And you 're sitting there wondering when things are comin to get good, but the lecturer 's monotone voice and thoroughly uninspired narration are conspiring to put you to sleep even though you know, deep down, that you must be on the edge of your seat? That 's what Graveminder is like.
All the elements are there; paranormal phenomenon, secrets, alternate realities, romance .... so .... why is th book so damn boring?
I 'm not even sure how Melissa Marr managed to do it, but she 's managed to build a thoroughly uninspired, completely redundant, unbelievably boring paranormal romance.
Between wondering when things were finally going to pick up and hoping against hope that the main rotagonist, Rebekkah, would stop being such a whiny, spineless douche, I found myself yawning and rolling my eyes more than is acceptable for paranormal romance.
Rebekkah just could n't be with Byron.
Ms. Marr, we heard you the first three hundred times, Rebekkah has guilt issues about Byron.
Paranormal life is an emotional rollercoaster on steroids.
Imagine my surprise, then, when they not only do n't have sex, but also act like they 're still 16.
he two predecessors, Maylene and William, keep things from Rebekkah and Byron up until the very last minute, then try and ive them a fricking crash course in tending to the dead.