I suppose this could be considered cute. A magical journey condensed into 3 minutes. In the end I wanted more. More insight, more writing, more everything.
He narrows down the tropes of a fantastical adventure. Things you might find in any story. So in that it was enchanting.
Nothing wrong with that
I wanted something more substantial from the Master.
You want revenge
Yes for most of the novel. There were a few spots where I thought it was kind of slow, but overall that just added to the suspense.
She really made the characters feel the emotion.
Yes, but its a spoiler and so I shouldn't write it here.
VC Andrews is one of my new favs and I went on and bought the second book in the series.
The first part really sets this book up for a huge epic. King's detail as to how the world ends is fantastic. I think everyone agrees with that. So, okay we agree to make the journey...all 50 hours of it. Unabridged. We follow these characters to the bitter end and for what? An end that DOES NOT satisfy.
No. Well, the first part yes. The rest no...just too disappointing.
No, but Grover was awesome.
The end was such a rediculous let down. You just know King didn't know how to end it so just wrote something.
How well fleshed out the world is and the main characters ingenuity. Also the magic system is so good you think you can learn and master it.
Just the lack of action and suspense. His character Qvouthe makes a lot of assertions about himself but is not so forth coming to show it.
He did but I felt he over acted. The narrator became more prominent than the story.
No. Too long for that
I found myself irked by the narrators characterization and wondered if this colored my enjoyment of the book. Also the main character seemed a little too full of himself. Would have liked more danger.
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