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So, now she has to deal with leaving her life behind, seeing a life she could have had but, can't truly have because of who she has become, and coming to terms with her life as an insatiable monster.
Sounds interesting? IT IS! So, why three stars?
Well, we learn a lot of background story and see the characters but, nothing really happens. The ending didn't even seem like an ending just.... that's it for the night. I wanted more growth, maybe some hope? Yet, I'm left with despair... Can they kill the enemy eventually? Maybe? Will they find a cure? Really not looking like it...
I have such mixed feelings. Because I want to like this book and I want to read more but, I really don't. I almost feel it would be a waste of time.
Another complaint, from the way the author writes I can't always tell if Maya is seeing the past/ we are seeing the actual past but, she isn't seeing it, or if it is just her own imagination of the situation. Like with Ryan.... or Gabe's talking about when Tarren and Tammy went to face off with Grand.
Also, I kept getting a Supernatural vibe haha but, that's probably because of the whole two brothers fighting evil.
And I really wanted to like Maya but, I wasn't given anything to hold on to. She might be quirky but, most of the time she is guilt-ridden and in such pain because of the hunger. So, I feel bad for her and it is hard to see her personality, although I understand it is hard to do because of the situation.
So, mixed feelings... I want to know the end but, I'm not sure I want to power through.
This book was not at all what I was expecting. I thought a little bit of supernatural mixed in with the typical teenish angst. But really this was an intense life changing horror story. I really liked the back story of the "angels", as an experiment gone wrong who can absorb the energy from the sun or you know, whatever. The basic plot of the story I found to be compelling, but at times it seemed like the story line took some random tangents, especially when we were lost in Maya's head. I also found myself horrified at certain things in the book as well, like the bulbs coming out of her hands and the death of the puppy as well as others. I guess the fact I was freaked out/disgusted means that the author did a great job in her descriptions and world building, but it also means at times I was turned off by the book.
The characters were really well fleshed out, I understood them completely. I also felt the author did a great job of describing the change with Maya and the pain and wants that she had from it. I absolutely loved Gabe, and even kinda liked Tarren and his bad attitude. I became invested in the people in the books, even though I am not positive I will continue on in the series. I can see that many people will like this, it just was not for me.