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SPARK: (Book 1) (Spark Series) Kindle Edition
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Well, this was a first for me-I was not able to finish this book. I stuck it out all the way to 75%, then just couldn't take it anymore. It was very disappointing, as I had put off finishing another book series to read this one since I had heard many good things about it. After getting as far as I did, I have to ask-did all those people even read the same book? Seriously. Where to start...
-Grammar and basic editing. When you can't even get the apostrophes right...and there were some words the author used that don't mean what I she must think they mean, mixed up words and missing words as well.
-Why are so many of the characters yelling, screaming and shrieking?
-No development of the characters; I found myself not really caring what was happening with any of them.
-The horrible things that happened in to Velaney in the past were introduced into the story very awkwardly, with bits of information peppered in here and there just randomly.
-The story does not flow well at all. The way it is written makes it sound very juvenile, from the things the characters say, the way they act and the way the story is told.
-There are so many unbelievable things-for starters, I don't know of any fire department that would let one of its firemen borrow a fire truck to take someone on a date (for what seemed like a good portion of the day too). And I've never, ever heard of a landlord giving someone a master key to all the apartments in a building just because he's a fireman (seriously-I mean, is he expecting a bunch of fires?). The attitudes , words and actions of Velaney and her parents in regards to Aiden, well the word "ridiculous" springs to mind. Velaney and Aiden's interaction when she leaves her parents house after going to confront them (at that 75% point I mentioned earlier) were what made me throw the towel in on this one.
I know most authors work very hard on their stories so I hate to give a low rating, but when a book gets so unbelievable and totally out there that I can't even finish it, I can't just toss some stars out there. Sorry, but I deleted it (and its sequel, Burn) off my Kindle app. Not worth the 99 cents each that I paid for them.
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