It must have been my initial reaction to the series that made me decide to give its third book a shot. I mean, I loved most of the characters in the series but as it progresses, It somehow became repetitive with Evie, the main protagonist becoming so overbearing.
In this installment of The Premonition series, Evie find herself questioning the loyalty of her heart amongst the three “love interest” and between her “two families” [the Angels & The Gagcanagh’s].
Let me be totally honest here. Evie’s the one bringing all the trouble to begin with. Why can’t she just freaking stick to one thing! At least for once! She’s lucky people she’s messing up with keeps on forgiving her. Why can’t they just be mean to her just for once? While reading this, I was thinking that she’s the single most annoying heroine I’ve ever read of all time!
It’s also interesting to note that Russell yet again tried to become the hero but to no avail. Why do we even need his POV? Like seriously? He wasn’t even born half-angel and he’s getting all-Evie like whilst evolving. I was like, what’s up with that? Suddenly, he’s powerful and all. Evie should at least have some superior power over her “creation” right?
Okay, so I’d stop bitching about this now but surely, you can tell that I really didn’t enjoy this book. I’m not even sure I’d read the fourth book sooner (which I’ve already bought prior to reading the first book) especially after learning the fifth book is slated to be release next year. Oh, please – NEXT!
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars