Publish date: July 2nd 2012
Publisher: Text Publishing
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
Series: The Rephaim (#1)
This was an odd read for me. I couldn't put it down and read it almost in one sitting. I just didn't love it though. It's one of those books that's fun to read but you wouldn't want to read it again. I think my opinion is a bit skewed because I've finished [b:Haze|15765699|Haze (The Rephaim, #2)...
I initially snagged a copy of this title from Netgalley. It's one of those books I've heard of and probably had on my TBR list at some point but never got around to reading it. Since it was available on Netgalley (either with read it now or auto approval, I can't remember) I figured great time to gi...
Angel books tend to go one way or another for me, I either really like them or hate them. Shadows immediately fell into the latter category. There was nothing redeeming about this novel and I subsequently had to abandon it. The writing is stilted and poor, which was immediately apparent but I trudge...
Shadows was a good read. The book follows Gabriella, or Gaby as she is known, as she comes to terms with the death of her twin brother, Jude. And then she meets Rafa, a stranger who seems to know more about her past than she does. And I guess that’s where all the stuff hits the fan. For some rea...
My Rating – 4 Stars *I received copy a of this novel free from LibraryThing on behalf of Textbook Publishing* I requested this book at the insistence of my a twitter friend; she assured me that I would love it, and you know what? She’s right. Gaby has been existing, not really living, for the ...