You have, in general, written very eloquent, expressive reviews describing why you liked it and I have read and enjoyed those reviews. Wither fans, I might be mean after this point. The basic concept of this book is Let me start by saying that I know numerous people who liked or loved this book, and that I see why someone would and I mean no disrespect to your opinions. The basic concept of this book is bullshit.
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Yeah, we see Vaughn with a body in a gurney but anything outside of that window is pure conjecture. I might as well read them. Hurricane season starts in June! They are both post-apocalyptic and about twins cruelly separated, trying to find each other. I think I probably got a lot more insight into a poly-amorous marriage from the TV Show Big Love than I ever did from this book which is a pity because this book would have been the perfect avenue to do so.
Good luck with that. She wants freedom, we know. Is the reader really supposed to feel sympathetic towards a man who refuses to learn anything about the world? The villain is too villainous. Also supposedly, the whole word except for the smallest bit of North America has been killed off in some cataclysmic war, in the process melting all the ice caps and sinking all the continents. His father keeps him in the dark. He was a cardboard cutout character, two dimensional at best.
What happens now is that young girls are kidnapped and sold into polygamous marriage to procreate. Not This book makes so little sense that it was almost painful to read. The twin thing is pretty dominant in the story too, and it was mentioned that Rhine and her brother were the first non-deformed twins her parents had.
First off, I have to point out that I felt the world building is extremely flawed. He reminded me of the greasy guy but worse from Pride and Prejudice that ends up marrying the friend. She is the girl who never stops fighting. Rhine shows more anger towards a teenage girl, who is just as much as a victim, than Linden.
I wonder how her detefano was getting along. About 70 year prior to the beginning of the story, humanity got itself into a huge bind. No fancy words, no unnecessary metaphors, no exaggerated hyperbole. The one thing that I sort of liked about her laren that she was usually happy about something. The words on paper were good enough to get me from beginning to end. Linden, the husband, is too ignorant. TOP 10 Related.
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