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I had really high hopes for this book based on the blurb, however I was a bit let down. I had a hard time getting into this book from the very beginning. I felt that the story jumped around alot, and I just didn't connect with the story or the narrator. Overall, it wasn't bad.
This book was very confusing and even though that narration was quite good I felt like I did not understand what was going on, ALL THE TIME. At first, I did get into it but the moment the parents came into play the story just threw me out and I could not get back in.
the plot twists into extreme situations but it seems like Sol is almost not really experiencing them. He is both naïve to a point its painful to read and yet undergoes so much. I could not believe the plot line at all and every new development, from his freakish parents kidnaping him and the colt thing…. It was just too convoluted for me to follow or enjoy.
the characters were too flat, I could not connect with them and it might be because of all the things going on in the book that really took the focus from the characters. I would have liked it to be a story that has less action and more emotion.
I really enjoyed the story of Sol and Seth. It was greatly written by Leona Windwalker and I have added the following book to my TBR pile. I did, however, find myself reading the book on my kindle because I found myself not listening to Standley’s narration and I kept missing bits. It was really monotonous. And as much as I tried to prevent it from taking away from what was a great, drama filled story, it really did.
What did you like best about Sol's Solstice? What did you like least?
I enjoyed the story but the narrator really wasn't expressive enough for me.
What three words best describe Matt Standley’s voice?
Not expressive enough