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  • Seemed like it was written by a fourth grader.

    Started out well, but went downhill quickly. Same things happened over and over again. Many phrases used repeatedly. And unless the main character was a Borg or a Terminator, there is no way she could go through accident after accident with repeated head trauma and be able to fight (and beat) three opponents with such a short recovery period. Writing resembled a fourth graders creative writing assignment.

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    31 person found this review helpful

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  • Forgetable

    Not up to Morgan's usual high standards Seems to be the efforts of a ghost writer, probably a 14 year old family member. Narrative is poor, Hail Mary rescues and miracles. "And then I kicked him and then he fell and then I jumped on him and then he moved his leg and then I stubbed my toe and then I went down in terrible pain (Writhing like a soccer player taking a dive) And then I almost died And the a rainbow farting unicorn appeared And then.....

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    21 person found this review helpful

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  • Good story line

    I have read a coupleof her other stories and enjoyed them. I reallydid not care for this at all. Throughout the story the heroines reaction at almost every critical story juncture was "...I had no choice." For me, that got old really quickly. In addition several explosions and crashes were ridiculous. Sorry.

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    19 person found this review helpful

    19 people found this review helpful

    19 of 19 people found this review helpful

  • Arena One: Slaverunners

    It was a god book but alot of the things in it happen over and over. She always gets out of trouble in the last second, so it makes the book ver predicrable. Also, the phrase 'for all it was worth' was very over used as was the word 'greatful', espesialy at the begining of the book. Overall I foud the book ok, because aside from what I pointed out about over used words and frases the authp did a very good job keeping you tied to the book. For those of you how found The Hunger Games a good book but alitle too intense this is the book for you(except for the sexual content).

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    20 person found this review helpful

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    20 of 23 people found this review helpful

  • ummmmmm

    well, all though the idea was pretty interesting, the plot was under developed and suffered from the sever overuse of the word "suddenly". writing tip, never use the word suddenly. worst thing you can do. also, some of the wording was awkward and really old fashioned for the time it was written and written in. I was really looking forward to reading this and was sorely disappointed. not gonna get the sequals

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