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- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
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Top Customer Reviews
Despite my reservations, there was enough going for it, to keep me reading (although I admit to skim reading quite a lot), and then to be left with "TO BE CONTINUED" ....... resulted in a number of choice (unprintable) words about the author. By all means, keep the storyline open for a sequel, but each "book" should provide a reasonable ending, so that there is some sense of completion.
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Bella Roccaforte has a clear and descriptive writing style, one that effectively brings her characters to life.
The originality of the story was fascinating and clever and I was successfully drawn into the plot and the characters' lives. There were times I was a little frustrated by the main character, which I think is a testament to the author's ability to create a realistic character. I felt something toward her enough to actually believe in her; this is a good thing.
I was taken on a pretty mindblowing journey filled with twists and turns like no other. I may have even experienced a little bit of whiplash.
A fascinating and worthwhile read.
The book's description doesn't do it justice, but it does highlight what I would say is the main flaw in the writing: Roccaforte often holds back information that's not really relevant to the plot, but that makes the characters make more sense, or that makes them resonate more. Especially during the introduction of our beefcake male characters, so many other details that ultimately ended up being irrelevant to the audience's relationship to them were pulled forward, that it was hard to follow how we were supposed to engage with them, and how Shay was engaging with them.
The focus on physical descriptions in their introductions, and their early scenes didn't really show them in enough dimension to make them feel like compelling romantic interests, in the first third or so. You can read that as my bias, since I don't think it's possible for the description of a man to make him attractive to me. That type of description is certainly not aimed at me. I was happy to find I could engage with them as people, as the story went on, and Roccaforte explored their distinct personalities more. But I would have preferred to see that from the beginning, if only because Shay already knows them, and engages with them that way, rather than the way you engage a handsome stranger at a coffee shop. It undermined the sense of her familiarity with them, in the beginning.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Shay is an artist and she has developed a comic series which is about to become big. She has these dreams which she thought were just dreams but when her neighbours are found dead... Read morePublished on 25 Jan. 2014 by Donna