Fun and undeniably teenagerish!
Chilling, thought provoking, unique
It is written as a monologe from a patient to her shrink. Very nicely done. Its easy to understand the main character's actions and thought patterns in this form. Brings out her personality, which, while damaged, is also smart and witty.
The first page had me.
Not extreme reactions, but her humor made me smile and I could feel frustration along with the characters.
I was a bit disappointed with the ending, the writing was fine, just wasn't able to appreciate how the mystery was wrapped up.
Even a slightyly more talented writer.
Just by reading the book out loud
the story line could have been great
Author seems to have collated this book with a letter to a cheap porn mag.
With such a long break between books, you would think she could have sat in a a writing class or two! Repetition, repetition, repetition....felt like she just did a copy and paste throughout the book. I don't understand how his sneaking around and hiding his relationship with Merona translates into Ailya's fault, and his excessive angst is mind numbing. Between the Mother's song and his whining, I wanted to drive myself off an overpass. Such a great story, her writing did not do it justice.
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