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Raghu Dixit Dixit itibaren Sitochoro 403 00, Yunanistan

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Dostum, otuz gibi olmak tamamen berbat, eğer bir arkadaşının gerçekten sevdiğiniz bir kızın varlığında şeytanlarını ele geçirmesine yardım edemezseniz. Kanka.

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I wanted to read this because there was so much hype around it so I decided to give it a shot. MEH So if you want me to bluntly tell you what the hell is going on with this book I'll put it in simple terms: This self-pitying girl named Aislinn can see faeries (I deliberately read her name as Aisling because that's the more common form and Aislinn with an extra "n" was annoying. You could compare it to Anne with no (ne). Anyways, this feeble girl goes through this whole "woe is me" phase throughout the whole book. And her basic solution to the cliche "drama" in her life is macking her best friend turned boytoy Seth... every other chapter was like skin-to-skin and I was like "where the f*** is the plot?" ENTER KEENAN: a desperate boy, or may I say pimp(?) whose sole purpose of life for the past 9 centuries is wooing girls. And judging from the immense multitude "Summer Girls" (Keenan's past love interests) He was a player. Lets end it at that. Basically, he feebly relies on his beauty (hotness) to catch Aislinn's eye. (How original) But Aislinn, being a determined meek girl goes all I-don't-care-leave-me-alone kind of type. YES, Aislinn is another repetitive protagonist who tries to abate her relationship with Keenan but it's pretty crystal clear how stories like these end. I was only on like what, page 24 when I went all oracle on myself and predicted the future of this book. So folks, what you're getting here is nothing we haven't already seen before (Thank you Stephenie Meyer for the Twilight Series) If you like teenagers groping each other and pointless drama with no plot, no substantial events, and monotonous books then for sure, add this to your collection of pitiful books. Ta-ta.