Crossroads by Mary Ting
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was going through my to-read shelf and found a free download for this book so I read it and well I am glad I did. I had me at the edge of my seat. I thought the whole thing was good the explanations for the Crossroads and everything between heaven and hell were amazing. I felt like I was Claudia throughout the whole book. When she was holding her breath I was too even in this one scene where Claudia was clenching her fist and there I was clenching my fist.
A girl sleeping dreaming of a road surrounded by a field and she wondered the meaning as she did she approached and her life changed forever.
I liked Claudia a lot of crazy things happen to her and she seems alright if it was me :X I can’t even imagine. I felt sad for her it was one thing after another. I wonder how long is she going to keep this part of her life a secret. Usually the main character has friends and they at least share something with one of them but no Claudia is intent on not telling anyone not even Patty her best friend.
I am so jealous of Claudia her love interest made me fall in love with him.
I can’t even say too much because he was just so great my favorite line he said is “Multiply my love by infinity and take it to the depths of forever, and you still have only a glimpse of how I feel for you. I love you more.”
Can you believe that I melted right there he had me since the begging all the way to the last word.
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I didn’t even remember reading this book and it was because I didn’t. I thought I did and I was about to buy Whisper at Moon rise but I started reading the first couple of pages when I realized that I hadn’t read the book yet. So that’s the little tale of how I started reading this book.
Taken at Dusk by C.C. Hunter
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
For the third installment of the Shadow Falls series this book was very anticipated by the fans of C.C. Hunter. One of my favorite Authors and One of my favorite Series. This book was very good, if you read the other book Awaken at Dusk you know that you had to keep reading.*Spoiler*The book starts after her very hectic weekend with Mario and that gang. Kylie is walking towards Holiday’s office very nervous to finally meet someone who knew her father, Her adopted Grandparents. Next thing you know they went off and disappeared!
I can’t believe the ups and downs.
Then a series of animals going buzerk around Kylie stirred up the unease about Mario. Plus Kylie’s uncertainty of herself having a crazy brain pattern and then the presumption of being a protector. Which pretty much means that you have pretty awesome powers and aren’t able to use them unless protecting someone. It also kind of means more of a crap parade on Kylie’s plate. Another thing on her plate is the ghost who seemed to follow her from the Fallen Cemetery on her way back from the weekend with her mom with the message Someone lives; Someone dies. Kylie’s plate also contains Red, Lucas and Derek and Ellie. Ellie the girl that Derek brought back with him from his mission from the FRU. Through the hell she goes through Kylie pushes through. Danger surround Kylie Galen as she makes her way through her quest, to find the answers to the hardest questions their are.
In the end I think this book deserves a hundred stars instead of five.
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