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- Print Length: 254 pages
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- Publication Date: December 20, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00QN0Q9QA
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- Lending: Enabled
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By the way I have also read book 2. WOW, I thought it would be predictable, not so. Definitely a page turner. Each book seems to be cleverly long enough, the story never gets boring with excessive words and repeats of the same thoughts. Anyway, at 75+yrs I find I truly can't wait for book 3. Until then, perhaps I'll just reread these two books to keep the story fresh in my head.
Without spoiling anything, I will say I found the explanation of the characters' powers and abilities fascinating.
Now, I gave it a four star review for three reasons:
1. Slow pace. The story moved very slowly, and lacked very noticeable highs and lows.
2. Grammar issues. I'm a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to grammar, so I tend to notice these things.
3. Romance. The story leaned all its weight on the "soul mates" thing, so it made the characters fall in love without actually developing any sort of legitimate connection. In my opinion, that's cheating on the characters and a bit of a lazy trope.
However, despite that, it was a great book, one I would recommend to anyone who enjoys YA Urban fantasy.
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