Shadow Falls #3 Fanget ved Tusmørke

22. August 2018 Off By lana88

 

 

 

 

Title: Taken at Dusk

Series: Shadow Falls #3

Author: C. C. Hunter

Published in English: 2012

Dansk titel: Fanget ved Tusmørke

Dansk udgivelsesår: 2012

Sideantal: 443

Forlag: Tellerup

ISBN: 978-8758810454

Finished Reading: August 2018

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Romance & Fantasy

Stars: 3

 

 

 

 

This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.

 


 

Step into Shadow Falls, a camp for teens with supernatural powers. Here friendship thrives, love takes you by surprise, and our hearts possess the greatest magic of all.

Kylie Galen wants the truth so badly she can taste it. The truth about who her real family is, the truth about which boy she’s meant to be with–and the truth about what her emerging powers mean. But she’s about to discover that some secrets can change your life forever…and not always for the better.

Just when she and Lucas are finally getting close, she learns that his pack has forbidden them from being together. Was it a mistake to pick him over Derek? And it’s not just romance troubling Kylie. An amnesia-stricken ghost is haunting her, delivering the frightful warning, someone lives and someone dies. As Kylie races to unravel the mystery and protect those she loves, she finally unlocks the truth about her supernatural identity, which is far different–and more astonishing–than she ever imagined.

 


 

It seems that the series can’t get bad. It takes up exactly where the second ended, and is still packed with the same intrigues as before. I’m annoyed with how the love triangle affects the main character. However, it’s not just that! She still doesn’t know what she is and it’s starting to annoy me a bit. We keep getting a lot of information but never any answers.

However, it turns out that those small things we keep learning actually is important in the end. So if you feel like you’re getting bored with the book, just know that everything that happens, are important!

In regards to the language, it’s a bit different from the first two and that annoyed me as well. Some phrases keeps being repeated and it makes me tired.

I don’t feel the main characters development in this book. She’s still as confused as ever and I’ve outgrown these teen drama scenarios.

Frankly, the relationships the main character has with each person in this book is very much the same except for a minor thing I realized. The Camp leader and Kylie has gotten closer, and it seems misplaced.

I’d still recommend reading this book for sure; it’ll still capture you as the other two did!