Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Rating: 4 stars
I admit, from the first page this book had me comletely hooked. The premise of story, such a controversial time in history, has always fascinated me, and this was no exception. I love medical dramas, being in the medical field myself, so this was right up my alley. The story started out strong, and the tension never stopped building, not even up to the last pages. That being said, though, there were definitely some jarring errors I noticed within this novel.
First, the drama that is involved right at the beginning of the book between Laura and Johnny seemed a little...rushed, a little brushed off. I understand it was written within a rush of riotous scenes, but still. The casualness in which her husband brushed off their lack of love life bothered me a little too. I know for one my husband would at least find it suspicious.
The book, though, hit quite a few things right on the head as far as accuracy goes, especially the affair and the failed relationships between the human doctors. From what I have seen, it's all too common for that to happen in the medical world. The action was intense, and the story kept me clinging to the pages until I got to the last page.
Monday, October 28, 2013
Rating: 4 stars
I very much enjoyed this short little story. The characters of Lou and Sam were connectable, and enjoyable to interact with. The storyline started off a little odd, but as soon as the two met, instant chemistry was in the air. I love the idea of Double Dare, and I love that there could be something like this where you plan your own adventure. I would have loved to have more of this to read, and I would have loved the author to continue the story, more time with Sam and Lou. There were some spelling and grammatical errors within the novel, but they weren't enough to detract from the story, and the story kept me occupied from start to finish. I got this book for free, and it was not a regrettable acquisition.
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Rating: 3 stars
This book started out well, and it was a very interesting premise, but the author lost me at a few critical points. The first was that time jumps happened frequently, and with no announcement except in the next paragraph. I don't like books that leave me jumping around trying to guess what it is I'm reading, and when it takes place. The storyline was a unique one, and I found myself becoming personally invested in especially the story of Kael and Maeryn, but the other characters weren't so memorable for me. Too many things were left unanswered, leaving more questions than anything.