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Speed Of Light (2012)

by Amber Kizer(Favorite Author)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 4
Delacorte Books for Young Readers
review 1: I found this overlong, boring and both Juliet and Meridian were irritating as was Rumi's vocab. Juliet was extremely irritating, Meridan mildly so. I think Rumi 's quirk of using obscure words was supposed to be amusing but I found it interupted the flow of the narrative(I don't want to have to go look up words every other sentence when I am reading). In the second book Juliet was almost saint like in her suffering, in this book she is stupid and annoying with her whining, nobody loves me I am useless attitude along with her dumb decision to listen to the villian over her friends. Fara was an interesting and likeable addition and I would have enjoyed hearing a lot more about both hers and Tens experiences as they made there way to their respective charges rather than the l... moreong winded and repetitive ode to death and all that this means for those dying and those left behind that made up a significant portion of this book.
review 2: Currently reading this, nearly half-way through, and I am NOT impressed. The book is completely boring, there's absolutely no sign of a plot and so far all I can tell is that the author is rather unintelligent. However, I've read interviews with Amber Kizer and she seems quite lovely, so I feel guilty saying that. But it's not like she'll read this, so why should I be concerned? Not even two-star worthy. I couldn't give less of a fuck about Juliet; she's whiny and annoying and I wouldn't care if she were to be killed off. less
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