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Captured (The Captive Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The protagonist, Arianna, is stated by the author and other characters to be proud and defiant, and yet she -regularly- gets stared down and cornered by other characters, and she generally proves to be spineless. Please, author, SHOW, do not TELL. If the character is strong and defiant, then -have her demonstrate those traits, instead of talking about them-.
She talks a lot for somebody with a broken rib, and she falls in love (in the same scene!) with the man who not three minutes earlier threatened to have her best friend tortured and killed, out of jealousy. The characters are flat and undynamic, and random details and characters keep popping up out of the woodwork without any earlier mention or foreshadowing. If Jericho is secretly Jack, don't you think Jack should have been -mentioned in the first place- before Jericho shows up on the scene? Without an earlier cameo, Arianna's reaction to his assumed betrayal is totally meaningless to the reader, because we have had no opportunity to get to know his character and how it matters to Arianna.
My other problem with this book is the opening chapter and the consistent pattern of highly repetitive, redundant, run-on sentences and fragments it has. Sentences like this one. And this one.Read more ›
The storyline is interesting enough. It's not completely unique, but it adds enough mystery along the way to keep the reader in intrigue. I enjoyed the background setting, but I was left lacking in the information I wanted. Maybe I'm just used to authors explaining their version of the vampire more thoroughly in each novel, but the vampire race in Captured wasn't explained much beyond the fact that they sustain off blood and they're stronger and faster than humans. Also, they have no issue with sunlight and live forever. There was a page or two about how the uprising started and a vague excuse as to why they wanted to stop lurking and hiding from human acknowledgment, but it was no where near the depth that Arianna explained her loyalty to the rebellion.
Although, my biggest disappointment with the book was Arianna's character. I just couldn't fit her into an understandable person.Read more ›
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