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When fourteen-year-old Nika DeWinter breaks her arm, she doesn't think it's that big a deal-and, really, it isn't...because, in fact, it's a "huge" deal: that simple break will change her life forever. After a routine blood test at the hospital reveals anomalies in her blood, Nika is forced to go and live with her father, who she's never met before, in a setting that's like When fourteen-year-old Nika DeWinter breaks her arm, she doesn't think it's that big a deal-and, really, it isn't...because, in fact, it's a "huge" deal: that simple break will change her life forever. After a routine blood test at the hospital reveals anomalies in her blood, Nika is forced to go and live with her father, who she's never met before, in a setting that's like no other she's ever encountered. Everywhere Nika looks, she sees amazing spectacles of magic, wonder, mystery, and danger, and she finds herself feeling unfamiliar emotions. From fledgling curiosity and rebellion, to budding romantic attraction, Nika slowly but surely begins to discover herself and come to terms with who, and what, she is. But when a fire and murder interrupt her life, the comfort, companionship, and control she's only begun to experience are threatened. If she is to stay true to herself and live to see another day, Nika must embrace the danger that surrounds her and dredge through the past that confounds her-though doing so could prove fatal. As you follow Nika through "Justice Trail," expect the unexpected. Hers is a story you don't want to miss.


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When fourteen-year-old Nika DeWinter breaks her arm, she doesn't think it's that big a deal-and, really, it isn't...because, in fact, it's a "huge" deal: that simple break will change her life forever. After a routine blood test at the hospital reveals anomalies in her blood, Nika is forced to go and live with her father, who she's never met before, in a setting that's like When fourteen-year-old Nika DeWinter breaks her arm, she doesn't think it's that big a deal-and, really, it isn't...because, in fact, it's a "huge" deal: that simple break will change her life forever. After a routine blood test at the hospital reveals anomalies in her blood, Nika is forced to go and live with her father, who she's never met before, in a setting that's like no other she's ever encountered. Everywhere Nika looks, she sees amazing spectacles of magic, wonder, mystery, and danger, and she finds herself feeling unfamiliar emotions. From fledgling curiosity and rebellion, to budding romantic attraction, Nika slowly but surely begins to discover herself and come to terms with who, and what, she is. But when a fire and murder interrupt her life, the comfort, companionship, and control she's only begun to experience are threatened. If she is to stay true to herself and live to see another day, Nika must embrace the danger that surrounds her and dredge through the past that confounds her-though doing so could prove fatal. As you follow Nika through "Justice Trail," expect the unexpected. Hers is a story you don't want to miss.

42 review for Justice Trail (Nika series, #1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Liam McKormic

    I am not a big fiction reader, I tend to lean more toward historic non-fiction reading, however the cover to this book compelled me greatly and I took a chance. I am so glad i did! Justice Trail sucked me in with the first chapter, it's fast reading and always leaves wanting to know what is going to happen next. I found myself smiling with the chapters that made me laugh, as well as finding myself with a smile and warm tingling feeling inside with the budding romance that was flirted upon. The ad I am not a big fiction reader, I tend to lean more toward historic non-fiction reading, however the cover to this book compelled me greatly and I took a chance. I am so glad i did! Justice Trail sucked me in with the first chapter, it's fast reading and always leaves wanting to know what is going to happen next. I found myself smiling with the chapters that made me laugh, as well as finding myself with a smile and warm tingling feeling inside with the budding romance that was flirted upon. The adventure and mystery complied itself not to the point where you get confused but to the point where you just want to know more, "thirst for knowledge" so to speak. The young heroine of the story, is not the hero type nor is she even the daring type. More like a hidden hero, but the co-hero of the story always seems to be a little more of a villain and you can't help but to see yourself as him, at least I know I did. The book has a bit of just about everything, mystery-who done it, who are you, are you evil..., adventure, young romance, odd friends- Amaris Gripvey is so odd, she is so real., murder, and intriguing NEW fairies-i want my own humbunny! (thankfully not the same ol' sparkling fairies). When I say fairies I normally think of the sparkle type things for little kids age 0-10 but the ones in this book, don't sparkle and often they don't leave the idea of a "fairy" but they are compelling and a bit alluring, believable and captivating for adults and kids. Bringing a whole new concept to an old adage (fairies) but rather than pick apart the "old adage" this new idea the author came up with gives adults and kids alike some thing new to look forward too. I can't wait for Book Two

