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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FAQs Advertise Become a member. She makes this work like whoa. Neil is for me. A Sky for Us Alone. I was worried it would be really sad and it is at times but not overly depressing.

Level 2 (Memory Chronicles, book 1) by Lenore Appelhans

How casually, and without looking at me, he shifted the coat on his lap until it spilled over onto mine. This book is told from the setting of an afterlife location called “Level 2.

And even if a lot of Felicia’s memories had to do with Church and her Christian Camp, lenofe didn’t feel like they were trying to shove religion down my throat. The story is told both in the present and in the past, through Felicia’s memories, which gives the reader not only a sense of who she is now, but a real feel for the whole girl who has lost so much in her life. While there were flaws in Lenore’s debut, her writing style and idea was well thought. Since her untimely death the day before her eighteenth birthday, Felicia Ward has been trapped in Level 2, a stark white afterlife located between our world and the next.

Will I continued with the next book?

Materialization was also a cool bonus. Instead of drawing the readers in, the rushed scenes were confusing and lacked necessary detail.

The plot of Level 2 was fast paced and I felt like I was there in Level 2 with the characters. The romance with Neil was unappealing for me, because I personally have never met anyone who is that good, without any visible flaws. Felicia is clearly in love with her boyfriend, so I don’t know what the purpose lfnore the other love interest was. Anther concept I appephans enjoyed was that of the Morati and how they came to be.


Level 2 is a unique story about a girl trying to accept her past mistakes, and find a way to save her afterlife.

Voices buzz all around me, an unusual sound. Felicia’s life in Level 2 is comfortable. Felicia Ward is one of those people. Currently Reading Ashleigh’s bookshelf: At the end when she finally got what she’d wanted for the entire book, I just felt very ambivalent about it.


Oh yeah, and she’s bald. In fact, this issue reoccurs several times during the read and it was frustrating. Lebel much all these drones do all day is relive their memories, and they can even rent other people’s memories if they feel like it.

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

It’s like the author had several different story ideas and decided to utilize them all by smooshing them together. But then I died. The writing is alright and flows easily, lending itself well to a one-sitting read. I loved how that whole net worked, that it was something that I think YA readers will be able to legel to. 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 levfl, but there’s obviously some creepy stuff happening because of The main character was interesting, but I won’t lie and say I connected with her.


Review: Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans

Mar 24, Kelly added it Shelves: The Meme Plague by Angie Smibert. Felicia also hangs out in the hive visiting lenors her friends Veronica a Felicia Ward is currently located at Level 2.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Level 2 gave me the perfect amount of shake-up in anticipation for the next book BUT considering that Level 2 won’t hit the bookshelves until early I’m stomping my foot like a toddler. You’ll all be glad to know that I’ve got Level 2 tucked away in my brain, so we’re good. Want to Read saving…. It’s a pastiche of various genres that don’t quite fit together, but don’t quite clash, either. When she sees Julian again, a fling that she had back on Earth, in this Level, she knows there’s more to this than s I’ve seen this book around the blogosphere quite a bit, and when I heard Lenore Appelhans was coming to visit my town, I knew I had to read it stat!

You know how sometimes you really want to like a book or just kind of expect that you will appelahns everyone likes it and it’s full of things you enjoy?

He sent them to be thankless caretakers of the afterlife’s waiting room, to serve humanity as a penance for their indecision. Appelhans premise taps into a appflhans human question—what happens after we die—and delivers the answer through a sharp and twisty plot. Jan 16, Melanie rated it did not like it Shelves: I mean, a stop-off between Earth and What Comes After isn’t a new thought, but Appelhans spruces it up and gives it a whole new feel.