NOTE! This review will contain spoilers if you haven’t read first book in series Water!
Although this book has it’s ups and downs it is really good sequel after Water. In water focus was on elements more than realtions between people. We still contionue to discover new things about elements and here the focus is on air. Just to explain, even thoug everybook in series is named after one of the elements, it doesn’t necesary mean that whole book is only focused on that element. Focus is always on all of them and balance between them. So as I was saying this book is a bit different, because here story tells about Kaitlyn’s feelings and her condition. In Air the story continues. After saving Kaitlyn, Micah and the rest of the team is trying to firnd Shawn. They’re back home and they’re trying to do their best to find him. For Kaitlyn things are harder than usual. She’s been thriugh a lot, but also she has one more thing to carry and that is her baby. She is trying to hide it, but she can hide it for long. Soon enough Micah finds out and things have to change for her. We also meet Alex better here, btw he is really great character in this book. After a lot of things they are going to face with their biggest enemy. What make this book really good is that you never know what’s coming next. Really a lot of things in this book I couldn’t imagine. One of them is the end. It’s completely logical and reasonable but still I didn’t see that coming. One little thing that could have been better (if you ask me) is the relationship between Kaitlyn and Micah. I miss emotions there, whereas when I read Shawn’s name I have no problem with killing him over and over again in my head. All in all, this is still great and unusually series for me. Therefore I can’t wait to get my arc of Fire! ...more
There is no need to mention that I failed big time here. I should as other people first do some reviews for her pReview also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?
There is no need to mention that I failed big time here. I should as other people first do some reviews for her previous books but well this is something I guess. But firstly I guess that most of you know that other books by Lisa Schroeder are in verse.
If you are using an excuse "I don't like books/stories written in verse" for not reading her books my friends you will have to change your way of thinking or I'll do it for you. No kidding, but I can be really persuasive and boring when I want to. So after you read this story and enjoy it then pick some other book and experience the real magic. I'll stop blabbing right now.
Rae is a nice girl who tells us her story here. She lives her life in a broken home. Her father is an a really abusive man and her mother is not someone she can rely on so much. So logically she wants to get away and once when she meets Nathan a guy who is everything but not her father she can't help but to fall for him. Only the first impression is not always the right one. Nathan starts to change and demand more of her - in every way so she doesn't know what to do. She finds help in her friend Leo who makes her forget everything and enjoy her life.
Well here again don't expect something overly imaginative and new. But the thing is with her writing she can make anything usual to be so much unusual. That's the beauty of it. When I say writing I don't necessary mean this book, even though she is perfectly capable of writing prose as much as in verse. But still I'll be looking forward to her other books written in verse....more
How you ever read a book about clumsy vampires? I know it's hard to imagine, but you'll find them here. That's thReview also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?
How you ever read a book about clumsy vampires? I know it's hard to imagine, but you'll find them here. That's the part of the book that makes it really funny. But let me tell you more about the story.
Dawn is a daughter of the Vampire President. Yes, it's not mistake. In future people discovered about vampires and to maintain together they created certain rules. But that's not the main point of the story. So we have Dawn who grow up in a palace and she spent almost all her life in training so that one day she could go on the missions and help other vampires and people to live together. Her first mission will include peaceful little town called Angel Creek. Although it seemed like simple task, it turns out that things aren't so simple. On her mission she will meet vampires in that little town. That is where funny part starts. Trust me you've never seen vampires like them before. She needs to re-awake (not literally) them and show them how to be a vampire. Being new in town she will also draw attention of the boys. She will meet Ethan, he is cute human who will show some unusual characteristics and Sebastian, hot bad-ass vampire. Her mission will become more and more complicated when she discovers that some odd things happening around.
You may already assume some things. They are predictable. That's the part of the book that I don't like. Some descriptions could have been better. But still maybe main plot seems easy, but this book will also surprise you in some parts. Book is really short and funny. So if you have time you should check it out.
*NOTE: Copy of this book is provided by author Ada Adams. Thank you. I'm not paid for writing a review - I do it as a lover of written word All opinions in this review are personal. ...more
A month or so ago my girl Glass posted her review of this book. If you haven't read it then go and check it out Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?
A month or so ago my girl Glass posted her review of this book. If you haven't read it then go and check it out. When she explained to me how much she loved it that was the clue for me to read it. It took me too long to do so and now I can partly regret it cause this book is really great and partly not cause it seems that I'm in this contemporary mood lately.
