Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of over fifty books, including the acclaimed Lords of the Underworld and Angels of. Title: Intertwined. Author: Gena Showalter. Genre: YA (Fantasy). Publisher: Harlequin Teen Publishing Date: September 1, Hardcover. The complete series list for – Intertwined Gena Showalter. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and.
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Do you like crazy busy plots or simple and sweet? This review was originally posted on One Curvy Blogger. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks intretwined telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Intertwined by Gena Showalter. Aden Stone has four human souls living inside him: One can time travel. One can raise the dead.
Integtwined can possess another human. One can tell the future. All of that is about to change, however. For months Aden has been having visions of a beautiful girl—a girl who carries centuries-old secrets.
A girl who will either save him or destroy him. Hardcoverpages. United States of America. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign tena.
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Lists with This Book. Jul 17, Steph Su rated it it was ok Shelves: Too much was implied and told directly to readers, the characters were unappealing, and the whole thing was just way too long to hold my attention.
Showalter has the unfortunate penchant of telling, not showing, and making her characters take agonizingly slow paragraphs to undergo a simple thinking process. Teenagers can tell the difference between an author who knows the teen voice and an author who typically writes for adults and is just trying to make his or her way into the YA genre.
So Aden attacks a werewolf, gets bullied, and wants to lavish the vampire princess. By this point, a discerning reader will simply ask the important question: Interwtined are all of these disconnected and emotionally distant events leading up to?
I put the book down. Readers looking for equally emotionally tortured paranormal romances will no doubt find their way to this new line. View all 8 comments. I haven’t been able to fully read a book in weeks, I was in a big reading slump and I needed it to stop.
God, I love that feeling. And what a ride it was. It’s so unique and cool, I loved everything about it. Gena once again blew my mind, she’s the best. This is the story of Aden, a not so normal teenager. He’s not alone in his head, that sounds bad but it actually isn’t. He has 4 souls trapped inside his head: Eve, Caleb, Julian and Elijah.
Aden would be a normal human if not for them, they all have special powers, Eve can travel through time, Julian can raise the dead, Caleb can posses other bodies, and Elijah can predict the future.
Aden lives in foster homes and he’s moved into a ranch, living with other teens. In this new town he meets Mary Ann, a girl who negates his powers. Aden knows he’s supposed to meet his girlfriend soon because Elijah predicted it and he does, a girl named Veronica and her protector, Riley, arrive into town not long after him. I can’t tell you much more because I’ll reveal too much and it’d just spoil the entire book for you.
Trust me, you want to read this amazing book and experience it spoiler-free for the first time. All Showatler can tell you is that there’s no love triangle, if you’re a love triangle hater like me, I’d like to tell you: So, go buy it!
Like I said, this book is so different from what I’m used to read, even from Gena. It is Aden’s story yes, but it’s also Mary Ann’s. Basically there are two love stories: Aden and Victoria and Intertwied Ann and Riley. It was just so well written, I read this book in one day and I want more. I loved Aden from the start, he’s so lost at the beginning, he has no friends, he thinks he’s weird having souls within him.
But he’s still strong and I loved his relationship with the 4 souls. Despite them showalrer annoying and him wanting some peace and inertwined sometimes, Aden still cares deeply about them and them about him. I found myself caring about them as well and I cried guys.
Intertwined Series by Gena Showalter
I cried, I won’t tell you inteertwined, but I cried! I loved watching Aden growing, his character really changed in the book, in a good way. He matured a lot, became stronger and it was a great thing to see.
I liked her but I didn’t really connect with her. She’s a nice girl who truly cares about Aden but she wasn’t my favorite character. I just didn’t connect with her at all. My favorite is definitely Mary Ann though. I loved reading her POV, she’s the most normal of them all but she’s amazing, such a great friend, a strong girl who has her entire life turned upside down in one day.
I fell in love with her and especially Riley Well, you have Riley. And guys, he’s not human, he’s something else and I loved him so much! Him and Mary Ann were so cute together, I can’t wait to have more of them. Mary Ann took her seat in the far right row, closest to the teacher’s desk. Kyle Matthews had the one next to her and he was already seated. As Riley had done in their first two classes, he stood in front of his desired spot and stared.
Stared until Kyle was shifting uncomfortably. Stared until Kyle picked up his books and founds another seat. And for those of you who’re wondering about the kissing. Once again, fear not because Gena doesn’t disappoints. She loves the kissing part as much as we do.
Gena wrote such an unique, kickass, interesting and fun book, I can’t believe I haven’t read it before now. The story will pull you in and you won’t want to get out. If I had to say one little negative thing it would be that the ending was a bit abrupt and rushed. I was expecting a big fight and maybe a big cliffhanger but none of that, it was good and a satisfying ending but a bit easy for me.
Still, I cannot wait to read the next book and the next one after that, and then cry because there won’t be a fourth book.
Unraveled (Intertwined, #2) by Gena Showalter
I’ll just have to go showaletr threaten Gena or her dogs until she writes it. That sounds like a plan! View all 4 comments.
Sep 05, grna rated it really liked it Shelves: I enjoyed this book and have only one real complaint. When a book is the start of a new series, it would be nice to know that going in, maybe put a line on ggena cover, first book in the exciting new series, etc. That being said and a little disappointed that Interwined have to wait until the next book to find out what happens next, I found this book a fun read with lots, and I mean lots, of surprises.
This book has a little something for everyone. There are humans, well, sort of, since they have special ab I enjoyed this book and have only one real complaint. There are humans, well, sort of, since they have special abilities, vampires, werewolves, witches, goblins, fairies, undead, demons, ghosts, and maybe others as well. It keeps you guessing all the time of what will happen next. I couldn’t put it down once I got into it. Aden is a great character, from the moment you meet him, you hope that his life will get better.