Brightest Kind of Darkness (Brightest Kind of Darkness, #1)
Publisher: Patrice Michelle
Pages no: 357
“Ethan, this is just so hard—”He suddenly stepped so close that I tensed, even as my insides skittered in excitement. “I want to touch you, Nara, but I can’t,” he said in a low, tortured tone. “I want to kiss you, but I can’t. All I can do is watch you from a distance and it’s killing me.” Sigh ... ...
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http://divainpyjamas.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/brightest-kind-of-darkness-by-p-t.htmlBrightest Kind Of Darkness was a unique concept and I loved it! Imagine, falling asleep each night and dreaming your entire day ahead. I loved the relationship between Nara and Ethan, and that she wasn't coerced into ...
Maybe it's unfair that I only give this two stars -- it wasn't a bad book, but I think I'm just much older than the target audience. I found that the characters (mostly their dialogue) wasn't very realistic, but maybe if I had read this five or ten years ago I would have really enjoyed it.
I picked up this book because it had an intriguing premise. It sounded great in the first chapter but after having read 57% of the way in I was still trying to figure out just WHERE it was going. The story is disjointed and has no clear direction. Nara is okay, not a terribly interesting character...