Thursday, May 2, 2013

Interred (Chronicles of the Interred #1) by Marilyn Almodovar

Interred (Chronicles of the Interred #1) by Marilyn Almodovar
Publisher:  Iambe Books
Publish Date:  January 21, 2013
Pages: 250
ISBN# 978-1939453020

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.




First of all, I was glad to read a book with two actual involved parents in it.  I've been seeing a lot of single parent books and quite a few that just don't mention where the heck the other parent is.  Yes, it is a step-parent, but the main character likes him, so it's all good.

Baxter is a teenage girl, pretty normal, acts 'real'.  She finds out right before her 16th birthday that she needs to attend a ceremony to be Interred, because her mom's been hiding the fact that she'll receive magical powers at age 16.

I was completely irritated that Baxter's mom and her cousin Fred argued all the time.  I just didn't care about their arguments after the first two times Fred came around.

Declan is a boy from Victorian England that's been trapped in a time loop for 122 years. He's hoping that if he helps Baxter through being Interred, that she'll help him escape. He's snarky and mysterious, but also nice at times.  I went between liking him and being suspicious of him.

Jack is a relative of Declan's. He's also going through being Interred with Baxter. It's hard to say whether Baxter should be close to him or not. He's great, but is he using Baxter for her talents?

Bonus?  Doctor Who references!

The writing is the best part.  It flows nicely and things are described in a wonderful way.  It did take a bit to get to the action, the first bit got a little boring, but when the action started...BAM!!!!  Away we went!


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  4. I'm definitely going to check this out. I've just recently got back into YA books. I didn't think I'd like them after I grew up, but I still do. Nothing beats Fantasy for me though. People think it's a little weird for a guy like me liking stuff like Divergent and Hunger Games, but even dudes like it after seeing it. Great blog by the way.

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  5. I've seen this one around in book hauls, though this is actually the first review I've seen of it. I may have to check this one out! The whole time loop thing sounds cool. :b Thanks so much for the review!

    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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  6. Nothing beats Fantasy for me though. People think it's a little weird for a guy like me liking stuff like Divergent and Hunger Games, but even dudes like it after seeing it.

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