Evgeniya Voronina Voronina itibaren Latour-de-France, Fransa
I'd call this a book for teens, but it's also a fantasy novel. A teen girl, Andrea, is given a device which can transport her into a maze-like world that responds to the emotions of one who is in the maze. When two of the girls who "haze" Andrea become trapped in the maze, she must rescue them. The novel has obvious themes about friendship and dealing with anger, but I think it works for young adults. An interesting aspect of the book is that it deals with female bullying, which, sadly, is becoming more prevalent. I had to read this for a Children's Literature class in university, and I enjoyed it. It was predictable, but it still managed to keep me wanting to read more.
I have to say that I was reading three books (including this one), unfortunately for the other two books I lost complete interest and this one just took up all of my time. I ended up reading this book and could not peel myself from it. This is the first Nalini Singh book I have ever read and I have to say I am thoroughly impressed. What a great storyline, characters were lovable and the heroine was very 'intriguing' (as Raphael put it) and so was her counter-parts. Raphael, I wish you were real! :) The story line flowed very well, plenty of action and romance. I can't wait for Angels Kiss.....
Not my style of book, but if you like sci-fi, it's worth the read.
It was ok. I liked it better than Farenheit 451. However, I don't know why everyone raves about it. It really deserves probably 2.5 stars, but I gave it the round up.