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I happen to evoution fun when it comes to books so I can handle the Disney movie type gender switch. This book is a quick read. She just lost her twin brother and now has to pay up mob man Campanella her brother’s debt. Overly dramatic with useless subplots, sub par characters and shitty dialogue.
Lists with This Book. I really don’t know how to reveiw this other than to say it was entertaining, and yes FUN. Love Evolution is a rock star romance based on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
Michelle does a great job of creating an appeallingly vulnerable but tough character in Avery. How to write a great review.
Jones rated it did not like it Shelves: First off the plot was bleugh, the characters were flimsy and had no potential, there was no character development and the whole process was so WARPED it pissed me off. New Adult Book Club — members — last activity 1 hour, 30 min ago This group is for everyone to share their love of New Adult fiction – the rapidly growing catagory for books that have the same coming of age feel as This group is for everyone to share their love of New Adult fiction – the rapidly growing catagory for books that have the same coming of age feel as YA books but with more mature themes and content.
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Love Evolution by Michelle Mankin (1 star ratings)
However, Love Evolution by Michelle Evoltuion is an exception. New Adult Book Club: Physical differences and everything. After the death of her twin brother, nineteen-year-old guitar prodigy Avery Jones finds herself desperate, alone, and out of options. Quotes by Michelle Mankin. Feb 28, I wanted so much to like this story.
Love Evolution : A Rock ‘n Roll Love Story Based on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
I especially liked the family connections and the behind the scenes suspense that kept me guessing. Its very entertaining reading all those recording process etc. I have fetish – a guitarist fetish! Aug 10, Megan rated it did not like it.
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I wanted so much to like this story. But afterward, there are a lot of parties. First time you do it, you will be banned. Let’s exchange ideas of mnakin reads, nice idea Whatever your age is, if you love reading young adult fiction, then I want to know what you evolutiob reading! I give it five stars and await her second book in the trilogy. Alex rated it did not like it May 31, Hated the way it was written. Feb 02, M. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points!
It was so unorganized. Meanwhile, band Brutal Strength is planning a comeback after lead singer, Marcus Anthony, is released from rehab. So Avery and her manager Trevor come up with a plan involving a Bieber haircut and men’s clothing.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I look forward to reading her next book. I keep saying “Just one more chapter” The author is especially effective with incorporating visual cues for the Vancouver setting. I can’t wait to read it. Lovers of Paranormal — members — last activity Dec 29, Interesting read and take on the Twelfth Night theme, but I had a hard time buying the fact that she could disguise herself as a guy.
As far as I could tell he was a jerk, an ass and in perpetual denial. Though admittedly Avery and Marcus together weren’t as boring or as cringingly bad as I thought they’d turn out – except all the contrivances Mankin throws in to up the tension. I really dig the whole girl-disguised-as-a-guy thing, although if you think about it, it definitely wouldn’t work in real life, right?
There was too much going on to the point where the author was clearly trying too hard. Open Preview See a Problem?
Finally,While I did have personal issues with this book I thoroughly enjoyed it.