Fledgling

Fledgling Set apart from other eighteen year olds Ana Hughes knows she is different A life threatening heart condition smothers her future and she yearns to feel normal Her hopes are pinned on a fresh start in

  • Title: Fledgling
  • Author: Natasha Brown
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  • Page: 373
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  • Set apart from other eighteen year olds, Ana Hughes knows she is different A life threatening heart condition smothers her future and she yearns to feel normal Her hopes are pinned on a fresh start in a remote town far from her native Colorado Among the locker filled hallways in Clark Bend High, Ana keeps to the shadows, not wanting to draw attention to her violet tingeSet apart from other eighteen year olds, Ana Hughes knows she is different A life threatening heart condition smothers her future and she yearns to feel normal Her hopes are pinned on a fresh start in a remote town far from her native Colorado Among the locker filled hallways in Clark Bend High, Ana keeps to the shadows, not wanting to draw attention to her violet tinged lips and wilted silhouette And she almost succeeds, until she meets Chance Morgan Struggling to keep up appearances, she soon suspects Chance is hiding something as well His animal like senses, miraculous healing ability and peculiar reaction to her Thunderbird necklace compels Ana to question if there s to the stories about his Navajo ancestry Without any other explanation, she fears he is playing tricks on her But the truth may prove too much for Ana s delicate heart

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    • Natasha Brown

      Natasha Brown lives with her husband, two children and two dogs in Littleton, Colorado She was inspired to write a story about a girl struggling with her heart condition, after her daughter was born with heart defects I like lead women who have the tenacity to carry on even in the face of adversity Ana is a character I look up to and I can t wait to share with my readers where her character is going in the series.

    211 thoughts on “Fledgling

    • Twilight plot + heart defect subplot + shapeshifting/Navajo mythology - bloodsucking + meandering storyline filled with meaningless detail = Fledgling.


    • DNF @12%I've been spoiled with such good books with great stories (Blood of Eden trilogy) that now I need the promise of action in a book.DNF.Hope you guys enjoy more than I did!Pg 27/270 on my Kindle.I need more enticing plots or at least more original and or more action scenes with kick butt people.2/5 stars


    • This book was somewhere between 2 and 3 stars for me (based on the good reads allocation of 2 it was ok, 3 I liked it). There was nothing that stands out as particularly good or bad. The romance between Ana & Chance was sweet and I liked how although the attraction was instant, they actually had plenty in common, spent lots of time together and had actual conversations before falling in love. However, I felt the story itself was very slow-paced and kind of meandered along without much happen [...]


    • For more paranormal romance reads check out facebook/ParanormalBoSexual quotient: non existent.Soundtrack: youtu/gWSjksHySAk cran dreaming my dreamsThis is a tender, sweet story, although I found most characters failed the credibility test. Too nice, too polite. No fighting, no swearing. Teenagers? I don’t think they pass for muster.A slow story which eventually lost my interest. Too much niceness, not enough action.Still, a nice YA read if you feel like it.


    • UGH. You know what Fledgling needs? A hell of a lot less instalove and a hell of a lot more Native American mythology. An author who knows how to use the past perfect* and a heroine who attended school often enough to justify her graduation and made some friends other than her boyfriend would be nice, too.*Do any authors know how to use the past perfect these days??


    • 4.5 starsAna Hughes has had a pretty hard life. She was born with a heart defect and later was diagnosed with a heart disease. Her mom ends up losing her job and they have to move to Idaho for her new job. Ana has never know what it's like to live a "normal" life and when she meets Chance Morgan she decides that "normal" is exactly what she needs. She knows it won't last long and eventually she will have to tell him but she just can't bare to have another person walk out of her life because of h [...]


    • A comment on Maki's review: I work in the field of disabilities, and the author has the main character's reactions about wanting to hide her medical problems, no matter how life threatening, absolutely spot-on. This is especially true for teens, but just about everyone does stupid things and makes bad decisions to try and fit in rather than standing out. And, normal people are very good at isolating anyone who is different, so we have a very strong motivator to appear normal, no matter how diffe [...]


