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Don't Die, Dragonfly by Linda Joy Singleton
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Jan 26, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: urban-fantasy, young-adult, audible
Recommended for: YA fans who aren't terribly picky.
Read from January 16 to 26, 2012 , read count: 1

This book was... average. In pretty much every way. There's nothing really egregious to point to and say: "this aspect was really bad", but there's nothing terribly original or engaging, either. The mysteries were kind of obvious, but not so obvsious that you could say only a complete moron would miss the clues. The paranormal elements were a little too... common, while not being terribly compelling. Most of the side characters had individual quirks, but set into a blandly-nice surround.

So yeah, it earned a two-star rating ("it was ok"). It's a little better than the books I normally give that distinction, however, so bear that in mind if you particularly enjoy the genre or setting. I don't regret reading it and wasn't ever tempted to just stop reading.

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