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Halo by Alexandra Adornetto
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EDIT (4/27/15): I read and reviewed this book almost five years ago, and in that time this review had gotten a lot more attention than I thought it would. Unfortunately, some of that attention has been quite negative––including some people personally insulting me and accusing me of being "jealous" of the author just because I wrote a negative review of her book. (There was even an incident where someone created three puppet accounts and attacked this review with all of them at once. Sheesh!)

Admittedly, the original review contained some comments about how I am a writer, and how––from that point of view––it is frustrating to see this type of book get published. But that has no effect on my opinion of the book. It would be stupid to hate a book simply out of spite or jealousy. I dislike this book because I found it clichéd, boring, preachy, and sexist.

If you disagree, that's fine! If you like this book, I'm okay with that! We are all entitled to our opinions. It's really not that difficult to comprehend. But if you are intolerant of negative opinions, and/or you don't enjoy long and ranting reviews, this review is probably not going to be to your liking.

So, here is a new version of the review. It's not too different from the original, just a bit more organized and with a few parts taken out to avoid more personal attacks (and the headaches that come along with them).

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I'll at least give Alexandra Adornetto props for being a published teenage writer. It's difficult to juggle writing with schoolwork and your social life, and the fact that she had the patience to write a 500-page novel at her age is admirable. However, as much as I root for young writers, this book was a huge disappointment for me.

I opened up Halo to see two quotes on the first page. One is a quote from Romeo and Juliet (Okay … a bit clichéd. But, alright.) Below it is … a Beyoncé quote: "Baby I can see your halo / You know you're my saving grace." Ohhh I see, that's funny because that song is called "Halo" and your book is called Halo. Gotcha.

On to the actual book.

Characters:

Bethany is one of the most boring and least likable main characters I have ever encountered. She is the definition of a Mary Sue. She's an angel, she's unnaturally beautiful (and insists on reminding the reader of this at every chance she gets), innocently ignorant, needy, pathetic, and whiney.

Her tone is completely two-dimensional. It's either, "Humans are so silly!" or "Xavier is the love of my life and I can't be separated from him for two seconds or I will DIIIEEE!"

She supposedly has special powers, yet she never seems to put them to use. All she can do is fly and occasionally heal people and herself. (Side note: There's a part where she saves a girl who is bleeding death after a car accident, in front of a crowd of people––but at another point Xavier fractures his ankle and she doesn't heal him … ?). Other than that, she doesn't do very much at all. She mainly obsesses over Xavier and gets herself into dangers in which other people have to come and save her.

Xavier is the stereotypical "protective hot guy" who had absolutely no flaws. A while ago, I read an interview with Adornetto in which she said she created Xavier by combining all the boys she's ever liked into "an ideal super-boy." (Unfortunately, that interview seems to have since disappeared from the Internet. But I swear to God, those were her real words.) Xavier's only "flaw" is that he has ~baggage~. His girlfriend––who he was supposedly very much in love with––died in a tragic accident. So he has sworn to never love again! … Unless you are a sexy angel, of course. In which case he will forget all about whats-her-face.

Bethany's human "friends" are a disgustingly sexist portrayal of young women. Adornetto surrounds Bethany with the world's most shallow, boring, and jealous female characters, just to make Bethany look even more perfect and angelic. None of these characters have any distinguishing characteristics, personalities, or interests.

I am not exaggerating when I say that they only talk about boys, clothes, make-up, and prom. Molly (one of these friends) spends the entirety of the book mooning over Bethany's brother Gabriel and changing herself in any way possible in order to get his attention. You'd think Adornetto, as a young woman, would avoid offensive stereotypes, but no. All of these teen girl characters are portrayed as horribly shallow.

The Plot (or lack thereof):

• Bethany and her angel "siblings" are sent to earth in order to "battle dark forces." Sounds exciting––until it turns out, Adornetto's definition of "battling dark forces" is living in a nice cushy suburb, full of very wealthy and privileged people, and making a half-hearted attempt to blend in with humans. Surely, these angels could have been sent somewhere where there was actually some kind of conflict for them to resolve?

