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This book made me actually LOL at least twice per chapter. Hysterically funny.
looking forward to reading it
Killing me slowly. This book could have been about a chapter long.
So much better than I Am Number Four, which says a lot. Yes, I Am Number Four was amazing, but the sentences seemed very simple. Everything was more complex in this, like the author suddenly realized these books were hits and matured his writing to interest even more people, the older crowd. I loved the plot and how it was told from two different point of views. While John's was more knowledgeable about the happenings, Marina's was filled with curiosity and discovery. I also liked how love was all throughout the book, very slightly, from Six blushing when Sam talked, to Sarah and John's meeting (though that ended in horrible betrayal), to John and Sam's deep connection brought by fate, to Hector and Marina's I love yous at the end, to Marina and Ella's sisterly bond. I can't wait to read the next book and see everyone together. I really hope Sam comes back, because he was my favorite character.
On loan to Diana Sonn