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Steths ❮PDF❯ ✪ Steths Author Karl Fields – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Say the phrase No two are ever alike and most think of snowflakes or fingerprints But Steths with their ability to hear heartbeats – and the emotions within them – know that each one of those is u Say the phrase No two are ever alike and most think of snowflakes or fingerprints But Steths with their ability to hear heartbeats – and the emotions within them – know that each one of those is uniue as wellSixteen year old Devin Chambers wants nothing than a football scholarship his ticket to a life beyond the hardscrabble neighborhood he calls home But it’s his abilities as a Steth that get him noticed by the prestigious Faulkner AcademyBeing a “Faulkner man” means a life of privilege and influence In the wrong hands it also means having the power to destroy lives as Devin learns when he encounters a man being framed for terrorism He hears innocence in the man’s heart but it’s a belief no one else shares and he’ll have to risk his new life and bright future to save a condemned man from the death penalty.


10 thoughts on “Steths

  1. Skaistė Skaistė says:

    I liked this book a lot It was easy to read and enjoyable from the first sentences And some parts made me smile Also the cover is beautiful and attractive It was one of the things that caught my attentionI liked main character Devin He seemed good hearted person having his own mind and strong opinion It doesn't mean he was always right and he didn't do mistakes He did He made choices that cost him than he thought it would But it still was easy to like him for me Also idea about Steths was interesting and new one for me I enjoyed reading about them their history about testing and training their abilities it seemed challenging and interesting Actually while reading I thought I would like to participate in testing and training like this myself and I wondered how would I deal with such tests don't mind that main fact that I'm not Steth Not what I would succeed at it It begins like a story about a guy in high school but it brings some mysterious events too I was curious to know how the story goes to know if Shawn was guilty or not and what will Devin do Reading further I had the feeling that something was messy that there were secrets in here and I wanted to know the answers In the end it got really tenseFor me it was a story about being yourself no matter what About getting to know what are conseuences of your actions what you didn't thought of About things in life most important about what you choose over what about where your loyalties lie About making decisions by the heart chosing what seems right and that it might lead you to losing many other important things in your lifeI enjoyed this book a lot and I'm curious what next book would tellI received this book in exchange for an honest review Lovers of Paranormal


  2. Marjolein Marjolein says:

    Full review to come


  3. -RadioactiveBookworm- -RadioactiveBookworm- says:

    Goodreads Synopsis Say the phrase No two are ever alike and most think of snowflakes or fingerprints But Steths with their ability to hear heartbeats – and the emotions within them – know that each one of those is uniue as wellSixteen year old Devin Chambers wants nothing than a football scholarship his ticket to a life beyond the hardscrabble neighborhood he calls home But it’s his abilities as a Steth that get him noticed by the prestigious Faulkner AcademyBeing a “Faulkner man” means a life of privilege and influence In the wrong hands it also means having the power to destroy lives as Devin learns when he encounters a man being framed for terrorism He hears innocence in the man’s heart but it’s a belief no one else shares and he’ll have to risk his new life and bright future to save a condemned man from the death penalty My Review Though new found powers are fun this story just wasn't for me I reuested this book from netgalley because it seemed interesting enough and I needed something new to read and as much as I wanted to like this book I just couldn't sink into it The characters were stereotypical and kind of bland to be honest I felt like it took too long to get through this book and that's because I had to keep stopping and re reading chapters In a way I'm glad I read this book because I never would've thought about people having the powers to listen to your heartbeat I wouldn't have known that because they could hear that they could basically read your mind and determine what situation you were in Basically the book follows a teenage boy Devin who is a steth and who is pretty much recruted into a college for his kind Most people don't know it exists as that but they go there to learn about their abilities and how his life changes throughout the book It's a cool story but the characters weren't people I could know outside of this book and I didn't like that Check it out Thanks for readingRadioactivebookreviewswordpresscom


  4. Jana Jana says:

    Actual rating 35I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewThis book is set in a world where some people can hear other people's heartbeats During a trial against a terrorist the protagonist Devin is convinced to hear his innocence while everyone else pleads guilty and said terrorist is sentenced to deathThis book started out really slow For the most part I felt like barely anything happened and some scenes and dialogues were just dragged out However I liked the characters a lot during the whole book and I started enjoying it much in the last third where all the action happened In my opinion the book didn't reuire all the world building that was done and would have benefitted from some action but overall it was a pretty enjoyable book and the cliffhanger in the end was MEAN


