Bought because of who narrated it and found a trilogy to love
Loved this book it is definitely a young adult book but I am 21 and really enjoyed it as did my aunt who is 50. Jamie is a well written character and the love story between him and Wishaway is sweet.
You would like this book if you liked the looking glass wars, but it is worth getting just to listen to Gerald Doyle’s voice.
Ok so it is yet another vampire book and yes there is yet more forbidden love, but it is forbidden for different reasons and you don't have to worry about the main character going on and on about how he stops him self from killing her and how romantic is that.
This is a great series that i clocked the release dates of books in by diary i was that desperate to finish it
like the title says i got this because the movie came out and i am one of them people that likes to listen/read the story before i see the film. Now having read the book i do not want to see the film because the book was so great i fear the film might ruin the characters all of which i have fallen in love with. I have had the book for three weeks and have listened to it three times and can see my self listening again and again. Get this book if you liked Graceling or blood tide
This may well be teen fiction but I am 33 years old and loved this.
It took a bit of geting used to, a world without love where love is banned and religion and life has been re-written. I guess you do spend most of the book desperately wanting Lana to "see the light" so it can be frustrating at times, but the book is about her journey and as it's a trilogy the story is about her development and change.
It's a good idea for a story, and I like the change from the current endless Vampires, ghosts, witches, angels, fairies in books... It's a futuristic life story and a clever idea. It's very American as is the narration, but it's well worth a listen and certainly took the bore out of my comute.