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With that said, I love the plot, I love the characters and love the general series. Its' different and refreshing, its not your same old plot lines with the same characters. I love the powers that the characters have, you never know what is going to be developed next. There are back stories into the lives of the characters, what brought them to be, and what brings them together.
I highly suggest these books.
Alise is Aimee's twin sister. But they are as different from each other as you can get. Alise is the life of the party. Literally. She's had more boyfriends than Aimee has socks! Alise can't imagine a life without a boy in it. As a matter of fact, she prefers to have more than one boyfriend at a time. She drinks, which gets her into trouble. Aimee can't understand why someone would do to her body what Alise does to hers. But Amiee stills loves her sister, and would do anything to keep her safe.
I really did like the story, but I have to admit some of the scenes seemed to jump around. And I would have to re-read some sections twice to understand what the author was trying to convey. I have the first 5 books in the series, so I'm excited to see what happens to Aimee, her family, and the love of her live (won't give that away either, but I will say she has a choice to make).
I'm giving the book only 3 stars for the moment. Again, the story is a good one, but maybe a little tough to read. Give it shot and tell us what you think. I'll post the review to book 2 soon. I've finished that already too.
Tara Brown needs an editor. Her unnecessary placements of commas are absolutely maddening. Her paragraph and sentence structure is in complete disarray. She will mention one sentence, say another, and repeat the same all over with different wording. Add on she uses quotation marks (And commas, and periods, and so forth) like they're crack....and repetitive and overused details... just doesn't help the situation. I also felt the storyline could be written by a 13 year old. And what is going on with the love triangle? More like a tangled web.... She puts no effort into it, yet can spend a whole page describing a prom dress?
Instantaneously Alecks is head over heels for Aimee but there isn't much background to it. She put too many misleading plots into the book that made the storyline distracting. I am highly dissapointed by the epilogue. Also, why was so much of it rushed? Why was the ending a complete mess of a let down? There was no smooth transition, nothing to surmise what occurred.... I wanted to scratch half of the page off, most things she wrote we're too MUCH detail, and not important at least. I kept wanting to rearrange her words, and point out missing detail from key points in the story. Now, I DID finish the book, and I DO think it has SO MUCH MORE potential....Question is, should I bother buying the next book?
That said, the author needs to attend to transitions in action a little better - some of the writing leaves your head spinning wondering what just happened, and later actions are not always connected well with previous decisions.
All in all it is pleasant "mind candy." Any book that draws you into the next deserves at least 4 stars.