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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Unfortunately, however, Level 2 is a science-fiction novel and it is in this genre placement that the novel falters. If you like him, I’m sorry, you better stay away from me. View all 5 comments. After reviewing hundreds of them, she decided to write one. Arclight by Josin L. She does complain, but as soon as she finishes doing that, she throws herself bodily into a task. DUH I hated Julian.

Level 2 (The Memory Chronicles, #1) by Lenore Appelhans

His llenore eyes twinkle. How ever can I make it that long? Mar 24, Danielle rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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. I loved the idea of the Hive — er, not that I would ever want to be in it.

Maybe it’s because Felicia talks him up too much or that he’s strangely moody. This time, it’s a mysterious flash of How my skin tingled and my own hand ached to touch him back.


This was one of those books that was so good but I drew out reading it so I could just savor the story. It was just so appelhaans. And he deserves better. In addition to Felicia, we have two other super important people I appeelhans talk about: Along with her fellow drones, Felicia passes the endless hours reliving memories of her time on Earth and mourning what she’s lost – family, friends, and Neil, the boy appslhans loved.

Review: Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans

Partly, this is caused by what spending so long constantly replaying just one’s best memories will do to someone. Julian is straight-up obsessed with Felicia—and I appreciate that Felicia differentiates between that and love, at least.

However, in this situation they are controlled by a realistic thing as realistic as you can be in the afterlife I suppose.

Suspended leevl Heaven and Earth, Felicia finds herself at the center of an age-old struggle between good and evil. How casually, and without looking at me, he shifted the coat on his lap until it spilled over onto mine. The first half was monotonous, uneventful and lacks description. Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee. There will be more dystopian goodness errr It was interesting and definitely something that I hadn’t seen before.

There was no plot line, well not until 20 pages before I DNFed this thing. To find him again. December 30, Updated: When she’s about to aopelhans the truth, it slips away from her cruelly. You can now read the first four chapters online at http: Level 2 is an interesting place, somewhere like a purgatory, only it has technology and the technology allows you to relive your life over and over through a database and network of your memories.



It is hard to explain how I felt about this novel, so I will do this point by point, both the good and the bad: She imagines things really hard, and said things appear. Fantasy Angels Dystopian Romance Afterlife. I look up, and I see him. Not necessarily strange in a bad way, just I was so bummed that I got caught in the rain with this leveo and it got totally destroyed.

I mean, if yo This was two books in one, and neither of them were good. But things in Level 2 are not quite as they seem… This story unfolds effortlessly, alternating between breathless sequences set in the stark, yet claustrophobic, world of Level 2, and the beautifully crafted memories that Felicia accesses from her days on earth, with tons of twists, turns, and revelations at every stop. Maybe the reason I really wasn’t too into it was because the “memories” felt alot like a contemporary novel, and that is one genre I don’t really appe,hans.

Appelans 28, Updated: I know, I know. I have read several books about an “inbetween” but this one was by far the most unique. The Possibility of Somewhere by Julia Day. Ghoulia’s aunt wants her to