Friday, August 14, 2015

Review: The Felix Chronicles: Freshmen

Reeling from a terrible accident that claimed the lives of his parents, Felix arrives at Portland College hoping only to survive the experience. In time, however, his reality star roommate shows him there is more to higher education than just classes, shared bathrooms and bad dorm food, and Felix gradually dares to believe he can put his past behind him. But a fateful storm looms on the horizon: In the nearby woods, two hikers become the latest victims in a series of gruesome murders; a disfigured giant embarks on a vicious cross-country rampage, killing teenagers who fail his 'test'; and an ancient society of assassins tasked with eradicating the wielders of a mysterious source of power awakens after a long silence. Only one man--the school's groundskeeper--knows that the seemingly unrelated events are connected, and that an eighteen-year-old boy stands in the center of the storm.

I received this book via Xpresso Book Tours. Thanks!

OK to be fair I did not finish this book. It started out really good, but then it was getting longer and longer and longer and boring and nothing interested happened. The fight of Hesius (the crippled dude, can not remember his name) and the governor (I can not remember his name either) was super duper long and there were a lot of details about the fight that I did not care about.

Then Felix and Allyson, OMG they are so boring.

There were way too many characters in the little bit that I read. There was a lot of extra stuff going on that wasn't that important. Characters talk too much and say absolutely nothing important.

And please stop with the jokes about people in WV about having sex with their own family. WE DO NOT! It wasn't even a funny joke.

I am giving it 2 stars because I did not finish it.

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