Bharath Bhansali Bhansali từ Villamar Mallcu, Bolivia
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The evil, doom-shrouded hero. A nice break from all those upbeat fantasy books. Tragedy stalks Elric's life, and when you have a sword that sucks people's souls, sometimes your friends souls, you can see why.
I'm really glad this was not the first "Pearson" book I'd ever read. I don't know based on this one, if I would have read any of the others. I would have missed out on "Jenna Fox" (and The Miles Between, but it wasn't my favorite either). I'm beginning to wonder if she wasn't just a one hit wonder..... "Scribbler" borrowed just a little bit much from "Romeo and Juliet." It was un-original and un-compelling. All the twists and turns were very obvious. The characters were not very likeable. The love story was decent, but it was like waiting for the train to crash. I knew it was coming.. I just wanted it to be over with. No such luck though, it was the last couple of chapters before anything crashed and burned. The ending was abrupt, like the author wanted to be finished writing it as bad as I wanted to be finished with the story. Thank heavens it was short... very short. I have to also comment on the "instant love" going on... Geez, why is it so hard to actually write about falling in love, instead of making your character pretty much fall right off the bat! Gah, I'm tired of that! I think what I'm writing makes it seem like it was terrible. While it was not very great, it was horrid. It gets a Meh moment. I award it with mediocrity. I have to comment on the cover... Hate it! Boring. I'm just not impressed! 2.5 stars Bram-eo, Bram-eo, wherefore art thou Bram-eo
I wasn't convinced at first by this novel. It is the first Koontz book that I have read and I believed there to be a few starting flaws. Billy seems to jump to conclusions too quickly in the beginning, and to possibly assume more than would be plausible given the initial situations. Some of his actions seem a little inhuman too at first. Having said that, once you are immersed in the intensity of the drama, Billy's character and history are slowly revealed, perhaps accounting for some of the early thoughts he has that seem odd. This book quickly gripped me and had me reading hungrily for more. The brutal and bloody twists and turns leave you on the edge of your seat, and the ending is not a disappointing one either. Recommendation Anybody who can brush over a slight amount of awkwardness and likes their books to be fast, furious and horrifying will not be disappointed.
Chuck doesn't either, apparently. As frustrating as it is rewarding.