Kai Schlender Schlender itibaren Shackleford, Godalming, Surrey GU8, İngiltere
Really like this series so far. Love the author's humor, and the mystery always keeps me guessing. Great read.
A guilty pleasure for a summer afternoon--one seating reading--can't wait to see how our hero will get out of this dilemma (although supremely confident he will)
I have been waiting to read this book for MONTHS! I was so excited for it, and I thought it was going to be amazing. Then, there was a point somewhere in the middle of the book when I felt that the book was not going much of anywhere. I was sad, but I kept reading. I was sad for about 5 more pages and then bam! The end of this book really delivered! I was so relieved; I KNEW it would be good. I really, really enjoyed this book, and I can't wait to read the next one. Wildefire was more of a setup for its' sequel for me. It has a lot of background information about all the characters and it takes a while to really get going, but once it gets there- oh man, will you be happy! The end of this book was crazy! Karsten Knight really knows the true meaning of surprising plot twists. And holy cliffhanger! I have no idea where to even go with this ending. Who do I believe? What is even going on? It's so crazy in such a great way! The last 50 or so pages were by far my favorite and by the way everything is shaping up, the second book is going to be amazing. I can't wait to see what is going to happen with Ash and Eve next. I hope Ashline kicks her butt because Eve drove me crazy! (even though I kinda, sorta, maybe think her powers are cooler than Ash's. Just a little thought) Ok, now for the reason that I thought the middle of the book kind of lagged a bit in some parts. I thought that the back-stories for the various characters were a bit long. They lost my interest after I had read the first two. Also, I like cliffhangers as much as the next girl, but a few times throughout the book the chapters ended abruptly. This is fine with me, but one or two times those particular story lines did not really get addressed again. They were just left there or referenced once. I would have liked those mini-cliffhangers to have been better addressed. One thing I did love about the layout of the story were the interludes. I thought that was a really cool way to break up the story and I thought they were perfectly placed. They were great breaks to the story. Overall, Wildefire is a wonderful book! I loved it, and Karsten Knight needs to get the second book out right now so I can read it!