Colorworld

Colorworld

Rachel E. Kelly / Sep 21, 2019

Colorworld Wen knows what love looks like Since her mom died over a year ago she s seen it every day on her orphaned younger brother s face Wen s made good on her promise to her mom that she d take care of Ezra

  • Title: Colorworld
  • Author: Rachel E. Kelly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Wen knows what love looks like Since her mom died over a year ago, she s seen it every day on her orphaned younger brother s face Wen s made good on her promise to her mom that she d take care of Ezra, even quitting her carefree party girl ways to become a hard working college student so she can provide for him.Wen knows what love feels like, too Because when she toucheWen knows what love looks like Since her mom died over a year ago, she s seen it every day on her orphaned younger brother s face Wen s made good on her promise to her mom that she d take care of Ezra, even quitting her carefree party girl ways to become a hard working college student so she can provide for him.Wen knows what love feels like, too Because when she touches people, she feels what they do Uniquely perceptive is what her mom called it, and Wen s not going to argue she doesn t know any different.But an energy therapy study changes not only what Wen knows about her unusual gift it also changes her Now, instead of feeling emotions, her touch brings death to others No one is safe around her, especially Ezra.Wen turns to energy healers for help And that s where she meets him Mr Tenacious and Audacious, Gabe Dumas He knows about love, too he speaks it in ways Wen has never experienced And he s never even touched her.With her heart unraveling, Wen discovers a world only she can see It may offer hope for her condition or it may be better left hidden Intended for 16 and upcolorworldbooks

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      • Rachel E. Kelly

        I dig philosophy, lore, fairy tales, authentic romance, and the occult I have longed to read something that artfully combines all 5, and since I haven t found it, I decided to write a story of my own Colorworld is the culmination of all these loves of mine, and it s my passion to make it something everyone can read and get something out of Stories are meant to entertain, yes, but the best stories are the ones that do that AND make you question yourself And since I hold all other literary works to this standard, it is also the standard I hold myself to when writing.The Colorworld series is a story that opens your eyes to the beauty of that everydayness we all know so well while weaving in that wee bit of fantasy we all long for.For sample writing, visit colorworldbooks


    883 Comments

    1. Overall rating 4.5 stars. I marked it down because there were a few glaring errors, such as heroine instead of heroin and two instead of to. Also, I'm not a huge fan of first person present tense POV, but I feel that Rachel Kelly actually pulled it off rather well.Wow! I was first drawn in by this gorgeous cover as I passed by the table at Ohio Comic-Con and I'm a book addict so I decided to check it out. When asked to describe her book, Rachel Kelly asked me if I had watched the show "Heroes," [...]


    2. It was hard for me to focus on the book and not think about the author, since I know her. However, I really got into this book and, despite my critical view, ended up loving it. I am looking forward to the next one!


    3. I rated this 4 stars instead of 5 stars because I just finished Teleworld and wanted some way to indicate that Teleworld was EVEN BETTER!There are so many moments in Colorworld when I would just reread the dialogue just to hear Wendy and Ezra go at it with each other. Every time Ezra, Wendy's younger brother, is around, it's worth reading a few times.I love great conversation and this book is full of it.I never saw the twist coming and did not put the book down once I hit 80% of the way through. [...]


    4. I really enjoyed this book. It started out a little predictable but I knew there was somewhere unique it was going and it definitely took me there. I enjoyed Teleworld even more than this one so keep reading!



    5. Not exactly a comic book, yet still a book worth reviewing for what inspiration it takes from comics. Colorworld, written by Rachel E. Kelly, is about a girl named Wendy whose life was never the same after her mom died over a year ago. A tragic moment in the lives of the now orphaned Wendy and her younger brother Ezra. Wen’s made good on her promise to her mom that she’d take care of Ezra, even quitting her carefree party-girl ways to become a hard-working college student so she can provide [...]


    6. This review is technically for the Colorworld Illustrated Edition, which is not an option on . I would have added it but I can't find a ISBN for it this'll do.I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH!! If it says anything about these books, I read them in January and I'm reading them AGAIN and it's only September. The closest I come to frequent re-reads is Jane Austen and Shakespeare, which I do almost once a year.The emotions and character development of Colorworld is absolutely fabulous. I am completely in [...]


