This book ends up being okay, but the character and story-line development takes a good half of the book, leaving only the last third of the book to a..Show More »ctually be good. The book takes place in only a couple of weeks, but a lot and yet very little occur in that time frame. The main female character is not a strong character, and it takes very little to get her attention. You end up understanding that her strong attraction to the male character is something entirely different than you initially think, but it doesn't improve her weakness. The narrator is pretty horrible, very choppy and slow, but oddly enough she has a rhythm that you can eventually get in with and not annoy so much. And thankfully, my MP3 player has a fast playback feature for audiobooks. So overall, this is an okay listen, just okay enough that I will give the second book a try.
This is the book in the series that starts to change. The first two book kind of have a strong twilight influence thing going on that i personally did..Show More »nt care for but worked in its own way. When i got to this book i really didnt want to sit it down. great relationships between the characters and the narrator is pretty good too.
Having read the entire series over five or six days, I was happy that Wisdom was worth the journey. I'll probably read this every year, and take some ..Show More »more time to understand Hockings' writing style.
I finally feel like I know this character, Peter. In the books that chronologically follow - the story of Alice and his brother (who he made), Jack. h..Show More »e comes across and angry, mean and agonized. In this book his humanity finally breathes.