The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin definitely takes a sharp turn from where the first book ends and in a way i say it perhaps did it for the best because now the series has gone on to become more interesting and exciting.
The book doesn’t open smoothly and takes a while for everything to settle and things to get clear. Luckily you don’t have to wait much. Once the book grabs you, it just keeps the grip on you tighter and tighter. I personally feel that this is one of the best series that you can have in your collection
Remember how i told that i was completely in love with the first book, Guess what. I hate the second book. The second book nearly took me to a delirious stage because i was that angry and red in face. There is no doubt that this series is yet another ambitious twilight project except that instead of vampires this one has werewolves. But let us be honest. Damsel in Distress and Alpha male is passé and not cute anymore
The Lovely Reckless by Kami Garcia is plain old Young Adult Romance formula served in a different plate. The book follows everything that is typical to Young Adult Romances. It is not to say that there is anything bad about the book. Its just that the book can be repetitive if you are an ardent YA romance fan.
Bitten could very well be the twilight for werewolves. The book is about how a girl gets bitten by werewolf and how that drastically changes her life . Of course there is a hottie in middle of that.
Everything about the book is great but i wished that the author had given us more information on the paranormal factor of the book right from the beginning so that we could connect with the book more easily rather than waiting for everything to settle.
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All I would say is that the theme and things said and portrayed in the book is fantastic and everyone should give it a try and what you take out of it should be an independent decision.
You have got to love the girl because she has got a mouth and man oh man don’t she know how to use it.I am going to be frank and say that I hadn’t heard about the book before and probably wouldn’t even have tried it. The book was a recommendation from my book god , Crimson and if she recommends I simply go for the book without any questions asked or even reading synopsis. Period.
The List has an extremely powerful message in it if one has the patience to stick around. The pace is not helpful while reading the book because after a certain point it just starts drooping a bit. At times the characters stops making a solid point and each of them just comes on to the screen read their lines and then blurs out. No one and nothing stands out
I initially wanted to tag it as another cotton candy romance, all fluffy, pink and sweet. To my surprise inspite of being all that the book actually had a deeper story to it which totally changed the game for me. Confess by Colleen Hoover has a good flow and a smooth storytelling technique that makes the reading of this book quite enjoyable.
The book is a quick, fun ride and you don’t even have to worry about the books the books that precedes or succeeds this book in the series because it is good as an standalone and doesn’t leave you with major cliffhangers.
Why do you pick a Rick Riordian book? Simple. The humour. Oh yes and to learn about greek gods too. Admit it. The guy just tickles your laughter bone like crazy. The series itself is amazing and a good way for you to get accustomed to all the greek gods and the lores attached with them. Mixed with the author’s humour the book is a crazy riot
I dont think any author would have been so bold and gutzy to attempt such an ending to her most cherished and popular series. For this alone i would absolutely give the author a standing ovation because that was simply brave of her to write such an ending
A retelling of the classic beauty and the beast tale, although nothing like the original classic. But i guess that is the point of these retellings, to be not like the original.The book takes a while to settle down and you need to wait till then to ease yourself to the story. In a way i would still say that the plots lay unhinged and raw at certain areas
This is the most creepiest and uncomfortable book that i have ever read in my life. Well of course i have read stories that have been uncomfortable and harsh but then those don’t make you rub yourself with fire because somewhere beneath you see a good spark in all those creepy or hard hitting plot. For this book , it was dirt beneath dirt and making it even more worse
The book is a good breather book. Which is my definition of light and easy reads that don’t need you to think hard, analyze or de-analyze the plots. It is a harmless, cute romance best for a brunch read or if you adore romance at its most innocent form
An extraordinary heroine makes this book absolutely worth reading. The language and narration technique is a bit different and definitely requires a bit of effort to get used to. Once in, then you are for a treat. Although the footnotes can be a bit sneaky devil, distracting you from the main book.
Alright. I am pretty far behind and too late to join the bandwagon. Hold your ohs and ahs as i am aware that as a book reader i might as well have sinned for not reading the book before. To be fair i had read Hunger games and totally fell Continue Reading
I dont think there is any woman who could be truly called as an epitome of ironies. Who would have thought that a woman who radiated such beauty and elegance would find her death in such loneliness and despair The name Marilyn Monroe still brings one image more vividly Continue Reading
Title: The Guardian Genre: Romantic Suspense Author: Anna del Mar Website: www.annadelmar.com Publisher: Mermaid Press Purchase links: Amazon / Kobo / Nook From the Amazon Bestseller author of The Asset and The Stranger, comes The Guardian. Game Warden Matthias Hawking is a decorated ex-SEAL engaged in a grueling fight against ruthless Continue Reading
For all those who love norse mythology, you might want to hold on a bit. While you approach the book, dont expect this book to give you full in depth knowledge of the Norse Mythology. Neil Gaiman definitely brings you norse mythology but trust me it wouldn’t be enough, if you Continue Reading
My book review of Dumplin comes at the wake of the fact that the movie for the book is already in works and starring none other than Jennifer Aniston. The news of which we have already covered a couple of days back on our blog. The book is fabulous for Continue Reading
First of all a huge thanks to the author for sharing the book with me and a huge apology for delaying my review by almost an year. Jesus!! Talk about trying the patience of an author 🙁 The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav – Official Synopsis I once changed the Continue Reading
Its a romance cooked up in the food world and comes with all the essential flavours and ingredients but nothing peculiar to make it a star dish. The Opposite of You by Rachel Higginson- Official Synopsis I’ve sworn off men. All men. Famous last words, right? You’re expecting some epic Continue Reading