Today I am going to be reviewing Infinite Days, by Rebecca Maizel.
So basically, the premise of the novel is how would someone who was made into a bloodsucking monster during the Middle Ages respond to suddenly being a human, teenage girl again during nowadays*?
This is a very interesting idea, and worthy of exploring. In fact, I liked many of the ideas in Maizel's novel.
The writing, however, was not of superb caliber. Occasionally, I got glimpses of beautiful writing from Maizel, but they were few & fleeting.
I thought the characters were fairly flat and uninteresting. Occasionally, they said something funny, but reading the novel, I could tell that Maizel thought she was being funny far more often than I did.
This book is okay. No masterpiece. I slogged** through it. I felt like the ending was preposterous. I didn't particularly care about the main character, though it is her story line that drives the novel.
My verdict: very interesting ideas & very poor execution.
*And in case anyone else is wondering, it's a word: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/nowadays
**Yep. This one too: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/slog