Luminosity (The Raven Chronicles)
Beatrice, whose Visions are clearer than those of the other Seers, trains to defend the Institution and the City from the Dreamcatchers. As the City prepares for an invasion, a Dreamcatcher named Echo tells Beatrice that war is imminent, and they must save each other in order to survive. Beatrice... show more
Beatrice, whose Visions are clearer than those of the other Seers, trains to defend the Institution and the City from the Dreamcatchers. As the City prepares for an invasion, a Dreamcatcher named Echo tells Beatrice that war is imminent, and they must save each other in order to survive. Beatrice keeps this information from her best friend, Gabe, jeopardizing her allegiance to him and the Seers. Now, threatened by both the Seers and the Dreamcatchers, Beatrice must learn who she can trust, and make decisions that may cause her to lose Gabe or Echo forever.
Publish date: 2012-12-11
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
A promising premise that failed to deliver on many fronts. The characters weren't absorbing, the love triangle was poorly designed, and neither the romance nor the love interests were attractive nor realistic. The most honest thing I can say about this book without expressing my personal frustration...
Beatrice is a Seer and her visions are amongst the clearest of all of the Seers at the Institution where she was raised. With a war on the horizon it is Beatrice's visions that the Institution depend upon most to protect themselves and the rest of the city from the Dreamcatchers. All of the Seers vi...
Bea is a seer, she has visions of the future and was like all seers taken away from her parents after her birth when her gift was obvious by the violet color of her eyes. She grew up in „The institution“, where young seers are trained and educated. She is very talented and when her visions become da...
This one took a bit longer for me to read than I had planned. I liked it, but was a bit confused on and off throughout the story. I'll have the review posted soon as part of the blog tour.
Do not believe the high rating of this book. This is another generic YA written in first person about another special girl that is really as vanilla as they come. The writing was boring and it all read like a journal entry.Uploaded with ImageShack.us