This is my third book from Kasie West and I am starting to see a trend here. Almost all of her books are romance novels but ironically her portrayal of romance is minimal in the sense that she does not hover over “love” and making it all mushy and cheesy.
Swear on This Life definitely goes through a lot of ups and downs and the intensity is pretty high too. I guess in a way the book was able to paint a very natural or captivating story of two people coming together and being in a relationship
As I finished Dont Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout, the first thing that came to my mind was that it was definitely a true thriller. The book kept pushing itself into more and more suspense that after a point it was impossible to put down the book.
The book started with all the glitz and glamour that would attract you in an instant.The book was even going smooth till a certain extent but after the initial charm the book just went to drop pretty fast as a wannabe Nancy drew mystery.
The story is so unique and intriguing that it soaks you in and the language and the flow of the book adds to the magic. It is amazing and worth the fun. if you loved six of crows series then you will definitely love this as well
Only when I had read the book, did I see why the book was getting so many rave reviews and why it was getting itself placed firmly on the bookshelves of every avid reader. 10 mins into listening to the book and I was literally in tears. The book is powerful.
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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.