The book is way too long. About half of it could have been cut out. The beginning is very slow, filled with too many pointless descriptions and info dumps

The villain doesn't even appear until more than halfway through the book, at which point he just seems like an afterthought. ("Oh yeah … I said something about 'dark forces', didn't I? Better add that in somewhere!") Before that, the reader must agonize through Bethany obsessing over how hot and perfect and wonderful Xavier is for about 300 pages. There's barely any story other than that.

If you don't mind spoilers and want a run-down of the rest of the plot:

(view spoiler)

So yeah, the plot is god-awful. The end.

Some other things that bothered me:

• Supposedly the angels could conceal their wings under their clothes because they are "paper thin". But Bethany has these huge-ass wings on the cover. She wouldn't be able to hide those, even if they were really thin! If I stuffed paper up the back of my shirt, it would still look weird. And if their wings are so thin, then how do they WORK? Because they're magic? And if so, why do they even need wings in the first place? Also, every time the angels went flying, they would just let their wings tear through the back of their clothing. Sooo … are they razor-sharp, too? And if you always just ruin your clothes every time you go flying, why don't you just cut slits in the back of your shirt, or even bother wearing clothes at all?

The religious aspect. Okay, I know that it's a book about angels. So, I get it. If there are angels, there is a God. But there were times when the book verged on preachy. There are better ways to tackle this subject (as can be seen in other angel books such as Unearthly or Angelfall), but I didn't feel it was handled well in this book.

Bethany is "afraid" of human pain and suffering, to the point where she avoids doing anything about it. She's an angel, for crying out loud! It's her freaking job to help people in need! At one point she says that she can't bear watching the news and hearing about starving people and violence because it upsets her. Huh. Maybe if she spent more time actually helping people like she's supposed to––instead of making out with her boyfriend––there would be less pain and suffering in the world!

The Final Word:

Honestly, this is one of my least favorite books that I have ever read. I found it to be boring and predictable, I did not connect with any of the characters, and I will not be touching any of the sequels.
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Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* I am not horrible to all people who get published. If you bothered to look at any of my other reviews you may have noticed most of them are positive. I respect most published authors––because most of them have to go through a tremendous amount of rejections. Publishing is a tough business. And the fact that Adornetto barely had to try and still got published is what bothers me. And I am not being "horrable" (misspelled) to her; I'm sure she's a lovely person and I have nothing personal against her. But I did not enjoy her book, and personally I am mystified as to why this deserved such hasty publication when there are better, unpublished works out there.

You're entitled to your own opinion. However, when someone tells me "you should propably (also misspelled) get over yourself" on my review, I tend not to value their opinion too highly, since they can't defend the book itself and resort to randomly insulting me instead.


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Kiki Brizzalz wrote: "I honestly loved the book, and i think that you should propably get over yourself. just because you cant get published doesnt mean you have to be horrable to people who can."

Well, Brigid honestly hated it. You trolls are ridiculous. What do you hope to achieve by nosing in here and telling Brigid she's wrong? What the hell is wrong with you? I think YOU should get over yourself, and stop trying defend this awful, abysmal turd of a book with your poorly spelled, nonsensical troll-speak.

Good day to you.


message 53: by Becca-Rawr (new)

Becca-Rawr Okay, I'm here to say what I have to say and leave.

Hitler put a lot of hard work into Nazi Germany. It was NOT a good idea, and shouldn't be respected.

Just because somebody doesn't like the book, doesn't mean you people need to flip shit and act like retards. When I see you jump down some girl's throat for her OPINION, then I realize what you are. You're nothing but whiney fantards that can't allow somebody to have a review of their own.

In most countries, you're allowed to have your own opinion. I pity you people who don't realize this.

I know books that I LOVE that have gotten horrible reviews, and I don't care, because that's their opinion. All I need to know is I enjoyed it.

I don't even know Brigid and I feel the need to tell you people to back the hell off. You are the most immature humans on the planet if you find the need to insult somebody over their opinion.

I totally respect Brigid's review because it's her opinion, not because of the content.

Okay, I'm leaving now.


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John Egbert What can you honestly say? I can't even...

Brigid, I think your review was great, and I think the trolls have no right to judge you just because you wrote a negative review of a book they liked.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Whoa the comments on this review, like, exploded overnight. O_o Well um, thanks everyone for defending me. Heh...


