Accordance by Shelly Crane

AccordanceBlurb: In the sequel, Maggie learns much more about all the strange things that happened to her, and has to face new ones. She rebels against it, but ultimately, must face it for her new families sake and maybe even her life. Bish went from being her biggest supporter to her biggest pain in the butt and Kyle’s intentions to attract her interest may not be so innocent. Caleb and Maggie face many new obstacles together and fight to work through them but will one that should be a good thing be too much for Maggie to handle?

2 stars smaller

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My Thoughts: Most of this book took place at the beach house introduced in the first book. Events dragged on and on. There was little to no real action. I was completely bored for the most part. The exciting parts were rushed. I was overall displeased.

Note: I will not be continuing on with the Significance series.

Read June 26, 2013 — July 22, 2013

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Significance by Shelly Crane

Significance

Synopsis:  The past year of Maggie’s life has been a struggle. Her own mother just left her and her father one day. Saying that she was being held back from life. After that her father was too depressed to really support what was left of his family. After her high school graduation, she saves the life of someone who changes her life and well as many others.

4 stars

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My Thoughts: This book is kind of intense and innocent at the same time. The relationship between Caleb and Maggie is so strong. I was thinking I would have a tough time dealing with it as the book went along but I didn’t. Shelly Crane paints a good picture of what Maggie and Caleb are feeling, so it doesn’t seem so weird. Though this book ends in a weird place, I wonder what the reason of the series will be like.

Note: It almost took me a month to finish this book. Not for the reason you might think. Like I have mentioned on twitter, I have started working full time for the summer. I normally read when its nice a quite, which is impossible when my family is awake. I would read on my nights off (I work night shift). Now I am doing other things or just being lazy. I do read some at work, on breaks and such.

Read June 2, 2013 — June 26, 2013

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