So this book wasn’t bad but it wasn’t great either. It was more meh. I wanted to get into it but I just couldn’t. The pacing felt a little off to me. It started fast a little too fast for me. Ella’s mother has invented technology that allows people to relive their best memories and Ella has the ability to go into people’s minds and memories and look around their minds. She does this once and all of a sudden she’s an expert. She all of a sudden knows how to manipulate minds and search around strangers memories to find what she needs. Then pacing slows as we try to find out why she can’t remember the hot rebel, Jack and if he’s the terrorist or is it the government? After it moved too fast and then moved to slowly and then we finally got to the climax and was dragged out and then it was over. I was a little disappointed because I really loved Beth Revis’ Across the Universe series. This had so much potential to be a cool book that just never really got going.
And now for something completely different from the last couple of books I’ve read.
Today in my mailbox was a delightful email telling me about a book deal on a book that I’ve been wanting to read but have yet to buy yet. The Body Electric by Beth Revis was her follow up book to her brilliant series Across the Universe and today it’s only $0.99. I’ve been wanting to read it because I loved her first series but I also the story of sounded interesting. What can I say, I like to read people with special powers. If you are looking for great deals on ebooks, bookbub is the way to go. You can set up emails to be send you deals once a week or every day. You can also set up alerts for when deals come available from your favorite authors. It’s a economical way to keep your book habit growing and also gives you suggestions for books and authors that you might not have considered but maybe you’ll try for $0.99. Why not? So a little tip on where to find affordable ebooks, I recommend bookbub. One caveat. The deals only last for a day so if you see something that catches your eye you better act fast before the deal ends. Where do you find good book deals? Let us know in the comments below.