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    From page 1 to the very last page, i could not set it down, Even on my second time reading it. A must-read for all teens and adults alike, you just cant help but be captivated.
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    Wow, basically everything that drew me in from the first book is thrown away and replaced with everything you can hate about teen literature. There's the confused, needy heroine who consistently needs affirmation from her compatriot the moody sidekick hero/leading man. The plot starts to once again try to develop something interesting, like in the first three books --nothing revolutionary or completely original, but at least something more complex and engaging than the snooze fest of books four and five; and then we have the stunning return of boring plot twists to advance the story. Because the author has SIX characters to draw from, including the main character Max, we get mostly; Max, OK, she's the main character. When not being dramatic about Fang, she's enjoyable. Fang, but gratingly, unlike the previous glimpses into his character which revealed something beyond his infatuation (apparently) with Max, we get nothing but the other half of the MaxFang dynamic. So if you could pick a third character to potentially develop after two books completely immersed in the same trio of characters... We are returned to the ever grating, spoiled, selfish and DULL character of the brat Angel to complete the sludge of recycled ideas. She would be far more interesting if the author could commit her to a side instead of pointless goodbadgood. This series is like the little engine that could puttered to a stop inches from the peak. Best part was the commentary from Fang's blog.
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    Tusbknis really amazing I love the oart when iggy almost sets the house on fire. That part made me laug so hardi fell of the bed! Did you know that i am growing wings?! i found a wing spell on line. But if you want to use this spell, you have to be in a hight place. And say this spell 3 times wings wings come to me grow on my back to fly to soar my soul is in the sky this is my wish so mote it be

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