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.