bykaterina

Katerina Nedelcu Nedelcu itibaren Frosses, Co. Donegal, İrlanda itibaren Frosses, Co. Donegal, İrlanda

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Katerina Nedelcu Nedelcu itibaren Frosses, Co. Donegal, İrlanda

bykaterina

** spoiler alert ** This is going to be a very detailed review and it's going to be absolutely negative, so fans of P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast - BACK. OFF. if you are easily offended. Let's take it one thing at a time, shall we? 1. Zoey Redbird. I absolutely hate that girl. Normally I dislike heroines, but that was so not the case with Zoey-fucking-Redbird. She was self-absorbed, arrogant, ignorant and a complete whore. So... she wants the blood of the big, blond, dumb quarterback (also known as Heath Luck); she is convinced she is in love with Mr. I-look-so-good-it-hurts (also known as Eric Night [Night. Original, huh?]); but she ends up giving her cherry to scheming, handsome, haiku-writing, poetry TEACHER (Loren Blake). Let's not forget all of her "exotic" tattoos. You know, I like tattoos, but being covered in them all over is not exotic at all. It's more like a bold fashion statement. Zoey is also the worst role-model character someone could write. She is even worse than Bella Swan and Nora Grey (at least they weren't so full of themselves). Basically, the message that Zoey's character sends is that it's okay to be a slut and play three guys at once, one of them a teacher, and it's okay for your first time to be with a man you hardly know... Oh! But wait! They were so in love. They couldn't help it. And then she finds that Loren is actually a scumbag and a liar who was plotting against her with super-badass Priestess whiny bitch Neferet. Of course, she also had to get this revelation while Blake was doing Neferet from behind. Oh, well... Details and all, right? The "love" between Loren and Zoey? That pretty much sums it up. And then, after she cheats on her boyfriend (who, in later books, turns out to be a controlling dick [by the way, how come for the first three books he was okay and not controlling, but when Stark came along, the Cast women had to make him a control-freak and boot him in the ass?]) Zoey acts as if she did nothing wrong because she was betrayed and expected everyone to take her back with open arms, tissues and Gilligan's Island on DVD. She was disgusting. And in the next book (Yes, sadly, I read it), she goes up to her friends and strikes up a conversation as if it's just another day of their awfully boring lives. For the grand finale of the Zoey-bashing part, she was a disgusting whore who, I sincerely hope, dies in the end of the painfully boring series. Seriously, all of this could have been wrapped up in 4 or 5 books, but no, right? Apparently, the Casts either have a lot of fans or just want to make more money. I think it's the former. 2. Zoey's boys. Can you say "damn!"? They are obviously supposed to be drool-worthy man-candies, but in my eyes, they are just a bunch of pathetic, hormonal-driven idiots who had the misfortune to swap spit with the same girl. Honestly, if the Casts write that Zoey does the whole gang, I wouldn't be surprised. Well, except for Heath. He was kind of a ghost the last time I read about him. Poor guy. So how many guys had our girl played 'til now? Let's count them... 1. Heath Luck 2. Eric Night 3. Loren Blake 4. Kalona (to a certain point, because she "can't help her attraction" to an evil incarnate) 5. James Stark Let's hope Stark is going to be the last guy who touches "exotic Priestess" Zoey Bite-me-in-the-ass-bitch. And he's the stereotypical bad boy love interest. Well, he's not that cool, people. He's not dreamy and I don't really see him in my head as handsome, but as one of Zoey's playthings. And he's supposed to be hilarious, too. This is what Patrick and I have to say about you, Stark: 3. Neferet. I can't really understand that one. She's supposed to be very bad and threatening, yet to me, she is no more dangerous than a mean supermodel that can't zip up her own dress. I don't know what her plan is exactly. Rule the world of vampires or the world in general? Apparently she hates humans because they killed Loren, which was quite pleasant, if I have to be honest. So that's why she's trying to kill Zoey. And what's up with her riding a bull naked? Is that like in on of those Texas bars with the bull-riding machine? This is so starting to remind me of the Anita Blake series. Everyone sleeps with everyone. I just hope the Cast women won't slip an orgy in the books. That would be the last straw. So, like I said, I'd die to know Neferet's plan, because for me, she does not make any sense. I was like this since I found out that she actually had a "plan": 4. The whole series in general. Crap. Bullshit. Kick-in-the-face. Punch-in-the-gut. Waste of paper. There should be a law against writing so many pointless books. Okay, I get it - the authors can't think of a good plot, but at least make lovable characters. Stevie Rae was an idiot. I know a lot of people like her, she's probably the most likable character in the series, but I just can't see why we always have to read about her liking Kenny Chesney and dressing like a cowgirl. Okay, we get it. She's a fashion disaster, according to another character that pisses me off - Aphrodite LaFont. Yes, because being blond and bitchy isn't awful enough, she has to be named after the goddess of love. And then come the "twins" - Erin and Shaunee. Stupid. Bitches. They are the complete opposites and they are best friends. Way to be original, Cast family. I bow to your lack of creativity! And then Damien. He's gay, he has a "cute" boyfriend, Jack, who is actually a girl with a boy's name (at least I picture him as a girl). Damien is fashionable, he's smart and girls are not shy to get naked in front of him. He's perfect and cliched as hell. The other characters, such as Kalona and Rephaim, are not even worth mentioning. Well, I did mention them, but still. I hope you know what I mean. So, if it hadn't been clear enough that I absolutely despise every book in this series, let me repeat - I DESPISE EVERY BOOK IN THIS SERIES. The end. And now something worth to see: