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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You can now read the first four chapters online at http: I wanted to care more about the characters, but we are given only glimpses of them through her memories. She reveals new layers of epic appelhajs as you read through the book, and I have no doubt this will continue in the next book. When my dad suggested I turn off the flashlight I thought I so expertly hid under my covers. Sad to say, this book let me down in alot of ways. Trivia About Level 2 The Memo Louisa Top 50 Reviewer View all my reviews Another good point for the author.
Of course, Level 2 is not all it seems.
I leevl actually like Julian, potential creep factor aside, probably because he reminded me of the Julian from L. The inclusion of a contemporary romance in a Science Fiction novel worked really well to my surprise.
A lot of the explanations made little to no sense to me and I felt confused more than once. This is so you can find what you are looking for more easily appelhans also so you an advertise your wares to others on the net. The humorous story of a little chick who proves his mettle to the farm’s big bullies when he discovers he has a very mighty lineage.
Will I continued with the next book? View all 13 comments. Add to Cart Add to Cart. This world-setting is both a plus, and a negative.
This is a wonderful debut–a fast-paced, absorbing mystery that seamlessly blends both speculative and contemporary YA. I went into this very excited because I am a follower of Lenore’s blog and the book’s premise sounded interesting and not overused levfl so many other YA novels.
Partly, this is caused by what spending so long constantly replaying just one’s best memories will do to someone. Lenore Appelhans’ Level 2 is a thought provoking read that will put you into an entirely new world. Autumn is that stereotypical self-centered airhead, but I didn’t think that excused Felicia from cheating with Autumn’s boyfriend. As Lenode always do when I decide to pick up a book, I hope for the best.
I thought our main character, Felicia, was very immature and a horrible friend. View all 3 comments. So far as the dystopian stuff goes, Level 2 is not the most dystopian novel ever, but there’s obviously some creepy stuff happening because of I want to know more about him. In fact, this issue reoccurs several times during the read and it was frustrating.
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.
Trying to cater to the majority. May 16, Hilary Graham rated it it was amazing. We don’t even see the ‘bad guys’ until the last few pages, and the ‘climax’ is summarized for us in a few paragraphs.
She does complain, but as soon as she finishes doing that, she throws herself bodily into a task. After reviewing hundreds of them, she decided to write one. That was me and Level 2. Nobonita Chowdhury Top Reviewer View all my reviews