drydenwilliams

Dryden Williams Williams itibaren Eskibalçık Köyü, 16510 Eskibalçık Köyü/Mustafakemalpaşa/Bursa, Türkiye itibaren Eskibalçık Köyü, 16510 Eskibalçık Köyü/Mustafakemalpaşa/Bursa, Türkiye

Okuyucu Dryden Williams Williams itibaren Eskibalçık Köyü, 16510 Eskibalçık Köyü/Mustafakemalpaşa/Bursa, Türkiye

Dryden Williams Williams itibaren Eskibalçık Köyü, 16510 Eskibalçık Köyü/Mustafakemalpaşa/Bursa, Türkiye

drydenwilliams

What a great start to a very integrating series! My soul to take kept me reading from page one and I really enjoyed it. My only real complain is that I wished Rachel would have taken just a little bit more time building on the mysterious deaths of the teen age girls. I felt that the explanation of why it was happening was a little abrupt. As I was coming to the end of the book, with so little left to read, I kept thinking ... okay this is going to end on a cliffhanger and I'm not going to get an answer until book two. Instead it was completely wrapped up, short and sweet, leaving book two with a whole new plot. I would have liked there to be a few more twists and turns, possibly more detective work on the bean sidhe parts, seen a little bit more of Tod, maybe Brenden and Aiden getting more involved before Sophie nearly bought the farm. I just wanted a little bit more depth to the story before it ended. A proper climax before the big reveal. Other than that, I connected with the characters easily. I loved the direction Rachel took with this series. I've read a lot of YA PR, but this is a first on banshees so it was fresh. It took me into unfamiliar territory and I enjoyed learning about the function of the female, and male bean sedhe, as well as the reaper, along with the dos and don'ts attached to their job titles. I'm not going to lie. I adore Nash and the chemistry between him and Kaylee. However, ... I'm looking forward to learning more about Tod. I was pleasantly surprised when his full identity was relieved. Brilliant on Rachel's part. It makes his character significantly more complex. I'm praying book two gives him more of the lime light. Not that I want Nash to take a back seat, but there certainly isn't anything wrong with some stiff competition. (Insert wicked laugh here) LOL. Overall, I am intrigued with this series and am very much looking forward to the following sequels! This will defiantly be a set I purchase and put on my self! Four Stars

drydenwilliams

It sucked.