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@Cillian: No need to be hard on Lacey. She was nice about her opinion and tried to back it up.

@Lacey: Since I write stories myself, I can only tell you this: If there are bad reviews, especially ones that back up their opinions, I'll read them just so that I know certain things that need to be fixed. Bad reviews are certain to come. No book can ever please everybody.

@Brigid: Not that I would have read it otherwise (I've read so many bad reviews for this one) but seriously I loved this review and it certainly stops me from reading this book.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Hi, Alkyoni. Glad you enjoyed the review. And you make an excellent point. Bad reviews are a part of a writer's everyday life. Writers produce work so that the world can read it and express their opinions. And yes, some of those opinions will be harsh and negative. That's the way it is.


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Hi Brigid.
I'm glad you get my point. I mean, when I read a book I don't like I snark a lot (*ahem* Fallen*ahem* *ahem*Abandon*ahem* etc) but I always try to explain WHY I snark. When I complete my WIP (and it gets published) I expect a lot of bad reviews in the sense that at the moment I'm 17, I'm not even maure enough to write a literature masterpiece and I donot think of my self as a writing prodigy. But if they have valid points then they can help become a better author.
(Did I just repeat myself? Dang.)
I'm adding you as a friend if you don't mind.


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@Cillian: Maybe in the sense that the logic behind her arguements wasn't that valid but at least she was NICE to Brigid, not like some other idiots out there. That's what I mean - though I'd understand you getting pissed with them if they have become pests one time too many.


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Damn, forgot a comma.


message 61: by Rogier (new)

Rogier this definitely going of my tbr list*****8 cover so gorgeous , slap it the face ''get your self together how many bad reviews have u read, let c, 2, no 5 , no 8, no 20 something(i googled a loT, lol)***
bye Halo, bye Hades and book 3 ithink
^_^


message 62: by Kiki (new) - rated it 1 star

Kiki Alright, so who brought the Troll-B-Gone?

Brigid, honey - we are here for you. The Snark Squad shall always cover your back in the instance of a vicious troll invasion.


message 63: by Jahlia ((thing 10 Evil 1)) (last edited Aug 16, 2011 10:33AM) (new) - added it

Jahlia ((thing 10 Evil 1)) I am struggling not to laugh because I am in the library, this review nailed Halo on the head.


message 64: by Jahlia ((thing 10 Evil 1)) (last edited Aug 16, 2011 10:34AM) (new) - added it

Jahlia ((thing 10 Evil 1)) Rogier wrote: "this definitely going of my tbr list*****8 cover so gorgeous , slap it the face ''get your self together how many bad reviews have u read, let c, 2, no 5 , no 8, no 20 something(i googled a loT, l..."

???????????????????? .........what???? I can't understand what you're saying :(.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Alkyoni ~ Kingfisher of books wrote: "Hi Brigid.
I'm glad you get my point. I mean, when I read a book I don't like I snark a lot (*ahem* Fallen*ahem* *ahem*Abandon*ahem* etc) but I always try to explain WHY I snark. When I complete my..."


Indeed. Snarkiness is just no fun if there is no reason behind it. ;)


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Alkyoni ~ Kingfisher of books wrote: "@Cillian: Maybe in the sense that the logic behind her arguements wasn't that valid but at least she was NICE to Brigid, not like some other idiots out there. That's what I mean - though I'd unders..."

Well, I wouldn't say Lacey was "nice", seeing as she told me I don't respect other authors and that "bashing" them is wrong ... and said that I shouldn't rant about the author's history; I should get over it and discuss the pros and cons of the book. And if she'd actually read the review (which I kind of doubt), she would have noticed I "got over" the author's history after about one paragraph and went on to discussing the book itself at length. So yes, perhaps Cillian was a bit harsh, but I do think Lacey was asking for it in a way, seeing as she didn't seem to bother reading the actual review before accusing me of being disrespectful.

Anyway, Cillian makes an excellent point. Just because this is published does not mean it was "worthy" as Lacey suggested. Publishing, unfortunately, sometimes has more to do with marketing than it has to do with art. You could be a brilliant writer, but a publisher might think no one will read your work ... and you're screwed.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Kira wrote: "Alright, so who brought the Troll-B-Gone?

