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I also think that the chapters in Claire’s POV after she was rendered unconscious were completely unnecessary. I mean she’s unconscious, you could probably slip in a little dream sequence within the other chapters but, the readers certainly don’t need a whole chapter, let alone two, of what we were given.
It almost felt like the author was trying to reach word count for an essay or something, I got that same feeling that I get when I have to do that. It was rambling a bit.
I honestly thought that it would have more action but the action that was there was very short lived.
The beginning was good, it set a decent pace but then it would slow down, pick back up, then slow down. Kind of like when you’re on the freeway and you’re stuck behind someone who is going the speed limit at one point and then breaking the flow of traffic by slowing down again. I blame that on it being so long.
I have a lot of questions that weren’t answered and it seemed like they should have been answered because of the things mentioned at the beginning of the book. Because of that, I couldn’t really focus on the connection, although come to think of it, I don’t know if there really was a connection and I don’t know if that was the characters themselves or because of the writing being just so-so?
It took me a couple of days to finish and not just because I had classes, those slow parts would just kind of bore me so I would put it down. Then I would get curious and pick it back up.
If you want a long book to read, for fun or on a trip, then go ahead and pick this one up, just be warned that it really isn’t that impressive.
Originally I was considering giving this book three stars because, it had some elements that kept me interested enough to finish the book despite some of its flaws.
When I reached the last chapter however, I discovered that the author uses one of my biggest pet peeves with authors. The author spoiled the whole reading experience to the point I felt I'd wasted my whole time reading this book.
The book opens with a prologue titled "The Beginning." Leading the reader to believe that this is is what happened before the story begins in earnest. When you read chapter one, you discover the author has chosen to go back on the timeline rather then forward from the prologue. When I reached the last chapter is when it was clear that author provided the spoiler to the book in the prologue and only adds a little more detail to the ending. For my prospective it drops the series from one I would take a chance on book #2, to a series I won't finish. As it looks like they start book 2 in the same manner from the sample.
I was bawling my eyes out because he was hurting for Claire. Ugh! and Daniel, I'm torn really!! The love triangles of DelSheree is really torturing, I can't chose at all!!
And then there is Twin Soul of Uriah, I don't know who is it but I'm dreading for the meeting and what will happen with excitement curiosity to find out more.
Definitely a must read!!
I also found it to be more suited to the teen/young adult market as I see similarities to The Twilight Saga in that it could easily be made into a movie for the younger generation to go a little crazy over
I have struggled to purchase the remaining two books as great as it was as a modern and diverse Native American series it really is suited for someone younger than myself. I would not think twice to recommend it to someone of the generation Y and younger and hope to find something similar for the generation X's like myself that adore Native American novels
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