Roswell, Gabon | Member Since 2008
Someone looking for a syrupy romance with an impossibly heroic manly man, and can overlook a plot with more holes than baby swiss, might enjoy this book. The ratio of romance to actual story is about four to one. Someone who has difficulty following something more complicated than P.D.Eastman, might find this book enjoyable.
I lost interst in the story after I got bored by poorly written, relentless sex, sex, sex!
Shannon did not perform, she read.
This book was BORING!
What a diapointment because the free first chapters did not indicate it was full of mindless drivel.
Don't waste your money, I hate to even say juvenile because I don't think juveniles would like it either.
Just when I think I might have gotten enough Oddness, Koontz changes the formula enough to pull me back in and David Aaron Baker IS Odd Thomas.
I like reading an Odd Thomas book when I am in the mood for light, creepy, fun.
The fact that I unknowingly bought a book featuring gay sex was not a negative, the fact that it was spoofishly junior high school girly was a total negative. A good looking, professional man working in Paris is NOT ALLOWED to be silly, gushing and girly about his love interest! I learned way too much about everyone's wardrobes than who they were. The book "How I Paid for College: a Novel of Sex,Theft, Friendship, and Musical Theater" by Mark Acito is a fabulous example of laugh out loud, five star work featuring gay issues. The Julliard scene is a classic!
The title "Paris Immortal" was nice.
Sometimes I have to wonder if publishers have any standards when stuff like this is put to paper!
There was a 12 year old girl with the voice of a man reading this book!
From now on, I WILL read the reviews, I WILL read the reviews, I Will read the reviews!
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