Have you ever watched Bones? If not, (because I’m nothing if not informative), let me tell you about it.
Has anyone here ever seen surrogates? With Bruce Willis. Yes? No? Well, when I read Under the Never Sky that is what immediately came to my mind.
A Witch, a Werewolf, a Wizard and a Necromancer walk into a bar… Doesn’t that sound like the start to an awesome joke?
When By Victoria Laurie
When follows 16 year old Maddie Fynn who has the unique gift, or curse, depending on your current level of optimism, to read a persons the death date.
The Dark Divine was a little slow moving for my taste, though it did keep me interested enough to keep turning the page. I like to know things and there was enough mystery in it to make me read for answers.
Ahh Fablehaven. Was not a fan of this one. I think part of it was all the hype. I read it years ago when it was all the rage.
I really do love the classic fantasy topics of werewolf’s, vampires and other mythical creature. That being said, sometimes it’s feels like that topic has been done and its time to move on. Those moments are when I love to lose myself in a book like this. Where the plot is different and refreshing.
Let me start by saying that this is not a bad book. It has a little over 4 stars on good reads so clearly many people like it. I however was not one of them. I read this book because it was recommended. The lady who recommended it had not read the book herself, but just heard it was good. It was when I complained to her about how much this book gave me the creeps I found out she hadn’t even read it.
Caution: this book is a series and despite the strong temptation, I would recommend stopping after the first one. Learn from my mistakes and pretend this book is a stand-alone.
I have really been jonesing on Regan Ure’s books lately. Before you go and buy them all, like I know you were about to do, there is a commonality I have noticed in all of Miss Ures books: