan find out a ground-breaking secret of their life, they seek the only way out of the pain and suffering--an escape route. An escape route they got, but along with that came even more secrets, questions, and betrayal.
The people Eva trusted most, is now someone to despise and hate, and the people Eva never wanted to trust, get closer and closer to her. Living itself seems like a big joke to her. What's the big secret? And why is everyone keeping it from her?


I thought the storyline was great. It was interesting and had enough twists to keep you turning the pages. At first, I was a bit lost but once I a bit more info I followed along pretty well. I loved the variety of creatures in this book. You have werewolves, vampires, witches, and more!
I really like Evaline. You could really connect with her. At one point in the book, I felt like I was going crazy because she thought she was going crazy. It's a crazy adventure thats for sure. She is strong, brave, loyal and caring! She takes care of herself and her whole pack.
Another character that I like was Tristan. He is Eva assigned mate but she doesn't like him (because she has heard that he has killed tons of people). She does end up liking him because man who can resist a guy like that. Then he says that you will end up in love with him (what?! who says that but the overly confident guy that must like you because why would he want you to love him if he doesn't love you? Unless he is a total jerk, which he is but only sometimes). 
I really enjoyed this book. It was different then others with the whole Light and Dark thing and it was interesting with all the twists and flips (yes, flips.) that happen!
4/5 Stars.

About The Author:

Still in middle school, Sahana Epari is a thirteen-year old writer. She’s written many stories from mysteries, to urban fantasies, but only really has had the motivation to complete and publish one book.
Sahana spends her free time playing the piano, dancing, writing, as well as keeping up with schoolwork and extracurricular activities. She lives in Northern Virginia, and spends a lot of time cuddled up on her bean bag reading books and writing—that is, when she finally gets rid of her long-lasting writers block.
To find out more about Sahana, please visit her

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