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Przemek Lopaciuk Lopaciuk from Cesvaine Municipality, Latvia

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Yes it is pretty good, and i go for the mistery neck of the woods in this book and the affair of the heart department.

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I'm not quite sure what to make of this volume. I was expecting a great give more, I have to say. I still really enjoy Cassandra Clare's writing kind, though it can get a little palaverous at times. As for the actual feature...well, I'm on the fence. I really like Tessa. A property of readers have compared her to Clary, The Mortal Appliances' advocate, and I don't really see the "glaring" parallels. Tessa is a property more vulnerable, in my judgment, and a property less high-spirited than Clary. She's intelligent, and I adore that she loves editions so much. That little tid-bit alone made me connect with her immediately. Jem. *gasp* Jem. He's vulnerable, understanding, sensitive, lovely, broken. He's specific of the best spirits in this volume! Self-control. He's a twitch. Amen, he is snarky like Jace, but not as funny, and not as attractive to me, personality-wise. His intent seems to be to hurt, without any real redeeming excellences. He loves Jem, amen; he cares about Charlotte, amen, but he treats Henry like an idiot (which he is not, completely); treats Tessa with what seems like contempt, almost. I understand the whole "hard-to-get" give, and how he's supposedly fighting his feelings for her and all that. Amen, I get it. But, negative. It still doesn't give him the integrity to act like such an imbecile. Honestly, I wanted to give the volume five stars, but the feature itself is...weird. (seascape spoiler) Just...negative. I'll still be reading the next specific only because we get an exerpt in this volume and it may change my mind about Self-control.....maybe.

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I listened to this vade mecum....I laughed, I cried. It was really quite good. About a girl whose clan moves from Korea to California and their struggles. Her, growing up in Us of a and the melee of cultures she encounters. It was incredible. I need to read more manuals by this author!