Venom, Adrienne Woods

Caution, mild spoilers ahead.

“I guess even in a world of magic we are all slaves to cell phone towers.”

I guess you could guess the quality of the book only by the quote I chose for it. But here it goes.

This is a very short book, a novelette so the review is gonna be shorter than usual.

I searched for the definition of a novelette and, for my information and of all of you: Novelette is a short novel, typically one that is light and romantic or sentimental in character.

It was light but it was not romantic or sentimental.

I was at around 50 % when I asked myself the following question, “What does this book add to the story?”. And the answer was that it didn’t add anything new at all.

The only thing that was of any interest is the part where Blake and Elena have their first almost kiss. But even though to write 100 pages for it, it seemed a little bit too much.

There is no story, it is boring and too long for nothing. So if you wonder if you can skip it and go on with the rest of the series, then the answer is a clear “Yes, you can”. It is better to skip it than to force yourself to read it.

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