Book Nerd Vlog Post
At the age of five, Ada read her first chapter book—Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren. Ever since that moment, she developed an intense passion for stories and characters found within the pages of literature.
In her career as an actress and a writer, Ada currently spends most of her days immersed in imaginary worlds. Much like the characters she enjoys playing and writing about, Ada is a martial artist with a Black Belt in Shotokan Karate. She is also a big proponent of lifelong learning, and has attained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (it aids in creating characters with unique quirks!) as well as a Master’s of Science in Education.
Ada strives to bring a fresh voice and perspective to fiction. She has been writing creatively for many years, and is an editor of a global fashion/literary magazine called VEUX. ReVamped is her debut novel.
She lives in Toronto, Canada, and enjoys adventurous nature hikes with her adorable puppies Cara and Oreo.
Joining forces with Razor, an enigmatic rebel lacking both a verbal and a physical filter, and her band of Misfits—Brooke, Sophie, Hunter, and Seth—Dawn is thrust into a race against the clock to solve the mystery surrounding brutal Born kidnappings and come to terms with the sudden discovery of her own unique powers. With time ticking away and Born vampires’ lives in jeopardy, it quickly becomes evident that someone—orsomething—desperately wants Dawn and is willing to shed any amount of blood to get her.
Dawn has only one chance to face her demons and overcome all obstacles standing in her way as she embarks on the biggest mission of her life—one that threatens a deadly outcome for all involved.
All aspects from the first book seem to only get better with the second installment. For a book that is over 500 pages, Ada’s imaginative writing skills and her ability to engage readers into her remarkable story will have readers captivated and invested throughout. It is packed with twists and turns along with the introductions to new characters. Razor is a very likable character who happens to have a very intriguing connection to Sebastian. It was a treat when he makes fun of Sebastian and how he is all grumpy and emo.
Readers will enjoy and appreciate that Ada takes the time to develop her characters. There is so much invested into them that her writing makes it even more difficult to step away from their unique world. Cliffhangers are invented to give that wow factor, but sometimes they come out flat. This is not the case in ReAwakened. There is no need to descramble your brain and try to reassess what just happened. The ending’s cliffhanger was absolutely amazing. It will make readers’ jaws drop but keeps a sense of satisfaction. It was just that good. It provided the right amount of force to pull the rug right under your feet to want and know when the next installment will be released. This is certainly a breath of fresh air from the sea of vampire fictions and I am certain Ada will return with more force when ReBorn is released.