Do I have to tell you anything more about this book? Glass described it perfectly. At the beginning this book reminded me of some other contemporary books, but soon enough you see that this book has its story for you to love. Echo and Noah are couple you can only love. Their love story will make you laugh, cry and mostly feel, but also I like it cause they don't say those three little words as soon as possible. I also like the dual POV in this book. You can understand them both and feel for them both.
To use those words that Katie says about reading the book until the cover falls of. I'll be one of them as well, but I'll be careful cause I believe you don't want to ruin this perfection (of course those who have it *sigh*)
Here we have a story about young girl Kathleen. She has a bad relationship with her mother. Her mother tries to peruade her to lose some weight and KaHere we have a story about young girl Kathleen. She has a bad relationship with her mother. Her mother tries to peruade her to lose some weight and Kathleen believes that she is ashamed of her. Her best friend Aka as well as other friends are called “freaks“. But things change when one “popular“ guy from the school asks her to do him a favour. In the meantime strange things happen, suddenly Rigel pops up in her life. Kathleen must deal with a lot of crazines at the time.
This story is different. First thing I noticed and liked was main character Kathleen. Not because I like her as a character but because author did great job with her personality. She is that dark/gothic girl who pretends that doesn’t care about others and their opinion but deep inside she is really woundable. I had clear picture of her and I should say it again, really good job is done there. Unfortunately I can’t say the same for the rest of the story. I just couldn’t feel it. It was bunch of words in front of my eyes that made the story but no feelings.
This story is also strange maybe even weird. All that story about Rigel is really surprising for me, but well I don’t read blurbs so I guess it won’t be surprising for others. One more thing is that this book is not predictable. I was really astonished with some moments, some were good but unfrtunately some were bad.
All in all really short and interesting book, but not more than that. ...more
Considering how many paranormal books I read it’s strange that I haven’t read a lot of books about witches. This is one of tho It's actually 3.5 stars
Considering how many paranormal books I read it’s strange that I haven’t read a lot of books about witches. This is one of those rare voodoo books.
Main character Joan, or how her parents call her Baby Girl is high school girl who has some powers. She sees ghosts and deals with voodoo magic. She is still young and in process of learning so sometimes is difficult to deal with all paranormal things around her. Through this book she grows up and learns how to become better at what she's doing. The person who will help her the most is her best friend Dave. Although relation between them could become more than just best friends relationship. Oh another person who will help her is her deceased grandmother Marie. She is the ghost now and only person who can see her is Joan. If you're lover of voodoo stories with maybe a dose of horror then this book will be interesting for you. You'll enjoy in all different voodoo stories and all relations between characters. For me this book was really fun and fast read. Although Joan is too young for this story if you ask me. Someone more mature would be much better.
All in all this is one readable and funny book. If you have time check it out...more
At the beginning you’ll probably be surprised by this book. It’s placed in past so the writing style will probably remaind youReview @ Ja čitam, a ti?
At the beginning you’ll probably be surprised by this book. It’s placed in past so the writing style will probably remaind you of some classics. This is really unusual story about the vampires. Different, because it’s not set in modern time and it’s not typical „girls fell in love with vampire“ story. You’ll meet Rose, or better said she will tell you her story. Her story is dark and because of that the whole book is somehow dark and gothic. The story begins when one day she comes home and finds that her family has been killed and that the murderer was her father who killed himself at the end. She hasn’t got where to go so they place her in mental institution where she meets Dr Banninon. He finds her a job at House on BlackStone Moor and then things start to change. I believe that people who enjoy gothic and dark stories will like this book more than me. After all I’m still lover of YA books....more
It's not a secret that I love Iron Fey series. Well there is no way that I wouldn't love something made to look lReview also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?
It's not a secret that I love Iron Fey series. Well there is no way that I wouldn't love something made to look like fairy tale with teens in it. It's simply the kid in me (and trust me that's really big part of me) who loves all parts of Nevernever. I don't have to tell you how happy I was when Julie decided to write a spin-off!
Then it was on NetGalley and Herlequin being awesome, as they are, approved me. You can only imagine how thrilled I was. But before I tell you my impressions can I ask you all for a favor. If you're planing on reading this beside reading Iron Fey first you should really read those short novellas, especially Iron Prophecy in this case. Now when we settled that let's move to the Lost Prince.
