The concept of "rewinding" time makes the book an interesting read for me.
Avery and Zellie's chemistry sizzles that you can almost feel it. Their interactions at the beginning of the book is realistic. How many times have we talked to someone that we liked and not remember what just happened or what we said. The way Zellie was so excited that there was something to analyze from her conversation with Avery rings true.
It may be a fantasy book but the relationship problems and the intrigues are as real as you can get.
After reading "Glimpse" you'll want to get your hand on the next book because you want to know what happens next
A nice follow-up. The twist towards the end kind of came from left field. But all in all it was a good read. Zellie embodies a real teenager unlike other heroines in today's YA books. The mystery behind their powers are slowly being unveiled. Hope the next book is here!
Stacey jumped to the Angel bandwagon. Unlike the other "angel" books, this one has a unique story and a kick-ass heroine. Flora's sass is refreshing while Julian's charisma is exhilarating.
As Flora's day of Sacrifice approaches, a threat on her life made things complicated. She was set to go through with it until Julian became her Guardian and told her about a prophecy. Their actions at the end of the book makes a pretty good cliffhanger.
I would have liked the book to be a bit longer with more pages explaining the background story of the supernaturals. A vivid picture of the city they were living in and the "outside" world. It was a fairly good book and you would want to know what happens next, which is in itself a sell.