Publisher: White Sun
Publishing Date: November 2013
Publisher Description: Like most humans Allie’s spent her life distancing herself from Seers, a race of human-like beings discovered on Earth in the early 1900s. That changes after catching her boyfriend in the arms of a hot band groupie, and Allie goes from San Francisco artist slacker to the girl wearing the GPS anklet in about sixteen seconds. That’s the least of her problems, though, compared to the shock of discovering who—and what—she really is.
Review: zzzzzzzz…whah? Oh, yeah review time. Cover art not gritty like character depicted blah blah.
Fug, this was a snoozer. Sick of authors embellishing story-lines with their own sense of ego and nary a thought to the reader that is suffering under it.
The endless dialogue is endless less less less (cool echo eh?). Even when there is high paced action, the author takes the characters into alternative space where they see shjt they shouldn’t and see shjt that might hurt them, or won’t, but could, but might, but, nooooo you didn’t go there did you?? Oh and the romance…..”His light was searching for mine etc. etc.” OVER AND OVER AND OVER. Fug.
Really confusing novel if you give a shjt after getting halfway through it, not confusing at all if you don’t.