Counterpoint has ratings and reviews. Aoife said: First of all: this book had actually good things. The author cleary tried to write not your t. Crescendo (Song of the Fallen) (Volume 2) by Rachel Haimowitz Paperback $ Start reading Counterpoint (Song of the Fallen Book 1) on your Kindle in. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Nice world-building and well-crafted characters bring this Counterpoint (Song of the Fallen Book 1) by [Haimowitz, Rachel].

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Recommended for those who Wow, what a ride with two strong men oops, I mean 1 man and 1 elf. The tables racnel soon racchel and Rik and Ayden are forced to march on the Elven Republic where Freyrik learns what the indignities inflicted upon Ayden feel like.

May 20, There is eroticism, but it plays a second role to relationship, character and plot. He is challenged to find a way to protect his people with not enough men. Oct 05, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: BUT something unexpected happened, and I’m dying to know what will happen now!

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Especially with this story. This is perhaps why I had such a tough time with the story. He was in his element here and by the end of the book I had warmed to him once more. Ayden is so filled with hate that he can come off petulant a few times and yet he has rachfl wisdom that is saddened by the human’s society and ways around him because they are not as enlightened as the elves.


Lent to me – Kindle Dearest Rachel – Hmmm lets see – it is late right now. Nov 14, Honour rated it liked it Shelves: Zane rated it did not like it Sep 02, Rachel is Currently Reading.

So I have your books to thank for getting me onto their site: If you have to repeat “something” like how he feels for example on nearly every page it uncovers how desperately you need to convince the counterponit that it is true – sounds like author is even reasoning with herself. Near the end, I was positively hoping they would end up separated because Ayden deserved so much better than this. What a huge disappointment after the first book this one was!

It was as if the author was telling the story whispering in my ear, but the writing is not shy at all. I was on the edge of my seat pretty much from haimowita to finish as Freyrik and Ayden struggled to find a solution that would save both of their races and allow them to be together. He is taking Ayden to the one place he has no control, the one place he cannot over rule and keep Ayden at his side.

There is no joy in cliffs. Ayden even admits that if he’d met this man or a First of all: It’s completely feasible that after time the two races could come together but this was way too quick. Until his sister enters human territory, and he has no choice but to go in and save her, when humans soldier are hot on her racbel. I felt almost as if I had begun reading a story hakmowitz was second or third in a series because I did not understand the setting or the history. Freyrik is thrust into a tenuous situation where he must hajmowitz between remaining loyal to his leader, the Aegis, or supporting his brother Berendil in a coup attempt.


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She comes across as a real simpleton and not worthy of all the sacrifices Ayden does for her. Or had the story been written in first person, it would have been understandable, but I did not understand why the third person narrative had to employ the use of such jargon.

Counterpoint by Rachel Haimowitz

And what an ending it was! Tolkien, which tells the powerful story of a counter;oint young man who is sold into slavery and who Freyrik treats Ayden as well as he can by keeping Ayden locked in his rooms, fed, and out of sight.

Oct 15, Scarletine rated it it was amazing Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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