Snoe Gainey has spent her life trying to carve out her own identity in a post-apocalyptic world where her birth mother and father are two of the most infamous - if not notorious - individuals of the time.
Raised by her adoptive mothers, she has done all she can to find her way in an unforgiving world. The rise of a splinter faction that seeks to bring about a so-called New America, and led by an enemy from the past, has shattered everything that she knew and most everything that she thought she knew about herself.
Now, she seeks to free her friends and family from the clutches of a rising force that wants her to pay for the past sins of her birth mother. To fight back, she must embrace what she has steadfastly denied for most of her life.
©2013 TW Brown (P)2014 TW Brown
Absolutely not the change in the narrator ruined it. The narrator simply does not fit the character line built up of Snoe. Actually made me feel like my ears were going to bleed or someone was scratching on chalkboard and was monotone at times.
I simply dont understand why the need to switch narrators in a series of books when the reader gets used to the narrator. Is it to save money? This narrator simply sounded like she out aged Snoe and was boring. She did not sound like what Snoe would be like as a the reader built her up. Snoe was an 18 yr old petite mighty yet shy strong willed person as the first narrator Laura Stahl brought forth.
I cant because I was distracted by the narration.
Dont change narrator's? That is a given. Laura Stahl did a fine job of defining Snoe this one not.
Great book series I always do and had they not changed narrators I would have. I had to do this in pieces cuz the performance to the book was irritating. Books should bring out emotions but they should be enjoyable especially if you like the series.
Already done big fail in switching narrators the last 2 books.
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