Erm. Okay. It’s a shame, I was not overly thrilled with the plot, the characters or the book entirely. It felt like wading through mud and I just wanted to finish it. I’m sorry D.J. McCine but this just fell too flat for me.
Adam is a Luman, escorting those that die before their time into the light. It runs in the family, but Adam is not interested. Adam clings onto life as a normal school kid but a terrible premonition means that he must face his fate.
Okay, the cover is not appealing and it does sound like a typical paranormal teen struggle, and that should have warned me. But I picked up the novel anyway with hopes I could be proved wrong. I mean, I had to give it a try, right? I should have listened to my instincts. The plot was dull and I could not engage with any of the character presented to me.
I tried to get into the story line, but it was so predictable. A typical structure with no variance. Even then, the characters did not leave me in awe. Although Luman was pretty original, it still fell into the typical paranormal trap that I was desperate to finish.
A forgettable story line with uninteresting characters. I am sorry D. J. McCune but I will not be reading any more in this series.