Friday, April 13, 2012

Review: The Dragonfly Prophecy by Jacquelyn Castle

Review: The Dragonfly Prophecy by Jacquelyn Castle

IN A GLANCE: A little confusing in the beginning but turns out to be a pretty good read in the end!

Title: The Dragonfly Prophecy
Author: Jacquelyn Castle
Publisher: Class Act Books
Format: Paperback
Pages: 281
ISBN #:  193504883X
Genre: Young Adult
Buy This: Amazon

Seventeen-year-old Lexi Blane believed she was the creator of her own destiny. With a brilliant mind, a flawless boyfriend, and parents who would stop the earth from spinning for her, all was going according to plan.

But when her perfect world unravels into one she doesn’t know, it reveals the painful truth of her love, trust, and entire being. In the struggle to find her true self, Lexi learns she didn’t create her destiny – it created her.


I really enjoyed the concept of this book, but I have to admit I was very confused in the beginning, so much that I had to go back and read a few pages just to make sure I had it all right.  This book is caught in between reality and the comatose dream like state.  I think the reason I was so confused is that it was hard to understand the first 20 or so pages and to understand what was going on.  After those pages I really got into this story and was a bit sad when it ended.

The plot in this book is very different than the normal Paranormal Romance that I have been reading.  I really enjoyed the Prophecy and the main characters powers.  I think my favorite character would have to be Chase mainly because he helps Lexi harness her powers and use them!

Like I said before, get through the first 20 or so pages and you wont want to put this book down!


Plot: 20/20
Writing: 16/20
Creativity: 20/20
Characters: 16/20
Cover: 5/10
Ending: 5/10

82 out of 100 = 3 Puppy Rating

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