Thursday, June 27, 2013

Review: Neverlove by Angela Brown

Neverlove (Shadow Jumpers, #1)Neverlove by Angela Brown
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Who was your most memorable? Basil. He turned his life around in ways, i wasn't expecting at all. As you start reading the book, you are convinced that Basil is enjoying what he does and has no second thoughts. This changes later on and it was a fascinating journey for the reader.
What are the most revealing scenes? When Basil describes / thinks how he feels about Abby. He comes to the realisation that's more than what he expected. "He’d never, never, been so protective about anything in his life. His mother stripped him of all that didn’t meet with perfection, even took writing from him because a girl on the newspaper staff called him. He barely put up an argument, afraid of Mei’s needling words when he fussed. Perhaps the strength to protect what I love finally decided to show up in this twisted after-death. Wait...what I love?"
Are any of the events in the book relevant to your own life? The concept of good versus evil, heaven and hell are concepts many readers can relate to. From going to church, it is easy to find relevant thoughts and themes in this story that are parallel to our own lives even though some bits are fictional.

Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.

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