Jamie Magee describes herself as a daydreamer. She is also a lover of loud alternative music. She will take a good laugh over most things. The author has always had a penchant for telling stories. However, it took her a while to realize that she could actually make a living as an author.
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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Embody by Jamie Magee. Her only desire is to love Landen Chambers and redeem the lost souls of Esterious, but the path to that desire is long, dark and dangerous A photo, one that shows Willow blissfully embracing the flawless image of Drake Blakeshire; giving her not only proof that she had lived before, but that she had loved him.
That is, until a dark dream reignites her passion to save the hopeless dimension of Esterious. Willow struggles to find patience — to learn everything she needs to know before she faces Drake again, but her eagerness is dangerous and one step in the wrong direction takes everything and everyone away from her — the only way to survive this trial is for Willow to remember who she is and what she really wants out of this life.
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To ask other readers questions about Embody , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Twisting the world on love, zodiac signs, and other worlds is fresh and welcomed! I was anxious to get my hands on Embody after reading Insight. Thankfully a little ARC fairy sent one my way. The emotions Willow deals with in this book, and no Jamie Magee hits us with Embody — Sequel to Insight Willow and Landen held my heart from Insight — but Drake is slowly digging his way in after finishing Embody.
The emotions Willow deals with in this book, and not just from her ability, but that she has to deal with just to get through are well defined by Magee. As a YA read there is plenty of passion, laid out as our couples find their true love, their soul mate. In Embody, our characters learn to use that bond with their souls to further express their love for each other. Drake is hot on their tails, and finally crosses their paths where they battle with new 'powers' All throughout its strategic planning — who can be one step ahead of the other Magee comments that Image — book 3 — will be out THIS year!
For a genuine story with heart and twist, grab this series. Shelves: favorites , own. Interest: I loved Insight and was thrilled to read this. Title Thoughts: Once again one word captured the entire book. Cover Thoughts: I really like it and it portrays the book well. I also love how it has some of the symbols that were present on the Insight cover as well. You know that feeling you get when you find a lost pair of jeans that you loved and discover that they still fit? That's what it felt like to slip back into this series.
I loved Insight and was a tad worried that Interest: I loved Insight and was thrilled to read this. I loved Insight and was a tad worried that Embody wouldn't live up to its predecessor. I should have know that with Magee, I shouldn't have worried. I loved how in this book we saw more of Drake's side of things. We see more of why he thinks the way he does. Even though Drake is supposed to be the bad guy in this, I don't see him as that after this book. I have the greatest sympathy for him and hope he finds his true soulmate.
Magee and Embody pick up where Insight left off and I wasn't disappointed. I love this series so much and I can't wait to see what's next. I haven't ever read a book where I loved the setting so much either. Chara is a beautiful place and so peaceful. I love it and can only dream that it could exist. Addict's Last Words: Embody is a fantastic sequel and will not disappoint. To Buy or To Borrow: This is a buy for me without a doubt.
I love the series and this did not disappoint. Although payment may have been received by Book Lovin' Bitches Ebook Tours, no payment was received by me in exchange for this review nor was there an obligation to write a positive one.
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May 28, Tanya Marie rated it it was amazing. Jamie Magee has proven herself to be an old soul. This book is not only a good read because of its plot, but also because of the trinkets of truth that the reader can apply to reality. Magee has weaved an alternate reality that we can all aspire for. If we all can see how we are interconnected with each other, how our actions can affect other "souls" then maybe we can get rid of wars and conflict. Magee has a way of writing from the heart which in turn can pull at the readers' heartstrings.
I can Jamie Magee has proven herself to be an old soul. I can almost feel Willow's conflict as if it were my own. A brilliant read. Aug 08, Syndell Layton rated it it was ok. This was by far the slowest book I have ever read, this was my concern when I saw how long this series was already.
To be honest this book is a solid 2 maybe 2. I have never been so bored reading a book in my life. It just never really picked up, there were maybe three pages of true climax in total and no real build up to them.
I understand that at some point you have to have a slower book in a series to give out more solid and lasting This was by far the slowest book I have ever read, this was my concern when I saw how long this series was already. I understand that at some point you have to have a slower book in a series to give out more solid and lasting information, to build a foundation, and so on, but this was ridiculous. I actually had to put it down and walk away for the night out of pure irritation, and then forced myself to pick it up again the next day.
The synopsis made the ordeal that Willow went through seem so dramatic and in reality it just felt flat and dull. I understand that she may have had a bit of a cloud, so to speak, over herself and her memories but the reader didn't need to feel as dull as she was.
It could have been climatic, it could have felt real, instead it felt boring and unnecessary. Even the lead into it could have been more dramatic, instead your left with this feeling like you missed something.
It is like the author left out a very important paragraph or to here. I cannot for the life of me figure out how anyone could have given this book five stars or even four.
As I said in my review of Insight, "Few books and authors can stand the test of time. I have my doubt this one can. I will read book 3, the synopsis makes it appear that that book will possibly make up for the lack of action in this one but we will see, then again this book shows proof that the author can write what appears to be a thrilling synopsis for a ridiculously dull book.
If it does not pick up I may just have to give up and quit. And again with the spelling, grammar, and even spacing issues! One or two is expected but when it is such a large amount of simple things it just becomes ridiculous.
It once again feels like the author typed it up and shot it out before even running a spell check, let alone reading it slowly through or having even a friend do so.
It seems like the author doesn't care enough about her product to even attempt to put out something with standard quality. That is pretty sad. All in all the only thing I can say about this book is that I am highly disappointed, this will be my first 2 star review ever. May 02, Wee Shubba's World rated it it was amazing. I was blown away yet again by the story just like I was blown away with Insight.
Embody is the second novel in the Insight Series and takes place just shortly after Book 1 finished.