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Çok ilginç ve görünüşte iyi araştırılmış.

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NY Times yetişkin gerçekten iyi bir inceleme okuduktan sonra daha iyi bekleniyor sanırım. Kötü değildi, ama bir genç ve öğretmeni arasında bir dizi seks sahnesi olmasına rağmen gerçekten yeni, hatta çok ilginç bir şey bulamadım. Ebeveynlerle empati kurdum ve bazı sahneler oldukça otantik hissetti (ve bu nedenle üç yıldız), ancak genel olarak biraz yetersiz kaldım. Dil de, Espach'ın kasıtlı olarak örtülü metaforlar kullanması gibi, aşırı derecede çiçekli ve belirsiz görünüyordu. Beni zaman zaman çamurun içinde dolaşıyormuşum gibi hissettirdi. Genel olarak, kötü bir okuma değil, sadece daha iyi olabilirdi hissediyorum.

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** spoiler alert ** Oh, goodness. I'm going to feel really badly about this if I'm wrong, but I get the feeling that this was meant to be a satire of the mystery-romance type genre. Why do I feel this way? Perhaps it has to do with the seven gents presented as love-interests for our main character. Or with the fact that one ends up dating her sister and another ends up dating her mother. Or maybe it with the three-to-one date with the band guys, each of whom was in the early twenties ("We've been reading Cosmopolitan.") And the part where she holds up the bad guy with a glue gun? Definitely a contributing factor. ("You should've shot him." "I couldn't. It wasn't plugged in.") Also, at the police station: Bad Cop: Don't mess with me! Isabel Stanley: I'm not! You don't have to scare my into spilling my guts. I'll spill them without the act. Good Cop: What act? I.S.: Good cop, bad cop.... Don't feel bad. You do it very well. It's just that I was expecting it. I can pretend I don't notice if you want. So, apologies to author and fans if I'm wrong, but I definitely think that this is a mystery-romance satire. And I think it's a very good satire. I laughed. Out loud. It's possible I was a little punch-drunk, since it was three in the morning, but I still laughed. Out loud.