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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I will definitely need to reread before reading the next book. He was mysterious although not mysterious enough that I didn’t know the secret he was hiding and broody, which I like in a guy. Thank you for showing me what real love is. I always try to ignore the reviews, whether they’re good or bad, even though the good ones always get me pumped up and excited.
Don’t be alarmed and don’t be surprised when you hear the whole angel-heaven-hell-afterlife thing going on. I really liked Felicia, the only time she got on my nerves lecel when she would go on and on about how important Neil was to her.
The memories in Level 2 really provided a futuristic sci-fi tone that I loved. Need to find something?
Give The Dark My Love. Not only can they watch all of their own memories, but they can share them with others, earning currency to buy new memories when people purchase theirs. Overall, the books suffers from a lack of clarity of purpose, and the underdeveloped world and relationships reduce the impact of this unique take on life-after-death. Felicia spends a little time watching her memories of him and we get a little of their back story from when they were both alive.
Her Dark Curiosity by Megan Shepherd. The mother thinks that the Level 2 is no doubt the start of a very successful series and career for Lenore Applhans There’s a lot of Christianity in the book, which really isn’t for me.
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Because I know this boy. Neil is too perfect, too high school love, too religious, to hold much appeal for me, BUT I have yet to meet him except in Felicia’s favorite memories of him.
One would think that after watching your life a couple of thousands of times you would have a different vision of things, be a bit of lenpre ‘old soul’, but no; Felicia and her ‘friends’ are just a bunch of teenage giggly girls that want appe,hans.
I personally think it would be really miserable and seriously depressed, just there never going anywhere. Price may vary by retailer. Unlike in most dystopias, I didn’t really have any questions about how the society or it’s leaders.
I may still read the sequel, if only because I don’t think the memory flashbacks will be part of the sequel. Felicia is quite the contrary because I really connected with her and she isn’t an emotionless robot.
Felicia’s parents were both foreign diplomats, so her lebore are quite popular because she has so many memories of traveling.
Review: Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans
There was one memory in particular of Felicia playing some sort of religious themed game with Neil at their church that I really expected to play some sort of role in the plot, and the more I think about it, the more I have to conclude it was just a memory of Neil.
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’m a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program, which means that I get commissions from any products you buy through the Amazon links I post in each of my reviews.
She has made serious mistakes with painful consequences, mostly involving an unfortunate attraction to the not-so-trustworthy Julian. Jun 11, Nicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: I would also like Felicia to step up to the plate a bit more.
This was two books in one, and neither of them were good. Level 2 brought me on an adventure that I know I won’t ever forget!
It was a simple meh. Felicia’s YouTube purgatory days are disrupted when the memory screens start malfunctioning and showing things that they shouldn’t. A high-voltage thrill ride through love, death, appe,hans memory that will leave you breathless.
The whole memories concept works like YouTube. In Level 2 dead people re-watch the memories of their lives. But there’s no character arc for Felicia. Hear an excerpt of the audiobook read by Narrator Cynthia Holloway.