Publish date: June 1st 2008
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Middle Grade
Series: The Otherworldlies (#1)
This was a book intended for MG kids and the protagonists were younger than the ones I usually read. However, this did not detract from my overall enjoyment of the book though I did need a moment to re-situate myself. Fern is weird. At least in comparison to the other students of her grade. She wear...
Looking at style and content alone, this is much closer to a 3 starI liked the general idea, the various families of vampires, the references to Greek gods and mythological terms, etc. I liked the family dynamics. Still, I got bored reading it. The pacing was an issue for me, too slow at points. The...
I had a hard time getting into this book. There have been a lot of vampire books gaining popularity recently, and I like many others, have found myself wanting to read them all. This book had great potential to be a wonderful read, but I believe it fell short. The story was extremely slow moving,...
Honestly, I was both pleased and disappointed with this book. Upon reading the description, I was thinking it was going to be a super powers/heroes kinda book. Unfortunately, it was just another book about vampires. (Don't get me wrong, I love vampire books, but this genre has gotten so flooded with...
I noticed my old review was rather lame and lacked capitalization/spelling/punctuation/etc. so I'm just going to edit it a bit. Hooray.Well, I can tell you now that a couple years after reading this, I barely remember a thing about it except for that I didn't enjoy it. I remember reading most of it ...
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