    7. Yes…Rachel E. Kelly broke the bar when she penned this amazing novel! The story of Wendy and Ezra opens slowly like a flower to the morning sun…It felt as though it was written to be read slowly, stoking the fires until it rages out of control.I thoroughly enjoyed this read and normally if it’s to slow I skim or get lost…not the case with Color World. The interaction with each character gives you depth into their world; allowing you to get to know each of them on a personal level (Yes… [...]


    8. I normally don't like sci-fi or romance, but this book contained both of those aspects without being overwhelming. Since I don't normally read sci-fi and I'm unfamiliar with energy therapy, I had to re-read certain parts of the book, but it wasn't anything that was too overwhelming or far-reaching. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series with anticipation. Rachel Kelly has offered characters that are real and has worked to draw her readers into their lives. The only downside was that [...]


    9. This story was beautifully written, the characters are well thought out and have traits that make them unique within the story. I love the way Rachel Kelly handles the attraction between Wen and Gabe; it is powerful without being unnecessarily detailed. The relationship Wen has with her brother Ezra is dynamic and sweet. The mystery surrounding Wen's growing and deadly power is intriguing. Overall, a very good read, I am glad I was able to enter this world and hope to return to it when the next [...]


    10. I picked up the book when they were in Aiken, SC at a con. I enjoyed the book and wished I picked up the other three at the time but you can understand with the way things are with books now a days I was a little wary of picking anything beyond the first book. It was different than other books of this nature and that's not a bad thing.


    11. This book has a well thought out premise, engaging characters, an immersive world, action, and adventure, but the pacing is driven by the romance. The slow to get anywhere, often denied or neglected, romance. Not the best choice. You can actually feel the lack of momentum. If you can get past that, though, it's well worth reading.


    12. Great ReadColorworld is a great story exploring a young girl's inner turmoil of coming to grips with her newly found powers as well as learning to understand her own emotions. This book kept me intrigued with many plot twists and cliffhanger moments. I am truly looking forward to the next book in the Colorworld series.


    13. Great premise. I thought it was really more a 4.5, but rounded up because I had so much trouble putting it down. The story was unique and kept me asking questions, which is great. Looking forward to the next in the series.


    14. GoodWendy is one of those characters that I want to slap some sense into. Her self doubt and fear was irritating me, like she couldn't have any good in her life. The whole concept of manipulating life forces is different, and I like how Wendy describes it.


    15. This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics .College sophomore Wendy Whitley thought life was hard enough with caring for her fifteen-year-old brother Ezra, trying to make enough money to cover all the bills, and staying on top of her college courses. Having diabetes, an allergy to tree nuts, and the ability to sense emotions through skin contact didn’t even make her top ten worries list. When Wendy learns about a food allergy research study through mysterious Pneumatikon, it sounds lik [...]


    16. Colorworld is a new adult paranormal romance about a girl who, after a seemingly innocuous treatment for allergies, discovers that her skin is deadly. People die if she touches them. As you can imagine, this is a pretty life-altering development that throws up many challenges. Wendy wants to get rid of the curse, and the only people who look like they can help her are the people that caused the ‘ability’ to rise in the first place. She goes to a private facility where she meets Gabe. Wendy i [...]


    17. Three stars for excellent writing and well drawn characters.I wanted to love this story; I really did. Unfortunately, while the author had many excellent ideas, the book fell short as a story overall. About 50% through I felt like I was just slogging through as a chore because I had already invested too much to quit. That and I rarely abandon a book I start even if it is truly bad.That sad part is that this book was not bad at all.The Good:The writer has a tremendous gift for writing. Her prose [...]


    18. New Words: Panoply and Termagant and DilatorySo far I have read the first three books. I had thought there were only three. If I had known there would be a fourth, I may not have read them at all. This review is to the first three, which I will include on all three books here on .As all of the reviews I have seen of these books are GLOWING, I think I may be the first person who does not know the author who has read them. If the author reads my review let me say your ideas are RAD and I kept read [...]


