So, I really liked this book. It is very addicting! Full of teenage drama. I recommend it if you're in the mood for a read like that. You certainly aren't cracking open a philosophy textbook here, just picking up a quick, mostly mindless, read. My one complaint, though, is that I'm not a fan of holding off explanations for everything just to rope readers into having to get the next book.
I hope at least some things are answered in Flawless. I hope everyone else plans on watching the show tonight! If you do, make sure and tell me what you think. But, darn it, I got sucked in to the mystery. First off, there is a YA label on this series because of strong language and kids being in adult situations.
I will just tell you that these are not nice girls; even some of their parents aren't nice, which explains some of the girls' behaviors. In the beginning I had a hard time liking any of them. I felt like I was looking at a catalog of designer labeled, high priced items while I was becoming more and more engrossed in the mystery of what happened to Ali. Don't expect your questions to be answered by the last page, and don't expect to understand what they mean when they keep mentioning "The Jenna Thing.
I was surprised to find that the books are not better than the show. They're incredibly superficial and catty and the characters and plots lack depth. The show is a much more satisfying experience overall. These girls are seventh-graders, at least at the beginning of the story. But boy have the themes changed from what I recall! It's soap opera all the way, in book form, but with disturbingly young characters.
However, the hint of mystery is very well done I seriously can NOT figure out how the author is going to explain it and the book ends on something of a cliffhanger, which unfortunately sent me immediately in search of the next installation. I'm a little ashamed of myself, but this is book was like a potato chip -- once you have one, you're going to keep eating them regardless of how bad they are for you.
An amazing beinging to an amazing seriese. The way each character has there own chapter makes somethings easyer to understand, and want to read more to get back to that person. I can see why this book often gets called a "guilty-pleasure", because it is not really the kind of book that you necessarily want to admit you've liked. It is full of spoiled-rotten, back-stabbing rich girls. Girls who think they can do whatever they want Which seems almost perfectly acceptable in this book, which I think sends the wrong message to the actual age group this book is geared towards.
I think that probably the only reason I like this book is because it is, on some very basic level, a good mystery. The rest of the story is shallow and I couldn't really relate to it, but I love a good mystery, and in spite of myself I found myself wanting to know who "A" is. And I will definitely read book 2.
Possibly read on at least until I find out who "A" is, and then I'll see how I feel about the series from there. This is definitely a guilty-pleasure, but not one I can bring myself around to fully enjoying yet. As stated above, I just have too many issues with the book to have fully enjoyed it. Maybe I'll come around more with book 2.
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