Leif by Abbi Glines

14625625“She was mine. I owned her soul…until Death stole her heart.”

LEIF is a novella from the Existence series. It is glimpses into Leif’s point-of-view during both Existence and Predestined.

 

 

 

 


Review
Q&A

Physical or Ebook?
Ebook

Have you ever read a book by this author before?
Tons.

Genre?
Paranormal Romance

Star Rating?
2 Stars

Rereadable?
No way.

If it’s a series, would you continue reading it?
Yes.

Is this a part of a challenge?
This is a part of the #ASeriesAMonth2018

Who would you recommend this for?
People who love YA Paranormal Romance

Conclusion:

This novella was… completely and utterly pointless.

That may be a pretty rude thing to say, but let me elaborate:

I love novels/novellas that show another perspective to a story. Look at the Lux series by JLA, Oblivion is one of my favorite novels of the series because showing Daemon’s perspective adds so much to the story line itself. You understand his perspective and makes the story seem fuller, more real.

This did absolutely none of that. See, I wasn’t too crazy about Leif’s character in the first place. Even though he played a huge role in the first and second book, I feel like you could of just taken him out completely and had a perfectly good story. He was thrown together so loosely that he was barely worth having around. So having a novella with a handful of chapters rewritten in his perspective,  yeah, it didn’t do anything for me.

Ah well, glad that’s over!

If you’re interested:
Goodreads
Amazon CA
Amazon

*heads up, this and the first novel Existence is free on Kindle atm. (As of 04/18/2018)

Until next time,

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