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Crux by Moira Rogers
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Aug 17, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: 1st-in-a-series, kindle, magic, shape-shifters, urban-fantasy
Read from August 17 to 25, 2011

What can I say... this book had the makings of a fantastic story, one that would have kept me an avid fan. The writing, characters, and story line were brilliant, but somewhere along the way it just 'died'.... It seems like the author came to a point in her writing and just said "Ok, lets tie up all the loose ends and finish the book" and along with it the characters lost their depth.

I'm sorry to say that I've been spoiled with strong, kick-ass heroines lately, and Mackenzie didn't cut it for me.

I really had to force myself to finish reading the point I was opting to watch 'bad' prime-time TV. It became predictable and mundane.. and I lost total interest in the story around the last 50 pages.

I SO wanted to 'love' this book, because Jackson and Mackenzie had so much potential as characters, but somewhere along the way Mackenzie went from being "scared shitless" and trying to survive to some 'hollow' character.

Sorry ... but this was not my cup-of-tea.
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Reading Progress

45.0% "oooh I'm liken Jackson... a lot!" 1 comment
75.0% "Charles Talbot's one mean mother!"
88.0% "..I'm at a point in the book (near the end) where I'm having a hell-a-va time finishing this story...totally frustrating because somewhere in the last 20 pages the story became mundane and way too predictable" 1 comment
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Levia This is the problem I had. Started out great but then just flopped.

Ally Russell Oh man, I was hoping it would still maintain it's awesomeness! It's only just started getting a bit 2D :(

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