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    Captivating Story, but Frustrating Protagonist

    One of the things that bugs me most about Young Adult books lately is the main character’s logic. It seems like all too often a YA novel’s protagonist will have a complete freak-out over something illogical. I guess that’s how teenagers are, though? It drives me crazy to read anyway. Davy has a moment like this in Unleashed. It was difficult for me to read through because I just couldn’t get behind her thought processes or decisions. Honestly, Davy’s character bothered me a lot throughout this book, not just during her big teenage freak-out moment. It was one of those books where the main character is going through a rough time figuring out who she is and who she wants to be. But instead of sitting down and dealing with it, she just goes through the whole book pushing everyone away and going back and forth between hating herself and not hating herself as much and confusing everyone with her words and actions and it was just frustrating! She just couldn’t deal with the hand she’d been dealt and it affected this whole book. Having ranted about Davy’s annoying and frustrating qualities, I was still able to get into and enjoy her story. I still enjoyed the book quite a bit. I felt that the ending was a bit abrupt, but hey, at least Davy finally made a decision at the end and matured, even if it didn’t happen until the VERY end. I still love the unique concept of the story line and thought it was delivered well. I was captivated throughout. There was also a pretty unexpected twist near the end – at least I didn’t expect it! I would like to read more from this author (I just hope her other main characters aren’t as frustrating as Davy!).

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