LEVEL 2 LENORE APPELHANS PDF
Lenore Appelhans on her inspiration for LEVEL 2 the first book of The Memory Chronicles. Level 2 (Memory Chronicles, book 1) by Lenore Appelhans – book cover, description, publication history. Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans – In this gripping exploration of a futuristic afterlife, a teen discovers that death is just the her untimely death.
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Before we get to the reveal, here’s a message from Meredith: There’s talk about commitment ceremonies, reenactments of passages for the bible, True Love Waits is name-dropped, and just all this other stuff. All in all, Level 2 was a large disappointment that saddens me each second I think of it. The first awesome thing about Level 2 is the world building, which is multi-faceted and complex.
So, I am going against the majority when I say that Level 2 left me bummed out and very disappointed. Plus, the pacing of it is all over the place. I tried really hard to finish Level 2, but I just couldn’t stick with the plot and the writing style.
View all 5 comments. It’s a bit paranormal, with a bit scifi, and a big dose of dystopian in there as well.
Review: Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans
Neil stops too and faces me. The background of this story is fascinating. She has made serious mistakes with painful consequences, mostly involving an unfortunate attraction to the not-so-trustworthy Julian. The idea of them holding a grudge against their creator and doing things to retaliate was brilliant!
What made this book work for me was that it’s never clear cut who is good and who is bad. Felicia does feel bad about it, though, and I liked how you could see which of her actions were most troubling to her because they were the memories she replayed the least.
Search Our Books Keywords: Awesome lenroe of the afterlife Level 2 has an awesome idea as well as a brilliant, bad-ass cover. The world building in Level 2 is intense. You can now read the first four chapters online at http: The memories are a big reason why I decided to give this 3. I lnore have enjoyed it a lot more if it was a bit more fast paced.
Heather Top 50 Reviewer View all my reviews Overall it was okay, I guess. View all 7 comments. Author Of The Week: I don’t begrudge someone a ‘man, this sucks,’ so long as they then do apppelhans they can, and she always does. It wasn’t just a little bit of it, either. I got almost 50 pages through this book, and I hated it from page 1.
To stave off boredom, of course!
Level 2 (The Memory Chronicles #1) by Lenore Appelhans Book Reviews
Interesting plot twist at the end, though, and the way appelhanss hive is described and the access levsl the memory files as well is pretty cool. Neil is for me. The book starts off in Level 2 where we meet Felicia, and learn that she has died and is living with other girls her age called “drones”.
We don’t even see the ‘bad guys’ until the last few pages, and the ‘climax’ is summarized for us in a few paragraphs. While there were flaws in Lenore’s debut, her writing style and idea was well thought. I will definitely need to reread before reading the next book. Rescued leel Julian, an ex with unfortunate connections to her life on Earth, all Felicia wants is to reunite with the boy she loves.
The Memory Chronicles 1: He swallows, and I swallow. And I loved Felicia.
Level 2 (Memory Chronicles, book 1) by Lenore Appelhans
I would have preferred less of that and more time spent learing about Level 2. When it looks like he wants to do nothing more than use her as a tool, he flips the switch and gives readers and Felicia reason to wonder if he really DOES want the best for her.
All, and I do mean ALL of the characters in this novel were as flat as cardboard sheets. Not shared “Its basic function is to allow you to access and rent out your memories as well to rent the memories of others.
Crazy for Young A Felicia has leve what feels like years in Level 2.
And I’m just not on board with a selfish character if said selfish character carries right on lenofe terrible and gets rewarded at the end with a boyfriend and heaven. I really liked Felicia, the only time she got on my nerves was when she would go on and on about how important Neil was to her.
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