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Strange Angels by Lili St. Crow
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Nov 25, 10

Recommended to Mariel by: Fascination street
Recommended for: Prayers for rain
Read from August 01 to 02, 2010

I wanted this to be something other than it was. What I really wanted was Supernatural the show but with a teen girl. Dru grew up hunting the big bad thing in the dark. Her dad allowed her to be put into those situations but in a half-hearted way. Care, one way or the other (I'd prefer the scary way). The revenge angle was watered down. Dru's motives were boring old inherited. Dru summed up: I'm gonna do what I wanna so buzzzz off. It could have been girl versus un-nature. Struggle with more than destiny. What about outside what has been decided? Not special teen girl again. Her home life should have been more than flashbacks. Where were the overriding influences? It felt too textbook explanation like point a is b rather than a real person. Pity parties for the sake of the pity. Dru never formed much in my mind. Also, the love triangle? Graves is in permanent puppy dog position and.... Christophe? He is so cliche that I almost named the similar Ash from Julie Kagawa's series. I dislike love triangles 'cause they remind me of when I two-timed Usher and R. Kelley (luckily my twin helped me out. Too bad Usher did the same trick with Justin Bieber.) I dislike same as everything else without using the good stuff. Another school story? More bad vamps? Mythology rammed down our throats to swallow. I spit.
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Mariel
Stop trolling ne, Cher! I'm not gonna go see Burlesque!


Kat Kennedy This review was obviously too awesome for me to comprehend it because I still don't understand what you were trying to say. Just that I liked it.


Mariel Yay! It was hard trying to write a review on my iPod... Nah, I don't typically make sense.


Chelsea I wanted it to be like Supernatural too, but it didn't even come close!


Mariel They should be called out for false advertising.


Mariel He was born with a belly to lie on.


message 7: by Mariama (new) - added it

Mariama oh. now I get it. I always thought there was something fishy about how your twin conveniently showed up just when they thought they caught you. haha, you sure got them.


Melissa  Paranormally Romanced this book is false advertising,i really disliked it.
heres my review
http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/...


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