Persistence of Memory
Publish date: December 9th 2008
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: Den of Shadows (#5)
This was a good book. It was written the same way as Atwater Rhodes earlier books. I like the connection between Shevaun and Erin. I also liked Erin's sort of boyfriend, the shifter sassy.
I was very pleased with this. Not being a huge fan of the Kiesha’ra series, going back into the world of the Den of Shadows was interesting, especially since Atwater-Rhodes manages to tie in both of her universes into ours. I like the slow build-up of the book and how you gradually begin to realize ...
I have to start by saying I absolutely worshiped her when I was growing up, cause, y'know, 13-year-old author, wrote about vampires, etc, etc. Her fictional world shaped mine as a child, and still kind of does, to some extent. Anyway, that being said, Persistence of Memory was kind of disappointing....
How refreshing. Somehow I managed not to skim more than three pages on this one. I think because, it was to interesting to accidently skip a detail of importance. As I told Alea from Pop Culture Junkie on a Twitter message, "it reminds me somewhat of The Host." Which seems, frankly, I was wrong abou...
Almost a four, but the ending was too abrupt. Yet again.Anyway, I was very impressed with how this book intertwined the vampire elements and the weird cross-over connection that occurred when our heroine was a child with schizophrenia. How many times I have read a book about magic and myths and wond...