Action packed! Aden and the gang are back!
Life couldn't get any worse. Could it?
I don't know what to think. I've ALWAYS loved the Intertwined series (Intertwined & Unraveled), I give them full marks! I waited a long time for Twisted and I had extremely high expectations. Sadly, this book let me down...just a bit.
Aden; he started off as a beautiful, loving boy but that all changed in this book. He turns into a cruel, cold hearted king. I was upset to see this character lose one of his qualities that I liked best.
Mary-Ann; I really liked her! She was such an innocent girl! I loved reading chapters and paragraphs about her, but in this book, she's not the same. It's like someone sucked her inner soul out and replaced it with someone else.
Riley, my lovely, lovely Riley. WHAT HAS GENA DONE TO YOU?! Once upon a time, Riley was the best boyfriend ever. He had a big heart and a great sense of humour. In Twisted? Well, he changed. I hate to say it, but he hanged. Not in a good way at all. At the beginning of Twisted I was so eager to read about him and Mary-Ann, but everything just went down hill. Straight down the hill. All the way into a ditch.
Victoria; I've never liked her. I guess I still don't like her. She's never come across to me as a nice or kind person. To me, she was just some pretty girl who never said or did anything interesting.
This is an odd heading, but I felt the need to express my opinion.
The two books before Twisted, were based in Aden and Mary-Ann's heads. But in this book we get a few chapters from Victoria, a few chapters from Aden, a few from Riley and none from Mary-Ann. I didn't mind being in Riley's head. I found it really interesting, but being inside Victoria's head was an absolute nightmare. To have parts of the book told by the character you dislike, isn't great.
Riley and Mary-Ann
When I started reading Twisted, I was excited! So, so excited! I pratically skipped all the pages just to see a scene with Riley and Mary-Ann in it together, but I wasn't satisfied. I felt that their relationship wasn't the same any more, and I hated it. I wanted the old Riley and the old Mary-Ann back. Actually, if I could have it my way, I would want the whole
Overall, a good book, but it wasn't what I expected or was hoping for. Too many changes to the characters. And, of course, not enough RILEY AND MARY-ANN!!!!
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