  5. Tony Parsons Tony Parsons says:

    Seth’s cognition 392 397 Karl Fields 112214 posted 121214Ms Preston Civics teacher wanted the class at Porter HS Panthers to discuss Curtis Shaw chemist aka terrorist former Faulkner Academy Steth current ongoing trial He was accused of planning on blowing up the Hyperion Systems company bioengineering where he was employed Our civics class was going on a field trip to the Shaw trial We were introduced to Anne intern for Judge Amador“All rise” Judge Amador Chief Magistrate Steths his 2 associates entered the courtroom Towards the end the Judge Amador read the verdict “guilty” Our class had voted guilty 22 1 I Devin Dev Chambers AA narrator Jr student OL was the not guilty abstaining vote After practice 1 day I was at my car Mickey De La Puente guidance counselor approached me Because of my fictitious vote yesterday he offered me a full ride to Faulkner Academy elite private school Travis Benedict student got an offer also At a couple of us got in a scuffle at Stafford’s burger place with Mike former student his buddy 100 AM Marcus West Devin stepdad switch operator took me back home The next morning Officer Smelling Officer Nelson knocking at the front door with a citation for disorderly conduct 1 day after going to see Curtis Shaw Steth Devin meets Sarah Shaw Bounders?The decision was finally made Devin was going to Faulkner Academy Travis had made up his mind long ago The 2 boys were invited to a party at Honorable Judge Michael T AmadorJay from the fight was finally released from the hospital back in schoolFast forward again Devin visits Vista Children’s Home as part of his reuirement for community serviceCarissa Emily Em student Faulkner Academy Carissa roommate Devin Travis uickly became get friends Devin is going to work for Judge Michael T Amador He will also be doing court stuff for Helen Judge Amador Mickey Devin is going to meet Carissa Watson parents in Breckenridge How will that turn out?Can Devin Remy Johnathan help prove Curtis Shaw innocence? How will the verdict of Curtis Shaw turn out? what about the kids at Vista? Brought back my fond memories of HS dances sports girls Defiantly not exactly like Friday Night Lights I agree with that; “There’s something seriously un American about paying for air” Gee that’s what you have to maintain for graduate schoolfinancial aid 30 35 GPAA very awesome book cover great font writing style A delightful very well written HS teen paranormal book It was very easy for me to readfollow from startfinish never a dull moment There were no grammartypo errors nor any repetitive or out of line seuence sentences Lots of exciting scenarios with several twiststurns a huge set of uniue characters to keep track of This could also make great paranormal movie animated cartoon or mini TV series A book you won’t want to put down There is no doubt in my mind this is a very easy rating of 5 stars Thank you for the free book Booklikes Tony Parsons MSW Washburn


  6. Hannah Hannah says:

    Wow this is so completely different from anything I have read before it was fantastic I just wish it was longer I had never heard of this book until I stumbled across it on here and now its time to spread the wordThis starts out a little slow there's a fair bit of character and world building which I enjoyed and sets up some good ground work for the next book There better be a next book by the wayI really love how some of the characters have supernatural gifts but they aren't ridiculously unbelievable given evolution these types of things may be possible at some stage its far likely then being able to shoot lasers from your eyes at leastI loved the characters in this they are so well written and I got surprisingly attached to Devin and Travis when they had a little bro fight I was so devastatedI don't want to give to much away as this was fantastic not knowing at all where it was going so give it a go if you like books like The Athena Effect by Derrolyn Anderson or the Bloom trilogy by AP Kensey then I think you will absolutely enjoy this


  7. Nicole Nicole says:

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review While this book had a strong and interesting male narrator and lots of action and intrigue It just didn't hold my attention It was well written and maybe if I were a teen guy it would have been engaging Part of the problem was the decision to spend so long establishing a court case that the rest of the book hinged on It was logical for the plot but less logical for the pacing The abilities of the steths were easy to follow and it was pretty cool how the author revised history to include them There was a lot of character building for Devin and he came across as a guy you would want for a friend He spent a lot of time thinking about his future with or without sports and I thought he had a lot of important things to say that might be relevant to the modern guy I'm just not sure it is engaging enough at the beginning for YA readers to get that far Language and situations are appropriate for middle and high school readers


  8. Kate Kate says:

    Didn’t really know what to expect when I started this To begin with it was slow going as nothing seemed to be happening However once you got about a uarter of the way through the plot and characters got interesting and the action took off which caused it to become a real page turner for me Recommend read as it’s a little something different from the normal


  9. Marilyn Stanley Marilyn Stanley says:

    A little slow starting off but once it got going it was a real pager turner I would recommend this book to one and all


  10. Shelley Shelley says:

    Author's guest post at my blog


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