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Tate James is a USA Today bestselling author of the fantasy, paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and sometimes dabbles in the romantic suspense. She was born and raised in the land of the long white cloud (New Zealand), but now lives in Australia with her husband, their babies and her furry baby.

She loves books, red wine, cats and coffee and he is definitely not a morning person. She’s a bit too sarcastic and swears too much by high society and definitely tells too many dirty jokes.

Book7th Circle
AuthorTate James
LanguageEnglish
Size1.1 MB
Pages380
CategoryNovel

7th Circle Book PDF download for free

7th Circle Book PDF download for free

7th Circle is the first in a new series set in Shadow Grove. Various characters are switching over to the Madison Kate series, but you don’t need to read the MK story first. HADES is a new adult contemporary reverse harem series, which means the lead actress has multiple love interests and never has to choose between finding her HEA.

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7th Circle is not what I expected, pretty much the whole Tate James experience. This is Shadow Grove like we’ve never seen it before, and I’m obsessed with it. Entertaining and sexy, of course. But what attracted me most to 7th Circle is the deeply intricate character dynamics and clever contrasts that make up this story. By far the most psychologically interesting Tate series to date, and we’ve only just begun!

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I have written and deleted this review so many times because when it comes down to it I don’t want to spoil anything. That’s part of what makes this story so incredible: the anticipation of discovering the long-mocked identity of the mythical Hades. And the only way to REALLY absorb this story the way it’s meant to be told is to immerse yourself head-on.

This story is BRILLIANT, and I’m sure it will be Tate’s most complex and groundbreaking series to date. Certainly this is his strongest writing to date. But unlike my normal revision approach, I can’t really delve into the literary wizardry with much specificity without risking accidental allusions to the identities of our namesakes. But you know, this story is a literary genius. Tate does something here that is incredibly inventive, radically fresh, and very cleverly designed. ) and hey, once you’ve read, join the spoiler room; you’ll find my more complete/specific analysis sprinkled in the comments haha)

What I love about Tate James as a writer is that she always looks at the big picture, not just the story in the moment. Keep that in mind, dear reader, because each book in her series advances the story in a very carefully and artistically crafted way. 7th Circle is about fundamentals: they help us understand the players, understand the landscape, and reorient ourselves as readers to a world we think we know. We saw Shadow Grove through MK’s eyes, but MK is no longer our protagonist.

We see Shadow Grove and some of the characters we’ve met before with very different eyes now. And Tate does it brilliantly, because this world, these people, somehow feels familiar and brand new. Oh, we have the same grim darkness, brooding intensity, and explosive chemistry that we love from MK’s version of the world, but we also get to experience it in a whole new light. And Tate is very clever in using tone, character voices and pacing to establish this series as a world of its own.

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This is one of the most interesting, compelling, and original character voices I’ve read in a long time. But the pacing is what I liked the most here: Tate takes her time to lay the groundwork. The “action”/thriller and drama we know is building slowly, so we can REALLY dive into this new Shadow Grove, but mostly so we can really dive into this harem.

I want to talk A LOT about this creative genius of this harem, but I can’t say too much without spoiling something, but I will say this: this harem has a very different feel than MK or any other harem I’ve read. . The basis of this harem, the connective tissue, is radically different and VERY interesting. There are so many complexities in the dynamics of relationships. I think the role of history and power will be a big factor in the development of this story, and it will make things chaotic and fluid in a very stimulating way.

The way these characters come together is incredibly brilliant writing – the way Tate got to the core of the characters and understood the construction of the harem through that lens, WOW, I can’t wait to see where it leads. And the parts where he focuses in this story on the progression of the harem, it’s not at all what you’d expect, but it turns out to be such clever character writing. Please note that this harem will be original and dynamic.

and Hades. I LOVE HADES. Possibly my favorite Tate character of all time. Whether your theories were right or wrong (I was wrong…), buckle up for this ride because Hades is 10 times better than I ever imagined. This is a revolutionary character in many ways, and Tate lets this character breathe in grim glory. It’s going to be a wild ride, and possibly Tate’s most inventive series yet. The opening chapters alone define what this story established, and of course, in typical Tate fashion, it leaves us with a cliffhanger that has been battered, hurt, and bewildered.

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