Book Review: The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

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Rating: ★★★★★
Read: November 2015

The APEC week turned out pretty well for me. I filed a leave from work last November 17 & 20 while 18 & 19 are special holidays because of the APEC, making it a 6-day vacation.

Our family stayed at our rest house in Tagaytay to get away from the noise of the city thus, to have a peaceful rest. I brought this book with me and since I haven’t really finished a single book since August, I didn’t bring any other book with it because this book is a 525-page book and to my surprise, I managed to finish it in two days. I just couldn’t put it down! I loved the first book but the second book is just so freaking great that it actually drove me crazy myself!

This series just keeps intensifying as we get nearer to the conclusion of Mara and Noah’s story. Everything in this book just kept me guessing and guessing. I love the writing, I love the creepiness. I love the suspense. Everything in this book is just plain a w e s o m e. I’m sorry if I can’t write a review that will give justice to this book because I honestly, I don’t have the right words to express my love and adoration for this trilogy and for Michelle Hodkin as well.

As I finished reading the book on the second day, I just felt the urge to get a copy of the last one so I immediately went to the nearest bookstore to buy it but unfortunately, it was already out of stock so, yes, the ending made my stomach turn because I was so freaking eager to continue reading and to find out what happens next!!

All in all, this book was amazing and was written very, very, very well.

“Just because you can’t prove something, doesn’t mean it isn’t real.”

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