    19. I loved this book. The story is engaging and filled with mystery and intrigue: Wendy, who can sense other people's emotions upon touch, gets even more craziness added to her life when she participates in an allergy study that leaves her with a new and very troubling superhuman ability: anyone she touches dies. The creative concepts at work in this more grounded take on superhuman abilities are impressive, interesting, and a lot of fun.Kelly shines at character, which is the heart of the story he [...]


    20. Where to begin.The main character Wendy and she can read people's emotions. She goes to a drug trial and she ends up killing someone and now she learns she now has killer skin and can't touch anyone. She goes to a camp to learn how to control it where she meets Gabe. He helps her try to control her abilities by being her guinea pig. Along the way they find out that there is shady mischief about and try to find out what trouble that spells for them.If you want a book that has great character deve [...]


    21. Yes…Rachel E. Kelly broke the bar when she penned this amazing novel! The story of Wendy and Ezra opens slowly like a flower to the morning sun…It felt as though it was written to be read slowly, stoking the fires until it rages out of control. I thoroughly enjoyed this read and normally if it’s to slow I skim or get lost…not the case with Color World. The interaction with each character gives you depth into their world; allowing you to get to know each of them on a personal level (Yes [...]


    22. I enjoyed this first installment. I found the story to be compelling, the character development good and the overall concept really intriguing. It got a bit slow in the middle there, and I was hoping it wasn't going to turn into another YA romance novel, but as the love between Wen and Gabe is integral to the story, it was worth the wait to see how the book ended. Similar to other reviews, I am not always a fan of first person stories, but given the nature of the main character, I think it fits [...]


    23. I am walking away from this book thinking that I really wish I didn't start it the week before finals because now that I've finished it, I really want to start on the next one instead of studying for my finals. I'll admit that it does start a little slow, but that's because the reader has to get a taste of what is going on before the action could really happen. The dialogue, for me, was the strongest part of the writing in Colorworld. Is was unique, original, and showed that the characters were [...]


    24. I wouldn't call this an action packed or extremely fast paced book. But that being said, I loved the idea and the author did a great job (I felt the descriptions were sometimes a little drawn out. But seeing how the book is based highly on senses it makes sense (haha no pun intended) that she would use a lot of description).She did a great job with her characters. I hate when authors don't make you feel like you know the characters. Rachel Kelly doesn't fall into this tap, she helps you know he [...]


    25. I bought this series from the author at the Chicago Printers Row Lit Fest because I thought the cover looked cool. This book surprised me. I'm not even done with it and I'm hooked. The story mixed with the characters is so compelling I can't stop reading. It's a multi genre book that is very addictive. The characters are approachable and that's part of what makes the book great on a fantasy level. You feel like this could happen to anyone. If you like fiction, romance, fantasy, sci-fi, superhero [...]


    26. Overall, this book was okay. I feel as if the author lost an opportunity to make the characters (especially the main character) more fleshed out. The main character Wen is quite one-dimensional. She is the same type of character that we often see in young-adult novels: self-sacrificing, over-reacting, falls in love at the drop of a hat (or even less, in this case). I loved the concept of the book, but I wish it were written better. Hopefully as the series goes on her storytelling will improve.


    27. I read about a third of the book and it was still basically just world-building. I could see where some plot elements were going to go, but there was no real peril, and by 35% of the way through, there should be some kind of real adversity. I also read some reviews that said it focuses a lot on the romance, and I wasn't interested in that.


    28. This is an amazing book. I was a little concerned with the "superhero" aspect, because it could either be really awesome, or flop horribly. There are lots of details, but they're not static. They draw you into the world, and move you along in it. I want to go back into that world, so I'm very glad I already have book two, Teleworld!


    29. This story sounded interesting so I decided to give it a chance and I am glad I did. I loved this book and I did stay up late reading it because I was hooked from the very beginning. Colorworld is well written and engaging and it kept me reading and now I can't wait to read the next novel. I highly recommend Colorworld to fans of science fiction and romance.


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