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At first, I thought that a love triangle that involved two brothers and a stranger was kind of hot. Not a lot of people can write this kind of stuff now, can they? I really wanted to know what will happen since Peter was out of the picture. But, it was all so much in one book. And really the rest of the family was taking her side. Oh, btw.
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I mean, if he really loved his brother even if peter tried to kill alice he would back off. So, Alice is just a selfish screwed up person who likes to break families apart. And well, because he left. Jack is kind of an ass. And what about the whole turning thing? Not cool. How would Peter feel? Did he think about that? Probably not because someone made him think that he hates Peter. Milo was just I don't feel much for him.
Damn, that chick needs a therapist I do not like her. She seems pretty useless and molded from crap. I don't like the way Alice treats them. When ever they do something that she doesn't like she bitchs about it. For all I know, they can kick her butt out of the house and their lives.
But they're too nice for that. They're so nice sometimes it's sickening. I mean two stars? I hate to write a negative review about this book because I really love this author, but this is honestly one of the most boring books I have read in a really long time. The main character, Alice, was very one-dimensional, and came across as very whiny.bathstereford.tk
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I didn't like her character for the same reason I didn't like Bella in "Twilight" - too whiny and way too obsessive over her boyfriend. Just because your boyfriend doesn't see you for two days is no reason to completely lose who you are. I do not I hate to write a negative review about this book because I really love this author, but this is honestly one of the most boring books I have read in a really long time.
I do not like this trend that many YA novels seem to be following, in that your life sucks if you don't have a boyfriend. Girls this age need to be reading books on how it's OK to be single and how you can be strong and be your own woman. There is also extremely bad grammar which drove me crazy.
The worst were characters constantly saying "want to come with? I know that it would make since for some of the teenagers to say that since it is unfortunately popular but for the more educated characters with multiple degrees and who supposedly lived in a time where that would have been a major faux pas is completely ludicrous.
For a writer to allow that is unexceptionable to me. They are just enforcing the the belief that it is okay. View all 3 comments. This has been an unusual reading experience for me. I'm sticking with the series, I think because I want to see where the story goes and if the writing improves - and I'm a little masochistic. As it stands after My Blood Approves and Fate , the writing screams amateur, which isn't great for a published work that you pay for. The number of grammatical errors is shameful, Hocking uses a paragraph to describe what easily one sentence could and her characters all sp This has been an unusual reading experience for me.
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The number of grammatical errors is shameful, Hocking uses a paragraph to describe what easily one sentence could and her characters all speak the same way - like teenagers. That's not good when very old, educated vampires say things like "Gonna" and "Wanna come with?
Honestly, I can't understand why Alice mopes around so much. She could start by getting a new best friend Jane is awful and her poor mother - goodness, she may not be Mother of the Year but there's far worse. It seems to me most of the teenagers in these books make life changing decisions - like becoming a vampire - based purely on their teenage hormones and nothing else. The constant references to brand names is frustrating.
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I'm Australian and have no idea what a "Dickies" is and can't be bothered Googling it to be honest. Also, I think these types of references date a book.
It's not like she's talking about Chanel. I admire how Amanda Hocking has made a name for herself via the self-publishing route but am disappointed in the lack of care she's taken so far in this series. I'll continue reading got the rest of the series from the library but it's a bit of a chore at the moment. View all 4 comments. Once again, the grammatical errors can be distracting, as they were in the last book, but still some might enjoy this vampire tale. Alice is still flighty and insincere, and in this second book in the series, she becomes extremely annoying at times.
Her lack of focus and initiative to get a handle on her life, her desires, and her future goals is slightly annoying. Once again, I found Milo much more enjoyable than Alice as a solid character. Milo knows exactly what he wants in life, a Once again, the grammatical errors can be distracting, as they were in the last book, but still some might enjoy this vampire tale. Milo knows exactly what he wants in life, and even his life altering accident doesn't stop him from pursuing his 'life'.
If you enjoyed the first book even a little, then you might enjoy this one as well.
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Alice is still struggling with her duel relationships, and even though Peter has run off, she still thinks about him despite the fact that she claims to love Jack more. Jack, on the other hand, keep Alice at a distance claiming it is safer for her, and a new strain is put on their relationship after Milo's accident. Once again, if you liked the first book enough to continue reading, then you might enjoy this one as well. He basically betrayed his brother. Thirdly, the end? I like hocking but goddamn. Frostfire and Konstantin and now this shit? Fuck off. Stop taking my money.
Ahh it's so addicting. I'm adopting Alice's sleeping patterns thanks to this series. In the beginning when Alice was angry and upset, I was actually in a bad mood for her lol. I found myself snapping at my family for no reason other than I was upset for Alice. I was seriously sucked into this book. It's almost 3am and I have to force myself to put my nook away now and not read Flutter yet.
It's just so good!