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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd (15 Jan. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1409546748
  • ISBN-13: 978-1409546740
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,050,988 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Lenore Appelhans is an American living in Germany. She graduated with a degree in multilingual communication and has worked as an award-winning freelance advertising copywriter.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nocturnes on 21 Feb. 2013
Format: Paperback
Level 2 represented my first foray into the YA genre of novels. It was also the first book I had read from front to back in a very long time. I'm a terrible reader and not a bookworm by nature as I struggle to sit in one place long enough to thoroughly commit to enjoying a book and I'm far too OCD to only attempt to read half-heartedly.

It was always going to be a challenge therefore, to really get into this book as all of the odds were stacked up against me.

It turns out that my fears were completely unsubstantiated.

I chose to thumb open the cover of Level 2 for the first time on a train from England to Scotland. A journey I make regularly and enjoy, because I can gaze out of the window for the vast majority of the 4 hour trip and be astounded each time by the stunning and dramatic scenery of the east coast.

On this occasion, I didn't look out of the window once, as I was completely and utterly glued to Level 2.

I found the pacing of the story thrilling and was hugely impressed with how easy to follow the plotline was, even though there was so much going on. The character development was intriguing and I found myself questioning myself at various stages of the book over where my loyalties/empathies lay with regards to different characters.

Finishing the book was a little bit like waking up from a dream that you never want to wake up from so it goes without saying that I can't wait for the sequel!

Overall, a hugely addictive debut novel which I can't recommend highly enough!
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By Jess Hearts Books VINE VOICE on 31 Jan. 2013
Format: Paperback
Lenore Appelhans is a book blogger who I've followed for a few years now and so when I heard that she was releasing a book I was really excited to read it and followed her from book blogger to debut author.

Level 2 is like no other book I've ever read and is a total mash up of genres, Sci-fi, Dystopian, Afterlife, Contemporary and Paranormal. Lenore takes the best parts about each genre and creates something really unique and awesome with Level 2's premise. What impressed me was how each aspect of the book tied together seamlessly so it didn't read choppy or like I was reading several different books at once which I was worried about when I found out just how diverse this book was, instead it read very smoothly and felt like I was reading a whole new genre.

I really loved the setting of Level 2 and thought it was a really fascinating version of the afterlife. Level 2 is a waiting room of sorts between this world and the next where people view their memories and come to terms with their lives in order to move on to Level 3. I loved how we got to know Felicia by accessing her memories from when she was alive and that contemporary aspect was one of my favourite things to read about.

Felicia's a very humane and flawed character who despite her faults I couldn't help but like. The only thing I didn't get was her obsession with Neil. Neil was the one thing I disliked about this book. I just found him very boring and flat as a character and didn't really understand what Felicia saw in him at all. Needless to say I am totally Team Julian, who like Felicia, has his faults but I still loved him in spite of them. Heck I might come to regret this in later books but at least he was interesting to read about unlike Neil.
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By Serendipity Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 Jan. 2013
Format: Paperback
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I have been waiting to read this book for ages. Lenore is a well known book blogger from Presenting Lenore who has managed to cross the divide and become a published author and I am very much in awe of her ability. When I read the blurb, I had a feeling this book would be good and it most definitely was. It can only be described as a heavenly version of The Matrix, only better.
I loved the memory chambers, the idea of being able to relive whichever memories you want really appealed to me. As well as being able to relive other people's memories. Ingenious and unique - you will all be wishing that heaven was really like this.
I love the detail and description used to portray such a clear picture of how heaven might operate. Or should I say the in between place where you evaluate you life by experiencing again everything you went through on Earth. I felt the author presented an excellent visual of something no one has ever seen, only guessed at. This has to be the first after life book that has really captured my attention.
I loved Julian, even though on looking back over the book, I felt I really shouldn't. He was trouble and brought about the downfall of Felicia. His arrival on Level 2 changed everything again. Every little detail she had grown to believe about her very existence was instantly shattered by Julian. As the book progresses, his words and actions make her question her own sanity as well as her past memories. He had a manipulative way about him, yet you instantly understand that his actions were purely led by his love for Felicia. As a lead character Felicia kicked butt. She was very quick to come to terms with the changes occurring around her and she really shone bravely by the end.
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