Josh Green Green itibaren Dhedo, Madhya Pradesh, Hindistan
bir günde okumak - süper!
Bu gerçekten harika bir okumaydı. Bir İngiliz / genç / kız kitap trendine düşmüş gibi görünüyor ve bu bir hayal kırıklığına uğratmadı. Bu, komedi bir kız ve birbirinden ayrılan ancak aralarında herkesin zaten bildiği gibi bir şey fark ettikten sonra geri çekilebilen arkadaşıyla ilgili bir kitap.
Gerçekten iyi bir hikaye olan bir yazar tarafından yazılmış gerçekten harika bir hikaye (google: Lev Nussimbaum) Maalesef hak ettiği ilgiyi asla almadı.
The Lovely Bones was an engaging book. It wasn't amazing writing or anything fancy, but it was a different story about what happens when a terrible tragedy hits a family. It was the truth, maybe not for all, but for some, and that's what I liked about it.
There are a lot of angel/fallen angel books out there right now, and the concept is getting a little old. However, Wendy Higgins puts her own unique spin on fallen angels that keeps things interesting. I was very intrigued by her concept of the children of fallen angels (aka Nephilim) being raised to tempt other teens. Tempting others to sin is their 'job' and they are forced to 'work' by their fallen angel fathers. Some of the Nephilim like their work and others don't, but they have no choice but to obey their fathers or be killed. The Nephilim are treated like slaves by the fallen angels, and by the end of the book there are hints of a rebellion to come. I enjoyed the characters, but I wish they had been developed more, especially Kaidan. The romance was alright, though I thought it moved much too quicky in the beginning. I'm not a big fan of the 'insta-love' plots, though I will give the author credit for further developing their relationship throughout the middle of the book. However, the beginning still felt weird and somewhat unbelieveable to me because Anna and her mom trusted Kaidan--a complete stranger--far too quickly based on Anna's gut instinct. Anna's mom then allows her to go on a cross-country road trip alone with Kaidan. What?? I don't think so. What responsible mother would allow this? The author could have handled this better to make it more believeable, at the least by developing their relationship BEFORE the trip so that they had a solid reason to trust Kaidan. I was surprised by how biblically accurate this book was (well, as accurate as a fictional story can be anyway) compared to other angel books I've read. The author obviously did her research, which I appreciate. I think this book's biggest flaw was its plot. It was an alright plot, but I wish the author would've had more going on besides Kaidan and Anna's forbidden love drama. It would have been much better with more action and danger involving the fallen angels. I think the next book will be better though because it seems like the Nephilim are going to rebel, which is really what I want to read about! Recommendations: Sweet Evil was well-written with a fresh take on fallen angels. The book does have some flaws, but I still enjoyed the story despite them and I will definitely be reading the sequel. I would recommend this book to those who enjoy angels/fallen angels or forbidden romance. Check out more of my reviews on my blog: http://ireadwritelove.blogspot.com/