Dit leek me een leuk boek.. Helaas was dat niet zo. Ten eerste die ouders, dumpen een oma (die dementie heeft) bij hun 11 jarige dochters. Geen goed idee. En nog een berg andere dingen. Die moeder was echt super irritant met haar aww en ach.
Ook dat er aan de zijkanten of op andere plekken feitjes stonden. Het was leuk voor 1 of 2 pagina’s, maar het leidde al snel af en werd vervelend.
Though our main lead girl should for once pick. You can’t just go from one man to another. :\
I really hope the King will accept America.
-1: It is that I pushed through, but the first 3 or so pages turned me off. There was a lot of fuck (I really should count how many times) and some other harsh words. I don’t mind a curse word here and there, but there is a limit. Every sentence a fuck or a curse words is a big no-no in my book.
-1: For Eleanor: I can imagine her situation being horrible, but talk to someone about it, don’t crop it up, don’t be afraid. There are people who were willing to help you and you didn’t take their help. Also I was utterly confused on how she looked. Since it seemed Eleanor herself didn’t know.
Also the same -1 star applies to the ending. I was really really disappointed in the ending, I expected something romantic or some great solution involving Park. In short, her disappearing to some state that apparently takes a long time to reach, then not contacting him, not caring about him (atleast that is how it felt to me). And then the ending, her sending a small card with three words on them. We can only guess what it is on it.
Other then that, it was an interesting book. It had some really romantic moments and I liked how they grew to each other and eventually got into a relationship.
It was a nice book, I didn’t think I would like it. And I did.. mostly. Though I disliked Elsie for a big part of the book. I can imagine she is stressed, has lots of pressure and more, but still she acted like a bitch a lot. She was mean to people who meant nice, who tried to be her friends.
I think she should have stopped and thought about things. Should she really do all that or just drop one or two things, sure her parents might have not liked it, but hey, she is still young and has all the time of her life.
This book goes on where the last book ended, with our 3 zombies out on the run, and now comfortably living in an appartment. But not all is well, there are tensions between the 2 guys and the girl. Mostly have to do with romance.
Stamp is slowly drifting away, falling for a hot blonde girl, who likes him back.
But is she all that good? Or does she have evil intentions. Dane and Maddy find out there have been a lot of people going missing around their area, and are getting suspicious.
It was a great book, and I cried a few tears for Stamp. Though he was an idiot, he didn’t deserve this.
I am eagerly waiting for book 3.