Ephemeral (The Countenance, #1)
Publisher: Addison Moore
Pages no: 412
, Young Adult
, Paranormal Romance
, New Adult
http://divainpyjamas.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/ephemeral-by-addison-moore.htmlEphemeral can be considered a sister series to Addison Moore's popular Celestra series, but sadly, it isn't nearly as entertaining. Where Celestra was fluffy and fun, Ephemeral fails to deliver. The main protagonist Laken la...
Laken, we're not in Kansas anymore. I really enjoyed Ephemeral. I haven't read the Celestrial series so this world of nephilim and the different factions was new to me. It was a little confusing at first, to be honest. I wasn't sure if Laken had died in the car accident and was now in some kind of p...
The premise of this story is great. It's not like anything I've read before.I can honestly say the character that kept me reading was Cooper. He seems like the only one that is somewhat sane. His character is also easy to like. I spent most of the book wanting to slap Laken. She's fickle and cli...
1.5/5 Ephemeral oozes with idiotic girls. I can't fathom just how anti-feministic this book is. Girls in Ephemeral have no respect for their own selves. There are several instances of break-ups due to third party on the side of the boy, but instead of hating both the boy and the third party, the gir...
Meh. I just couldn't get into it. It's not you, it's me. Full review to come.