  2. 5 out of 5

    CJames

    the 1st chapter had my mind going from the first paragraph. The following chapters entertained my curiosity, slowing nudging it. When I read the last page I kept looking for more, I couldn't be believe that was the end. I turned the book over in my hands as if that would make more chapters magically appear, I just want more, now what is going to happen. I must know! I am usually pretty good at figuring out who the "bad" guy in the story is, fairly quickly, but with the twists and turns my curios the 1st chapter had my mind going from the first paragraph. The following chapters entertained my curiosity, slowing nudging it. When I read the last page I kept looking for more, I couldn't be believe that was the end. I turned the book over in my hands as if that would make more chapters magically appear, I just want more, now what is going to happen. I must know! I am usually pretty good at figuring out who the "bad" guy in the story is, fairly quickly, but with the twists and turns my curiosity was kept busy and I didn't figure out until the "du-du-dunnn" part of the book. A few characters, I particularly liked, one in particular reminded me so much of my brother(s), as well as a few that I loved to hate as they too reminded me so much of people I have met that were very distasteful. Its good that the author was able to create her characters to resemble real people, I find it is easy to relate to. Thankfully, there is a second book coming out because try as I may, I can't seem to figure out how the author intends to continue the series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Logan

    I was very surprise about this book (mainly because I'm not a big fan of fantasy books) has the makings of greatness! The way the book was created shows the brilliance of the author and the creativity of the characters was fantastic! And to be perfectly honest when I heard the word "fairies" I thought it would be rejects from tinker bell, but this book proved me wrong! The fairies she made are awesome, but i won't give too much info on them so everyone else can read it and find out for themselve I was very surprise about this book (mainly because I'm not a big fan of fantasy books) has the makings of greatness! The way the book was created shows the brilliance of the author and the creativity of the characters was fantastic! And to be perfectly honest when I heard the word "fairies" I thought it would be rejects from tinker bell, but this book proved me wrong! The fairies she made are awesome, but i won't give too much info on them so everyone else can read it and find out for themselves. This book has been the best fantasy book I have ever read 10/10 or in this case 5/5!

  4. 5 out of 5

    1122Bugd

    I am a vivid reader and read a lot of fantasy books, but this book popped out to me. I'm glad I read it! I love the humbunnies, but my favorite is Na-Jessia. The fairies aren't your typical sparkly fairies so that was neat. I loved the book and highly suggest it! I am a vivid reader and read a lot of fantasy books, but this book popped out to me. I'm glad I read it! I love the humbunnies, but my favorite is Na-Jessia. The fairies aren't your typical sparkly fairies so that was neat. I loved the book and highly suggest it!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ice Queen

    This is a great book for all ages. I found it very interesting the author tells you about the characters without getting wordy and gets right to the intrigue of the story I love that in a book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Csimplot Simplot

    Excellent book!!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kaileah Nelson

    WOW! I didn't think I'd ever find a book that I'd became so addicted to reading. I've read it like six times already even tried to read it twice in one day. The characters are so awesome...they seem so real...I love that. Its a sitting on the edge of your seat, fast pace excitement book! I found myself holding my breathe at some pretty cool moments and I'd laughed at some of the parts too. The action, mystery and flirting with death. Fantastic! The different kinds of fairies are so cool! Blood fai WOW! I didn't think I'd ever find a book that I'd became so addicted to reading. I've read it like six times already even tried to read it twice in one day. The characters are so awesome...they seem so real...I love that. Its a sitting on the edge of your seat, fast pace excitement book! I found myself holding my breathe at some pretty cool moments and I'd laughed at some of the parts too. The action, mystery and flirting with death. Fantastic! The different kinds of fairies are so cool! Blood fairies are so alluring, I particular like one of the characters. He reminds me of some people I know. John and Louella are also cool characters. I can't tell you all the characters, so you have to read and find out, but I can tell you the author did a awesome job in making them seem real. The twists and turns are very good and flowed perfectly. I can usually figure out who some of the villains are or at least the ones that kinda give off a bad vibe, but in this book I was unable. I highly recommend this book!!

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    Osmometer

  9. 4 out of 5

    Yamielovesbooks

  10. 4 out of 5

    James Lynam

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    K.D. Nelson

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