Publish date: January 15th 2013
Publisher: Usborne Publishing
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: The Memory Chronicles (#1)
Well, that was kind of anti-climactic. Great except the last chapter. Interested to see what happens in book 2
There are many issues with Memory Chronicles #01: Level 2 (renamed The Memory of After). Weak, forgettable characters, convenient answers, and little world-building are only some of those issues. In spite of these weaknesses, Level 2 is ambitious and creative. Ms. Appelhans attempts to hybridize sci...
I was surprised by Level 2. Towards the beginning of the book, I was absolutely in love with it. I was even really excited; thinking that I had finally found another book to add to the precious ‘favourites’ list. But then something … happened. And it wasn’t necessarily bad, but it prevented Level 2 ...
Source: Purchased Publisher: Simon & Schuster Series: The Memory Chronicles #1 Edition: Hardcover, 281 Pages Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction Purchase: * *I receive a small monetary kickback from Amazon purchases Rating: 3.5/5 If you look at the title of this post you’ll notice that it has a tit...
I think I deserve a round of applause for finish this book. Just kidding. Seriously, this book annoyed and focused me to the limits. I had to put the book down a couple of times just so that I could have time to think what the heck it was about.
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