Jennifer Craycraft Craycraft itibaren Third Creek, MO, Birleşik Devletler
Full of ethic point.
Maybe I've grown older, or just read a lot more books since the last of Camilla Läckberg's, but I really did not enjoy this one as much as the previous. What I don't like is the very one-sided description of all the characters. Also, this book changes perspective between a lot of different characters, yet every one of them narrates with exactly the same voice and language, even using the same expressions and adjectives to describe each other. Often the problems are described in the most cliché-like way, and then those few fixed phrases are repeated throughout the entire story. Still, the book deserves its four stars. The plot was brilliant as always, and once the story took off, it was hard to put the book down. Works well as a pleasant, not too challenging read.
This whole series has captured me this summer! I swear there were days on end when I did only the minimum of work so that I could read, read, read. I was disconcerted by the amount of time that had passed between the second and third book. I spent a good bit of time trying to fill in the blanks. This book seemed a bit more pedagogic - more pedantic than the first two. Although I agree with her points, I'm not sure I like the influence on the story. As always, I had a hard time seeing characters change for the worse like Liam Kirby. I wasn't enthralled with Strikes the Sky. Sorry Hannah, I just liked Liam better!