I am pissed. This book should not have been published. It was too long. And I kept putting it down and being distracted. I knew how it would end. I KN...moreI am pissed. This book should not have been published. It was too long. And I kept putting it down and being distracted. I knew how it would end. I KNEW IT! I am just pissed about the events. The story line was okay, but the turn of events makes me hate this book.
Tris and Tobias and the rest of the group (that I don't really care for) are living within the government. They want to change the way they see the Genetically pure people and the Genetically Damaged people. They want to save their town Chicago. An uprising is beginning to form and they need to stop it before all their friends and family die.
That's basically it.
Honestly.... I would be better off if I didn't read this entire season. I spent too much time tearing up at the end of this book than I needed to. Uncalled for! I do not recommend these books. Sorry. Just go watch the movies. (less)
This was possibly the worst of all the books. I don't even want to go over what happened in this book because I am not 100% sure. It was just horrible...moreThis was possibly the worst of all the books. I don't even want to go over what happened in this book because I am not 100% sure. It was just horrible. I hate how Ari keeps changing the past (complained about that already) and I hate how the author forgets to mention things. I was so confused for half of the book. The majority of the time I had no idea what was going on. I just read this to get it over and done with.
The ending was pretty cool. But that was it. Sorry but not sorry to give it once star. That's all. (less)
This book started off so well, but it did a HUGE nosedive. I couldn’t believe how bad this book got towards the middle and end. The author should have...moreThis book started off so well, but it did a HUGE nosedive. I couldn’t believe how bad this book got towards the middle and end. The author should have just stopped after book two. Book three was pushing it!
This book starts off with Ophelia. She is a witch but she obviously didn’t figure it out until she went to Lydia’s. And that’s how all the other books started as well. Aimee needed to find her sister because Blake was keeping her hostage and used as a blood slave. Ophelia’s sister got kidnapped too. Um… Sam and Hanna’s connection gets broken and then Hannah goes back to Marcus because he comes back to life after a ‘Push’ from Ari. But then Sam is dead. But Lucas and Aleks are alive again….. What. The. Hell! I honestly don’t even know what else to say about this story. It was soooooooooooooooooo confusing. Noticed all the o’s. I know how to read, and I know how to follow a plot. This book was a train wreck. The writing style became so messy that parts of the book made no sense. The author kept changing the plot so many times that I just couldn’t keep up anymore. These books need some MAJOR editing. I finished this book as quick as I could, but since I already PURCHASED… yes I wrote Purchased… the last one, I migt as well read it. It was only $1, but still.
Ummm… I am glad that this book is over. I didn’t like it as much as the two before it. I actually started reading the fourth book Witch before I read...moreUmmm… I am glad that this book is over. I didn’t like it as much as the two before it. I actually started reading the fourth book Witch before I read this because I got mixed up with the order. It upset me that I found things out before starting this book.
This one was about Hannah the half Siren half werewolf. She learns who she is after the death of her father. She goes to Lydia’s house, as every other supernatural, and learns about what she is exactly. Since she is half Siren, all the guys fall for her. It is actually pretty annoying because she falls for them too. The ones she love the most are Marcus and Sam. Aimee is still with Shane. Ana is still with Lucas and Alexander is now in love with Giselle. All these people think about is sex. Nothing wrong with that! Haha. There is also a rescue mission in this story as well that the Roses take back a few kidnapped supernatural children from the hands of Daniel, the vampire, and his accomplices. They are apparently trying to take over the world or something.
There wasn’t really much to this book that I enjoyed. Hanna’s mixed emotions were too confusing to keep track of and the story was just dragging on. I know already book four is better, so I will just go and read that one now. Bye. (less)
I give this book 3.5 stars. I would have given it 4 stars but the author kept changing the past which affected the future and I just wanted to keep th...moreI give this book 3.5 stars. I would have given it 4 stars but the author kept changing the past which affected the future and I just wanted to keep things the way they were and make them less confusing.
