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Awake Paperback – August 4, 2015
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Natasha Preston is the New York Times bestselling author of The Cellar. A UK native, she discovered her love of writing when she shared a story onlineand hasn't looked back. She enjoys writing romance, thrillers, gritty YA, and the occasional serial killer.
Top Customer Reviews
First, and this is a minor point, but the summary says that Scarlett couldn’t remember anything before the age of 5, but the story has the age at 4. I know that is a little point, but honestly 5 in the story would have been better. Because I can’t remember anything before the age of 4! (or 5 for that matter) The things that I do remember, I am pretty sure are not my own memories, but rather memories of stories that other people have told me. But fine, if Scarlett is freaked out because her lack of memories feels scary or weird to her, I could get on board with that. It is everyone else’s reactions that had me pulling me hair. They were flat out shocked whenever they found out that she couldn’t remember. Like it was the weirdest thing they had ever heard. And that was where the author started to lose me. It felt like a disconnect with the summary and with the story. I know that sounds weird so let me try and explain that means. (I have seen different versions of the summary floating around as I format this post, but the issues with the story remain the same.Read more ›
Let's talk about the characters. Scarlett was a whiny, boring character. And seriously, couldn't they do something together besides watch movies? Sorry, but their description of a movie night at every other page almost put me to sleep. I like watching movies as much as the next person, but it's like she had no interests and no hobbies. That's how boring she was. Her relationship with Noah was just as boring. Somehow they started hanging out all the time after a day, they were so in love with each other, but they didn't even kiss for three weeks. Annoying and boring. There was zero chemistry there. The author also showed Noah's POV, but I couldn't even tell the voices apart. The only difference between his POV and Scarlett's was which pronoun they used about the person they were with. Scarlett had a friend, Imogen, for the first two chapters of the book.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just the fact that when the book came the front cover was completely ripped and looked like the book had been wet than dried out already puts a bad taste in my mouthPublished 8 days ago by Whocares..
You can definitely tell the author writes fanfic. The editing was rushed it seems. However, I liked the story and couldn't put it down.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love her book but going through and reading it got a little confusing throughout the bookPublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Natasha never disappoints me. Well written and a great twist kept me guessing till the end! I finished in it 2days I couldn't put it downPublished 1 month ago by Katie B