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Kasadya Hellhound Awakened by [Swart, Karen]
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In a constant battle between good and evil, evil is dominating the battlefield and leading mankind to its destruction. With our Creator's intervention, a creature destined to conquer and destroy is created. He gives mankind hellhounds to fight back and reclaim freedom.

Join seventeen year old Kasadya Levourne as she fights against evil to protect us. With each step, she faces destruction, and yet she has the talent to give it back tenfold. Stubborn and hard-headed she makes her mark in the Fallen world and starts a battle none can escape. Not even her trainer, the very attractive Chax de Luca, was prepared for her presence.

Will evil prevail? Or will Kas and her Fallen friends succeed in protecting us against it? Hold on to your seats, this is going to be one hell of a ride.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2709 KB
  • Print Length: 342 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Karen Swart; 4 edition (July 17 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LX4HUL4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Format: Paperback
This was the first book I’ve read that has had Hell Hounds in it. The synopsis intrigued me. I enjoyed reading Hellhound Awakened very much. I found myself wondering about certain aspects of the story and its characters.

The prolog had an interesting religion unto itself. It was like it was taken from a bible. As I kept reading I got excited. Finding out the many different characters added so much to the story.

When I found out that Kas was from Toronto I loved it! I grew up in Toronto myself!!

When Kas goes to The Hell House I pictured it as this interesting magical place that would feel just like home. I wanted to explore it. The gardens were so beautiful. The sparring rings were fun too. Kas’s roommates made me laugh. I found that they were a perfect fit for each other. Of course with any school there’s always going to be the divas. I liked the reference to Harry Potter and Diagone Alley.

The early training sessions with Chax were brutal. He works her so harshly. Chax’s character was mysterious making me want to know more about him.

I liked the relationship that Kas has with her father. The good fatherly advice he gave her “take one step at a time and you will find some steps are worth taking.” The advice was well advised. I would like to know more about why Kas and her mother have such an estranged relationship.

I enjoyed Vulcan’s classes. It was like you were learning with the other students.

When Kas’s world is turned upside down it seems to come from all directions. Draco pitches her into the ring and you just want to hold your breath and pray everything will turn out alright. I would have liked it a little bit better if the fight in the demon ring had lasted longer.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa554593c) out of 5 stars 109 reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5d06db0) out of 5 stars Has promise. With a MUCH better editor I'd continue reading the series. May 23 2014
By ChrisP - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I got this as a 99-cent read and it was o.k. for that price. The premise and storyline were interesting and had a lot of potential, but I would categorize this as an early draft, not a finished work. Descriptions and character development were awfully thin. Relationships seemed to go from first introduction to fully formed within a few minutes. Dialog was, for the most part, choppy and unrealistic, and at times the story jumped around without appropriate transition. But by far the most glaring defect in this book is the AWFUL editing.

For this price, I can overlook some typos, spelling mistakes and grammatical errors, but this book is just littered them. There was consistent confusion on basics like "you're vs. your" or "of vs. off". In addition, there were run-on sentences and horrible punctuation, changes of tense from sentence to sentence and inappropriate word-choice. Consider this gem, "... When it does you will have to make a choice, fall and concurred by it, or rise above it to do good for others." Really? Aside from the punctuation, neither the author or editor know the correct spelling of conquered? This sort of thing happened regularly throughout.

