Monday, October 14, 2013
Mini Review: Foundation by Ann Aguirre
We don't get to see too much in this, but we get to meet Robin and his family. It was a bit sad to get to know their lives, what happened when the world went to hell. But I did enjoy getting to know it. We read about their life in the bunker, though it's just for over a year. Then something interesting happens :)
There is also some romance in this book. Between Robin and Austin. Which I kind of adored. It was different and awesome. I enjoyed reading about it, though this was very short and I wanted to read even more about them :) Enjoyed it, though.
I'm giving it a four stars, though, because I had some issues with it. Didn't fully like the way it was written; since it was a journal entry. I think. But I did think the story was interesting, though a tiny bit boring compared to the official books. The cover art is gorgeous, but nothing to do with the novella, which was a little bit disappointing. But I didn't mind too much. I would read anything from this series :) And I do think you should read Foundation if you have read the Enclave books. <3 Can't wait to read more by Ann :)
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Seems like an intriguing short story. It has romance, you say? My ears just perked up. Though truth be told - I still haven't started the series by Ann Aguirre. I should though, right? Great honest review!ReplyDelete
Precious @ Fragments of Life
I don't do journal entry format well either. But glad to hear you still managed to enjoyReplyDelete
I haven't read any of the books in the Razorland series. This sounds like a good short story. I loved your honesty and the fact that you enjoyed this one. Thanks for sharing! :) <3ReplyDelete
I read this novella before reading anything else in the Razorland series so I enjoyed getting a little bit of the setting of what happened before!ReplyDelete
Glad you enjoyed it!
I really liked this short story--I liked that it gave us a different POV and just a glimpse of what came before. I don't normally like journal style either, but for the most part, I think it worked well here.ReplyDelete
Wendy @ The Midnight Garden
I absolutely love that cover! I don't know much about this series so looking forward to continuing on.ReplyDelete