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Owlet by Emma Michaels- Blog Tour and Breview

18 Jun, 2013 by in owlet, reading away the days Leave a comment

Fire and Ice is thrilled to be today’s blog tour stop for 

by Emma Michaels
Young Adult (Paranormal) 
138 pages
Published by Tribute Books
Book Source: blog tour
First in a series
Things I loved about Owlet the cover. Wow! Beautiful and intriguing. 5 stars on the cover for sure. Here’s another author that has done her homework and provided swirling fonts, an easy to use press kit, a book trailer and blogger friendly website that interfaces with readers and reviewers alike.

The concept of a Society of Birds and Never Never being tied into an Alice in Wonderland type ethereal story.

Falcon, the main man. He is complex, loyal and has a certain swoon worthy quality about him.

The idea of the heroine having a disability. Her asthma is very debilitating and is a major premise of the storyline. She finds a way to overcome her trials and triumph.

It’s short…like a novella and can be read in one day.

I struggled with: fully understanding what exactly was going on in the first five chapters. The pacing is so fast and the writing almost like stream of consciousness. It’s hard to pick up the plot and characters unless you re read after you catch the gist.

The disconnectedness of events. It is written almost like a literal dream. There are bits and pieces scattered in Iris memory both wakeful and asleep that you must put together. If you like to figure things out on your own this is your kind of book!

Overall: It is CLEAN! Yay. 

I will admit Owlet pulled me back several times and has very interesting mythology mixed with fairy tale. Thanks so much to Reading Away the Days blog tours and author Emma Michaels for asking us to join the blog tour!

Somewhere between falling and flying… there is a girl.
Iris has a secret. She lost her memory eight years ago and never told a living soul. After an asthma attack one night she finds out that her dreams of a strange house on a snowy island may be a memory resurfacing but the more she learns about the past the more she realizes the life she has been living is a lie. As the façade her father has built starts to crumble around her she will have to decide which means more to her; the truth or her life.

 Emma Michaels is a cover artist and the author of Owlet. As the founder of The Writers Voice blog ( she loves to connect authors and readers. Her love of blogging started when she created a review blog in 2009 ( which gave her the courage to finally submit her own novels to publishers.