Brigid, honey - we are here for you. The Snark Squad shall always cover your back in the instance of a vicious troll invasion."


lol! Why thank you, Kira. It is good to know I always have backup. :]


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Also, thanks to the troll invasion, I'm pretty sure this review has gotten at least 10 more likes in the past 24 hours. I think that's a record for me.


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Becca-Rawr Cillian wrote: "(sponsored by Becca Fuckpatrick)"


Okay, you need to rename me, I can't have the same name as this woman.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Perfect example. Not to mention ... well, pretty much every author ever. Almost all of them go through dozens of rejections before finding a publisher. Before a publisher says "yes" does that mean the book is unworthy of publication? Makes no sense to me. But I think I've already made that pretty clear. ...

As for the Be Nice statement, I agree that the idea is rather ridiculous. I read a blog post a while ago that infuriated me quite a bit because it preached the same idea––that writers should solely praise other writers and keep their criticisms to themselves, because in the writing community we're all supposed to be supportive of all other writers! I ... just ... What? Sure, praise is nice and encouraging, but I can't say I've ever learned much from praise. A comment like "You're awesome!" isn't going to stick with me. But if someone tells me my characters are bland or that my sentence structure needs work, I'm not as likely to forget that. As much as it may hurt at first, it tends to be more beneficial in the end. I haven't grown as a writer because of praise, but criticism has driven me to work harder and get better. So yes, actually I do want people to write reviews like this for my work. I know they will. Being criticized is what keeps writing exciting and what inspires me to try new things, after all.


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Becca-Rawr ♥ Brigid ♥ {Lion Hearted Girl} wrote: "Perfect example. Not to mention ... well, pretty much every author ever. Almost all of them go through dozens of rejections before finding a publisher. Before a publisher says "yes" does that mean ..."

I completely agree with you. No author should have to have their hand's held. They need to grow up and realize that getting not-so-good reviews are part of the business. And a lot of writers should learn to take these negatve reviews and use them to their advantage.

Cillian wrote: "Why do you think I've been elbowing you about cosplaying?
Why do you think I almost die of a massive nosebleed when you asked me to call you Becca?
Connect the dots, and make sure you're sitting do..."


You need to explain this cosplaying to me a little more...


message 72: by Cory (new)

Cory Cillian wrote: "@ Brigid: Can you imagine a site like GR turning into a fan site where all of us pat each other on the back?
Whatever happened to honest reviews?
Once you exposed your work, you have to be prepared..."


I dunno Cillian, I like back pats. I don't get nearly enough of them. Why can't everyone on this site just agree to like one book and give it only five stars? Of course, that book would have to be my book. (view spoiler)


message 73: by Becca-Rawr (new)

Becca-Rawr Cillian wrote: "Cosplaying is a type of performance art in which participants have costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Characters are often drawn from Japanese manga/anime. Since th..."

This sounds so fuuun...
-Insert name other than Becca- wants in!


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Cillian wrote: "@ Brigid: Can you imagine a site like GR turning into a fan site where all of us pat each other on the back?
Whatever happened to honest reviews?
Once you exposed your work, you have to be prepared..."


Sometimes I feel like Goodreads is like that ... in the writing section of the site, anyway. So many times I find there are new comments on something I've posted and it's just something like, "lolz this iz good. it shud b published." Ack. People seem to think that if they like something, that automatically means it is ready for publication ... Not that I exactly blame them, since not too long ago I thought publishing was a piece of cake––you know, before I actually researched it and whatnot.

But, at least the reviews on this site for published books tend to be honest. Without the snarky reviews it would be no fun.

"Once you exposed your work, you have to be prepared for everything, praise, rotten tomatoes, mehs... Everything.
If you can't take the heat, find another job, if you favorite book got trashed, get the fuck out of that review."

Amen to both those statements. Writers who can't take criticism end up like Jacqueline Howett. *shudders* And really ... I mean, I see people bashing my favorite books all the time. Does it momentarily make my eye twitch? Yes, sometimes. But I don't comment. I don't see why people go attacking others who disagree with them and are obviously not going to change their minds. I can't count how many times someone has come along and told me "u R on DRUGGZ" or whatever, just because I gave one star to some book they like. It's like, what do you expect me to say? "Oh, you caught me. I'm a drug addict. That's why I can form coherent sentences and you can't. ... Guess I'll change this to a five-star review now." I just ... can't even ...

