Tuesday, May 26, 2015

The Vanishing Girl Review

Overview: Every night after Ember Pierce falls asleep, she disappears. She can teleport anywhere in the world—London, Paris, her crush’s bedroom—wherever her dreams lead her. Ten minutes is all she gets, and once time’s up, she returns to her bed. It's a secret she’s successfully kept for the last five years. But now someone knows.

A week after her eighteenth birthday, when frustratingly handsome Caden Hawthorne captures her, delivers her to the government, and then disappears before her eyes, Ember realizes two things: One, she is not alone. And two, people like her—teleporters—are being used as weapons.

Dragged off to a remote facility where others like her live, Ember’s forced to pair up with her former captor, Caden, to learn how to survive inside until she can escape. Only Caden’s making escape seem less and less appealing.

But even as Ember falls for the boy who got her into this mess, she knows that she is running out of time. Because the government has plans for those like her, and those plans might just cost Ember her life

My Thoughts: I got this book from Netgalley as a review copy. So I was really surprised when I started reading this at how easily Ember fell for Caden. I mean he captured her and took her to a facility where shes pretty much a prisoner of the government for them to use how they saw fit. And yet I guess if you have to spend pretty much every moment with this so called pair ,not to mention he's incredibly hot, of yours you'd probably let some of that stuff go as well. I didn't expect the sex scenes in it! They weren't graphic but they
weren't down played either. I did like this book a lot. I was definitely hoping at some point that maybe their powers would let them start teleporting when they were awake. Maybe in the next book? I was also surprised that this didn't have a love triangle in it,because there was another guy that was around sometimes. And love triangles seem to happen a lot in YA books. Not to say that some of them
aren't interesting to read it's just refreshing to not see two guys fighting over one girl or vice versa. I definitely recommend picking this book up if you have the chance.

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