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message 1: by Limonessa (new)

Limonessa I didn't love this book as much as everybody else did either. And even though last time I checked I was a female, the uber girl crushing moment were lost on me too.

message 2: by Eric (new)

Eric For reals I thought all girls would just swoon all over when they met that perfect waterboy ;-)

message 3: by Limonessa (new)

Limonessa I seriously find his name ridiculous. Now, only when you read the FEVER series and meet Barrons we can start talking about perfect. But that's not YA anymore, ops.

message 4: by Eric (last edited Aug 05, 2011 07:24AM) (new)

Eric You know I've never read a book thinking about how "perfect" a female is, not gonna lie, kinda curious - is it just me or most males like that. I mean it's all wish fulfillment and I guess really if I wanted to find perfect there are many other avenues but its really the character that gets me, what they do with their world, that makes it interesting.

Oh and I really think Lend is a terrible name too - did his parents really think it was clever as a baby? I've heard a ton of ludicrous names out there but really she could've been a bit more classy.

message 5: by Limonessa (new)

Limonessa You know women look for the perfect book crush, rathen than the perfect man. We like to swoon, don't we? I mean, think about Mr. Darcy :D

message 6: by Eric (last edited Aug 05, 2011 07:46AM) (new)

Eric Pssh and I don't!? I mean there are times... oh lord there are times but really escapism is nice but once I'm done with the pages :: sadface ::

Come of think of it I envy most characters friends - not the romantic relationships.

message 7: by Limonessa (new)

Limonessa You're not alone!
That's why we are all always on the hunt for the next best book...

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