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50 Ways to Hex Your Lover by Linda Wisdom
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Apr 06, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: e-book, i-own
Read from April 14 to 17, 2011

** spoiler alert ** Downloaded for FREE from http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/50-Way...

To be honest, I wasn’t fussed in this book. There were too many holes in the plot and the storyline was boring for the most part. I admit there were a few parts that were fun and interesting, but most of the time I just wanted the book to be over. It seemed slow and there was too much within it that just seemed pointless; I saw no reason to have to know certain details and some scenes just dragged on. I didn’t feel anything for any of the characters, although Jazz was a spunky gal. However was nothing about either her or Nick that stood out for me and I found it hard to emphasize or sympathise with them when they really meant nothing to me.

I wasn’t too interested in the relationship between Jazz and Nick. I get their history and all, but it seemed like they carried on and on about things and it just wore on my nerves. I never really saw the “spark” that Jazz seemed to believe she had with Nick. To me, theirs was just another relationship. I never saw something between them that made me sit up and think, “Damn, they sure do have chemistry”.

The only real think I liked about this book were Fluff and Puff. Come on, monster bunny slippers that devour anything they can get their hands--ahhh, I mean teeth on--is just cool! It’s unique and I’ve never seem it before. I did think it was funny how Jazz interacted with them and treated them like they were pets. That I liked.

So all in all, kinda pointless. Not a great read, but that’s just me. Others may enjoy this quirky tale, but I guess I can’t complain too much seeing as it was free.....
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Reading Progress

04/14/2011 page 52
14.0% "Hmmm, to soon to tell"
04/16/2011 page 187
50.0% "Meh. Neither bad or good...."
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Nikki Beaudreau Felt exactly the same! Thought Fluff and Puff were the best part of the book!!


Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten) They were the only thing that made the story even remotely worth reading.


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