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Angels Mark (The Serena Wilcox Mysteries Dystopian Thriller Trilogy Book One)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2013

    Dont waste your time

    I'm thankful this was a free friday book and did not spend any money. I forced myself to read 128 pages out of the 500+ pages.
    Very poor character development, bouncing from one character to the next. Serena burns down her house and drives to met a man I guess is her husband it's not clear, to meet with an underground group I think. Nothhing is clear as to why she burnt her home down, she mention she was a private detective so is this a undercover job?
    America is split in two and a bunch of extreme right wing separatist garbage is written with out explanation you don't know if is part of explaining what is going on or the authors point of view.
    The background of the story is splattered all over the place with no lead in or something to tell you this is the past and why. One of the character's Paul you eventually find out that his parents died when he was 13 your not told how and that his older brother raises him. Then later you find out the older brother is a pyscho and has very little regard for Paul. If he doesnt care for Paul and uses him then why bother caring for him and raising him? Makes no sense.
    One of the President's, there are two Presidents. Is a asian woman and she is weak, naive, no self respect. In the book she says she has no idea why she President and what to do, you dont reach the position of President and have no idea why and have such low self esteem.
    I stopped reading at this point for the book for the characters are not real, no explanation as to what is going on none of the characters are likable and a very little about the main character Serena.
    Don't waste your time and the author has two more books I'm NOT putting them on my wishlist

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Can't give this a very good rating.

    Thumbs down

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2014

    Finally gave up

    Totally agree with other reviews. Finally gave up and quit at pg 235

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  • Posted August 31, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    I did read the entire book, but like another reviewer stated, I

    I did read the entire book, but like another reviewer stated, I was glad it was free. It was disjointed, and it an odd beginning, with the main character eating in a restaurant by herself, but then the tone and direction of the book changed nearly 180 degrees. Disjointed, improper usage of semi-colons (really nagged me), and the author could not make up her mind if she wanted to be a semi-comedy or a drama, and it was really neither. The only reason I gave it two stars is she did have some good ideas, or at least I thought so, but she just did not execute them well. 

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