Read Tree of Ages Online Free - "The seasons are changing. The lines are faltering, undoing the old and bringing life to the new. Trees will fall, and changed earth will be left in their place. A storm is coming."
Finn doesn't remember much about her previous life, and in a world that has been changed by the wars of the Tuatha De, where trust is hard to come by, answers are even more difficult to find. Little does she know, an unknown evil tugs on the strings of fate, and the answers she so desperately seeks may be more important than she could have ever imagined.
|Title||:||Tree of Ages|
|Number of Pages||:||400 pages|
March 24, 2015
Okay so I just finished reading Tree of Ages ;) and I'm giving it a 3.5 because the way I feel about it is in between liking it and really liking it.
Firstly I'd just like to say that I cannot fault the writing itself... IT WAS GREAT. The author has a lot of talent. The whole book was in third pe...
March 19, 2018
I finished this one last week and was pleased to discover another YA fantasy author who didn't rely on sex, swearing, or gore to write a compelling debut novel. The premise of the story was an intriguing hook. A tree, which has been observing the world in the woods, suddenly transforms into a wom...
December 27, 2015
I give this five stars. It would've been four because there was a few scenes that seemed to drag, but it's been a weird week for me, so I don't take that into account.
I loved loved loved this. A tree turning into a human makes for an amazing adventure, especially when you add in a grouchy but ado...
May 03, 2017
A great start but then it dragged a bit for me. I had to keep picking it back up forcing myself along. I must say as a warning that nothing..and I mean nothing, is resolved in book one, this book. Be prepared to purchase the others for a story arc to conclude. This was decent wit...
February 02, 2016
The beginning starts a little slow but it quickly picks up and keeps your interest right to the very end.
Finn, the tree child, wakes to find herself human after spending a century as a tree. She's wakened by Àed who takes her in, cares for her and helps her acclimate to her new state of being.
August 27, 2017
I thought that there was a very compelling backstory here that I was more interested in than the current plot. I would have probably enjoyed this more with some flashbacks.
I thought the writing was sufficient but that there needed to be some editing, as words were left out here and ther...
April 04, 2015
While I liked this book, I found myself bored throughout a lot of the chapters. I'm also not really sure who's the love interest either, but I definitely know I fucking hate Kai. I hope it's not him. PLEASE, NOT THAT MOTHERFUCKER. I also found myself wanting to choke Finn because she can be so fu...
March 21, 2018
It was a very good book! I was sucked in very quickly! All of the intertwining characters and stories felt very reminiscent of A Midsummer Nights Dream. It kept me interested the whole way through. There was so much that happened- so so much, it was difficult to keep track of everyone’s separate...
February 04, 2018
I thought this book would be lame, but it was actually an enjoyable read. I probably wouldn't read it over and over, but it was nice because I wanted an easy Young Adult fiction that would grab my attention, without putting me through emotional upheaval (because I just wasn't in the mood to be th...
January 07, 2018
Every now and then, I stray away from the mainstream and make my way into that little online aisle with the tag “self-published” upon it. This is how I stumbled across “Tree of ages” by Sara C. Roethle. A happy coincidence after typing “self-publish” on Amazon’s search box.
The first thing that c...