|Nomadic SA Chick||
Publisher: Little Brown and Company
Page Count: 620
Fiction Genre: Sci-Fi, Dystopian, Fantasy, YA, Paranormal
Dates Read: July 3-8, 2015
When we die, we're just supposed to fade away. I guess Melanie never got that message because she is hanging on and will do anything in life or death to protect her little brother. Wanderer is a spirit that is brought into Melanie's body to retrieve her memories and stop the resistance. Wanderer is just doing her job, but something she has never experienced before is happening, Melanie's soul is fighting back, determined to take control of her own body.
Well, I honestly did not think there could be anything worse than the Twilight series, and then Stephanie Meyer tried to write another book. Here we are sitting with yet another steaming pile that Meyers has the audacity to call literature.
Somehow this book is even more poorly written than the Twilight series, and makes even less sense. I was pleased to see that Meyers is capable of writing a strong female character, though just barely. I picked this book for the author I loathe category because I was hoping that Meyers was greater than the Twilight series, and hoping that I would be able to fall in love with her writing and appreciate her more. Unfortunately I got my hopes too high.
The only thing I can recommend this book for is kindling.
Ratings (based on a 10 point scale)
Quality of Writing - 4
Pace - 3
Plot Development - 3
Characters - 2
Enjoyability - 2
Insightfulness - 1
Ease of Reading - 5
Photos/Illustrations - N/A
Overall Rating - 0.5 out of 5 stars