My rating scale:
5: Loved it
3.5: Liked It
2-2.5: Didn't like it
1-1.5: Hated it
I was enjoying the book up until this point. Alayna is making decisions that are going to blow up horribly in her face and I hate how predictable her actions, and upcoming consequences, seem. I really hope the author is going to go a completely different route or I'm going to be disappointed.
Re-read: 7/15/15 - 3 stars
Originally read: 5/1/11 - 3 stars
I'm sad to write that I was disappointed with Unseen. It lacked the excitement and adventure of the first two books. The attraction between Luis and Cassiel was missing; they almost seemed to be going through the motions. I was extremely annoyed with Luis's reaction to the task that Cassiel had assigned herself. He didn't have to like it or agree with her, but he should have supported her decision. It's not like he didn't know the reason she was placed on earth as a human. The last fifty pages were interesting but it didn't make up for the rest of the story.
Re-read: 7/6/15 - 4 stars
Originally read 5/20/10 - 5 stars
This book was just as good as the first one. Cassiel is a smart, tough and flawed heroine. Her desire to save humanity instead of destroying it felt genuine. Her emerging romance with Luis was just the right touch; it wasn't the main focus of the story, but simmered nicely in the background. There was plenty of action and suspense to keep me on the edge of my seat and I anxiously await the next installment.
Re-read: 6/7/15 - 4 stars
Originally read 3/30/2009 - 5 stars
Undone was fantastic. Ms. Caine does an excellent job in drawing this reader into a great spin-off to the Weather Warden series. It's about a former Djinn named Cassiel. She was banished to a human body for disobeying her leader. The course of the story follows Cassiel as she learns to deal with her human limitations and the world that the Wardens live in. It was suspenseful from the very beginning. It was action-packed, funny and, at times, tender and left me wondering what road this was taking. It was nice seeing the transition from cold Djinn to caring human. In Caine's usual fashion, we are left with a cliff-hanger, but I cannot wait for the next one.
I had serious issues with this book. So serious, that I am not continuing reading this series. The beginning was fine. We get to know Isaac and Grier. I thought they had great chemistry, but that was it. The further into the book I got, the less convinced I was theirs was a love match. I thought the book focused too much on them, and frankly, it was boring and dragged on.
Jim's part of the story was better, but I really disliked the interference from both sides. What's the point of having Jim be this savior, if both sides are going to "cheat"? It made for a predictable outcome. Not much happened with Eddie and Adrian, which was a shame. Devina torturing Jim seemed gratuitous and did nothing to further or enhance the story.
I realize that I initially gave this 3 stars, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized that I didn't like this at all.
I really tried to finish this but I didn't like Vic at all. I know she went through bad stuff with Manx, but I couldn't empathize with her and I found her personality abrasive and off-putting.
I couldn't take it anymore. This was absolutely BORING! Nothing was going on, all the characters were flat and I just didn't give a damn.
I'm listening to this. The narrator is bad and the story isn't that good. I'm going to listen a little more to see if the story gets better, but it may become a DNF.
I found this slightly disappointing. I kept waiting for something exciting to happen and the ending just seemed so generic and boring. She didn't come across as smart and made a lot of impulsive decisions.Part of my disappointment is her(show spoiler)
It wasn't meant to be, I guess. There were good moments though, so it wasn't a bust overall. It just wasn't the ending I envisioned for Secret.
This is the first time that I did not like the mystery involved in an In Death series. While some of them have been just ok, this one was ridiculous. The whole(show spoiler)
thing did not work at all, IMO. I know this is set in the future, but it was too incredulous. I guess they can't all be wonderful.
This was excellent! Best book in the series so far and one of the better books I've read in a while. There were so many twists and turns and nothing played out how I thought it would. Kate continues to amaze me and the relationships she has built are fantastic! I was in tears the last chapter and I'm anxious to see what happens next.
This was my second time reading this and I didn't like it as much. I may have been wearing blinders on regarding Christian's issue, but they were off this time and I wanted Ana to run far away from him. This man is damaged and love won't fix that. His possessiveness and controlling ways were troubling. I still liked Ana but she was meek and didn't come across as strongly as she did in the first book. I'm not even sure if I want to re-read the last one.
Originally read: 5/1/12 - 4 stars