Never to Sleep
Publish date: July 1st 2012
Pages no: 56
Edition language: English
Series: Soul Screamers (#5)
My Initial Reaction... I wish I'd known about Never to Sleep back when I first read the Soul Screamers Series. It was a really enjoyable quick read and gave a lot of background on Sophie, a character I always wished I'd known better. Note: There are spoilers for book 1 in the series in this review. ...
ReviewSophie never paid attention to what her cousin Kaylee do, she believes that she is in a higher social ladder than her. People get them confused with being sisters rather than cousins because of their last name. All Sophie wants is to live in her world, soon she learns that there is more to her...
This novella annoyed me SO much!!!! Who does she think she is? She's so full of herself. And this quote annoyed me the most."People called Kaylee special, but what they really meant was “special.” In that straitjackets andpadded walls kind of way. She wasn’t special like Luca thought I was special. ...
Getting inside Sophie’s head made me a little more sympathetic toward her. As hateful as she is, she really has had it rough, and who among us wasn’t selfish in out early teens? I for one couldn’t see past the end of my nose, so I can relate.This short gives some hints that maybe there is more to he...
I am so not a fan of cousin Sophie. Her being such a ballerina Barbie - selfish and vain. After meeting the new boy in school Luca, she's somehow whisked away to the Netherworld and must fight her way back to reality. She is surprisingly funny and rather snarky at the same time. I came to like her...
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