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HASSIB Krim Krim itibaren Saotanre, Central Sinjai, Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi, Endonezya itibaren Saotanre, Central Sinjai, Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi, Endonezya

Okuyucu HASSIB Krim Krim itibaren Saotanre, Central Sinjai, Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi, Endonezya

HASSIB Krim Krim itibaren Saotanre, Central Sinjai, Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi, Endonezya

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For 200 pages, I've been marveling why about everybody who rated this book here or on Amazon loved it so much. When I bought it, the premise sounded great and I expected to adore this book. But for me, neither Gemma nor Ty came alive; and as this story is kind of based on these two persons and almost nothing else, I couldn't really make myself care. I really liked the last third of the book, however. Gemma's feelings were starting to get more complex, as did Ty's character. I also really liked the novel's ending. I don't want to say too much, but I think Lucy Christopher found a very subtle and moving way to end her story. What I don't know about is, if Gemma's feelings are in any way realistic. I couldn't shake the feeling that the author doesn't know much more about a hostage's psyche and the Stockholm Syndrome than I do. She probably has done her reading, but if she did, she simply didn't convey that knowledge to me in a way I could understand. I often didn't get how she goes from one feeling to the next, especially in the second third of the novel. I seem to be almost alone with these feelings, though. So maybe you should just give it a try.