A Touch Mortal
Publish date: February 22nd 2011
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Pages no: 419
Edition language: English
Series: A Touch Trilogy (#1)
I'm not really sure what I'd been expecting, but it wasn't anything so dark as A Touch Mortal turned out to be! Not that that is a bad thing, it was just slightly unexpected.Angel YA used to be a hit or miss for me, with more misses than hits to be honest. It just gets preachy easily, you know? But ...
Sorry, I couldn't finish it. The beginning had me literally banging my ipad with a pillow. Therefore, I can't give a full review. Who knows, maybe it got better after the first 7 chapters (though I doubt it). Just let me say this, it is soooo not worth the money, even the 2.99 ebook version.
I did not really like this book... I am not sure why but it just does not agree with me. The girl, Eden, is very frustrating. She was a very complex character, one minute she was angry with Az and then she was making out with Adam. Az and Gabe grrrr wtfff is wrong with them, they keep protecting Ede...
A Touch Mortal is a wonderfully written, heart pounding, well established novel that will leave reader's yearning for the next book to come in the series. Clifford's writing is beautifully poetic and hauntingly moving, it lends itself well to giving wonderful background knowledge and multi-layered d...
I started 'A Touch Mortal' knowing almost nothing about it except that bloggers I follower adored the book. I seem to be developing a habit of this. I feel that sometimes it's good to have no prior knowledge of a book, it means you're super surprised when events are thrown your way, like I was in 'A...