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Knowledge Revealed (The Nememiah Chronicles Book 1) by [Williams, D.S.]
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After a devastating tragedy, Charlotte Duncan has only one goal...

... And that is to end her life. Seeing no hope of escape from the nightmare her life has become, Charlotte relocates to the small town of Puckhaber Falls. But the quick and unexpected kindness of the residents puts pause to her plans. Then one day a fateful accident introduces her to Lucas Tine.

Serving as a distraction to her own troubles, Charlotte finds herself drawn to the mysterious stranger for reasons she can’t quite put a finger on. As more time passes, she uncovers Lucas’s ancient past—and reveals some secrets of her own.

The first book in the Nememiah Chronicles, Knowledge Revealed is about the strength of the human spirit and finding the courage to carry on.

About the Author

Wife and mother to four demanding teenagers, D.S. Williams started writing at the age of five, when life was simpler and her stories really didn't have to make much sense. When you're five, happily ever after always ended the story and how you got there didn't matter so much. Older and wiser, D.S. Williams has continued to write... and write... and write. With the support and encouragement of her husband and friends, she has finally come to the conclusion that she can't keep hiding from the world forever and should try sharing the numerous novels which have been written over the past 40+ years. D.S. Williams enjoys writing (obviously), reading (voraciously) and making lists (obsessively). She's enjoyed a lifelong addiction to foods starting with 'ch' - cheesecake, chocolate and chips - and when it comes to books, she loves a really good cliffhanger. Be warned! She shares her life with her husband of twenty eight years, the Gang of Four and the current furry residents, Tuppence the Groodle and Angus the Bull Mastiff.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 975 KB
  • Print Length: 389 pages
  • Publisher: Creativia; 3 edition (Dec 17 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00APUUJPQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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First up, I'l say if you're an adult who enjoyed Twilight, you'll definitely enjoy this. It has the same doomed love concept that drew me to the Stephenie Meyer's first book: a vampire trying to be good who falls in love with a human. As a result, this book does have strong elements in common with the Twilight series. But Charlotte is no Bella Swan...and Lucas is more adult than Edward the eternal sulky teenager.

Charlotte has her own secrets, both from her past and in her present, and these make for interesting twists as the story progresses. More than once, she takes matters into her own hands, for better or worse, and she's firmly aware of the consequences of her actions.

Lucas has all the sex appeal you'd expect of a vampire hero - one who truly does make a girl's heart beat faster. Yet he's not a controlling basatard, either, or he'd never have a hope with the independent Charlotte.

This ends on a well-crafted cliffhanger that will leave you wanting to read the next book immediately, as it did me. A well-deserved five stars.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9ab10ab0) out of 5 stars 19 reviews
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab1d738) out of 5 stars The KISS of this book is one you don't want to miss! Feb. 15 2015
By P.S. Winn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Personally I loved this book and found it so much more believable than another vampire book that some like but I found lacking, so I can only say stand back Twilight Series, this book is awesome. Charlotte Duncan has had a horrifying life, Her mom and brother and sisters were all killed by her step-dad and now Charlotte wants to end her own life. When she travels to a small town to be alone and possibly find a way out of this life she is hit by a car being driven by Lucas Tine and that is when Charlotte's life turns into an adventure of a lifetime. I found this book mesmerizing and couldn't put it down. The author has a terrific writing style and tells one terrific story. I can't wait to read the others in this remarkable series.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab1d984) out of 5 stars A hugely enjoyable paranormal romance July 9 2014
By Ray Green - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I'll start by saying that this is not perhaps the genre I usually read. I guess it could be described as a 'paranormal romance'. Having said that I enjoyed it a lot!
The story starts with the main character, Charlotte Duncan, relocating to a small, sleepy town in the middle of nowhere where she tries to pluck up the courage to end her own life, following a personal tragedy - the nature of which is, at this stage not disclosed - in her past. While she is there she meets a mysterious, handsome stranger who captivates her and makes her start to re-evaluate her intentions. It is clear that there is something very different about this enigmatic stranger, and the reader's interest builds as hints at his secret are gradually dripped in until eventually the truth is revealed.
For me, the pace of the story then began to slacken a little from this point onward, through the middle part of the book as Charlotte's relationship with this man and his group of very unusual friends is explored in very extensive detail, and Charlotte's tragic past is gradually revealed.
But then at the end of the book, the pace picks up again and the book ends on a huge cliff-hanger, which actually left me feeling a little short-changed, as you absolutely have to buy the next book in the series to find out what happens. As an author myself, I don't really approve of this tactic: I feel each book should be capable of being read standalone, even though it can of course contain a hook at the end to try to encourage the reader to buy the next book in the series.
Apart from the style of ending just mentioned there was one other factor which prevented me giving this book 5 stars: there were just too many errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. For me, the distraction caused by these gremlins did detract a little from my overall enjoyment of the book.
Having pointed out the negatives as well as the positives (from my own perspective of course) I have to say it was a hugely enjoyable read and I guess I'll now be buying the second book in the series to see what happens next!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab1dbc4) out of 5 stars A well-deserved five stars Aug. 25 2014
By Demelza Carlton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
First up, I'l say if you're an adult who enjoyed Twilight, you'll definitely enjoy this. It has the same doomed love concept that drew me to the Stephenie Meyer's first book: a vampire trying to be good who falls in love with a human. As a result, this book does have strong elements in common with the Twilight series. But Charlotte is no Bella Swan...and Lucas is more adult than Edward the eternal sulky teenager.

