Only one word comes to my mind when talking about this book. Childish. It was a bit weird as to how the book right away jumped to the action.No easing or introducing to the paranormal factor or the general scenarios of the plot. Simply getting over with the story as quickly as possible
The plot is definitely cliche but somehow the ending make it worth it because the core mystery was kept so intact and secretively that it alone makes up for whatever negative you may feel about the book. All i say is that it is a quick read.
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
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.
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.