Ah, people. They confuse me.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* I happen to love Maggie Stiefvater ... I've met her, actually. But laughing at a bad review isn't the most professional reaction. Although, it depends. Sometimes a review is so full of ridiculous insults that the writer can't even get much out of it.
I have no idea if she's on Goodreads. But really, she's an embarrassment to the writing world, reacting like that.


message 76: by Becca-Rawr (new)

Becca-Rawr Cillian wrote: "You have to choose it, bunny.
Any favorite character? It can be anything, anyone..."


But I ish bad at choosing... This will take some time...


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Becca-Rawr Cillian wrote: "Okay then, you leave me no choice, Rebecca, thou shalt be named:


MIKAMI

"


I look hot, lol


message 78: by Becca-Rawr (new)

Becca-Rawr Cillian wrote: "Now the explanation: You're too smart/cynical to be Misa, you're too spicy to be Near, L is taken by thousands of users of this site, Kira is, well, Kira, she won't mind, but you might want some un..."

Awesomes, althoughh I've never been called spicy before... I likes it.


message 79: by Kiki (last edited Aug 16, 2011 06:45PM) (new) - rated it 1 star

Kiki I don't know, Becks. I nominate some good ol' Sailor Moon.

Which is to say: SAILOR MARS.

She kicks ass. AND she's characteristically snarky. I was thinking of switching fandoms (but I don't know if I have the guts. Also, it wouldn't be SM. I'd probably go for Mariko from Elfen Lied or if I was going to be really sneaky, I'd be (view spoiler)


message 80: by Becca-Rawr (new)

Becca-Rawr Kira wrote: "I don't know, Becks. I nominate some good ol' Sailor Moon.

Which is to say: SAILOR MARS.

She kicks ass. AND she's characteristically snarky. I was thinking of switching fandoms (but I don't kno..."


I'm moving this little chat to an update on my profile, poor Brigid is getting swamped on her review, lol


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Haha, thanks Rebecca. I was about so say ... ;)


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Cillian wrote: "She's not on GR, I checked, damn it. But her book has a shitty rating, that made me happy.
The review that made our beloved Maggie chuckle, was not disrespectful at all, she was being a twat, an un..."


Haha! I haven't looked her book up on Goodreads, but I read the reviews on Amazon. Unfortunately it seems to have been taken off Amazon ... I just checked. What a shame. They were hilarious. I believe it had at least eighty 1-star reviews.

Well, having not read this review myself I can't argue with you on that. But, I'll take your word for it. Although I still love her books. :]


Ermala i loved the book it was great and amazing .... Brigid i think u could learn a lot in this book because is not what u write is how u write it and it seems to me u dont have it ... about the book i loved it and cant wait to get hades ...


message 84: by [deleted user] (last edited Aug 31, 2011 05:28AM) (new)

Ermala wrote: "i loved the book it was great and amazing .... Brigid i think u could learn a lot in this book because is not what u write is how u write it and it seems to me u dont have it ... a..."

Ok, it's really not my place to get in an arguement that doesn't involve me.
But! The thing is I disagree with what you said. Sure, a book is about how you write something but it also needs something else. It's called plot. Which is basically, what you write. There is an author, Meg Cabot in particular, whose works I've read. I loved most of her books. Except Abandon. Oh, how I loathed it. Why? Because the plot/heroine/etc turned out to be stupid. It's not how Cabot wrote it, it's what she wrote.
Also, Brigid did not say that the writing was bad all in all.

Also, her writing style isn't bad. Her descriptions are nice, often beautiful. But while her prose is mostly strong, pretty much every other aspect of the book is very flat and clichéd.

That is word for word what Brigid wrote.

