Sera and Luke are twins who share everything – including their secret abilities. She can heal with a touch and he can see the future. Luke’s visions of the future are always accurate, so when he Sees Sera in a dangerous situation, he grows increasingly concerned. As time ticks by and Luke is unable to change his vision, some surprising allies come forward and the twins discover that they are not the only ones who are more than they seem. With help from their friends, Luke and Sera must find a way to save Sera’s life and defeat a great evil before Luke’s vision comes true.
J. Meyers has created an interesting world, with appealing characters, but unfortunately this does not carry through to the story itself. Intangible has to be one of the slowest moving fantasy novels I’ve read. It seems like the first 200 pages are spent repeating the fact that Luke and Sera are special and many beings are searching for them. Things in the story that felt like they should have been given more weight were glossed over, while other items were repeated endlessly. The characters in Intangible were both likeable and believable, but I was often frustrated by the fact that no one was sharing important information. While I found Luke and Sera to be a bit dull, the secondary characters had an aura of mystery and obvious power that made me eager to know more about them. There isn’t a lot of action in the first part of Intangible, but the intensity increases towards the end of the novel. And the ending did a fantastic job of creating further interest in the series.
Intangible is built upon an interesting concept, but the story didn’t grip me as much as I would have liked. But you really shouldn’t take my word for it… I have yet to find another bad review of this book, and I am definitely in the minority with these feelings.
*I received this book for review from the author.