You all remember little Ethan don't you? That little kid who started all of it and bough Nevernever to us. You do....well let me tell you something that little man is not so little anymore. Few years after everything that happened we're back into Chase house, only this time Meghan is not around and now Ethan has a story to tell. For years he's been trying to deal with all the consequences, all by himself and it's not an easy task. Losing his sister he didn't have other choice than to blame all the fey world. That wasn't easy when you're one of those people who can actually see them. Even though not all fey is the same but one thing they have in common, they all want people to see them and when they realize that you can see them, well you won't have a nice time. Even thought he avoided fey world as much as he could circumstances made him go back to the realm and not just him but two of his friends as well. That's where the magic happens.
Being back to Nevernever is something special. Even though the story rolls around Ethan you still get a chance to catch Ash, Megan, Puck and of course furball, who could forget him. This book was really good and I really enjoyed. Ethan's POV was at some points much better than Meghan's. Still deep down I believe this story will become even better. I have no doubts in that. I cannot wait to go back into Nevernever.
*NOTE: Copy of this book was kindly provided by publisher, Herlequin, via NetGalley! THANK YOU! I'm not paid for writing this review - I do it as a lover of written word. All opinions in this review are personal....more
I guess that I can’t stand those crying teen girls anymore. Don’t get me wrong, IYou can find this (any many other) review on my blog Ja čitam, a ti?
I guess that I can’t stand those crying teen girls anymore. Don’t get me wrong, I do understand that some people are more emotional than others but for Christ’s sake everything has its limits. But well let’s talk about the story.
So as you probably know from the blurb here we have typical teen love story in not so typical environment. This whole story is such a cliche except that part about Amish society. I find them interesing as majority of people does, but as always something different and non-conventional is always interesting. That part of this book I really like, I mean that which tells us about their beliefs, rules and lives. While other things I just couldn’t get over with. First is this annoying girl Rose. Oh dear lord, but her crying drow me crazy. Not to mention that she is 16. Beg my pardon but decisions and actions of today’s teens isn’t something that I fully approve and support. That’s why I couldn’t understand this girl. Even though some of Noah’s actions could be discussed but he is raised like that. Now you’ll say that Rose is growing up and she is raised in modern society. She is, but so am I and my friends but we, for sure, aren’t behaving like that. Anayway I won’t brag let’s just say that younger girls will maybe find this story heartbreaking and amazing but I can’t.
One last thing, I was able to like the whole story even though I could see how it'd end, but I was shocked when I saw that this is series uhh. I dunno about that but I can already see it
Yes I’m usually for drama, but not here, not in this story.
***NOTE: I received this book from NetGalley. Thank you. I’m not paid to write a review – I do it as a love of written word. All opinions in this reivew are personal....more
I know that series must come to an end one day and as much as I love to finish them I know I'm going to miss them. This one I'll miss a lot.
I was surI know that series must come to an end one day and as much as I love to finish them I know I'm going to miss them. This one I'll miss a lot.
I was surprised when I saw that this story is told from Ash's point of view. I was used to Meghan telling us the story, but still Ash is wonderful narrator as everything else. Once more you'll be back in Nevernever and this time you'll meet some other parts of it. Maybe not as beautiful as Winter or Summer realm, but it doesn't matter. You'll still have Puck to make it funny even if it's not! This is really wonderful story about friendship, true love and life in general.
I wanted to say goodbye Nevernever but as you all probably know by now there will be next series about Meghan's brother Ethan. I'm sure that I'll be lost in Nevernever again. Will I see Ash, Meghan or Pack again I don't know, but I'd love to!
Thank you Julie for writing this book for us lovers of fairy tales and hopeless romantics.
At the beginning this book took me by surprise. I started reading it and got confused. I thoughtYou can win paperback or ebook copy at Ja čitam, a ti?
At the beginning this book took me by surprise. I started reading it and got confused. I thought is this paranormal? But then when Alice came and heard music it was really interesting way to start the story. Then as the story goes on we meet the characters and the whole story.
Here we have main character Alice. She is popular, good looking girl and she has her perfect circle of friends. Being schoolgirl she spends her days at boring classes and hanging out with her friends at lunch time. But there is one thing that keeps their attention - plays that they do at school. This year the play they'd work on was Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde. At that point the new member joins to their group. It's Keith. Boy with huge talent for music, especially guitar playing. Now Alice doesn't have to sneak around to hear his music. Spending more time together their friendship from childhood starts to wake. Maybe that's not only friendship anymore, maybe now it's something bigger. But soon strange things start to happen, things that they don't understand but have to deal with.