Third, since you haven't read Brigid's work, please just stop rating. do you have ANY idea how long J.K. Rowling had to wait until someone accepted to publish her book? I don't think that just because someone is an unpublished author that means they're bad writers.
Because, let's be honest here shall we? Publishing is bussiness. And a businessman gives what he thinks will sell. Brainless teenage romance is what sells at the moment? Then that is precisely what they are going to publish. Not that there aren't many authors in the YA who are good. I'm just saying that many of them aren't good enough for a publication.
Moreover, I'm curious about what you said. That there are a lot of things you can learn from this book. Like... what? I'm not mocking you here, I'm simply sincerely curious about what you mean.
Can I, by the way, ask you one more question? Do you mingle with the arts? I mean do you go to galleries museums…? I’ll assume yes. Can you paint? I’ll assume not. (Hypothetically speaking).
16th-century unknown painters - A Lady - WGA23786

Do you like this painting? I personally don’t. I don’t like the particular era in general. Now, let me be clear. I cannot paint like that. I do not doubt that the painter was skilled and that it took a lot of his time and that he tried hard in order to do this portrait.
I still don’t like it. It doesn’t appeal to my aesthetic criteria.
I haven’t read Brigid’s work either. I don’t know if she’s a good writer. She might be crap for all I know. That doesn’t mean that she’s not a good reader. Her criticism is not any less valid.
That’s all I had to say.
Oh and, by the way, simply because I answered nicely, doesn’t mean everyone else will. What you did is thought as “trolling” you know that? It means you go to someone’s review and just throw in your opinion without backing it up with valid arguments and in the process also make assumptions for them.
I’d expect something more mature from a 35 year old woman – or so your profile says you are.
That said from a 17 year old.

P.S. Also, do you really expect people to take you seriously with text speak?


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* i loved the book it was great and amazing ....

That's your opinion, not mine.

Brigid i think u could learn a lot in this book because is not what u write is how u write it and it seems to me u dont have it ...

What is there to learn from this book? Really, tell me. Also, I'll have to disagree strongly with you on that argument. Just because something is written nicely does not mean it is good. I thought the writing in this book was fine––not amazing, but fine. But that doesn't excuse the fact that the book is sexist and preachy, among other things. Adornetto chose to write these things. So no, it's not just "how" you write, it's also "what" you write. If you knew anything about writing, you'd know that. (And you'd probably also know how to capitalize and punctuate.) So frankly, if you don't think I have what it takes to be a writer, I don't value your opinion much.

about the book i loved it and cant wait to get hades ...

Again, that's your opinion.

I can't wait to get Hades either ... so I can snark some more.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Alkyoni ~ Kingfisher of books wrote: "Ermala wrote: "i loved the book it was great and amazing .... Brigid i think u could learn a lot in this book because is not what u write is how u write it and it seems to me u dont ..."

Wow, thanks Alkyoni ... You basically said everything I wanted to say, but better. Haha. :)


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Glad you liked my reply Brigid. Always at your service. *bows in that manner musketeers do - I love doing that*
:)


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Ermala wrote: "i loved the book it was great and amazing .... Brigid i think u could learn a lot in this book because is not what u write is how u write it and it seems to me u dont have it ... a..."

Not what you write but how you write it? So if I describe killing puppies or burning orphanages with flowery language, it makes what I'm writing ok?


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* My brain is prepared. I think... O_o


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John Egbert Brigid, I think no amount of preparation and help you with that book...*shudders*


message 92: by P. (new)

P. Paper thin wings that fold up nicely but can tear through clothes? Whhaa--?


Oh, and is that...?

It is!

Sokka! <3


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Exactly... -_-

And yes! It is Sokka! ^_^


Kogiopsis Ermala wrote: "i loved the book it was great and amazing .... Brigid i think u could learn a lot in this book because is not what u write is how u write it and it seems to me u dont have it ... a..."

I want this chick to come back and try to defend herself.
I can go make popcorn and everything.


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Oh me too...


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* She seems to be the hit-and-run type. Oh well.


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Actually from what I've seen from other trolls that have occasionally visited other people's reviews, most of them are.
Too bad. I really was curious about what she thought we could learn from Halo.


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Well, trolls are cowardly. It's part of their nature.


Lydia Strope Ok I actually liked the book BUT I do see your point and frankly I absolutely LOVED your review! HILARIOUS!!!!!! Thanks for the laugh! Loved your review :D


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* Haha, thanks Lydia. Glad you liked the review! (And thank you for not being a troll.) ^_^


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