[Reading] ➬ Imagine ➳ Jenna Greene – Lalaweek.us

Imagine A Fierce Wind And A Blast Of Green Light During A Strange Storm Causes Everything To Change For Katharine Bowers And Becky Thatcher The Girls Wake Up In Oren, An Entirely Different Realm Than Their Earthly City They Meet Enalie, A Fading Magical Presence Who Sets An Incredible Destiny Before Them Then Simply Disappears Left Alone To Fend Off Creatures That Hunt Them In The Night, They Must Relay A Magical Heritage That Doesn T Make Sense, And If Possible Save A World That They Know Nothing About.

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➬ Imagine ➳ Jenna Greene – Lalaweek.us


  1. says:

    I didn t anticipate that this was essentially a children s book Ages 8 12 That s why I think this book is reviewed so lowly, because adults are reading this So that being said, I don t feel right about reviewing this book Really people ages 8 12 should do the reviewing P.S After reading 25% of this book, I stopped It didn t interest me and I felt that I am too old for this One of the main character s is 10 I just couldn t relate ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest rev I didn t anticipate that this was essentially a children s book Ages 8 12 That s why I think this book is reviewed so lowly, because...


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    My BlogActual Rating 2.5Have you ever read a book that you thought sounded really cool but by the end of it, it was just a huge disappointment That s what happened to me with this one here It sounded so good when i first read the synopsis but it wasn t anything like i imagined The story was interesting but written poorly, the characters were diverse but barely developed on And the cover I mean it looks cool but it doesn t fit with the book at all I honestly didn t get much from this story My BlogActual Rating 2.5Have you ever read a book that you thought sounded really cool but by the end of it, it was just a huge disappointment That s what happened to me with this one here It sounded so good when i first read the synopsis but it wasn t anything like i imagined The story was interesting but written poorly, the characters were diverse but barely developed on And the cover I mean it looks cool but it doesn t fit with the book a...


  3. says:

    DNF at 20%I feel like I might come back to this but, its kinda ehh and is slow, boring and childish


  4. says:

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.This is a very easy read.The world is fairly well developed with reasonable characters.A weak ending spoilt the story.


  5. says:

    This is an amazing, dangerous, and magical journey for two young girls I enjoyed every element in this book The plot was engaging and the characters were well developed.


  6. says:

    Fantasy books make for wonderful means of escaping reality and each author brings the realms of myth, legend, and magic to life in their own unique ways However, many fantasies have a tendency to venture deeply into politics The politics that make up these amazing lands is wonderful and really makes the world seemreal, but there are times when readers don t want to read about political drama and just want a good old fashioned fantasy tale How about an evil wizard that is threatening to Fantasy books make for wonderful means of escaping reality and each author brings the realms of myth, legend, and magic to life in their own unique ways However, many fantasies have a tendency to venture deeply into politics The politics that make up these amazing lands is wonderful and really makes the world seemreal, but there are times when readers don t want to read about political drama and just want a good old fashioned fantasy tale How...


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    Title ImagineAuthor Jenna GreeneRating 4.5 5 StarsI was sent a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review Thank you This is a spoiler free review SummaryOne day, Kat Bowers and Becky Thatcher are taken from the home they have known their whole life and thrown into a new place full of strange creatures and large castles There they meet Enalie, who claims the existence of magic and sends Kat and Becky on a quest to defeat the evil that is overtaking the realm, called Nandor She t Title ImagineAuthor Jenna GreeneRating 4.5 5 StarsI was sent a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review Thank you This is a spoiler free review SummaryOne day, Kat Bowers and Becky Thatcher are taken from the home they have known their whole life and thrown into a new place full of strange creatures and large castles There they meet Enalie, who claims the existence of magic an...


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    Originally published on my blog Nonstop Reader.Imagine is the first book in the Imagine series, a crossworlds epic quest fantasy by YA author Jenna Greene and Champagne Book Group.The premise is wonderful and I did like seeing a very young protagonist having a positive influence in a story and I thought her motivations were the most believable and reasonabl...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Full review coming EDITED I received this copy in exchange for an honest review from Champagne Book Group All thoughts and opinions are my own Thank you Champagne Book Group I was very tempted to DNF this book Despite what seemed like an interesting concept, I just could not get into it The writing came across as rushed and amateurish, and I could not place what the age group this was written for Was it for younger kids or was it young adults I still cannot say.Kat as a character did not Full review coming EDITED I received this copy in exchange for an honest review from Champagne Book Group All thoughts and opinions are my own Thank you Champagne Book Group I was very tempted to DNF this book Despite what seemed like an interesting concept, I just could not get into it The writing came across as rushed and amateurish, and I could not place what the age group this was written for Was it for younger kids or was it y...


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    I honestly can t recall the last time that I have enjoyed a book this completely on so many levels Out of 345 pages of reading, the strongest criticism I could find is that there were about five portions of writing, around the size of a paragraph or two each, that weren t as polished as the rest or where the writers voice and style that I had grown accustomed to seemed to be randomly absent As a reader, I stumbled in those few places and was forced to go back and reread these sections before I I honestly can t recall the last time that I have enjoyed a book this completely on so many levels Out of 345 pages of reading, the strongest criticism I could find is that there were about five portions of writing, around the size of a paragraph or two each, that weren t as polished as the rest or where the writers voice and style that I had grown accustomed to seemed to be randomly absent As a reader, I stumbled in those few places and was forced to go back and reread these sections before I could move on I struggled nowhere else in my comprehension or enjoyment of the book, unless you include t...

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