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The Reading Cat
The Reading Cat rated it 9 years ago
Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? Never for a moment did I feel forced. The plot just sucked me in and I didn't want to stop reading.How realistic was the characterization? The characterization in terms of emotions and situation is real, i.e. the mu...
Next Big Book Thing
Next Big Book Thing rated it 9 years ago
What were the main themes of the book? Murder, vengeance and mayhem. The only thing that came to mind when I started reading this book was the Five for Fighting song "Superman". There's this line that says "Even superheroes have the right to bleed" and that's what happens to Celaine.Describe 2 diffe...
Book Connoisseur
Book Connoisseur rated it 9 years ago
Which did you find more appealing, the introduction or the conclusion? Definitely the conclusion. And I can't wait for Book 2. Celaine is definitely a character I will recommend to any book lover. If this was a tv series, it would be something like Alias.Why would you recommend or not recommend this...
http://www.authors-friend.com/ rated it 9 years ago
Favourite location / setting … When Celaine is in bed contemplating whether she should go ahead with revenge or not. My book club members and I agreed that this was the strongest and weakest moment in the book. Weak because Celaine is so vulnerable, strong because this is the part that changes the p...
saulsy2 rated it 9 years ago
Thank you to the author for giving me a copy in return for an honest review.From page one Enigama Black keeps you wanting to turn the page as fast as you can wanting more. I love this book, and it's one I will end up reading again, and continue on with reading the trilogy. I had high hopes for this ...
Page Trotters
Page Trotters rated it 9 years ago
From pagetrotter.blogspot.comI loved this book. So GD original! HOW have I missed this book?! Its a hybrid book, which threw me for a minute because how in the world would all these genre's mesh? It's science fiction, dystopian, romance, and political thriller all rolled into one. And guess what? It...
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