God's Eye by A.J. Scudiere
Release Date: October 1, 2011
Publisher: Griffyn Ink
Received from: NetGalley
Rating: 4 Stars
Cover Thoughts: I actually never even looked at the cover when I picked out this book. I just really liked the synopsis
Review: I want to take my time writing this review. There are so many parts to this book for me to process.
I will start with the Characters. Katherine. GAH I hated her at the beginning she was so annoying. She never thought anything for herself. But out of all the book's I've read this year, she made the biggest turn-a-round. Going from a blind follower to a fantastic leader. I think it is so sad that the people who should have been her biggest supporter's in life were the ones holding her back.
Allistair and Zachary are the two guys in the story. There can't be much said without giving to much away about them. I hated Allistair in the very beginning, but Zachary's arrogance was so frustrating. A.J. Scudiere did a fabulous job weaving these characters. I did figure out who Katherine would choose (or rather I really hoped!) even though the choice felt so conflicting. I like how things were explained. Most books you don't get a great explanation as to why suddenly these two guys must fight over this one woman. But in this book the explanation given was so well written and I really liked how it was done.
This is my favorite quote
"There isn't a specific place. They are both in many places, sometime the same place. It's just here... part of the people. You can live in one and your neighbour in the other. Some people are caught in between. Some find heaven in the darkest times and others will be in hell no matter how the world is around them. Sometimes it's yours to find or to make. And sometimes it finds you. But it isn't a place you can go to. It isn't a place either Zachary or I can send you to."
This book makes you think about ripples. How your choices effect the people around you. How perception can be changed or altered based on your beliefs and people around you. This book isn't religious but it makes you wonder what is true and what isn't true in religion. If that makes sense. I would be curious as to what A.J. Scudiere's beliefs. But I am at the point where I don't really know what to say about the book. I greatly enjoyed it and will definitely read it again. The ending while was kinda annoying was exactly what I wanted it to be! and I am so happy Margot and Liam are getting married!!