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Witcheskin (E–book)

  • Paperback
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  • Witcheskin
  • Nem Rowan
  • English
  • 06 June 2020
  • 9781684312214

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free read Witcheskin õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB download ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Nem Rowan Nem Rowan ¼ 6 free read Following the disappearance of his father Owen returns to the Welsh village where he was raised to live with. First of all the reasons why you should read this book in my opinionTrans rep adorable healthy and sexy mm romance witches mystery horror elements magic and a gorgeous Welsh village And Im gonna try to keep this review short even though I could write a long story about my thoughts This book has stayed with me since I finished it and I just want This book was honestly so much than I expected I thought I would like it because it sounded so interesting but I didnt expect to love it this much It was fun to read a book with so much horror and mystery elements in it since I dont read many books like that and I was creeped out so many times In a good way of course The way the author describes some settings and writes some of the scenes seriously made me look towards the window in my room than once expecting to see someone there So creepy but also so much fun Nem Rowan made me want to read horrorthriller stories And talking about the horror elements without spoiling anything I really loved the witches part of the story and Nem s take on witches how they worked with the elements curses and everything else Both the creepy and the non creepy partsLets talk about Owen the main character because I love him so much First of all he s such an amazingly written character Reading about him made me feel as if I truly got to know him inside and out and I fell and in love with him Owen struggles a lot with how he sees himself as well as how other people look at him and it just made me very emotional I could never fully understand the struggle that comes with being transgender and Im not gonna pretend I can but all I can say is that reading about Owen and being inside his head made me emotional in many different ways Sad because of how he struggled sometimes but also very happy and inspired because of how creative he is and also how strong he is through everything even when he doubts himself I want to say that this story is as much about the mystery Owen is trying to solve as it is about him trying to figure out who he wants to be himself and how he fits in The books has many moments where I felt heartbroken and just wanted to give him big hugs but also just as many moments where I felt happy because it was obvious that Owen felt confident and happy the longer we got into the story A lot of those happy moments was because he fell in love but with that said the story is definitely not a love will make you happy and solve everything sort of thing its about Owen finding someone who encourages him to just be himself as he is and that thats enough Someone who makes him feel worthy and safeTalking about Owen falling in love another thing that made this book so amazing and precious to me was the relationship between him and Maredudd They are both such amazing characters and when Owen fell in love with Maredudd I fell in love with them both at the same time And not only because they are super adorable together but also because of how eual healthy and beautiful their relationship was from the start This felt so important to me that Maredudd fell for Owen because of the man he is and never once uestioned Owen being trans The only time he even mentions it was as a small hint about it one time only to tell Owen to stop worrying about it being a problem I feel your fear And and I understand it I know I know why And its okay I just wanted you to know thats all Maredudd is just such an kind beautiful and precious soul This relationship and the way Maredudd made Owen feel loved as he was made me so happy And yes I smiled like a dork through all their parts I want of themI also love the way Nem describes the setting through out the book He has a way of really putting me in that Welsh village while reading about it and it was beautiful It was almost as if I could smell the sea sometimes and see all the cliffs before me This was also the reason why it was as creepy as it was sometimes because I felt as if I was in the scary parts as well and it freaked me out a lot in a great way of course So yeah the descriptions in the book was amazing and even during the parts where not much happened it never got boring because you were in the world This definitely gave it another star from meOkay I could keep talking about why I loved this book forever and there are things and characters to mention but Im gonna stop now All I want to add is this Put this on your TBR and give it a shot Its worth it and you wont regret it Also this is only the first book in a trilogy and Im so freaking excited to read and also whatever else that Nem Rowan releases This book is also a valid reason for why everyone should take a step out of their comfort zone sometimes and read books by authors that arent as hyped yet I love to look for hidden gems that often could get forgotten among all the other hyped ones and this is definitely one of those Lost Souls understand the struggle that comes with being transgender and Im not gonna pretend I can but all I can say is that reading about Owen and being inside his head made me emotional in many different ways Sad because of how he struggled sometimes but also very happy and inspired because of how creative he is and also how strong he is through everything even when he doubts himself I want to say that this story is as much about the mystery Owen is trying to solve as it is about him trying to figure out who he wants to be himself and how he fits in The books has many moments where I felt heartbroken and just wanted to give him big hugs but also just as many moments where I felt happy because it was obvious that Owen felt confident and happy the longer we got into the story A lot of those happy moments was because he fell in love but with that said the story is definitely not a love will make you happy and solve everything sort of thing its about Owen finding someone who encourages him to just be himself as he is and that thats enough Someone who makes him feel worthy and safeTalking about Owen falling in love another thing that made this book so amazing and precious to me was the relationship between him and Maredudd They are both such amazing characters and when Owen fell in love with Maredudd I fell in love with them both at the same time And not only because they are super adorable together but also because of how eual healthy and beautiful their relationship was from the start This felt so important to me that Maredudd fell for Owen because of the man he is and never once

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free read Witcheskin õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB download ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Nem Rowan Nem Rowan ¼ 6 free read N old friend of his mother's and learns something about his parents that they've never told him♦ 110000 wor. It s one if these hidden gems that deserve way attention Wales witches and a mysterious beast Add own voices trans rep and a cute healthy mm romance What can one possibly wantI m probably the only person who s read The Rough Sleepers before Witcheskin and I thought I knew to expect from Nem Rowan I was wrong It s a very different sort of a story and while they are both urban fantasy they manage to escape the restraints of the schematics of the genre and at the same time remain very different from one another I ve no idea how Nem Rowan achieved it but he did But while the stories are very different Witcheskin still has the best features of The Rough Sleepers inclusiveness and rough believable charactersTrust me you don t want to miss out on this one Wonderland urban fantasy they manage to escape the restraints of the schematics of the genre and at the same time remain very different from one another I ve no idea how Nem Rowan achieved it but he did But while the stories are very different Witcheskin still has the best features of The Rough Sleepers inclusiveness and rough believable charactersTrust me you don t want to miss out on this one

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free read Witcheskin õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB download ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Nem Rowan Nem Rowan ¼ 6 free read His mother and her boyfriend While pursuing the mystery of cattle mutilations in the area he meets Maredudd a. DNFed at 31% This book was kinda a baffling read for me Based on the summary I should love it but it was hard for me to get into itThere were two big problems I had with this bookFirst the racism Listen I am white as mayonaise but I don t think its appropriate to call your love interests donkey or any variation thereof That was a big WTF moment when I got to it and I almost put the book downThe second was the disprepancy between the showing and telling I am not sure if the was bad writing or if it was supposed to show that we cannot believe the main hero s POV but i sure as hell didn t enjoy itMy mom really loves me and supports me his mother has a partner who is abusive and transphobic towards her son and she does nothing about it Me Or the whole towns hates me the same chapter we meet three characters who are very nice and welcoming to the main hero I never cry cries twice in the chapterI would wave this whole thing away if the main hero was 17 19 years old If the book didn t mention the actual age I would say he is a teenage hero full of angst It would also explain why he still lives with his mom and doesn t have a job I would say fair enoughBut the main character is 27 years old Why the hell is almost 30 year old man staying with his mother in a town where he can t get a job Wouldn t it be easier to return to Bristol where he was accepted had friends and where he has good chances of finding employment Where he wouldn t have to face abusive transphobic assholesWellI wouldn t say this book is badly written though it could use an editor who would catch thing like donkey eyelashes but its definitely not my cup of tea at all