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Being Human by Patricia Lynne
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Jan 19, 2012

it was amazing
Read from January 19 to 20, 2012

Why can’t I find a nice, boring book that won’t wrench apart my insides? This is the third one in the past week. I can’t handle it. Stop writing amazing books people. With that said, I can’t believe I took so long to get around to this one. With the simple, yet eerily awesome dark cover begging me to open it up and read, I have to wonder what the hell was wrong with me. I shouldn’t have kept Tommy waiting. There were so many times that my eyes teared up leaving me blinking away the blurry vision so I could keep reading, that I lost count. Being Human took me through so many emotions—both good and bad—there was just simply no way to put it down. It’s what I loved about it. There were never moments where I felt like nothing was happening. The staggered insight into Tommy’s life after being turned was just too riveting.

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Rach. S I really really really loved this book too. Except for the end, which baffled me. I'm not completely sure what happened :/

Brett Yeah, I re-read that last page a few times, trying to wrap my head around what happened. I'm hoping his cameo in the next one might explain it a little more.

message 3: by Rach. (last edited Jan 22, 2012 02:40AM) (new) - rated it 4 stars

Rach. S Ahh, true. I hope so. As it was the end knocked a star off (would've been half a star if I could figure out how to do them! lol) for me because I was thinking - how the hell's he going to get out of this - and I was looking forward to reading about it - and then I was just left confused and deflated. I agree though, that the rest of the book was damn riveting. :) Nice review btw.

Richard Gaylor I am an avid bookreader. My favorite genre is Vampire. This book stole my heart with its reality of human intolerance with things different than the "norm." Ms Lynne has captured life so well. I have read and reread this book on Nook, until I had to purchase my own copy. Any person or member of any for of minority whether racial, social, religious, or sexual, will identify with Tommy and his struggles with "Being Human." One of the greatest books I have ever read!!!

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