Glow by Stacey Wallace Benefiel

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Glow by Stacey Wallace BenefielGlow by Stacey Wallace Benefiel

Series: Zellie Wells #3

Rating: 1 of 5 stars

Zellie Wells has mastered her powers and gotten the guy. She’s lived through her parents’ divorce and being separated from Avery. She’s come back from the dead.

What else is there?

Oh, yeah. REVENGE.

Discover how it all ends when Zellie and the gang finally track down Mildred and fight to right the wrongs of The Society’s past, present and future.

few friends of mine have experienced the frustration and time-consuming process of what it is to type on a nook tablet, and were it not for the disappointment i suffered while reading GLOW i wouldnt even bother.

but no. it was painful, so here i go.

in the other two books before this, the writing was dispensable at best and the plot so ridiculous as to be laughable, but it was the magic and emotional investment that kept me interested.

i had avery and zellie’s fate to concern myself with as seemingly every force in the seen and unseen world worked to keep them apart. but on the side lines, i had ben (who was the only known male retroact). i had melody (who was just generally a great sister to zellie through and through). i also had the parent drama (which, while terribly awkward, was still tied to zellie). and i had claire (who was a better friend than i thought she would be).

here, i had nothing related to zellie at all. in a series named after her, i expected to see more of her. and the whole thing, in addition to being executed haphazardly, felt needlessly dragged out among like 5 different viewpoints. zellie’s air time slowly dwindled until she was but a kinor character in her own story.

and thats just no fun.

it was WILL GRAYSON, WILL GRAYSON all over again. worst end to a series ever with boring bunny trails and scatter-brained story lines. no thank you.

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