Reader left outside the story
The story was told in a manner of a narrator, or as if I were sitting with you and relaying facts of an event.
When you immediately encounter spelling errors in the Introduction, there isn't much hope that the author did a thorough job editing the book: reducing one "eating time", instead of reducing one's "eating time", and why did "eating time" need to be in quotes?
...get a new cover, because this one is not great.
Everyone's an author nowadays...
...but many shouldn't be.
Started losing me in Chapter One
Why? Because of the infantile dialogue and writing style plus a forced plot.
Too Many Negative Points...
...to push this to a 3 star book. Let's start with the characters.
This is the sappy, love-at-first sight romance novel on steroids. Everything over-the-top.
Don't know what this is
First, get the cover re-done, it's as ridiculous as the story.
A teen loses his mom, becomes disillusioned with his father and finds solace (of a sort) in a Ancient-Egyptian lore-spouting older waitress.
Couldn't Get The Point
From the beginning, I tried to get the point of the book, but it was very difficult.
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