I assumed that this book was self-edited, but it seems that There For You editing was actually hired for the job. Out of curiosity I checked their website, and right there on the homepage I found a blurb that used an apostrophe to indicate a plural. Well no wonder!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
By Alicia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I dont generally read this genre... But hey it was worth a try, for free (right?). Needless to say I absolutely loved it. To see Kas go from bratty teenager and grow into herself was amazing! When I started reading I didn't know what to expect, next thing I know I was 5 chapters in and wanted to call in sick to work to finish reading it. It kept me guessing, as soon as I would think I had something figured out, it would change. I was so sad to see the last page of the book!!! I wanted to read straight through to see what happened to Kas and her friends. It left you wondering. And all though I read this book about a month ago, I still think about it and can't wait to see what happens in the next book :)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa577e258) out of 5 stars A Reading the Paranormal Review April 22 2013
By Kelly Rubidoux - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I am torn on this book. I liked the overall mythology and the idea of a group of supernaturals that defended humanity against demons buuuuut... I was bothered by the way Kas handled some of the things that were thrown at her. Or, not how she handled them so much as how she didn't handle them. I mean, if you're ruthlessly separated from everything you've known and forced to do terrible, awful things, I find it hard to believe that when the chance came to reconnect with them you wouldn't do everything in your power to track them down. She had a brief moment of "OMG! My friends! My family!" and then she fell into line and it seemed to become a non-issue.

That said, I liked Kas for the most part. She's put in a situation that isn't easy and she finds a way to work with it. Chax isn't an easy person to get along with, but she sees his commitment to the fallen and their fight and she grows to respect him for that. I do think she should have *talked* to someone about some of the things she was experiencing at Hellhouse (dreams where you wake up screaming tend to be a harbinger of bad things) but I can also understand that she was doing her best to be strong and deal with things on her own. Of course, dealing with things on her own ended up landing her in a world of hurt, so the lesson that they're stronger together would have been a good one to learn at that point.

Now, I do have a bit of a thing when it comes to authority figures purposefully keeping critical information from their charges. In this case, it was why Hellhounds were pushed into pairing off with their mates at fairly young ages. I can only assume that their secrecy will be explained at a later date because, right now, I'm not understanding why it isn't something that everyone knows.

Overall, this was a fun book. I wasn't entirely sold on some of Kas's decisions but I do like the direction the storyline is heading in. And I must say that I hope we see more of Chax in the future because I like that guy. He's intense. Intense is good.

-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Mathyaet - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I received this book from the author, Karen Swart, and from Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock. Kasadya Hellhound Awakened is the first book of a four book series written about Kasadya. This book is about Kasadya, a seventeen year old girl, who is entering her new life. She was raised as a human but when she was seventeen she had to go start her new life. Kasadya is a fallen. Fallen were created by God after an Archangel lead some of the other Angels in a rebellion. After they were defeated, God allowed those Angels who had fought in the rebellion a chance to repent and declare their loyalty. While God took pity on them, he still believed that their deeds must be punished, so he turned them into Fallen. The Fallen were given an early realm they could live in called Exsilium. The Fallens’ job is to hunt down the Angels who had not repented and were turned into Demons as these Demons are evil and trying to hurt humankind. This book starts out as a new Fallen starts her life as a Fallen so we get to see how she learns to use her new abilities as well as about the Fallen. Kasadya is a Hellhound. There are many Fallen and they are in many shapes, faes, vampires, werewolves, and many other kind and variations.

This book was awesome! I started reading this story and was immediately drawn into the story. The characters are so detailed that the story just seems to jump off the pages. I tried to pace myself and ended up reading the whole book in just two days. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes books about shape shifters or paranormal style characters. Also this is a great book for people who like books where good is fighting against evil.

I’m giving this book 5 fangs.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa577e36c) out of 5 stars Interesting idea for a book but end result is only an OK book May 11 2014
By CRAZY4PEANUTBUTTER - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I can't really say that the book is a bad book because the plot was interesting. But the authors choice to use odd words like yip and others was just confusing. After reading the book I still don't know what yip stands for. Sometimes I think it could mean yeah or yup. But then its just thrown in odd places that make that type of word choice off so I don't know. Another annoying fact about the book is all the spelling errors. I know this is supposed to be for young adults but I'm assuming since it is a book that it is supposed to be for ones that can read and form intelligent thoughts. Then there is the fact that the author seemed to throw in every paranormal type creature she could think of both popular ( vampires, fairies, werewolves and such ) along with ones she made up was just to much at times and in my opinion dragged the quality of the book down even further. So adding that all up to answer the question of would I recommend this book up for reading and I would have to say a big NO. Not unless your completely out of other things to read and you can read the book for free.