‘The past lives series’ is quite an interesting concept. Avery and Landon are destined to be together and each time they live their souls find a way to meet. Along the way spirit guides help the pair, but they still tend to encounter problems that try separate them, and encourage them to meet other people.
The Unravelling of Avery Snow is the second book in the series. In this instalment Avery is trying to forge a life without Landon, his memories have been shaved and he doesn’t remember they should be together. Avery begins a relationship with someone else but it is clear to followers of the series that she really should be with Landon.
When I read book one of the series ‘The Many Lives of Avery Snow’ I wasn’t overly impressed, infact I was quite disappointed, the story didn’t pull me in and I found the writing erratic, with unnatural dialogue and flat characters. This part is much better, the writing is tighter and the plot has more depth. Though some areas are still lacking, the overall execution of the plot makes for a much more comfortable read in the second book.
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