Saturday, June 20, 2015

Book Review - Exodia, By Debra Chapoton

I love that I have so many books to read and review. Sadly my work in the real world has been keeping me so busy that I have not had the time to do all the reviews that I need to get done. I also have been slacking after I read some and not getting the reviews up as quickly as possible. I feel like a horrible book reviewer right now. Sometimes there is just not enough time in the day to get everything done you need to get done. On with this show...

Book Title: Exodia

Author: Debra Chapoton

I got this book in exchange for an honest review.

I will be honest, I am all about the end of the world, starting over again books.   Even when it's really just technology not working and things changing for people.  This book is part of this kind of genre for me. It was very well written and definitely was far more then I expected.

It was not hard to empathize with the characters and I felt like I really got to know them.  I was able to make myself part of their world through out the book.

Over all I am definitely looking forward to the next one in the series.  The ideas for this story were so well thought out that I want to see where she goes with the next book.  I love when I can watch a story unfold as I am reading them.

I will not tell too much about the story itself, because if you are anything like me you hate to have spoilers before  you read something.  That being said, I loved the idea of the tattoos on people, with certain colors meaning certain things.  It was different and it really did help you see how the world had been divided after things went downhill.  You see things from both sides of the story and have the main character right there in the middle, trying to figure out where he stands, where he comes from.

Pros: The characters are so well written.

Cons: I am not a fan of when a book can be paralleled with s bible story.

Overall rating: I would definitely recommend this one.

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