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Made of Steel Relié – 13 mars 2017
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Summer fell in love with the boy next door when she was six-years-old. The only thing she knew for sure was that she was going to marry him. Just as soon as she could convince him that she didn't have cooties. But tragedy tore her away from him before they ever got a chance at their happily ever after. And the worst part? He forgot all about her.
Ten years after Summer lost everything, she's given a fresh start in the witness protection program. The only rule: don't speak to anyone from her past. A rule that's hard to follow when she finds out that the boy next door is living right down the hall. Unlike him, she never forgot. But she knows that the future she once dreamed of is no longer an option. And if she reveals her identity, she could get them both killed.
Miles fell in love with the girl next door when he was eight-years-old. When she disappeared in the foster care system, it felt like a piece of him was missing. So when she shows up in his life again with a different color hair and a new name? It doesn't fool him. And this time he'll do whatever it takes to keep her.
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- Éditeur : Loft Troll Ink (13 mars 2017)
- Langue : Anglais
- Relié : 294 pages
- ISBN-10 : 194238114X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1942381143
- Poids de l'article : 540 g
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 2.06 x 22.86 cm
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The bones of the story are great. It captivates you and keeps you turning the pages. You just want to know what happened to Summer/Sadie and are rooting for a reunion with Miles.
Then it starts to get all a bit too unbelievable and far fetched. But even putting that aside I felt myself becoming frustrated with how long it seemed to be taking to get any real clues or answers as to where everything was heading.
You get to the end of the book at about 90% and are left on a real cliff hanger. I love a good cliff hanger but on this occassion I was left with a real dilemmer as to whether to risk buying the 2nd book. At this point £5 seems a lot and another £5 for the third installment again seems a lot.
I have taken the leap so I guess we'll see if it was worth it.
The author has a knack of drawing you in from the start. The hints at Summers past make you want to find out what happened and you aren’t disappointed. Not only to to read what happens to the young woman, but the emotional strain comes across perfectly. Who to trust, who not to trust, makes you, as a reader question everything. Who is the man behind the mask? I’m not giving any spoilers.
Character growth is portrayed well. Summer needs to adapt to a new environment and the author brings out all the doubts she has. The fears come across well as she ends up in turmoil. In fact, I couldn’t help feeling the the girl. A sign, I find, of a good author.
Pace is good, descriptions kept to the point. And told in one POV.
All in all, this is an easy read. A fantastic plot which keeps you hooked, yet, you don’t have to concentrate to hard.
Yes,there is a cliff-hanger, but I found myself so enthralled I had to buy the other two in the series. And can’t wait to co plate summer’s journey. I feel I’ll miss her once finished.
This is one I’d give a lot more than 5 stars too if I could. All done Ivy.
The story is ultimately about Summer and Miles who we learn at the beginning are childhood best friends, until tragedy strikes. Summer’s life unravels. She loses contact with Miles. The story picks up when Summer is 18 starting university and we begin to find out how life has treated her and get to witness the massive repercussions that follow. Her fresh start doesn’t last long and her traumatic past starts to catch up with her.
Much as I didn’t want to buy all 3 books, I found myself drawn into the mystery and really needed to know the ending although I admit I felt it was a bit unrealistic in places. However the many twists and turns kept me on my toes; every time I thought I’d worked something out, I found that i was wrong! Whilst I did start to piece some things together towards the end, there were still some unexpected surprises.