Okay, someone sneaked a generic young adult story, complete with sarcastic-whiny teen brat heroine, into this series, and I’m not too happy.
Category: 2 Oogies
Here’s a shocker: the story becomes pretty good when the heroine doesn’t have to make big decisions anymore.
They claim that this is a terrifying story that relooks at how we perceive violence. The operative word here is “claim”.
This one leaves me with heavy, hooded eyes as I try to stay awake.
This is a story powered by the heroine’s impressive victim complex and her inability to stop bumbling and bungling things up.