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Monday, September 10, 2012

Intangible by J. Meyers Review



Intangible by J. Meyers
★★★★☆

Luke and his sister Sera were special; he could see the future and she was able to heal people. Luke had never been able to stop his visions from happening and Sera couldn’t stop herself from healing someone that was badly hurt. Luke had never wanted to stop his visions so much until he had one of Sera dying. Each vision filled him with impending doom.  Time was running out, and he still didn’t know how to save her.


Intangible was a refreshing fantasy; it was different than most stuff that is around right now. The story pulled me in, so I didn’t have a problem getting into it. It was also quite cool that it was set in Vermont. I have lived in Maine since 2001, but, before that, I had lived in Vermont since I was born, and I often go back to visit family. It is a ton of fun reading books that are set in places that I know. To me, it makes my reading experience more personal.

The vivid images the author created were fantastic. It was easy for me to get lost in the scenes and pretend I was actually there. The characters were also very relatable and I loved reading about the two main characters, Luke and Sera. I felt like I really got to know them in this story, and, when something happened to them, it felt like it was happening to me.

I really enjoyed the storyline and the magic in the book. I love the world of fantasy and magical powers, especially when the story isn’t just a copy of another with different names and places. For me, Intangible was a new storyline. Yes, relationships will always resemble other relationships, because really - how many different ways can you write romance? I’m okay with that; I love the story just the same, and, as long as the core of the story isn’t overdone and impresses me, I am happy, and that is what this one did.

I recommend Intangible to young adult fantasy readers, or even readers that do not read a lot of fantasy. The story is set in an every day world, so the fantasy aspect is very balanced and not overpowering for people that don’t read a lot of it. I look forward to reading more of J. Meyers's work, and I am anticipating the next installment to this series.
  
I received this book for review from the author.

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