    • There were so many things I loved about Natasha Brown's Fledgling. The author has a true talent for prose. She included some of the most stunning descriptions of setting I've ever read in a YA novel and I read a lot of YA. I was captivated by her lovely use of language. It added so much to an already enjoyable read.The two main characters, Chance and Ana, truly fall in love the old fashioned way. I appreciated this because it's very unique for a YA Paranormal. Their romance is sweet. At first th [...]


    • A lover of paranormal I am and while not normally a fan of Young Adult, I took a chance and read this book. I am happy to say, I am glad I took the chance. A very solid written book with descriptions that allow you to perfectly see the scene in the writer's mind and feel the emotions of the characters as they move through their story. The characters were believable along with even the paranormal aspects. The plot was deep enough to very much satisfy my mind and kept me guessing as to exactly how [...]


    • When I had the opportunity to read a copy of "Fledgling," I thought it was going to be a teen romance with the main character having a heart defect; I had NO idea it was a fantasy! It was fantastic, and I'm looking forward to reading future books Brown writes in the series. Having a congenital heart defect myself, I definitely identified with Ana, and everything she was going through with her heart problem. Brown definitely has a good sense of what adolescents facing such problems must go throug [...]


    • Author Natasha Brown wrote an intriguing tale with her YA novel, Fledgling. Surviving her serious heart condition is the life Ana has ever known until her family moves to a new town and she meets Chance. Instantly drawn to his intense hazel eyes Ana easily falls under his spell, though is afraid to ruin their newfound relationship by revealing the seriousness of her heart condition. As Ana and Chance grow closer it soon becomes apparent that Chance is hiding a secret of his own, a secret that co [...]


    • I usually am the one checking reviews to see how good a book is and I was amazed that not many people have reviewed such an awesome book.Fledgling is an amazing paranormal love story with sympathetic and unique characters.There is no fall in love in 5 seconds here its about two people who are different and get to know each other and slowly fall in love.Natasha Brown has created amazing characters who you will deeply care for and a unique story that you will want to read many times.This is my fir [...]


    • This was one of those surprises that comes along unexpectedly every now and then to make your day. Frankly, I started reading this book because it was written by a friend of mine and I thought I should.I didn't expect to fall in love with the characters or to be unable to put it down. I read it straight through in one sitting and was a little sad when it was all over. The characters are unique and quirky, but very likable, and the plot moved along and stayed interesting enough that I was complet [...]


    • This book was Twilight. Teenage girl moves to new, very small town. She meets handsome loner boy and falls in love. She discovers handsome loner boy isn't totally human and doesn't care. An evil boy shows up who also isn't totally human and kidnaps girl. Handsome loner boy kills evil boy, then has to use his supernatural powers to save girl's life in a way that is difficult for him. Loner boy and girl survive and happily go to prom together. I didn't like Twilight. I didn't like this book, eithe [...]


    • Shifters are one of my favourite things to read about, but I think this was the first with a native theme. It was a wonderful success. This is a heart warming story I will read again and again.


    • Another first book in a series. I don't know where I got it from, but it was definitely worth reading. I guess I have to buy the rest too.


    • This is the first time that I have given a one star to a book with decent grammar and an okay plot. It was just poorly executed. It drags on and on, shows very little reason the characters are together except "I just knew you were different like me" and no one's mother, no matter how kind or allowing, would let their daughter run around almost every waking moment with her boyfriend--unless they are a bad mother. Maybe she's tired of not having help, but she was too fearful for fragile-hearted A [...]


    • Ana has a serious heart condition. She, her mother and younger sister move to a small town in ID—her grandmother’s vacant house—when her mother is laid off but able to get re-hired at a bank she worked for years ago; they have to have insurance for Ana. The eighteen year old is shy, does not want anyone new to know about her heart and takes pains to hide her surgery scar. On her first day of school, she’s paired up with Chance in two classes and a friendship begins with this good-looking [...]


