Return: Reincarnation On A College Campus (Egyptian Moon Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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When I started this book I really didnt like it and it was a chore to read I took numerous breaks one of the things I did not like about the book were the characters personalities I felt they lacked depth of character. 1/2 through the story its like the author had a change of heart about Tylers character and he becomes this deep person which is a good thing except I started wondering was he also being taken over my a past life. He started out seeming like a horny air head teenager even though we all knew he was already in college. By the time Megan gets to MNU hes like this deep responsible person with so much in life he had to over come to get where he is.
there are many things about this book that didnt sit right with me for example Megan should not have been feeling any compulsion to go to egypt or to touch that tablet is should have been natural some sort of accident or she could have been invited to touch it and had a flash back when she did. Mummies on the hotel cieling I got annoyed every time she referred to them as mummies when they clearly did not look like mummies I felt like this was a failed attempt at humor on the authors part a lot of the events in the story seemed forced and did not flow with a natural chemistry which really frustrated me while reading.
And why were all the other reincarnations Egytian and she's Caucasian. And Why does Misty keep calling Megan Sweet Tea I keep Wondering if this was a recurrent typo for sweet pea or if she was thirsty.
The worst part for me was the cliff hanger ending I think that when a book ends the reader should feel fulfilled like there was an acomplishment or triumph when ending even if there more of the story to come. I felt like I had just finished reading a insanely long serial novel. And was left wanting.
The sad part is the concept was great I think the author could still turn things around with book two. I have mixed feelings about the book even though I feel like the concept was executed poorly the story was good enough to make me want to read more it left me curious to how things will play out.
I really like stories that deal with reincarnation; scratch that, I love stories that deal with reincarnation. That alone piqued my interest in regards to this book. I wanted to like this book, I really did. Its just that, I didn't really like Megan, the main character. I couldn't find anything to latch onto. She seemed one-dimensional to me, and I couldn't get past some of the things Miller decided to have in the book (favorite fragrances, pieces of seemingly unnecessary dialogue/inner thoughts that added little to nothing to the story, and things of that nature). It didn't allow for much of an immersive experience.
Meg's abrupt changes in attitude nearly gave me whiplash. One second she's trying to escape the things she sees, and she's comfortable and wanting to continue in the next. This was followed by a fear of all things Egyptian-related for basically the whole book apart from one instance later on. She couldn't decide how she felt about everything. I guess that has to do with the immaturity that comes with being a college freshman(?). I don't know, both she and Tyler seemed insufferable to me (I mean, football analogies during sex? Really Tyler?). And the stereotype of making it out the ghetto (or rough neighbourhood I guess) seemed a little too heavy handed throughout. Maybe I'm being too harsh on Tyler since that's a big part of his character (which I think it is), but still, to hear about it so often was taxing. There were other stereoptypes at play as well, and if I can't connect to the characters, I can't enjoy the book.
On a minor spoiler note, I thought I was in for a borderline erotica near the beginning of the book. I think it was chapter 3 or 4 where I was confused, and had to make sure I was still reading the same book. Totally out of left field. Didn't really happen like that again though.
All in all, the stereotypes, immaturity of the characters and they way most of them spoke kept me from enjoying the book. I don't know if that is due to me not reading enough new adult books or what, but, unfortunately I wouldn't recommend this one.
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