Thangaraj Ganapathy Ganapathy từ Zavareh, Isfahan, I-ran
Thực sự buồn cười, với một bí ẩn đàng hoàng - một vài vết cắt trên mức nhiếp chính điển hình.
I decided to read this book instead of City of Glass because it was thinner and I thought I could get through it quicker. I didn't expect to read it so fast! There was a lot of white space and the scenes were very short, which helped me to get into the mind of Janie, a girl who - whether awake or asleep - falls into the dreams of anyone around her who is sleeping, which breaks apart her consciousness much like the text. The story was exciting, although there was a point where I thought the character of Cabel, a boy who likes Janie and has extremely violent dreams, was going in a completely different direction. Was the ending wrapped up a bit too neatly (deus ex machina)? Sure, but it was a fun read. I'm not sure if I'm hooked enough to read Fade, but I liked this one. This is a book that is best for high school age teens due to the language (there are also some sexual situations, largely due to sexual dreams), and would also be great for reluctant readers due to the fast pace of the story.