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All three books in the Zellie Wells trilogy, Glimpse, Glimmer and Glow, in one volume....

Title : Zellie Wells Trilogy
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ISBN : 9781463709679
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 596 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Zellie Wells Trilogy Reviews

  • Sherry
    2018-11-11 16:09

    Overall 2.5 Stars. I liked the first book, Glimpse, the best. 3 Stars for that one. I felt it had a fairly interesting start. At least enough for me to read more considering I had the trilogy.Book 2, Glimmer, I felt was a little weaker. I was hoping that it was suffering a little from middle book syndrome and that things would pick up in the last book. I felt the "bad" guy was pretty weak. Maybe 2.5 Stars.The final book, Glow, I liked the least. I really just wanted it to be over. 2 stars.I would not recommend this series to a friend.

  • Lashae
    2018-11-10 16:14

    this was a great trilogy that i truly enjoyed reading i hope this author continues to write amazing books like this one

  • Alice
    2018-11-06 16:22

    I read the first book separately so here is that reveiw...Okay this book started out really bad and really cheesy but I got it anyway cause it was free in the apple store. But it started to get REALLY good! Then , I got a new Kindle (!!!!!) and decided to read it there instead of the small screen of my iPhone; they were both free, so why not? Anyway like I said, super cheesy in the beginning, the author used phrases such as "yuck-o-rama". I was like honestly? Real teenagers don't talk like that... And also in the beginning the book moved super fast, it was annoying because it was like a three year old was telling the story; just a three year old with a big vocabulary and proper grammar. But after the first few chapter the story got really good. The plot was original, kept you guessing, and the characters I loved. There is also so much drama too. but that made a better story. And the best part...the author stopped using pathetic phrases like "yuck-o-rama".And this is a review for the series as a whole (not the plot, just my general conclusion(it's kind of all over the place))...Ok, so all over great plot line and great characters. My favorite part of the whole series was Ben. A gay teenager, who liked to make sarcastic comments, had a good sense of humor, and a genuine heart. From what I hear from others, he is a lot like Jace from the Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare, except Jace isn't gay. Again there were some really cheesy parts and they kind of reminded me of the House of Night series, not bad, just amusing to read. :) The first book of the series is free on the Kindle and iBook store, so i recommend you give it a try. The whole series is 7.99 together so its a cheap read and immensely good.

  • Angela ReadingCave
    2018-11-03 22:04

    I like the concept of the books. Zellie being a Retroact-seeing into the future and then being able to stop time. Her sister being a part of her “retro-activeness”. The books were a little slow in areas. The parental relationships were a little too much for me. Actually it reminded me of a daytime talk show like Maury. Zellie’s relationship with Avery is interesting. She is way to forgiven of the things that he does. Once he figures some stuff out he is an okay guy. Until he does you kinda just want to roll your eyes at him and scream you can do so much better. Ben and Chris’ characters do develop in the last book.

  • Katie
    2018-11-17 22:19

    This series was a really fun read. Lots of stories to keep up with, so make sure you're paying attention!!!! One by one, a new character with supernatural abilities, is introduced. The story builds on each of their special abilities coupled with the visions they experience. In particular, each of the supernatural characters or Retroacts, has daily visions of their soulmate AKA trigger, meeting their demise. On top of trying to find a way to keep the ones they love from death, they are faced to battle the evil "queen" Retroact who has nothing but bad intentions for their kind.

  • Christel Grady
    2018-11-07 22:56

    Ok, so I cheated and only read Glow, but I've read the other two books before. Some more than once. I loved this! It had a great conclusion, yet left it open for future novels of which I would like to see more of. I adore the characters, and gained a lot of insight into motivation and history from this third installment. Hopefully, Stacey won't make us wait forever for the next book?! (hint) I will definitely be reading this trilogy again in the future!

  • Michelle
    2018-11-11 20:14

    I thought this was good. I read the combo book so it is was hard to rate each book. But I really enjoyed this. I did find everyone's acceptance of the odd a little hard to swallow, but I loved how this book had heros that are not the norm of most books. I don't know if I have ever read a book with so MANY with good intentions gone wrong. I would not mind seeing how this played out.

  • Lauren
    2018-10-28 17:54

    Glimpse (Zellie Wells, #1) - 2 starsKind of boring and I got a little tired of the characters. Nothing really stuck out to capture my attention, it was a nice book for a quick read but nothing exceptional. I thought the characters just needed a little bit more depth and personality. Not finishing series

  • Tasha
    2018-10-30 17:03

    I just finished the trilogy and i absolutely loved it i cant wait to re-read it again in the near future. The 3 stories kept me on the edge of the seat wondering what would happen next, if something would go wrong, if i would fall in love with the book... just perfect. Great ending to a great beginning

  • Emily Read
    2018-11-04 23:21

    I really enjoyed this little series. It's an urban fantasy aimed at young adults but isn't the same old 'vampire/other supernatural being & human love affair' making this a refreshing and fun read. Great characters, unique and memorable plot. Happily no 'woe is me' monologues!

  • Amy
    2018-11-16 15:15

    I got the first book of the trilogy for free and flew through it! So, I immediately bought the trilogy on my Kindle. In you're a fan of paranormal, romance, & YA - this book is up your alley.

  • Danni
    2018-10-20 16:11

    I hipped through these 3 stories in 3 days. I really enjoyed them. I reminded me of a couple of shows growing up ... Loved the "wonder twin powers" ref.

  • Michelle
    2018-10-28 20:59

    At first, I wasn't a fan, but then the second book was good and the third book was good, besides the wrap-it-quickly happy ending.

  • Alicia Lord
    2018-10-24 17:01

    First book was intriguing - second was ok - third completely lost me and DNF, which is saying something because I was pretty invested at that point.

  • Nikki
    2018-10-30 14:52

    This was a fun series for if you love YA books, this is for you, I read all three fast, I loved the wonder twins reference but I am now dating myself.oh boy. enjoy

  • Peggy
    2018-10-22 21:04

    finished book #1 7/29/17 book #2 8/21/17

  • Erin Watson
    2018-11-16 21:57

    I loved these books but the 3rd in the series was a bit of a let down, as it wasn't as good as the other 2 in the trilogy. Overall they were really good books, and I enjoyed the storyline