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Though I haven't gotten very far into this book, I'm going to assume that she becomes Gemma's bestest best friend Alex and Gemma only have one class together.
Alex takes all coherent thought out of Gemma's mind when she sees him. Now I have an issue with whiny, sniveling, barely useful, wimpy freaking female leads. This chick has the exact makings of a person who could severely piss me off.
Now don't get me wrong. I loved the first book in Twilight.
I even liked the second one. I was one of those girls who was falling and tripping all over themselves to try and get a copy of the next Twilight book. But I had a problem with Bella, I had a problem with Edward. I hated their relationship and I hated Bella's "helplessness" and Edward's "woe is me" attitude, but I really just couldn't help myself when I fell in love with the story.
Bella was annoying at best. Gemma is worse than Bella. She jumped right over annoying and landed right into infuriating territory. I have no idea what the hell she's talking about half the time, because half of this book just doesn't make sense.
There is a whole dumpster truck full of missing information on this book. For instance, I have no idea what she looks like, what anyone else looks like, or for that matter what anything around her looks like. None, zilch, zip, nada, zero. I can't seem to get past the fact that the only thing the author seems adamant on focusing on, is how obsessed Gemma is with Alex and vice versa.
Who the fruck cares? Tell me about the town she lives in! Tell me about what she looks like! Tell me what Alex looks like and Ailsin and Sophia and Marco. There is NO background on any of the characters! Get on with the damn story instead of focusing on Alex and Gemma so much!
What happened to this book? How did it get past the publisher? The I-hyphenate-everything-because-I-don't-know-what-I'm-talking-about is confusing and annoying and if I'm forced to read one more G. Here is a sentence that just stuck out and made me clench my jaws until I felt like my teeth were cracking.
I am not shitting you. My eyes almost started bleeding when I saw this. I literally stared at this sentence for about five minutes wondering how in the hell the author could have miss this eye sore.
Then there is the repetition of every word that the author wants to emphasize. Example: She was very, very hungry. I can think of at least two different words that have the same meaning as very very hungry: Famished and ravenous come to mind.
I mean really It's freakin free! Then there is the annoying habit of Alex talking about shit that Gemma likes that the reader had no clue that Gemma liked it until Alex brought it up!
Who the hell? How does Alex know that Gemma is interested in the supernatural world when the author didn't even bother to mention it to the reader? What, what, what what what what what on earth is going on?????
She just goes on and on obsessing about Alex until I wanted to strangle her. Then I have to mention her superpower when she first sees him. From the distance she was at she couldn't work out how tall he was but could perfectly describe his green eyes and shade and style of his hair.
Must be an X Men thing or something. Alex is the asshat from hell who is downright cruel to our beloved doormat heroine.
I just hated him full stop. And you know of course that love is suddenly going to come. Well sorry mate, I'd tell you where to go. Sadly that never happens and girls in YA writing remain spineless and walked over. Bad characters aside, the writing was not great either.
Poor sentence structure, badly edited, and a plot that made me want to tear out my hair. It is a poor copy of Twilight as others have said in their reviews and I thought it was pretty darn bad.
I'm done with books by this author. Can't wait to read the next one.
Found myself getting a little too involved in the story I couldn't stop myself from reading and go to sleep even though i knew i had class the next morning. Going to be reading the second book immediately after i finish this review!
Keep up the good work! Gemma, the main character, is still learning to deal with her newly awakened emotions, when Alex and his sister, Aislin, arrive at school. With their arrival, Gemma's life changes as she discovers that magic, witches, vampires and the monsters from her nightmares are real.
As though that is not enough, she also starts having visions and becomes aware of some painful, scary secrets concerning her background. In the end she does not know who to believe or trust and betrayal becomes a nasty reality. This book hooked me from the very first paragraph. Non-stop action, nail-biting suspense and monsters that can freeze their victim to death, kept me turning the pages. The well-crafted characters are realistic and their interaction can be highly amusing as well as touching.
Gemma's inner dialogue had me smiling most of the time and her smart mouth made me laugh out loud. The light romance between Gemma and Alex is tastefully worked into the story.