[Reading] ➻ Read My Mind (Under the Empire, #1) Author Kelly Haworth – Tanitiyor.us

[Reading] ➻ Read My Mind (Under the Empire, #1)  Author Kelly Haworth – Tanitiyor.us
  • ebook
  • 294 pages
  • Read My Mind (Under the Empire, #1)
  • Kelly Haworth
  • 05 July 2017

Read My Mind (Under the Empire, #1) Reading Someone S Mind Won T Always Tell You What They Want.Scott Kensington Lives Happily Without Magic Prayer Is All He Needs To Worship The Gods Then He Starts His Studies At The University Of Frannesburg, And Not Only Is He Suddenly Surrounded By Eccentrics Those Gifted With Magic But His Own Latent Ability Begins To Surface, With Consequences That Could Tear His Soul And Family Apart.Nick Barns Is Grieving For His Lost Mother And Desperate For Distraction Usually In The Form Of Limited Edition Action Figures As A Telekinetic, He S No Stranger To Magic, So He Offers To Help Scott Adjust To His New Powers They Quickly Learn How Their Magics Interact, Their Shared Passions Soon Growing Beyond Superheroes And Immortals But Nick S Not Taking His Studies Seriously, And His Father Threatens To Pull Him From The University Overwhelmed By His Own Crumbling Family, Scott S Convinced He Can T Handle A Relationship, But He Doesn T Want To Let Nick Go.With Grief, Guilt, And Magic Complicating Everything Between Nick And Scott, It Seems That Not Even The Gods Or A New Comic Book Can Save Their Relationship Now Sometimes, Even Reading Someone S Mind Won T Help You Understand What They Want.

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10 thoughts on “Read My Mind (Under the Empire, #1)

  1. says:

    things i find while shelving I received a free ARC via NetGalleyMan I totally meant to read this before its release date and get the review up but I failed again not nearly as bad as I ve failed on other arcsbut oh well Anyway I enjoyed this one so, so much I love how Haworth has crafted the universe this is set in, all of the mythology surrounding the gods and the way pop culture is informed by that I m huge into mythology and it was just absolutely fascinating to read a book set in a wo things i find while shelving I received a free ARC via NetGalleyMan I totally meant to read this before its release date and get the review up but I failed again not nearly as bad as I ve failed on other arcsbut oh well Anyway I enjoyed this one so, so much I love how Haworth has crafted the universe this is set in, all of the mythology surrounding the gods and the way pop culture is informed by that I m huge into mythology and it was just absolutely fascinating to read a book set in a world with a completely different mythological history to the one we re used to, you know Haworth does such a great job introducing you to what s normal in this world and it all feels so natural and normal.I loved the characters Nick and Scott I loved how they approach religion and magic differently how Ni...

  2. says:

    AMAZING This book was full of things I d been longing to see in fiction An actual adult relationship where things are thought and talked through and not jumping to conclusions and causing drama, a gay multicultural relationship front and center and also not the ...

  3. says:

    Raised in a community of normals people without magical gifts Scott Kensington is in for a bit of a culture shock when he starts university Everywhere he goes he sees eccentrics those with magic wielding fire and manipulating matter thru telekinesis, or hears school wide ads transferred thru telepathy But perhaps the biggest change is the lack of worship for the ten gods Sure there are statues around campus, and churches within walking distance, but the day to day presence in his life that Raised in a community of normals people without magical gifts Scott Kensington is in for a bit of a culture shock when he starts university Everywhere he goes he sees eccentrics those with magic wielding fire and manipulating matter thru telekinesis, or hears school wide ads transferred thru telepathy But perhaps the biggest change is the lack of worship for the ten gods Sure there are statues around campus, and churches within walking distance, but the day to day presence in his life that he has grown up with isn t really there any With his family far away, and his life changing in new and startling ways, Scott has to rely on his small group of friends including the telekinetic Nick Barns who capturesthan his fare share of attention to help navigate a life that has suddenly turned on its ...

  4. says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 3.25 starsKelly Haworth does not do things by halves Read My Mind is an alternate world, biracial, young adult, paranormal romance Haworth has clearly considered how she is going to connect her reader to these characters, particularly when many of the events in the story are so unusual In my opinion, she accomplishes this by creating two protagonists who are so open and perhaps Scott is madeso by his telepathy The world Nick and Scott live in may be unlike our ow A Joyfully Jay review 3.25 starsKelly Haworth does not do things by halves Read My Mind is an alternate world, biracial, young adult, paranormal romance Haworth has clearly considered how she is going to connect her reader to these characters, particularly when many of the events in the story are so unusual In my opinion...

  5. says:

    Real life Magic I loved this book immediately The characters and their coming of age real world dilemmas were woven seamlessly into an alternate reality where magic was a natural pillar The interplay of a new realm of spirituality with compulsive collecting and the chemistry of two different worlds I mean it blew me away I appreciated the daring of the author to blend LGBT, race, religion, and politics into this narrative She successfully created a world that I want to knowabout I Real life Magic I loved this book immediately The characters and their coming of age real world dilemmas were woven seamlessly into an alternate reality where magic was a natural pillar The interplay of a new realm of spirituality with compulsive collecting and th...

  6. says:

    Review can be read at It s About The BookScott Kensington and Nick Barnes are college freshmen Everything is new and different That s all supposed to be a good thing, but sometimes new and different is just overwhelming Scott and Nick were just striking up what could bethan friendship when Scott suddenly develops telepathy Things don t really play out well for Scott on the family front as a result of his telepathy Life isn t necessarily all a bowl of cherries for Nick, either NicReview can be read at It s About The BookScott Kensington and Nick Barnes are college freshmen Everything is new and different That s all supposed to be a good thing, but sometimes new and different is just overwhelming Scott and Nick were just striking up what could bethan friendship when Scott suddenly develops telepathy Things don t really play out well for Scott on the family front as a result of his telepathy Life isn t necessarily all a bowl of cherries for Nick, either Nick is pouring all his grief and feelings of loss into an obsessive need to collect figurines from comic books The comics are founded on religious stories Scott knows The two young men have a reason to be around each other, that they have someone who i...

  7. says:

    Review originally posted on Just Love Reviews book isn t normally something that would interest me in terms of the genre, but as it turns out the only parts of the book I liked were the things I would normally avoid.Without the random abilities these characters developed this would be the most boring college based romance novel I have ever read It was so mundane because it had WAY too much everyday stuff and not enough focus on the magical elements Review originally posted on Just Love Reviews book isn t normally something that would interest me in terms of the genre, but as it turns out the only parts of the book I liked were the things I would normally avoid.Without the random abilities these characters developed this ...

  8. says:

    A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words ReviewRating 3 stars out of 5For the full review visit that review Kelly Haworth has packed Read My Mind with many interesting elements and laid the foundation for a universe that s waiting for some major drama to unfold She has created some great young characters, given them background that I believe people can connect with, along with developing talents that make t...

  9. says:

    I don t normally read New Adult unless it s an author I m already into I loved Kelly s previous book, Y Negative, so I thought I d give this a try Yup, it s totally worth reading Fascinating world building, with a biracial, telekinesis teen struggling with the death of his mother and anothe...

  10. says:

    This was a little too sweet cute NA for me targeted for a much younger reader perhaps.

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