In addition to that, I spent some time with her talking about her inspiration and the way she approached the disability representation. I have a lot to share, so bear with me here. You can also view this post on my blog HERE. Also please remember that discussion is great, but please keep it kind and civil!
Things this book has: Uhhh we shall find out I guess. Speaking more generally, this book was just mostly bad. Starting from the blurb, which is just a few sentences from the first chapter copypasted together.
That extra sentence about snow? Whoever did that did a very poor job.
More than a full week after the book released! But I got receipts.
NeverForgetTheBlurb Authors, even big ones, still have to fight hard to see their books picked up by publishers, be sold, and then be read and hyped by readers. SJM has never heard of it. Think about your own internal monologue. Or do you simply think about them with their name?
This sentence just does not flow. I wonder how many creative writing students failed their assignments for doing exactly what the most hyped YA fantasy author these days does constantly. Do we also want to have The Talk about the weird connotations and implications that this word has?
Weird unchallenged sexist comments!!!!!
Ohhhh now you've done it, you got me mad. Which it can be!!!! People with low sexual drive exist!!!!!!!!!! But books need to also acknowledge that ace people exist too. Thin boys, fat boys, trans boys need to be there too. Maybe she needs to listen to the still too small part of her readers that demand More, that demand Better.
There were parts of the book that I liked. I even enjoyed most of its central part.Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jeff Wheeler took an early retirement from his career at Intel in to write full-time. He is a husband, father of five, and a devout member of his church. Europe. Walmart Pulls Soviet-Themed Shirts After Lithuania Objects.
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He's just one of the best writers in the genre and these characters are still well served by the on-going series. The plot gets a bit "silly" at the end, but that's often .
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