Mustafa Soyt Soyt from Wola Rafałowska, Poland
It took me about 100 pages to get into this line up but then I couldn't put it down. I really enjoyed it.
it was the same as the first, industry like and humorous, and again a little romance between two characters.
Legitimate, I was really hoping for an all-out significant contact after such a tragic build up...but I'm still happy the course it ended. I think it's far from the cop out that some are saying this was. Looking back, after rendering the book a second time (and at a slower progress, knowing what was going to happen next), I think the ending fits very well with the personality of the Cullen family, the course they desire reconciliation and anonymity from the human province. It was more of a significant contact based on psychological scenario rather than that of brute strength.