arjaye wrote:THE FOREVER SONG (Blood of Eden #3) by Julie Kagawa
and i finally got the courage to continue on this. i was just so excited when it was just about to be published in the market, why not, i loved Allie and Zeke. im excited as much as the other friend of mine, Laila. but for some reasons, held it for a while, say 2 months after i picked it up again, and then half-hearted, staggered, stalled, crawled through reading it. Just didn't get into me as much as the other two previous books of Ms. Julie Kagawa. And for that matter alone, i am heartbroken. Because i expected quite high and got disappointed in the end. Still, this was a good read but compared to the flow of the story of The Immortal Rules and The Eternity Cures... that kept me at the edge of my seats and my imagination every time. In this, I just wander carelessly through every pages. and allie and zeke's love affair felt kinda forced, unnatural that they lost their appeal to me. i know, the sappy-mushy reader in me wasn't quite sucked into it.
laila_6045 wrote:I gave it the same rating as well arjaye a blogger who got an arc posted her review and i consulted with her prior to the release date and said that Allie was just annoying here and i found out that she was right but still one of the best YA series out there. But i miss Kanin, he was the rock that hold that vampire misfits. Now Ms. Kagawa have a new series this time it's about dragons! and it's called TALON!!!
ayanamifaerudo wrote:I Am Forever (What Kills Me #2)
by Wynne Channing
Bloody hell. She continued her stupidity from those first few chapters in book one. How could she possibly think that the people who wanted to kill her would just make a complete turn around and make her life their number one priority? How could she possibly trust those people? Because her existence could mean the destruction of their entire race? Because she's now being regarded as the highest of highs? She's being naive... and stupid. Didn't her recent experiences with them teach her anything? I honestly thought that all that worship and wealth got into her head and made it swell with delusions of grandeur. She may have that pathetic excuse of keeping someone safe but that's just it, an excuse.
Dammit. I now mind that instalove bit in the first book because I couldn't exactly imagine what Lucas saw in her. And I am not all for the whole super-powered vampire here - I just whut?
arjaye wrote:purplejoys wrote:Laila, I know you said you don't have the time to "officially" blog but man, you'd be a great blogger!
hi purplejoys... i strongly agree with you! laila is very good with words, read and write! hihi
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