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Supernatural Freak by [Klein, Louisa]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 1866 KB
  • Print Length: 199 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lost in Fiction (November 14, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 14, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A81H31U
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #758,324 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Michelle@Book Briefs TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 18, 2013
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Whew! There is a lot going on in Supernatural Freak. If you like paranormal adventure mysteries, you are in the right place. Supernatural Freak drops you right in the middle of action and the main character has to fend off a werewolf attack within the first 5% of the book, and it doesn't stop afterwards. That is action packed!

Robyn seemed like she was getting attacked left and right throughout the story. She is a tough cookie though, that's for sure. She would not give up. I admired that about her. I also loved her sense of humor. It was perfect to break of up some of the more action packed scenes. Along with Robyn we meet her eclectic group of friends. I really liked them too, especially William.

My favorite thing about Supernatural Freak was the variety of paranormal/supernatural creatures. It kind of reminded me of Paranormalcy by Kiersten White in that regard. I love it when a book is not a pure vampire or witch book. If the world can incorporate a bunch of different creatures and have them make sense in the story, that is a lot better in my opinion. And Louisa Klein did a great job of not only including a bunch of different creatures, but also giving them all their own little role or place in the world. Those details really added to the story.

The writing style was a little off for me at times. I wasn't the biggest fan of the first person. It was kind of jarring for me and I found myself getting confused early on in the story. Once the mysterious "tree handed kid" came into the story, I found myself getting more interested and the first person didn't throw me off as much. And now this is a small point but I caught myself thinking it a bunch of times while reading.
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This book had all the usual requirements to be a great read. Unfortunately there are way, way too many errors to continue. I had to give up early because all the spelling mistakes were so glaring. I hate giving up because I loved the idea of the story and the characters seemed to be really good. Please find an editor and fix this book.
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This is one of those rare instances where I bought the book, forgot about it, then saw an offer for a free review copy (in exchange for my honest review) 3 years later which I requested. So, obviously the blurb really sounded good to me. I believe I reviewed the latest version of Supernatural Freak.

I felt the story had potential, it certainly started off with a bang. We were right in the action as Rob's (aka Robyn) client turns into a werewolf, no fault of his own. She escapes (no spoiler otherwise the book would be over), but that's it. No following up with the client the next day, she just abandons him and that's it. What?!?

The story needed editing, there's way too much in it, yet what there is isn't developed enough. Why does Robyn describe herself as a "supernatural freak"? Yes, she has some abilities, but are we supposed to assume the "freak" part comes just because she told some kids she could do something when she was 5 and they didn't believe her? Boo hoo, doesn't it happen to everyone at some point when they're a kid? This is a person who considers supernatural beings a common part of her life. It doesn't make sense. First of all, why is she different? What are the extent of her powers, at least as she knows to this point? Things are introduced, barely, there's little development and when there is it's in drips and drabs as the story goes on so the reader is confused. I had to go back and reread several pages at a time to figure out what was going on. So, I wanted to quit at 40%, but managed to drag myself to 76%.
Enough.

Then there's the weird name usage. Uncle? Niece? Then the author uses a variety of names for the same character.
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When I think about how I felt when reading Supernatural Freak, the first word that comes to mind is confused.
In my opinion there was just way too much going on at once in this book for it to be enjoyable. It's like the author tried to be impressive and fit in as many supernatural beings as possible in one story and because of this it just didn't seem to gel together and was just plain confusing to try and keep track of who was who and what was actually going on.
Unfortunately, I felt the writing was very disjointed and it also lacked some serious editing. I also didn't feel a connection with any of the characters due to none of them being fleshed out enough for me to really get to know them.
This story would have benefited a lot more by being made into a longer book or by having some of the characters left out and not introduced until future instalments. If this had been the case the world could have been embellished upon a lot more and the story most likely would have made a lot more sense and been more pleasurable to read.
I must admit I was very glad to finish this book and am definitely not planning to read the sequel.
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I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

When I read the synopsis for this book I was really excited, it sounded interesting, original, and it seemed like it would be a fun read. Unfortunately, it didn’t quite measure up to what I had expected. I thought that Robyn was interesting as a character though I would have liked to learn more about her. Other than that, the book felt entirely too busy. This really isn’t a long book, it’s just about 200 pages- which is fine in and of itself, but there just felt like the author tried to put too much into too few pages. I feel like if the book had been longer there would have been time for all the elements to feel like a natural progression of the book instead of a good base story that feels a little obscured by the frequency and the way these extra elements were added.
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