Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
Series: The Forsaken (#1)
This wasn't so great. For about the first 40% of the novel I was thinking it may be a better version of The Testing trilogy. Then it ended up being much worse than that. There were so many directions this story could have taken, the way it went was pretty disappointing. I did appreciate that Ale...
Not anywhere near as good as The Hunger Games and the ending was a bit too happily ever after, with lots of love and feelings floating around for my taste but other wise not bad. The main character was a bit iffy, but the rest where pretty great. Even the depraved insane's one's where well written. ...
I got this novel for three reasons:- A kick ass cover.- An Interesting Plot.- The good reviews from a lot of people.The book has a great potential, but bad execution, and every time while i am reading it i go "oh here it's, the story is picking up ". I get slap in the face with stupid romance, and i...
The Forsaken by Lisa M. Stasse My boyfriend said something to me yesterday. He said, "I think that most people in our generation are now actually looking forward to a dystopian future." My response? "I think that means we need to reevaluate what dystopian means." And it's true. We've becom...
I'm torn about whether or not to read this. The cover is gorgeous and the summary sounds so promising ... yet I'm seeing a lot of negative reviews. So, acck! I don't know, maybe I'll just stare at the cover but not actually read it.
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