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3.3 1
Young Adult Fiction 406
(Updated: February 20, 2014)
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Nameless was a very different telling of the snow white story. Different from any I have read so far and I liked it. It was a weird mix of mobster like families, paranormal, mystery, romance, a mix of old and new. The story kept me interested, no dull boring parts, and moved at a good pace. I enjoyed reading about some of the characters Lili St. Crow created. I liked Tor and Nico a lot; I thought Nico and Cami were cute together. However, this was my first time reading a novel by Lili St. Crow and I have to say I found it a bit difficult to read at times. Her writing style is so different from what I’m used to and I had a hard time following certain parts, sometimes I had to re-read a sentence or two. This kind of put a dent in my imaging the story. I also felt like some of the species (or whatever they were) were not explained enough, I felt as though I missed a book about Twist, Jacks, Faust and Potential. Overall all I thought the book was ok I enjoyed it the more I read it. I would probably pick up another book by Lili St. Crow if it was Rudy’s story, she seemed like she would be fun to read about.
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