Shift By: Kim Curran Genre: YA sci-fi suspense Rating: DNF so I can’t rate it accurately Spoilers: No Coffee Beans: DNF so I can’t rate it accurately Cover: okay Instalove Factor: *Groan* It was there My Personal Recommendation: I have none Opening Line: Favorite Line: Disclaimer: I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for this honest review Publisher’s Summary
When your average, 16-year old loser, Scott Tyler, meets the beautiful and mysterious Aubrey Jones, he learns he’s not so average after all. He’s a ‘Shifter’. And that means he has the power to undo any decision he’s ever made. At first, he thinks the power to shift is pretty cool. But as his world starts to unravel around him he realises that each time he uses his power, it has consequences; terrible unforeseen consequences. Shifting is going to get him killed. In a world where everything can change with a thought, Scott has to decide where he stands. My Review
I’m sorry to say that I didn’t finish this book. I didn’t even get really that far into it (1/3 of the way). I’m not sure why, but the book didn’t really grab me. The was interesting (although far from original) so I was eager to see how the author made it their own and what their twist would be.
I know this review is a copout, and for that I sincerely apologize, but there just wasn’t enough there to pull me through to the end. Sorry guys. But my signature sign off is no truer than it is today:
Read it and decide for yourself its value.