Design Sky Sky itibaren 9335 Semlach, Avusturya
Past lives come to light... leading to current powers.
I liked the overall plot of this book, found it to be a fast read, enjoyed the characters, and it held my interest. It is kind of a rough read in spots because the writing - especially dialogue - doesn't quite hang together all the time. I had to do a fair amount of rereading to figure out who was saying what at times. I was also quite surprised to find a lot of typos, as this is not a self-published book and is, in fact, put out by a major publisher (Bantam). Of course this can be easily overcome while reading, but it's a disappointment. I'll offer only one other criticism: this author really needs to consult a thesaurus for words to use other than "grinning." It seems like every character in this book does nothing but grin. Can't they smile, or smirk, or something else once in awhile? The author does do a good job describing a brutal Iowa winter; unfortunately, I know all too well what those are like. Finally, except for one part (I don't write spoilers so will just say it involves the motivation for the crime that is central to the story) I found the plot to be plausible, which helped make it enjoyable.