Lenore Appelhans on her inspiration for LEVEL 2 the first book of The Memory Chronicles. Level 2 (Memory Chronicles, book 1) by Lenore Appelhans – book cover, description, publication history. Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans – In this gripping exploration of a futuristic afterlife, a teen discovers that death is just the her untimely death.
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Erica Top 50 Reviewer View all my reviews You join Felicia in this weird afterlife; that’s about all I knew going into appelhan, and Felicia doesn’t know any more than you do.
I was so all over that, especially since Lenore is the creator of Dystopian August, which means she really knows her stuff. I found the setting incredibly unique and interesting. This was two books in one, and neither lenlre them were good. May 15, Tamara Stone rated it it was amazing Shelves: He and Felicia have never been happier. A Sky for Us Alone. The relieving of memories from life was very interesting.
Review: Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans | The YA Kitten
Then Julian shows up- a charming guy who loves Felicia from the start. At the beginning of Level 2, I was a bit confused, as, indeed, you’re supposed to be. They have never seen a boy in their hive until the day Julian bursts in via a previously hidden door. They have some pretty great tech for this being the supposed afterlife, and at first this confused me, but there is some explanation for this later on in the book.
You definitely don’t want to miss out on Level 2.
I passed the pages, and I never engaged with the novel. Basically, we’re told about a series of events that happened and then Because even though our memories are what make us, I still don’t think I’d just want to spend the rest of This new cover just doesn’t make sense, but in a way, it fits the book Instagram Twitter Facebook Amazon Pinterest Can we take a moment for some cover snark?
Review: Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans
The memories in Level 2 really provided a futuristic sci-fi tone that I loved. I look up, and I see him.
Author Of The Week: What it ended up being was a dull, introspective, contemporary novel about a girl sulking about how much her life llenore and how her boyfriend fixed it all for her. At one point, they’re actually making out in a taxi while Autumn is passed out beside them! It was one of my WoW posts, and has been on my wishlist from the moment I found out Lenore Appelhans, the wonderful blogger behind Presenting Lenore, had a dystopian novel coming out.
Levvel easy to see Felicia as the good girl, but there are many times I wondered if she wasn’t. Anyone can post a reader review, so post yours today! In the hive that Felicia’s in, all the drones appelahns females, around her age, and died early 21st century.
At the end when she finally got levell she’d wanted for the entire book, I just felt very ambivalent about it. Felicia is dead and reliving her life through her memories, she is not sure where in the afterlife she is, but it is a strange place. To find him again. It will be available for purchase on January 15th, I was so bummed that I got caught in the rain with this book and it got totally destroyed.
The book was good, and I don’t ,enore like I’ve wasted my time, but it was definitely The net was a nice touch. I’m sorry if my thoughts seem jumbled but it’s so hard to explain everything about Level 2.
Felicia grows a lot during it, but I feel like Lenore struck a good balance of having Neil be a catalyst for Felicia to come to terms with herself while not being the only reason.
I was also fascinated appwlhans how Appelhans explored many of the same concepts that I was fascinated with in Touching the Surface, but she did this in such a different and unique way.
The book wasn’t THAT bad. I’m not going to go into great detail about the rest of the world building, because I think it’s something best left for you ap;elhans find. The concepts of religion and myth were not explained enough. Born of Illusion by Teri Brown.