Now, I'm NOT gonna tell you what this book is about--you can find it yourselves on its Amazon page! And you can read the reviews there, too. But of course you already knew that! Duh! :P
So why am I here babbling about it?
Because I think that, for us (aspiring) authors, there's a lot to learn from the line-by-line writing. For me, the cadence was beautiful and the sentences were mostly great. DeStephano knew how to convey everything she wanted in a scene, using interesting details (and I mean this, because sometimes too many details bore me to death). She also knew how to flesh out the characters in a way that kept you hooked, without bogging down the pace.
If you choose to read this one, I'd recommend to pay attention to those things, the way the sentences flow, the way things are described and make you feel you're really there, talking to the MCs.
So. Do you have any novel you'd like to recommend? I mean, that will help us hone our writing skills as we pay attention to how pros do it? ;)