Jacek Barwacz Barwacz từ Tejpura, Rajasthan, Ấn Độ
For fellow San Diegans, this is the guy who writes that column in the Reader that reviews different church services. However, this book has nothing to do with church. It's mostly about food.
Hey, if it worked the first time. Call of the Wild in reverse, not quite as gripping.
** spoiler alert ** I am so glad I am finally done with the series. I'm not sure why all the hype about this series. As a tweenager's book, I think it's fine but not even close to the Harry Potter-esque hype it got. I never liked Bella or Edward through all four books. I did like that there weren't any sex scenes and that she waited until she was in a committed relationship before she had sex. I think the author is obsessed with skin color and wealth. Don't even let me get started about what I think she thinks of brown people. This last book read like a pro-life pamphlet through the first half. I really enjoyed reading it from Jacob's point of view. The story picks up once she stops describing how beautiful and rich everyone is and actually tells the story. The ending was cute though I was annoyed that Jacob ends up being the nanny and family dog, so to speak.