Filled To Completion (Athanasia Book 1) by Katie Rose Elwood is a mixed genre book that has elements of the genres of fiction, fantasy, science fiction, and urban all mixed together inside it. Filled To Completion (Athanasia Book 1) by Katie Rose Elwood is a book that will appeal most to an audience made up of young adults and adults who enjoy the science fiction and fantasy genres; those who have an interest in psychology will also find the book appealing. Filled To Completion (Athanasia Book 1) by Katie Rose Elwood follows twenty year old Breeze Taylor as she works to get her degree so that she may become a psychologist; Breeze lives a difficult life with only her friends to support her since members of her family have died. Filled To Completion (Athanasia Book 1) by Katie Rose Elwood begins to show the paranormal abilities of Breeze when she cuts her hand during a psychology class on a knife only to find the wound closed and the only evidence that she was even hurt was the blood left on her shirt. Breeze’s life get more difficult when she believes she is developing mental illness unware that she is being targeted by a demon.
Filled To Completion (Athanasia Book 1) by Katie Rose Elwood was a very well written book that I found to be an enjoyable read. Filled To Completion (Athanasia Book 1) by Katie Rose Elwood had amazingly well thought out plot points, psychological accuracy, and well developed characters. Katie Rose Elwood used different types of writing throughout Filled To Completion (Athanasia Book 1) in order to present the reader with a clear understanding of the characters, the scenes, and the settings. I found Katie Rose Elwood’s use of similes to be particularly helpful for creating a picture in my head. One of her similes was “the train, like a long, sleek silver bullet”. I found that these similes and metaphors made the scenes easier to picture in my head. All in all I found the book to be very interesting and I can’t wait for book number two!
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