Paperback: 318 pages
Twins Sera and Luke Raine have a well-kept secret—she heals with a touch of her hand, he sees the future. All their lives they’ve helped those in need on the sly. They’ve always thought of their abilities as being a gift.Intangible is such a great and captivating read. I really enjoyed the world-buiding in this one, there are a handful of distinct and great characters and the story draws you right in. and I wasn't expecting the many different creatures that are featured in this novel: elves, vampires and don't know what else we will meet in the next book. Even though the novel only has 318 pages, it was a really slow read.
Then Luke has a vision that Sera is killed. That gift they’ve always cherished begins to feel an awful lot like a curse. Because the thing about Luke’s ability? He’s always right. And he can’t do anything about it.
The Plot: The story is written just right, everything happening in the right time and right place in the story. I was positively surprised that many creatures are featured and I'm certainly interested to know more about the elves and vampires and what part they play in the prophecy (and I would like to know more about the prophecy, as well but this is what sequels are for). I also enjoyed the "x-men" aspect of the story with Sera and Luke being gifted and trying to find out more about their powers. As mentioned the story does has a slower pace, even through the action scenes and that bothered me a bit while reading.
The Characters: Sera and Luke are twins and are perfect characters. And no, that's not always a good thing. They have an amazing relationship but sometimes this felt a bit unrealistic. And I almost couldn't find any flaws in these two! However I liked Sera and Mark's relationship, which was full of surprises. Luke and Fey also seems to have a platonic relationship that was really sweet. Now Jonas, he was an interesting character. I would certainly not mind to know more about him! Bad boys are always make a fun read.
Overall, I really liked Intangible. I don't know why I didn't came across it earlier! I'm really thankful for the author to giving me the opportunity to read this novel. It was a more slow-paced (still don't know why that happened since the book has so many twists) novel than I'm used to but it was worthy getting to the end. Now I can't wait to read the sequel and hopefully get me more Jonas and find out more about this wonderful world Meyers created.