Teardrop (Teardrop Trilogy)
Format: library binding
Publish date: 2013-10-22
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Not very memorable. I do remember wanting to read the sequel, however.
I enjoyed this book. I love the idea that a young woman can cry an entire continent into the sea. The tears of Eureka Boudreaux can do so much damage that seedbearers demand her death before fate can play out what could happen. The story starts from Ander’s point of view as he has to watch his aunt ...
Meh. Not really my thing.
I will try again some time. Eureka (ugh, what's up with her name?) is so boring and utterly lifeless (no pun intended) that I cannot stand her form more than an hour.
I wasn't the biggest fan of Lauren Kate's Fallen series, so I was very hesitant to pick up Teardrop. The promise of tears bringing about the end of the world and the presence of Atlantis ultimately convinced me to read this book, but unfortunately this somewhat intriguing premise was not enough to m...