I would also like to give Addison some recognition for choosing an amazing cover. I happen to think that Gage is a pretty sweet young man who treats Skyla well and obviously has fallen for her deeply. It's like a train wreck I can't stop reading. Now a new guy is introduced into her life, Marshall. I would finish the chapter on edge and then quickly start reading the next chapter, only to find that Moore had moved on to another part of the story.
Lets start with Skyla, she just gets me so frustrated, she does things that leave you thinking, is she crazy or just dumb. See previous review under the set that includes both books one and two. The time travel parts I actually enjoyed were when she visited her father and tried to change the past. It was confusing and lacked clear vision and plot. I think of the 1st Superman movie where he saves Lois Lane, or Back to the Future when the personalities of Marty's family change due to his changing of history.
The author wants us to believe that he's a great boyfriend because he prioritizes Skyla at all times and everything he does is to protect her, when he's manipulative and very abusive towards her. She is rude, selfish, impulsive, violent, hateful, obtuse, refuses to listen to any smart advice, constantly makes stupid choices and never thinks anything through. Some word use errors like using homophone veil instead of vale or their instead of there. Logan is also a Celestra of pure blood, and the rarity of their mating would create a most powerful angel. I love this series so far, however the continuing relationships between Skyla and all 3 guys is making me crazy. She's a Celestra, she has super healing and regenerative powers! Then, when Skyla pretends she's dating his cousin Gage and kisses him, he gets jealous and possessive.
I still feel as if there is much that still needs to be explained, and so some of the action doesn't always make sense to me. Skyla is one lucky angel who soon discovers is part of an extinct angel species!!! His death will occur over and over, no matter the cost to Skyla and her friends. In this sequel to Ethereal, Logan convinces Skyla that it would be better for them to pretend to no longer be involved in order to through of the Sector searching for them to destroy them. There are so many awkward sentences and misspelled words rouge instead of rogue, heard instead of herd, etc. Skyla trying to subvert time and space and bring her father back to life? I have the kindle version, so the cover doesn't matter, but I still like it. I can see how this book would appeal to those who enjoy prime time drama, soap operas, and the like. But it is Marshall who shows Skyla just what evil lurks in the hall of the Paragon High School.
Skyla is selfish and immature on so many levels. Be alone with someone who doesn't like you and get hurt? It's like a train wreck I can't stop reading. Tremble continues the story and builds on the idea of angels and demons fighting a war on earth. Now a new guy is introduced into her life, Marshall. He seems the type that would truly care about her and respect her instead of attempting to control her.
After you have read the plot twist you see that it was setup early on but very quietly. Old characters Logan, Gage, Brielle, Chloe, etc. Thus far the books lack an episodic tone but feels more like minor story-arcs that continuously lace the overall premise together. You know, the kind that's so addicting you tear through a few pages while you're waiting at stop lights? And on and on and on. This is getti I didn't like this book at all.
I love the concept of these angels, as I have read many different scenarios regarding the subject in the many novels centered around them. Any of several other animal diseases characterized by trembling, such as louping ill. This novel is just not my style. But right now I just hate her. Her black humor and sardonic reactions keep even the darkest parts of the story entertaining, which is no small accomplishment in a book that could easily grow disturbing or depressing if it took itself more seriously. Please read all the way through that stupid diary at once and don't visit that girl any more.
Really good story -geared toward teens Main characters are high school juniors. Tremble is engrossing for its humor, gradually expanding mythos and knowledge of when to up the ante on both the reader and characters. There may be valid reasons for Skyla's behavior, but it isn't explained enough in the book to justify me having to read about it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Lets start with Skyla, she just gets me so frustrated, she does things that leave you thinking, is she crazy or just dumb. But my anxiety levels rose every time Skyla refused to listen or ignored the warnings.
Skyla hates her e This was a little better than the first one in the series, Ethereal. You all say you love her, but no one is willing to get her the hell out of Paragon and far away from the ridiculously violent, terrible life she is in the middle of. Previously she worked as a therapist on a locked psychiatric unit for nearly a decade. Anyway Skyla was just annoying sometimes. I think that the main thing in this book that is preventing me from giving it a higher rating is that I absolutely cannot stand Skyla, and this is a problem since this story is told in first person narration.
It has a cool cover. Lots of crazy things happen when she goes back in time, but it doesn't seem to really alter the future at all. The story itself for this book is pretty interesting. No one seems to have a problem with the teacher calling a student rude names in front of the entire class. One of the things I like most so far about these books is how they keep flowing and progressing in a way that makes me feel like it's a television season. So many mistakes could have been avoided if Skyla would have just been taught more about what is going on.