Review: Twin Souls

**Also published on Goodreads**

Dear Reader;

First, I would like to say there will be some spoilers included. Now, on with the review below if you would still like to read.

I was thoroughly disappointed. The premise sounded interesting, but the writing was awful and the plot didn’t make a lot of sense. I don’t think I cared for any of the characters and the kind of editing you’d need to save this book… well, I’d just write another book at this point.

The dialogue was stiff and wooden. Alex’s reactions were inconsistent and all over the place. We never hear anything more about Salems witch heritage (possibly the only hint of interesting in the whole flipping book). Alex’s parental figures are all over the place, Salems a bad influence, and the only people that give a rat’s behind about her well being (her future, handling her mother’s abandonment and death, dropping out of school, living with a boy she barely knows…) she gets fed up with and ignores! And then the whole car accident with Jason and someone DIES and everyone’s just totally fine and not traumatized at all…

I guess what I’m saying is that this book was poorly written, poorly developed, and just really poorly thought out.

I wouldn’t recommend to anyone.


E.C. Orr

Book Information:

Twin SoulsTitle: Twin Souls, Nevermore #1
Author: K.A. Poe
Language: English
Approximate Length: 328 pages
Stars: ★☆☆☆☆
I had a Kindle edition (which may have been shorter than the pages listed above).


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