Saturday, 16 January 2016

Annabeth Neverending by Leyla Kader Dahm (Review)

    In a world of past lives and magic, Annabeth has found her past, as in her past lives's memories. Using an ancient necklace Annabeth find out she was a girl named Ana, the daughter of the most powerful Egyptian pharaoh in history. Torn between that past and the present, Annabeth has to decided between two brothers who loved her in the past and now in the present. One is her soulmate and the other is a dark sorcerer hell bent on getting her to love him.
   I was pretty disappointed by Annabeth Neverending. The concept of the plot sounded so interesting and had a lot to offer. In reality though, the storytelling of Annabeth Neverending was weak at best. There were moments in the novel that suddenly was clearly missing descriptions or necessary details. I also found it hard to connect to characters in this novel. They romantic leads were pretty all over the place, and the romantic tension was odd and did nothing good for the story. The story only truly got good within the last three or four pages, which kind of sucked. I honestly can't recommend this novel and I give it the rating of TWO OUT OF FIVE STARS!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*

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