    • About halfway through reading this book, I started to think it was a perfectly good book without any paranormal plot to it,,, then Chance's secret is revealed. The story got ten times better (even though as previously stated, I don't know how, because it was a good book already.) anyways, you learn what Chance is and the rest of the story runs quickly as Ana battles her health, Chance grows stronger and the final event of the book happens. After I finished, I set the book down and uttered one wo [...]


    • Upon the recommendation of my preteen daughter, who gave it rave reviews, I picked this book up today to read. It was EXCELLENT! The pace of the story was great, the characters had a good, genuine feel to them, and the story itself kept me immersed in the book until I finished it. This is a great book for readers who like fantasy, especially fantasy in a modern setting, regardless of age. I feel that I enjoyed the book as much as my daughter did. This was a great book on its own merits, and the [...]


    • The first chapter is satisfying enough. It reminded me of a lesser version of the introduction to "The Fault in Our Stars", but then it quickly fell into an abyss of awkward writing and never came out. Anna and Chance are nice enough, but their characters are bland and uninspiring. Anna's anger over Chance's strange behavior comes out of nowhere and his eventual revelation seems silly because of the poor set up. All in all a slow and bland experience, although happily the characters are much nic [...]


    • My gosh! For the first time in my life, I found myself so wrapped up in a part of the story that I was completely unaware that I had been crying. That fact alone should tell you all you need to know. Nicely done Natasha!PS. It was clean and lovely with enough fantasy fiction to keep it interesting but the romance could have been written better and I swear, if I had read the word "delicate" ONE MORE TIME, I would have puked!


    • It isn't something you'd enjoy too much. It's the type of book you pick up in boredom. The book has no proper storyline. There weren't many big problems and when there was one it was solved with no explanation! I wouldn't say it was worth the time you put into reading it. I'd honestly say it was a 2.5 stars. I'll give it a 3 I found out this is a series and I honestly don't get why. I wish this was just a longer novel instead of a series. I don't think I'll continue on.


    • This started out as a sweet young adult about a sick girl and the new boy who becomes her friend and the something more. It was ruined by the ridiculous supernatural elements with the boy who can shift into animals. I felt like the author started writing out one story and ended with another completely different story that just doesn't work.A pass.



    • It was a good plot, I liked the characters, nice story, but I did not enjoy the narration, it was too drawn out, too slow and repetitive it made me lose interest, there were typos, and parts that seemed to be reworded but somehow didn't follow through on the entire sentence, so these were hard to understand. Basically once you get passed 50% of the book it gets interesting.The story is about 18 yo Ana, who has a serious heart condition and due to her mother's lay off, move to her grandmas empty [...]


    • OK I'm giving this a 2.5 only because I actually didn't finish the book but there were points in the book that were interesting. I made it to page 198 and I just couldn't take it anymore. Throughout the book the writing was stilted and the sentences could've been combined or written so that they didn't seem so disjointed. I also felt that the writer talked a lot about stuff that I don't think necessarily needed to be fleshed out and there were some, I don't know, weird things that I felt she put [...]


    • As an older adult I read this looking for a good escape. This was a pretty good story in the development stage. I think the climax was a struggle. The description and detail for the action could’ve been stronger. All though this is a series, I don’t want to read the remaining books in the series.


    • This was a short but sweet read about a boy who inherits shapeshifting from his Navajo heritage. He falls for new student Ana, who has a heart condition that appears to be worsening. I was fascinated by these two characters & the heartwarming relationship they develop. I'm trying to get my hands on book 2.


    • A quick easy enjoyable read. I just wanted a little more out of the book. I felt the romance started quick and easy then didn’t go anywhere. The book skipped over all school life and there wasn’t any character development with anyone else bar the two mains. A lot of small things happened leading up to only one big event which was over quickly.


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