Charlotte has her own secrets, both from her past and in her present, and these make for interesting twists as the story progresses. More than once, she takes matters into her own hands, for better or worse, and she's firmly aware of the consequences of her actions.

Lucas has all the sex appeal you'd expect of a vampire hero - one who truly does make a girl's heart beat faster. Yet he's not a controlling basatard, either, or he'd never have a hope with the independent Charlotte.

This ends on a well-crafted cliffhanger that will leave you wanting to read the next book immediately, as it did me. A well-deserved five stars.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab1de40) out of 5 stars Author has talent...but Jan. 7 2013
By Anna - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
The skill of this author is clear, but sadly her ideas and efforts at creating unique characters are not. Brief synopsis;
A group of vampires move to an isolated town, they are all extremely beautiful. One of them, a cute quirky girl, can predict the future, one of them can read minds, the vampires were born centuries earlier and have a charming, but antiquated way of speaking, the vamps smell good to attract victims and they are worried that the new girlfriend (Charlotte) of their leader (Lucas) will tell others in the town about them and they'll have to move. Hummm... It is explained to Charlotte that the vampires in the group, called a 'KISS', feed off animals, not humans, and so she is (sort of) safe. There are other bad vampires who do not follow this get-along-with-the-fragile-humans policy and still gobble humans in the old fashioned way...and the Edward-like Lucas has a hard time controlling his vampire urges around the Bella-like Charlotte when they get frisky and it frustrates him; she is terrified he'll leave her because of it. So...by now you're probably getting the same feeling as I: the author read the same series of books and or saw the films about vampires as 99.9% of other readers of paranormal romance have. This is disapointing as the author can write, she just needs to come up with character developments that are her own and not someone else's. Once you get past the obvious take-offs from the other series, the author does a nice job of story telling and overall (if you hadn't read the other books about sparkly vampires) you'll like it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab1dcd8) out of 5 stars Clear your schedule. You won't want to stop reading this book. Aug. 13 2014
By Jane V. Blanchard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Once started, I couldn't put down The Nememiah Chronicles - Knowledge Revealed By D. S. Williams. I bought the book (first in series of four) because of the cover, and knowing very little about the author or the genre. The story is very quick paced and I flipped the pages to see what would happen next to Charlotte Duncan. Why was she trying to kill herself? Who was Lucas Tine and why was he so mysterious? I read about ten percent of the book before I got some answers, and I was quite surprised.

The story then becomes more complex with characters and plot. There is tension, romance, and twists. I couldn't put the book down. When the book ended, I moaned--it is a cliff-hanger--and then ran to the computer to download the second book to see what happens to Charlotte.

I would have rated this 5-stars on the basis of the story, but the book needs editing. If you can over look the grammar, D. S. Williams will enchant you with this tale.