Publish date: June 7th 2011
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Possession (#1)
I read Possession a couple of years ago, and when I read it I know I thought it was pretty good. But I couldn't remember what exactly it was about. Sure I'd read the jacket, but that didn't really bring back very many strong memories. In fact I probably wouldn't have continued the series, except I'd...
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dnf. Just to let you know, I haven't abandoned a book in about a year. But I couldn't go ahead with Possession without wanting to bash my head against the wall. Let me be clear on this: I got exactly to page one hundred before I couldn't take anymore of Vi and Jag and whatever else Johnson managed t...
What bothered me was the complete lack of clarity. The narrative was from Vi’s point of view, yet there were times it seemed to shift to Jag’s. There was no warning, no indication, no nothing. There was no header, change in font or in the very least a lead-in. It was only a couple of pages later tha...
Anyone looking through Possession’s online presence will notice very quickly how mixed its reviews are. Many people love it or hate it. But there’s also people like me… in between, and unsure about it.Possession is a very good book in theory. The idea is engaging and not quite like anything else, bu...