Harumitsu Ishizaki Ishizaki itibaren 02409 Mingogil, Albacete, İspanya
Ne kadar akıllı bir gizem! Dört kız, yirmi yıllık bir gizemi klasik edebiyat, matematik ve sanat unsurlarıyla çözmek için kafalarını bir araya getirdi. Çocuk edebiyatında gizem tutkularını yeniden canlandırmanın harika bir yolu.
It was like a terrible mash-up of Midsummer Night's Dream, Alice in Wonderland, and the Labyrinth movie with David Bowie. The main character was more like an excuse for moving the plot forward than a character. She was shallow and stupid and had these rare moments or "craftiness" that felt really forced and fake. All of the characters were 2D and static. The romantic interest plotline was completely lacking in any kind of emotion, the big bad guy wasn't brought up until halfway through the book, and the last thirty pages were a complete disappointment. Much like the first 320 pages.
2 Stars instead of 3 this time around. I'm going to stop complaining about the Character Development enigma and just carry on reading these books. One thing that struck me in this book, especially, was that for a horror sci-fi book, the amount of gore / desciptive writing was on the lower end. Not a deal breaker, just an observation. There were a few sequences that I thought could have been really jazzed up but the author just kind of flew through them. Like the first novel in this series, I really liked the ending and it's got me looking forward to the next book to see where this is all going.