Cecile Godin Godin itibaren Buda, Lviv Oblast, Ukrayna
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** spoiler alert ** Hands down, the worst of the twilight books.Now, If you are a twi-hard, skip over this comment because you might possibly want to track down my ip address and hack my face off. Just saying. This might be brutal. Okay, here we go.... When I first read twilight...I was hooked. I read the first 3 books in...3 days. It was so bad I skipped a school dance and just about read in ALL my classes. Needless to say, any quiz/test I took during that period received around a C or D. I got barely any homework done. I admit, it was sad. After the fourth day (meaning breaking dawn), I was done. Just like that. Then, about a month later, I couldn't handle it anymore and I started to reread Breaking Dawn. And as I sat in the car, rereading the story I had once loved, I actually LOOKED at the writing and grammar and storyline and facts. I then thought, "Oh, my God....this...this...this is SHIT." And thus ended the obsession. Me being me, I reread the series just in case it was only the first book that sucked but NO. Breaking Dawn was the worst. The series should have ended with Eclipse because what happened in BD was completely irrelevant to the story. Yes,everyone wanted Bella to be turned into a vampire and live with Edward forever and etc. etc. etc. But once Victoria was dead in Eclipse, the series should have ended because there really was no point to the rest. The vampire baby was unnecessary and everything that happened after that too. When the Volturi came to confront the Cullen's, I expected some action. (Not THAT kind of action...you pervs.... =) ). Even you twi-hards have to admit. The entire 8 chapters (give or take a few)were completely pointless. Nothing important happened. I'm just saying. I would normally keep going but I think I've done enough damage. Ciao!
Dernier de la trilogie Underworld USA, il termine le cycle sur l'époque Hoover. C'est un peu moins envolé que les deux précédents et l'écriture y est encore plus saccadée. Ca reste cependant très bon.
Were this book to be 150 pages less, leaving out Wolfe's overuse of adjectives and digressions along with the less interesting endeavors of the Merry Pranksters, Kool-Aid would have received 5 stars. However, because I found myself struggling through certain sections of the text, whether from confusion or boredom, the book loses some cool points. It's hard to bore someone with such an interesting subject matter, but Wolfe pulls it off. Even the climax, "The Graduation," seemed to drag on. That being said, Wolfe does something not many journalists have pulled off. This new genre he's created embodies philosophy, humor and realism. Pretty sweet, aye?