Author: Rachel Ward

Book Review: The Chaos

Book Review: The Chaos

  After enjoying Rachel Ward's Numbers last year, I was really excited to get back into the world that she had created. In the sequel, we are reintroduced to Adam, Jem's son that we briefly met in Numbers. The year is 2026, and Adam is living with the effects of his mother's curse… being able to see the date of a person's death. When Adam starts seeing a specific date over more than a few Londoners, Adam begins to suspect the worse. But can he stop it in time? The Chaos has a completely different feel than Numbers. While the previous novel focused largely on romance with action in the background, […]

Posted March 14, 2011
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Book Review: The Chaos

Book Review: The Chaos

Adam is the son of Jem, a young woman who we met in the first novel Numbers. He must figure out what is going to happen in January of 2027 since that is the deathdate he sees over many of the people living in London. Sarah has been dreaming about Adam since her father got her pregnant. In her dream, Adam steals her baby away and jumps through a fire. When she meets him in the flesh, she panics. Why has this evil young man come to life, why is he here? And why is she so drawn to him? […]

Posted March 13, 2011
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Book Review: Numbers

Book Review: Numbers

Numbers has an intriguing plot – a girl who sees the date of the person’s death and cannot do anything about it. Although there was a good plot, the middle felt a little dragged on. She spends a lot of the time hiding and on the run and it gets a little boring waiting for the next bad thing to happen. The ending had quite a shock to it, which I enjoyed quite a bit (no spoilers, promise). I’ve known people in high school like Jem and Spider – a bit angry and resentful – but with something else behind […]

Posted May 3, 2010
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