Jason Walker Walker itibaren Ortueri, Province of Nuoro, İtalya
I read this book after the scandal of "Million Little Pieces" being untrue, and I still loved it, James Frey really is a good writer.
Definitely a fun read, but hardly anything more that just that. The ideas and plots are interesting, yet rather predictable. Humor saves the series for me (oh, and Eric). Plot moved at a fast clip, and Sookie is funny but shallow... Although, I do admit, once I started it, I had a hard time putting it down.
I just started this, but I feel like this belongs in the Uglies/Pretties trilogy thus far (not a bad thing). The language is worse in this book though. Dystopic plots abounding... UPDATE: Okay, by "languauge" above, I meant profanity. SO, I really liked this book. You all know that I adore a dystopia. It does something for the cynic in me, I guess. This book was incredibly well-written. It reads as a first-person narrative by a teenager in an era of blatant ignorance, apathy, hedonism, and stupidity. It is painful to read. All the DUMB is just right there in the text. The character of Violet is an excellent contrast of someone with an innate sense of morality, economy, and a foundational education. Heads up, this is NOT a feel good book with a tidy or happy ending.