3. ruj 2012.

Blog Tour & Giveaway - Reflection by Jessica Roberts

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Book summary: 

Bright, spunky Heather Robbins has escaped her small hometown and is anxiously beginning her freshman year of college. Rising above her rocky childhood, she’s found a place where good things are finally starting to happen: her own private apartment, refreshing college classes, and an intense attachment to a mysterious and rugged classmate, Nick Richards.

But when her dreamy college life turns out to be nothing more than a wonderful dream while resting in a coma, questions threaten. 

Now, Heather must press forward to unlock the real past, and find the answers buried deep in her mind. What she unlocks instead is a roller coaster ride through flashbacks, embellished memories, and a whirlwind romance.

And when it’s all over and she comes face to face with the truth, will she lose everything she’s fallen in love with?

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    This is one of those books that I'm happy that I haven't read a blurb. I had no idea about whole coma story and I was really surprised when I figured it out. I believe those who know first part of the book could've been boring. But let's start from the beginning.

    Heather is a girl living in the small town and after a lot of bad things that have happened to her she wants to escape and start all over. Only person worth remembering is her friend Creed and well her employee Grandma V. She moves to bigger city and starts college. She has her apartment, job, finds new friends and among them is mysterious guy called Nick. As you start enjoying the story you find out that those are actually her memories and that she is in coma. Suddenly you start reading faster than you can just to see what on earth happened. You're confused cause you don't know what is real and what is her imagination.

     I've read other reviews and talked to some bloggers and few of them said that they were confused with the point of view. Cause while you're read the book you mostly read about Heather's memories, but from time to time the doctor jumps in with some question (FYI, she is telling the doctor her memories). For me sometimes I was confused as well. Another time I was happy for that switch, cause Heather's story at some point became little bit boring. Too much details and sometimes repeating for my taste. Also I've read somewhere that PRS coma is not real thing...that's bad cause it really sounded real.

    Then after you're so close to the ending of the book...how to put it you survive one shock, at least I did. When I figured what and how everything happened. For those people who don't like unfinished endings this end could be a problem. Until you find out that there will be a sequel!

    Speaking of which I can't wait to read it, cause I really, really, really wanna know what will happen. But really, you know REALLY! Uh, this is killing me!

    All in all...solid 4 stars for this book

About the author

JESSICA ROBERTS grew up in the San Francisco, California Bay Area where she spent most of her time playing sports alongside her six siblings. She was crowned Miss Teen California her senior year of high school, and went on to Brigham Young University where she graduated in Human Development. Her love of family, church, writing, athletics, and singing and dancing keeps her life busy and fulfilled. She currently resides in Utah with her husband and three children.


There is also a tour giveaway! You have a chance to win 25$ Amazon Gift Card and e-book copy of Reflection and also 9 winners will receive e-book copy. Just enter the form. And please note I'm not responsible for picking winners and sending the price.
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Until the next time,

Broj komentara: 6:

  1. I'm glad you ended up enjoying this! It wasn't for me, unfortunately, but I hope I can give it another try one day. Wonderful review! :)

  2. Well second part of the book was much better...especially the end. Maybe you should! Thank you :)

  3. Glad you enjoyed the ending at least! This sounds like something I'd enjoy.
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

  4. Thank you. I think you would. Thanks for stopping by! :)

  5. I don;t mind unfinished endings if they end right.
    Beautiful cover and I've recently read a book about someone in paralysis so this will be interesting...

  6. I don't mind them either, but here it's killing me. Oh then I hope you'll have a chance to read it.
    Thanks for stopping by! :)



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