This book was an interesting read. I was surprised when certain things started to happen. ...more
I admit it, I was a little bit disappointed after The Iron Daughter, but this book was perfection. Thank you Julie!
It's hard to say anything after reI admit it, I was a little bit disappointed after The Iron Daughter, but this book was perfection. Thank you Julie!
It's hard to say anything after reading this book. Beautiful story. I thought that first book was amazing, but this one was much better. I was surprised also. Somehow after book two I thought that this series won't be as good as it was at the beginning but here I'm, taking those words back.
In this book you'll meet character better, their story and love and friendship. Meghan is different now. She knows what she has to do and she is willing to do everything to keep Nevernever safe. Ash will be by her side but even winter price can't keep her always safe. She will find her purpose here but will costs be too high?
Ash, me dear, don't give up. I'm sure that there is army of us "regular humans" to support you and believe in you.
My relationship with JLA's books is quite complicated one. With Covenant being one of my favorite series ever andReview also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?
My relationship with JLA's books is quite complicated one. With Covenant being one of my favorite series ever and Lux which I enjoyed in the past, all later series and books were quite a miss for me. So I was really afraid to pick this one, but as Opposition came out recently I knew that I had to do this and sooner rather than later.
I picked Origin with not much expectations and at the end it payed off. It's been a while since I have read Opal and I have forgotten some things about this series, but good thing is that as soon as I started to read this one memories started to come back. I remembered what happened and in what troubles Katy and Daemon were in. I really admired Jennifer for putting a totally new aspect of the story in this one as there was only one book left and including some new things meant more complications that needed to be taken care of later. We'll see how that went but in the meantime this new moment really brought refreshment to this series and it was really intriguing.
Now only trouble I had with this book was actually Daemon. But main reason for that is me, as I really liked him in the previous books but in the meantime cocky boys started to get on my nerves and let's face it Daemon is definition of cockiness.
But all in all, JLA has got a lot of things to take care of in the last book and I cannot wait to see how that went....more
Tanja: You know that moment when you are reading the last installment in series and you have like 100 pages or soReview also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?
Tanja: You know that moment when you are reading the last installment in series and you have like 100 pages or so left and then you start to remember how your journey with the book started. I remembered everything - fractions and their ideas, the choosing ceremony, The Ferris Wheel, etc. Gosh, so many memories. Glass: And you do not want to read that last 100 pages because it will mean it is finally the end and it is bittersweet feeling - you love everything, but still try to make it last just a little bit longer. Especially when it comes to epic stories like this. Do you know what I remember? How I refused to read it because I thought it would be nothing special. How foolish of me! Allegiant was perfect, the best book in the series for me, but I do understand now why so many readers were disappointed. Tanja: Exactly. You want to keep it just for a bit longer, because you know that no matter how many times you re-read it the magic of reading these words for the first time end when you read the rest of it. Yes! Me too. I though that I'd end up disappointed as many have, but I made the mistake with Mockingjay and it though me a great lesson when it comes to my feelings. But gladly we were both blown away by this one. Glass: What I liked the most is how serious this book turned out to be - it is about politic, moral, science, education. I even quoted Slavoj Žižek in one of my status updates: "The function of ideology is not to offer us a point of escape from our reality but to offer us the social reality itself as an escape." Allegiant is a book about ideology and fantasies of control. How far humans are willing to go and what to do in the name of something that is bigger than us. It is not just a story about group of kids fighting for their place in futuristic version of high school drama. Tanja: Right and what society is willing to sacrifice - it's own people as rat mice in order to create idea about their perfect care for its people, which is contradictory when you look at it, but at the same time in some lesser or greater degree we all are living in such societies. That's why I love this idea and the whole story so much. On the surface it tells you about teenagers and their coming of age but when you scratch under that surface you see that it's actually a book about society and mainly about human nature. It remains me of all great classics I've been discussing about at my classes. Glass: But lets talk about that ending. I know you want to. I still can't believe that Veronica Roth decided to finish trilogy with that "bang". It was a risky move, as you can see by all the reactions, but I think it was perfect. Especially because of the way Trish was portrait from the very beginning. Tanja: Honestly I didn't expect it at all. Not in my wildest dreams. Of course I had some ideas about how it all could end, but that was one I wasn't even aware of it, until it happened. It was a really brave move on her side, but after you go back and remember certain things it makes perfect sense. What do you say about Four and his portrayal at the end? Glass: I loved it - she didn't try to romanticize him or give us two years later epilogue were everything is rainbows, butterflies and unicorns. World is not perfect, so their lives aren't perfect too. He is different person than the one you placed in your fictional harem, isn't he? But we love him even more. I just have to say that I can't wait to see what will Veronica Roth write next. Tanja: He is, both Trish and Four were different people in this book, or after they discovered the background of the fractions. I cannot wait to see what she plans next and wherever she does I hope she will tackle something related to human psychology as she does it perfectly. I guess we should wait and see. At the end what are your thoughts about upcoming movie? I truly believe it would be as good as books at least. Glass: I really hope it will be good - I am so sick of movies that make my favorite book look bad. We are so going to watch it together. Plan your holidays around that date, you are coming to visit me. Tanja: I guess you prepared your whip so I don't have much choice, do I? Kidding girl, we'll make it happen.
