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Vector: Book Three in the Weaver Series (Volume 3) Paperback – December 19, 2014
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About the Author
Vaun Murphrey lives in Lubbock, Texas with her husband, two sons and a shaggy four legged friend. Unofficially labeled the City of Dust, Lubbock has been voted the town with the worst weather at least once nationally, with more honors of the same vein looming in the future. Wide open skies and flat land that stretches for miles also tend to expand one’s imagination. The what if’s become more real at times than the worst haboob on a fall day. West Texas has its own ways and it’s best to roll with the punches and come up with the reward of good people and an identity that defies definition.
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Top customer reviews
So much happens in this book! I loved getting to read from Cass’s point of view again! Poor Cass and Silver have found that a lot has changed since they have been gone from earth. I love that they are strong even when they have a lot to be sad and upset about.
I love that the author has made me care about so many different characters. I cant wait to see what happens to everyone next!
I am ready for book 4!
Copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Another great continuation from one of my favorite series! Ms. Murphrey does a wonderful job keeping her readers engaged in her story following the bad ass twins Silver and Cass.
This third installment of the Weaver Series is action-packed with twists and turns that leaves your jaw hanging wide open in shock. Seriously, I saw none of that coming!
I'm so happy to see Cass and Silver back at their home and it's great to see... (more via website)
It's time for the twins to return home, and as usual when it comes to Cass and Silver, nothing is done quietly. From the moment they arrive the sweet homecoming they expect turns into attempted assassinations, fights, whirlwinds, betrayals, re-ignited love, discovered powers and new beginnings. So really-just another day then!
This third book was much easier to read. The narration from Cass seems to work better for the story-maybe it's the maturity level that allows you to understand from Cass's POV instead of the flitty and snarky persona that Silver demonstrates. Some negatives cropped up again for me. There is a heck of a lot of action in this book-especially for the short amount of time in which it takes place. The problem with this is that the incidents seem to be forced into the text artificially (time and depth wise) in order to explain certain happenings. This makes an entire book only about a few major happenings. I felt what James offered to do (with regards to his present situation) after the homecoming, considering he and Cass had been in contact in the Web the entire time, proved him to be very shallow. For the character to be such a big part in Cass's life, we really don't know that much about him. A lot of crazy things happen , especially since the status quo has not really changed in the time they have been gone, yet everyone just seems to accept this and move on. A few niggles too-while some of the Weavers have immense strength (but certainly not superhuman), twisting someone's head off raised an eyebrow and again the amount of injuries that people suffer but seem to shrug off beggars belief. Money also seems to be no issue in all this-so much is destroyed yet there always seems to be something bigger and better around the corner. I also felt certain important parts to do with Cora's history that may have explained more about the present situation were brushed over. The editing was a problem again-too many extended similes and metaphors are used to try and describe something-in one chapter over a few pages there were up to three per page. Simple mistakes like now instead of know or you and not your as well as missing words in sentences or punctuation errors are extremely detrimental to the story.
I will say however, that this is the best book in the series for me so far with regards to the improved writing, the flow of the story and a better fit for the characters. The short story at the end of the book helped to explain certain issues but there are many unanswered questions that will hopefully be settled in the next book.
Thanks to Netgalley for an opportunity to review this book.
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