Eliza Mengally

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Smashwords book reviews by Eliza Mengally

  • Vision: Evan's Book on Feb. 04, 2010

    This book was crazy! There were times I wanted to put it down because it got overly violent in certain scenes, but I couldn't do it. I could NOT stop reading this book! The idea of the Vision was very cool. I was a little confused at first, but it eventually made sense. When I first heard about this book, I was very curious to say the least. It sounded like such a cool concept and it was. I couldn't help but feel terrible for the main character (Jade Walker). He was such a haunted character from the very beginning and he had the worst luck in the world, despite his special ability. The chemistry he and Laura shared was very well done and I really enjoyed their date scene. Agent Flynt was very frustrating, but he was so likeable at the same time. I can't really explain it. Scott just made me laugh, poor guy. I have to say that I typically like conclusions to books I read, but it was blantantly obvious that this ending was a scam to get the second book. I was annoyed, but in a good way. It was a great cliff-hanger ending, even though I cussed the author out loud when I was done. I just purchased it and I had to read the first chapter right away just to ease my mind. This was a fun book and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys bloody thrillers with tons of twists and turns. Just beware of the ending.
  • VisionII: The Black Skull on March 23, 2010

    An unbelievable sequel! When I finished the first book, I was kind of mad at the author for the way it ended, but the way he dove right into this book was awesome. I loved the new characters, and the villian in this book was so evil it was creepy. I have to say that I was extremely impressed with the character of Laura. Just when you think you're going to hate her, a twist in the story makes you absolutely love her. The love/hate relationship between her and Jade was amazing. Their chemistry is one of a kind. Some of the violence was overkill, but it didn't bother me in the least. The story behind it makes it worth it. Once again, the author leaves you hanging, but not nearly as bad as the first. You won't be disappointed with this book. I will be eagerly awaiting the next in the series.