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Andrea Murray has been teaching longer than most of her junior high students have been alive. She has taught just about every class related to English, includeing Freshmen Comp and Sophomore Literature. Andrea lives in a small town in Arkansas with her husband and two children. She loves reading (of course!), singing big hair band tunes obscenely loud in the car, and bad science fiction movies. Visit her blog on Goodreads.com.
on Oct. 20, 2013 :
I've forgot how fun it is to read Vivian's thoughts. It's rare that I find such a character who makes me smile and chuckle. I enjoyed reading about her once again a lot.
This book was different from the first one. In Vivid the story was more about relationships between Vivian and Easton, school life and Vivian's power emerging. In Vicious there's more of action, complications and tightness building up. It's more intense.
We get to know more of Vivian's past, her powers and about the organization which hunts her. There were some answers given, but new questions come with them. There were also few new and interesting characters introduced. I soon found myself eagerly turning pages to see what's ahead for Vivian.
Also I had a feeling that Vivian comes to a dead-end a lot while reading. There constantly lingers question, what she could do to break the deadlock, is it possible to do that at all. And I loved it! I‘m eager to know what‘s next for Vivian and her friends.
This book was provided from the author in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed long after purchase)