Publish date: March 18th 2014
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, High School
Series: Elusion (#1)
I wanted to ESCAPE® from having to read this. There was nothing tense, alluring, nor mysterious about Elusion at all. I was not left breathless. I remained unimpressed and annoyed with Regan. The writing was fairly good, but nothing in this story was able to interest me. The idea of the story sounde...
A dystopia-lite, romance-lite, mystery-lite story that I had fun with. I like VR stories and Regan's quest to figure out what happened to her father and his creation kept me engaged. My biggest bump was that I didn't realize it was book one of a series. As I slid into home with this, I was looking f...
You all know me, if a book is hugely polarized in the blogger world I have to read it. When there's so much hate spewed against it on one side, and so much love on the other side, I must figure out which side I fall on. I had absolutely no expectations one way or the other when I picked up Elusion f...
Engaging story! Earth is unsafe because of pollutants. One man has a vision to share nature and paradise through virtual technology. But what happens when it all falls apart? What happens when there is another option? I want to go to Etherworld. Great book!
Even though I have way more important things to be concerned with than a kiss, that moment is replaying itself over and over again in my thoughts. Oh, for fuck's sakes, girl. Get your head together. This was not an outrageously terrible book, but it was completely insipid. At no point in the book d...