I just want to scream in frustration! Damn you book!
Huh, I was so annoyed in some parts of this book, annoyed by Meghan btw. So I was so determinateI just want to scream in frustration! Damn you book!
Huh, I was so annoyed in some parts of this book, annoyed by Meghan btw. So I was so determinate that I won't give it more than 4 stars. I still love this whole concept and the story basically. Like I said Meghan cought that annoying-girl-cries-all-the-time syndrome but I'm so used to it that I could see it coming. Beside that story was great. Twist and turns kept the whole story readable and interesting. Ash, my dear was lovely as always. Puck is great and funny and I do really like him. But, there is always that "but", I know which team I'm in. So I knew what I was going to do with rating here, I really like it, but it wasn't amazing. Until the end. Dammit! I cried like an idiot. I just can't give it 5 stars, because of Meghan. So my dear, please stop acting like an idiot and be lovely girl like you used to be. Still I believe that next book will be even better! ...more
Here I'm again, with my all time I'll try not to give 5 stars to every book that make me cry "problem". At the end I always manage not to listen to myHere I'm again, with my all time I'll try not to give 5 stars to every book that make me cry "problem". At the end I always manage not to listen to myself. I know that a lot of you won't agree with me about this book and yes true, maybe it doesn't deserve 5 stars and maybe the writing could've been better and so on. But I enjoyed in this book and that's the only thing that matters.
It's hard to say anything about the story as too much is said in the summary. If you, like me, don't read blurbs then you'll be surprised or better said shocked, again as me, when you find out about the accident. Jake is like any other senior year student. He plays football, hangs out with his friend and thinks about his future. Everything seemed normal until the accident. He thinks that for him everything is over, because he is not like "normal" people again. He is mute. Only after one person shows him her real self and everything she bares on her shoulders he will understand that not being able to talk isn’t the worst thing that could ever happen to you.
So this is story about teenagers and all the stupid decisions they make, all the doubts they have and all the words and actions that they're afraid to say or make. This is also the story about life. At the end this is the story that will made you consider your actions and maybe change your views. That's why I'm putting this book on my YA Saves Reading Challenge.
***NOTE: Copy of this book is provided by publisher via NetGalley. Thank you. I'm not paid for writing review - I do this for free as a lover of written word. All opinions in this review are personal. ...more
First of I want to apologize for not reading this book earlier. I got this book a while ago and I was waiting this whole time to read it. At the otherFirst of I want to apologize for not reading this book earlier. I got this book a while ago and I was waiting this whole time to read it. At the other hand that's a good thing as I'm reading contemporary books these days.
This is one of those situations when I hate the blurb. I wasn't planing on reading it but it was at the beginning of the book so I read it. What do I hate it? Because it reveals too much. I wish some things are left secret like pregnancy. The book is mostly what you see in the blurb, there is a boy and the girl, for some reasons (I'll talk about it later) they do something "stupid" and now they have to deal with. Only thing you're curious is the end. Even though I would change some things here, like repeating some things over and over again I find this book something that teens should read. Hopefully they'll learn some things on time.
Why I say so? Well I couldn't relate with any of the characters here (maybe if I was seventeen I would, but I highly doubt). I asume that there are the teens that think this way. We live in the time where values aren't set right, so some would do anything to keep someone not realizing that they give everything and another person nothing. Yes I'm talking about sex. Here Syd has done that, she slept with his boyfriend thinking this is right thing to do and without using protection. That's why she has to strugle with the pregnancy.
