Genre: Y/A, Paranormal, Occult
No. of pages: 176
Something is happening to me that I don’t understand.
I see things, feel things in a new way. I can do things normal people can’t do. Powerful things. Magickal things. It scares me.
I never chose to learn witchcraft. But I’m starting to wonder if witchcraft is choosing me.
Sweep isn’t the type of novel I’d usually pick up, but after enjoying Beautiful Creatures so much and a recommendation from a fellow book reviewer, I jumped in with little expectation…
I can’t really list anything that I felt redeemed this book, and consequently am abandoning the series. This felt more like a ‘How-to’ manual rather than a story. Hardly any character development, no tension, and I found it difficult to ascertain what the book was about other than a girl who willingly joins a cult – a morbid description, but that was the impression I got after reading.
There was little done to build a captivating world, and any mystery about the world of the occult omitted from the story. For all intents and purposed I really felt like I was reading a recipe book.
Its only godsend was that it was a short book, easy enough to read and I didn’t waste too much of my time in reader’s agony.
Overall feeling: What a load of…
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