Over the Moon
When seventeen-year-old Tiana moves to Hurricane, Utah, her comfortable world is turned upside down as she traverses the rough waters of adjusting to a small town and new school. Her father insists they were supposed to move here for some unknown, important purpose, and the voice in her head tells her not to argue. After resigning herself to being a miserable outcast, Tian...more
This book has SO much potential but I kept tripping over things that a couple of really good alpha readers could have solved. The best plot points & conflict were underemphasized. Even though the story is told in 1st person, Ti...more
With the idea that I think the author was trying to express, it should have been good, but she veered off target frequently. The many likeness to the Twilight and Roswell series was blatant. The editor missed quite a few grammar issues as well.
I will say that this is a workable outline for a story that needs a lot work. The flat secondary characters and bipolarity of the main character were just annoyi...more
Over the Moon is about 17-year-old Tiana moving to Hurricane, Utah. At first she hates the idea of living there until she meets the handsome and perfect Andrew. Not only does he have the good looks and a great personality, but he is an alien. Tiana and Andrew have an instant connection and both feel like it was fate that brought them together. In the novel they face many obstacles. There were a lot of questions...more
This impressive, ambitious novel exceeded all expectations with its well-written narrative and compelling plot. Amid the delicate supernatural ambiance is an interwoven, multi-layered tale of impressive scope and sheer inspired vision. Remarkable and astonishing I was swept away by this deeply and profoundly affecting, emotive tale of eternal love that tugs at the heartstrings. Attractive characters...more
I was hesitant to pick this up at first because I thought it would be to science ficton-y. That really wasn't the case. The are some fables about the stars, which I thought was pretty cool! Their wasn't as much talk as I thought their would be about astronomy, still some, but not much. Believe it or not the novel is more abo...more
¿Qué bonita portada, no creen? Y una premisa más que atrayente, sobe todo por que nos enfrentamos a un romance entre una humana y un alien misterioso. Yo quisiera decir que la novela cumplió todas mis expectativas, pero desafortunadamente no fue así.
Los primeros capítulos de la historia tenían ciertos parecidos a una saga que es ultraconocida en el mundo juvenil (no menciono nombres, pero a que saben a qué me refiero!), esto me complicó un poco la lectura, porque habían cosas...more
Over the Moon is about a girl named Tiana that moves to Hurricane, Utah because her father's work at a pharmaceutical office. She despises the move from a large city to a small, hot town in the middle of a desert. Soon after moving in, she meets Andrew, who is actually an alien with special powers. Tiana falls in love at first sight and the story unfolds.
Okay so going into this I was prepared for similarities to Twilight (the description i...more
Over the moon had a lot potential. There were times in the book where I was engrossed in learning all about the extraterrestrial and Andrew Martins' world. It was the only part of the story that was thought provoked. I could care less about Tiana...the only dialog that came from her was,
"The bell rang, and he was gone. How did he manage to g...more
Although, I would love to s...more
If you want a brilliant book about sizzling romance and Aliens (which is what I think this one was trying to acheive) then I suggest you read Obsidian by Jennifer L.Armentrout.