I don't judge teens here, just so you know, I judge society. Regardless on that, the thing that confused me the most here are the parents. I mean I do understand that focus of this book are teens themselves and their friends but those few times when parents appeared I was lost. Maybe I was raised differently but I couldn't understand how parents let all this slide, mostly. Sure my Ma would do everything to help me but she would also have few thing to tell me. For sure nothing would change but still...
All in all I'm not fascionated with the book or writing, but I also believe this book could help some if they found themselves in this situation....more
This is not working, therefore huh..I give up. Yes that actually happens. The thing is that I've started this book sometime in June and since then I'vThis is not working, therefore huh..I give up. Yes that actually happens. The thing is that I've started this book sometime in June and since then I've been trying to read this book. Obviously it's not working. It's not the book this time I'm the problem. It's just, well not meant to be for us. I even though scanning through the pages to see what happens at the end but I won't do that. Who knows maybe one day I'll feel like reading this book and I'll sit down and fall in love with this book. Only the time is not now.
Anyway, thank you NetGalley for providing me this ebook. I appreciate it....more
This is sweet story in which will enjoy younger readers. Magic, Hogwarts-You can find this review here: Ja čitam, a ti?
What Glass thought about it...
This is sweet story in which will enjoy younger readers. Magic, Hogwarts-like boarding school, nymphs, castles and secret royalty. I'd be honest with you guys. The Shapeshifter's Secret has its ups and downs. Some parts left me frustrated and some made me swoon. Beginning is little bit too fast and there are lot of things left hanging loose. I wasn't really "convinced" by love story between Julia and Terrence but I'm guessing that that's all part of Heather's "evil" master plan to make us addicted to this series. Swoon part of the book is Caleb - boy who introduces Julia to the secrets of her tru nature and Ossai history. You'll see why! Probablly the strongest thing about The Shapshifter's Secret is the story about friendship and girl power. I believe that many of you will find this novel as ideal start of your summer reading list.
What Tanychy thought about it...
Yes, I agree with you Glass. Young YA paranormal readers will find this book quite interesting. While I, like you , have read a lot of paranormal things so we see things differently. Basically the whole idea about shapeshifting in this story is interesting and positive. Only I couldn't find myself lost in story or I couldn't relate with characters and to be honest the whole book is a little bit forgettable. All in all, this book is really readable, you'll read it in few hours. If you're about to meet whole paranormal world and you're looking for something light and interesting to read then I recommend you this book. ...more
This is a story about girl Maggie, who is just regular teen. She spends herNote: Review you can find on Ja čitam, a ti?
What Tanja thought about it....
This is a story about girl Maggie, who is just regular teen. She spends her time with her four friends and her boyfriend Joey. Until one day he is dead. Is she guilty for that? She doesn’t know because of the shock after his death. We slowly meet all of them and we discover some things that will change the whole thing. All of them are struggling with his death. All of them are trying to deal with it and some of them blame themselves. But Maggie is the only one who was with him. Slowly her memory is coming back in flashes and soon enough she remembers. Is there anyone to blame? Or was it just a series of circumstances? You know where you’ll find the answers.
One Momet is story about love, friendship and betrayal. Easily written so that you’ll read this novel in one sitting. Great and realistic story. Maybe it was predictable in some parts, but still it deserves 4 stars from me. Like I said I really enjoyed within reading this story. It was realistic and readable. If you like realistic teen books you should check out this one.
What Glass thought about it...
One of my favorite poets is Milosh Crnjanski, Serbian poet who lived in previous century. Why is this relevant for this novel? Well, he had the same idea as Kristina McBride about that one moment that can change everything - all of the people living on Earth are connected in so many ways that sometimes what one person decides to do, can affect the lives of people on the other part of planet.
One moment isn't so radical - it stays within one small group of friends who shared everything since they were kids, but it's still fascinting thought. Everything starts with accident, but there are so much more. You never really know the people - not even those closest to you. We all have secrets. Are you intrigued enough to read this amazing book? You should be. As Tanja said, you are going to read it in one sitting....more
As always I won't rate this book because it's short book and I don't know how to rate them. Anyway, I must say I didn't expect this! I don't how to expAs always I won't rate this book because it's short book and I don't know how to rate them. Anyway, I must say I didn't expect this! I don't how to express myself. This was interesting, really interesting. Especially the end. Some parts were confusing and I didn't know why I was reading this. But I kept going. Now I'm curious about this. I want to know the rest of the story.
So if you are interested you can find it on Smashwords and read it for free. ...more