- File Size: 5765 KB
- Print Length: 370 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 30, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NQL0LRC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #685 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The Girl In Between: The Girl In Between Series Book 1 Kindle Edition
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Sadly, the book just ended. I realize this is a great technique for readers to purchase the second in the series, but.... meh. In my opinion, a story/novel/whatever should be able to stand alone, otherwise it isn't a completed story. Perhaps this was a publisher's ploy? Either way, it sort of turned me off- enough so that I won't seek out any sequels.
If you read the plot description and find it interesting, don't mind lack of depth and engaging writing, and want an easy read, then this book would be a solid pick, otherwise, pass on it.
I received this book free through the Kindle First program, but it did not affect my review.
Wow. This book was not what I was expecting. I have a hard time focusing on ebooks, and I thought this one would be no exception when I first started. But at about 17% in, I was hooked and had a hard time putting it down.
There were a few typos and things that could have been edited a little better, but I found those easy to ignore as I immersed myself in the story of a girl who dreamed in memories and the boy who washed up without them. I'm impressed at how well-rounded each of the characters are, including the secondary characters. The relationship between Bryn and the people around her felt real. And even if a character had no connection to the overarching plot, they still added to the story.
Bryn's world of memories was beautiful. At times I felt like the descriptions were trying so hard to paint a picture in my head that it just ended up with a black mess of nothing, but most of the time I could vividly imagine Bryn's grandparent's farmhouse and the beach and the empty trailer. When Bryn would explain where these memories came from and why they were in her world, I felt nostalgic. I found myself often wondering what memories my own dream world would be made up of.
Overall, I was immensely impressed with this book. If it ever gets printed, it's one that I would like to add to my tangible bookshelf. For now, I'm just glad that I found it on Amazon and took a chance even though I don't read ebooks. I'm pissed about the ending, but the great thing about ebooks is that I can have the next book in less than a minute. Sadly, I do have a day job, so it will have to wait, but not for long!
P.S. As of December 16, 2014 the book is free on amazon. It's worth buying, but take the chance to download it now while it's free!