The start was the hook tons of stories lack. A mixture of of information that entices curiosity while feeding my interest. Also had a way of moving me deeper into the book without coming off s forced reading. It was a simple but powerful opening.
Just as simple (well, maybe that can't be used to describe her now cx) and powerful as Naomi. My Lorsha, what a character she was!
I think I'll bring dead roses. And revel in their stench.
And Dwayne. He was. Ew.
A naive, young girl forced to live a lifestyle of horrors. Such a terrible cult; binding, manipulative--every negative word in the book. Fortunately, Naomi wasn't turned into some horrible person.
Faith Friendship, Best Friend, Friend for Life, and Forever Friends. Ruth though would always be my first.
But they are worth the pain, for from pain comes beauty.
Just frightened and obedient. Still, she questioned the lifestyle. Before she knew it, she was whisked away to a newfound aunt.
Give me one week. Then I'll take you away from this hell. I promise. Kai.
He removed my scars.
It was amazing to see Naomi gradually become accustomed to a new life. Through her I read of a girl who who changed from naive and obedient to strong, fierce and just a tiny twinge of naive (we all have it!)
"We need to keep you talking. I think there's more to Naomi than we know."
I do feel that not every character was given their proper spotlight. Their time to shine to the readers. Thank goodness this is going to be a series!
"'Did you?'...He grinned and nodded. 'Told you I was bored.'"
Now for the best part of all: the fantastical element or paranormal. Whichever way you prefer. The element was refreshing, old combined with new leading to a captivating storyline.
Not every question was answered. Not every answer made sense to the learner (Naomi, me, etc.). It feels frustrating, but you just don't stop reading. You must know. You must know. You must know owo .
To sum it up: the crazy rollercoaster of countless things never stopped. Awesome
My Rating: 4
For some reason though, they didn't evoke feelings of love and passion for me. I see anger.
But no surprises are colored in betrayal
"'Sure thing. I told you I wore this skanky outfit for a reason.'"That one was too funny cxcxAbout the Author