Friday, 22 August 2014

The 100 Society Review

The 100 Society by Carla Spradbery

“I’ve got a feeling the madness has only just begun” 
The 100 Society starts of quite weirdly, it seems as if an entire chunk of the novel was missing. Mainly because in the story the main character has to tag 100 buildings and she’s in the middle of the 96th tag when the story starts.

The characters weren’t really introduced properly, as a reader we didn’t see their personality and instead a trait of which the main character labelled them by. So the characters were just likable and nothing more. However at some points Grace was really oblivious and whiny but she soon gets over that.

The love triangle was bearable at first because you know Grace was going to choose Trick and not Pete but after the kiss the relationship between the three characters turned more desperate and drama induced.

What I really liked in the novel was the thriller and mystery part. The suspense was built to see what was going to happen to the characters. Who was going to die or get injured and were they innocent? This book had more death than I expected and it was a good surprise. I also enjoyed the mystery part and how you think you know who the culprit is because everything is pointing at them and yet when you find out who really is behind everything it’s a shock.

I love the element of art in the book and how it actually has an effect in the book and the ending. The book was a really enjoyable and fast paced read although I found the hospital scene at the end unnecessary.  


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