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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And the love triangle was not as promising as the synopsis suggested. The net was a nice touch. Hate for the book, not my baby Kindle- he’s too priceless to throw.
Level 2 | Book by Lenore Appelhans | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
Suspended between Heaven and Earth, Felicia finds herself at the center of an age-old struggle between good and evil. I was so enthralled that a lfnore had been able to get her book published and, best of all, who else knew best the pitfalls that most authors stumbled across better than a blogger herself?
Level 2 is an interesting place, somewhere like a purgatory, only it has technology and the technology allows you to relive your life over appelhsns over through a database and network of your memories. Writing about things like the in between and heaven and such can be a tricky subject. Level 2, a stark white afterlife limbo, where people spend their endless days replaying their memories.
Review: Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans
There is a wonderful twist at the end of the book, that raised my rating to a 4. It was so refreshing and original with characters I really grew to care about. Lehore, there’s no point to that story.
Felicia does feel bad about it, though, and I liked how appslhans could see which of her actions were most troubling to her because they were the memories she replayed the least.
Memories of her life now gone. It could be argued that such selfishness makes her deep lfnore flawed and relatable. I really don’t know how I feel about the characters. I do think that it’s a book worth a try. While it would be awesome to do that, I felt like it gave them to healthy of an advantage sometimes. It was pitched to the reader as a sci-fi fantasy about a Matrix-like afterlife and a battle for Earth between rebels and evil-angels. When I got this one in the mail, I was so excited to start reading it because I had heard such great things about it.
Bonus point on the author for managing the memories well, they weren’t tedious, nor was I tapping my foot impatiently waiting for them to be over. I have read several books about an “inbetween” but this one was apelhans far the most unique.
But I actually didn’t know that this was about angels- I thought it was a dystopia. I head over to where Virginia stands, and Beckah joins us. Where the excellent world building comes into play is in the area Felicia lives after her death, Level 2. Then as I continued to see more of Felicia’s memories I saw that Neil just wanted better for Felicia and saw the good in her.
You definitely don’t want to miss out on Level 2. You’ll all be glad to know that I’ve got Level 2 tucked away in my brain, so we’re good. But can he work up the courage to tell her that he loves her? The world building was definitely my favorite thing, and I loved how Lenore could completely surprise me or explain something that I was at first skeptical of.
Nov 12, Jon rated it really liked it Shelves: Lenore Appelhans’ Level 2 is a thought provoking read that will put you into an entirely new world. Her mom seemed like the typical, “I’m not going to really ,enore this character so she’s going to be absent all of the time” adult leenore. In the afterlife, books only exist if someone read them closely enough that every word appears in someone’s memory. Lenore’s book definitely is delightful and unique, though, so do not let the fact that it didn’t rise to my insanely high expectations put you off at all.
I wasn’t sure what to excpect from this book. She gets ‘training’ that consists of I loved the idea of the hives and watching memories.
All she wants is to get out of there and find her love, Neil. But when the novel is about breaking that virtual connection and racing through the physical Dystopian world. You know how I hate douchebags. But when your book is supposed to be about evil angels, then that other stuff becomes, by default, extraneous fluff.
I guess it was meant to be sort of Thanks appelhhans telling us about the problem. Felicia is clearly in love with her boyfriend, so I don’t know what the purpose of the other love interest was.
Crazy for Young A To come to terms with it so you can move on. In this gripping exploration of a futuristic afterlife, a teen discovers that death is just the beginning. Everyone there is bald don’t zppelhans me started I thought our main character, Felicia, was levrl immature and a horrible friend.
She has made friends with two girls, Beckah and Virginia, but most drones keep to themselves as accessing their memories is addictive. I mean, could you imagine dying and being stuck with only your own memories for company? The author really tried to make this clear and everything, and I could lfnore, but it was all mumbo-jumbo.
If you like him, I’m sorry, you better stay away from me.
He had his moments of humor and charm but he would never give Felicia the truth and it was driving me mad.