Publish date: September 19th 2013
Publisher: Strange Chemistry
Pages no: 387
Edition language: English
Series: Skulk (#1)
Not sure how to rate this one. It was OK, I guess, just not that memorable. It's not to say that it was bad, either. I'm on the fence about this one. In a typical young adult novel, the parents are often disengaged or absent. Meg's parents are horrid. Her father is described as "...a vague pinkish...
Unlike many other 2-star books I've read, there was nothing outrageously bad about this book. The characters are dull and generic; despite the fact that some characters (like Meg's parents) are pure tropes, I do not hate anyone outright. Some characters are annoying, but nobody in this book grated o...
Know what's worse than a story that makes no sense? A story that ALMOST makes sense. Because with the former, you could just chuck it to the dnf pile and move on, while with the latter you are trapped in a seemingly endless cycle of promise, hope then disappointment that ultimately ends in someone g...
Review to come for book tour. Preview of review: 1) I have yet to be disappointed by Angry Robot/Strange Chemistry. 2) OMG that ending! Is there more?! WHEN WILL THERE BE MORE? This book doesn't even publish til October 1, 2013. I'm in for a bit of a wait, yeah?
Rating: 7/10 What extent would you go to to change your life? Meg Banks is about to find out when, while vandalizing her school with a political cartoon, she finds a fox. This extraordinary fox bequeaths upon Meg a gift with his last few moments, thrusting her into a world she never knew existed. ...