This book is completely insulting to women and a thinly veiled catholic sermon. I was expecting a fun scy-fi/fantasy book and instead was hugely disappointed. The book speaks of the inherent "bitchiness" of women, suggests that a baby born in incest has "evil" on it's soul and a describes this poor woman who's father is trying to offer her up as a sex slave for death as "un-special, and un-remarkable" when it's pretty remarkable to me that she didn't run screaming out of the room. Terrible book.
not written it
Any sort of activity, action, use of power and a different narrator. The one she picked sounded like she wanted to commit suicide from reading. Dull, dull, dull.
Picked another narrator, sounded like she was overdosing on Valium. Put some actual activity into the book. It was just hours of nothing, nothing happened, nothing was revealed. So boring.
It was about witches, there was so much good potential there, but way too much time was spent on a simpering heroine going to yoga and splurging on eggs and bacon at breakfast. Even the vampire was boring. Nothing actually happened, even the romance aspect was lame. HUGE waste of $
Unfortunately everything was a disappointment. I now understand why there are so few books in this genre. It's incredibly lame. The actors, and there are many, are pompous and silly. There's really no point to the story. I'm super disappointed because I LOVE Neil Gaiman, however, this one really really really missed the mark.
not sure, I'm going to need a break after this one
The horrible over-acting and ridiculous inflections. Tone it down, I couldn't tell if the writing was pretty or not because the reading was awful.
Frustration, annoyance and finally total disappointment.
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