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Sunday, 7 April 2013

Review #105: Baby Species Intervention #6609- JK Accinni

Summary: A story deeper and darker than E.T. How could one planet evolve such complex and divergent examples of biodiversity? 

The series “Species Intervention #6609” spans two hundred years, encompassing tender love between divergent species, political downfalls and violence of unspeakable order. It is an unfortunate tale of Armageddon and the remote possibility of redemption.
In Baby, Netty is a naive teenage farm girl given in marriage to an older brutal opportunist disguised as a successful citizen during the years of Prohibition in Sussex County, New Jersey. After years of enslavement, Netty flees into the night from her rapist husband, traveling back to the farm worked by her parents, where she rescues an unfamiliar damaged creature she finds in a cave in the woods of her childhood, falling in love with the enigmatic creature she names Baby. Together they find happiness and fulfillment despite the changes to Netty’s body wrought by the proximity of the unusual creature. 
When a handsome Italian stranger comes into Netty’s life, complications ensue as she falls in love while trying to hide the bizarre and wondrous changes to her farm and her body. Netty, Baby and Wil strive to conquer obstacles thrown in their path by life, succeeding wildly until the heart-rending and astonishingly brutal climax to their story.
Title: Baby Species Intervention #6609
Author: JK Accinni
Pages: 173
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Review: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. 

This book was crazy, in a good way. The beginning of the book was terribly sad and my heart broke for the main character Netty. Finally thing s started to turn around for her. She was finally free and happy. Once you think everything will be okay and the characters live happily ever after , your hopes and dreams for them are crushed over and over. My heart was broken by JK Accinni repeatedly. Awful things happen in this book that had me wanting to vomit amongst the tears I wa shedding. This book was amazing and terrible at the same time. I have no idea how book two will fit in, but I plan to find out.
I grew very attached to most of the characters, how could you not once you know what they have been through. I loved Netty, Wil and Baby. As you fall in love with them and their stories, JK Accinni forces you to watch as their lives get ripped apart time after time. The villain in this book is so despicable that I wanted to kill him personally, but only after he suffered immensely.
(Hands clapping) great job JK Accinni. Now I wish I would have started the series sooner lol. You definitely have a way with details. I would recommend this book to Sci-fi lovers and those who like a romantic tragedy.

About the Author

J. K. Accinni was born and raised in Sussex County before moving to Randolph, New Jersey, where she lived with her husband, five dogs and eight rabbits, all rescued and currently resides in Sarasota, Florida. Mrs. Accinni’s passion for wildlife conservation has led her all over the world, including three trips to Africa, where ten years ago she and her husband fell in love with a baby elephant named Wendi, that had been rescued by a wildlife group. That baby is the inspiration for the character Tobi, the elephant featured in her fourth book titled Hive. 

The character of Caesar is inspired by a real life iconic tiger from Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary in Sarasota. A portion of the proceeds from her third book, Armageddon Cometh, will be donated to the sanctuary in support of the enormous expense required to house and feed the displaced wildlife in their care. Mrs. Accinni invites her readers to visit bigcathabitat.org to view the astounding facility and plan a visit with your family. 
Mrs. Accinni also invites you to visit her webpage atwww.SpeciesIntervention.com, where information on The Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary can also be viewed. Readers are encouraged to comment about the book or your own creature experiences. 

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