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I dont know if this has been theo replied before, if it has my apologies... but i just saw this on another board and i had to post it here... this shit is epically lullable.

 

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The description of the Sonic music playing in the backround while they made out for three hours- stuck on the Casino level, lol... switch blade comb though. That part killed me. I got one of those from back in the day. When I use it, I still feel very 'Dangerous-Cool'.

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that's the second time you or someone else have posted that in 2 days.

 

(to drue)

 

It was me.. I keep posting cause BF, and now this twerp left me hanging.

 

I need answers & closure.

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My enjoyment of this book was hurt most by the characters, who are sad, hollow creatures with emotions skittering off their surfaces and never reaching any deep significance. There were times when the characters were supposedly happy, terrified, or despairing, but I only know because that's what I was told by the narrator. It's one of the worst cases of characterization by telling rather than showing that I've read in a long time, and as a result, I never emotionally connected with any of the characters. The romance never became credible, remaining a bad example of love at first sight without adequate explanation, and without real character depth there was little hope of salvaging it. It doesn't help that there are only about four characters in the book that Bujold even tries with — everyone else given barely enough attention to let them fulfill their place in the plot.

 

That being said, the plot manages to pick up after the middle of the book and the last fifty pages of this book, if you can make it that far, do manage to pull something out of the arbitrary hash of twists that led up to that point. Right about the point that Cordelia starts breaking with her history and going her own way, I found it easier to start paying attention. Bujold does pull quite a bit together at the end, putting some meaning behind the title and giving some sense of why the reader should care, although rather late in the game to really help. It's enough to keep this from being a really bad book, but not enough to raise it above the level of purely mediocure.

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