This book is about a girl named Ari. She thinks she is a normal girl working at a diner until she passes out from the heat. Her uncle, the man who raised her, is by her side when she wakes up. When she touches him, she sends him back in time and he chose another route instead of adopting her which left Ari an abused orphan. She wakes up with her head shaved and piercings all over her body. She finds her way to Lydia and Aimee in the refuge house. They teach her what she is and how to deal with it. Ari meets her mate there as well. She learns that her power is taking people back in time where they hit the fork in the road. Instead of taking the one they were living in, they are forced to take the others. Some don’t turn out as well as she hopes. She tries to change her past, but ends up affecting her future too many times to count. Through the changes the book doesn’t get confusing. I just got annoyed because I was happy the way the story was going, but then it changes drastically and screws everything up.
This was a really good book and I enjoyed every minute of it. The author has a way with words that keeps you reading until you want more. I couldn’t put the book down. On to the next one! (less)
I started reading this book because it was free. Not only was the first book free – but all other 4 books in the series was free as well. I had them f...moreI started reading this book because it was free. Not only was the first book free – but all other 4 books in the series was free as well. I had them for a while and decided to give them a go! I was glad I did!
This book is about Aimee James. She is a normal girl with a normal twin. Her life begins to change after the death of her mother. When she decides it is fine for her to move on and be happy again, she agrees to chaperon her sister to a party and is not intentionally drugged. Someone drugged her friends drink and they ended up sharing it. She almost dies and in that instant someone saves her life. While she hovers before her dead body, a man appears and helps her back in and tends to her. She wakes up delusional with almost losing all function of her liver. The drug was poorly made and started to cause liver failure. Aimee is on a conquest to find out who that man was who sort of saved her life. She realizes that he is in love with her, but she is in love with her high school crush named Shane. He is more than a high school crush to her. Aimee feels that he is her soul mate. But when she is around this mysterious man, she loves him too. Love triangle much? She learns that there is another world of immortals that she doesn’t even know existed. And she is curious to learn more, even if it means dying in the process.
I actually really liked this book. It was fast paced and exciting. There were no droll moments. There were a few grammar mistakes, but who cares. The book was better than I thought it would be for a free book! I am so excited to read the next one! (less)
Let me tell you how I started reading this book. I saw that it was going to be a movie and I liked the main character so I decided to give the book a...moreLet me tell you how I started reading this book. I saw that it was going to be a movie and I liked the main character so I decided to give the book a shot. Before I read the book I watched the trailer. It looked like an OKAY movie but I still went through to read the book. I am so glad that I read the book!
It begins with Hazel Grace. She is surviving with cancer. Her lungs are filled with tiny little masses that make it hard for her to breathe without her oxygen tank. She is forced to go to weekly meetings at a church with cancer patients. That is where she meets Augustus Waters. I think it is love at first sight. She makes him read one of her favourite books and he makes her read his. Their relationship grows and he uses his cancer wish to take Hazel to Amsterdam to meet the author of her favourite book. She has some unanswered questions for him about the book. Ever since they met, Augustus did not hide his feelings from her. He knew he loved her in an instant and wouldn’t give up on her, even though she kept pushing him away saying she was a grenade. He didn’t care. I loved the ending. Don’t worry, I won’t ruin it. That is all I will tell you.
I know it doesn’t sound like much, and it really isn’t. There is nothing special about this book. The last chapter I read, though, for some odd reason, I couldn’t stop crying. The last chapter was a letter that Augustus wrote to the author. I just love it when guys show emotion. After I composed myself from crying during the last pages, I watched the trailer and cried even more! I felt a connection with the characters that you just don’t get when you watch a movie. This just proves that you will never get out of a movie when you get from a book. I definitely recommend this book. It isn’t even that long! Favourite line – Okay, Okay. (less)
I am finally done with this book. It was better than book 2 but not that much better.
The story lines are basically the same. Guy and girl think they...moreI am finally done with this book. It was better than book 2 but not that much better.
The story lines are basically the same. Guy and girl think they love each other. In this case it is Bren and Six. Bren is an ex-military and Six used to live in another sector, beaten and left for dirt until Dallas picked her up for information and thought about making her an O’Kane. She and Bren fool around (When I say 'fool around' I really mean they had some crazy sex) and then they get into an argument (of course) and then in the end they end up together. I know that’s a spoiler but did you really think otherwise?
This whole book is filled with decent written sex scenes. There was too much of them, but I didn't really mind. They were all different scenarios. I know the third book isn't out yet, but I kind of don’t want to read it. There goes my whole ‘I have to finish series I start’ thing I’m going with here. Oh well. On to the next book! (less)