My joy is YA/NA fantasy, dystopian, contemporary, and fairy-tale retellings. I will read pretty much anything YA however if the premise interests me. I also write which helps me escape to the world in my head.
I read it multiple times and it still left me excited to see what would come next. I have to say I love Kai and if anyone says otherwise you don't know what you're talking about. The story was fantastic and I couldn't put it down. It left me wanting to be back in the story even after I finished it (which is probably why it got read more than once). It's a book that will stay with you after you've put it down and will leave you longing to know what comes next. I highly recommend it for those that enjoy young adult fantasy or are just in need of a good book.
So I was so excited that Amy let me review her book for her. The synopsis for the book caught my attention because it was so different from anything I'd ever read. The concept that not only does the main male character have narcolepsy but he can also see the future...I mean that right there is enough to make you go "I so want to know his story."
The way the characters developed and grew throughout the book was amazing. I absolutely love Zip's relationship with her Mom and Grandparents and of course with Kieran and even Kayla. And of course I'm in love Kieran he is just awesome as a character. I think I love everything about him but especially the way that he deals with what is happening to him.
The story progresses in such a way that you want to keep reading. Little hints are dropped here and there about something or something unexpected is thrown in that you really just want to know what happens at the end. I think the book peaks at just the right moment and then you are given a satisfying ending.
Overall this book was very well written and I can't wait to read other works by Amy Martin. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone. It was a great read.
So I will start off by saying that I don't normally read vampire novels but this one had me intrigued. I actually really enjoyed the vampire story line and some of the character progression. Unfortunately I went through most of the book confused.
The beginning started out slow and I was very confused through most of it. Once I figured out what was actually happening it flowed a little smoother but it would still go off and become confusing to me at times.
I liked the interaction between Ava, Julien, and Liam; especially Ava and Liam. However there were times when I couldn't figure out how the characters actually felt about each other and there were some things said in parts that were left kind of open ended, again I was confused.
I thought the book was okay and I especially liked the part where Liam finally opened up to Ava. That was my favorite part of the book. I do like that some action was thrown in but I just didn't feel the pull of it as I do in some books. I guess I just had trouble putting myself in the book and feeling the emotions that go along with that.
All in all this book was okay. If the flow was less confusing I think I would have enjoyed it a lot more. I definitely liked the story line and the plot and believe this could have been an absolutely fantastic book. But in the end it just left me with a feeling of "Oh, it's over. Well, okay then."