Quick Review – Uncharted Territory by Tamsen Parker

Here’s a quick book review of Uncharted Territory by Tamsen Parker. This is the quick review I did for my Goodreads profile. I have recently developed a new book review template for my future reviews, but until I finish some new books I will be re-posting some of my old, less critical reviews for all to view! Enjoy!

 

“Uncharted Territory by Tamsen Parker is an incredible prequel that could easily stand on it’s own.

I loved this novel. Not only did the pace move at a great speed, but the romance and erotica within this novel were fantastic. There was no low point and at no point did I get bored or sick of the book. I craved each chapter and I couldn’t put it down!

If anything, the only “problem” I saw with this novel is that it seemed to end suddenly. There was no slow buildup to the plot twist, it just happened suddenly. I would have liked there to be more buildup and anticipation for the plot twist, but that’s just me being picky.

The writing was fantastic. Tamsen Parker did a great job building the characters throughout the novel and showing the relationships between the characters. All of the main characters were strong and didn’t act out of character throughout the novel.

Overall, I loved it! I want more by Tamsen Parker immediately!

Five out of five stars! I would give it more stars if possible!!”

 

~Tra, xoxo Briar

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14 thoughts on “Quick Review – Uncharted Territory by Tamsen Parker”

  1. First of all I want to say awesome blog! I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you do not mind. I was interested to know how you center yourself and clear your head prior to writing. I have had trouble clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out. I do enjoy writing however it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are usually lost simply just trying to figure out how to begin. Any suggestions or hints? Thanks!

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    1. I sit down, take a few deep breathes and write! 😉 In all reality though, I make sure to do my reviews not immediately after reading. I wait a couple days and see if my feelings have changed and then write my little heart away. I also like to make sure I write it at a time where I know I don’t have to complete any of my responsibilities/busy life (not right before a big test, not when I just came home from work, etc). Thanks for the question!!! 🙂

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    1. I learned through a college course about blogging and the content to include. Find a good provider and slowly build your work up is probably the best advice I can summarize in one sentence!! ~Briar

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