Alex (Delirium, #3.5)
Pages no: 27
Hmph.Well...it wasn't bad. It just wasn't very exciting, either. The only way I can describe it was like reading an unfinished fanfiction - I kept waiting for something to grab me, for something to happen, or for something to show me that this novella belonged to its series...that it had that same s...
This review is also available on my blog.***We get to know Alex's childhood, what happens to him after the last event in Delirium, how he escapes from the Crypts and his own journey of finding Lena in the Wilds. Honestly, this short story was a bit boring for me. And confusing. But I did liked some ...
How can you not read this and not bawl your eyes out?
Me da apuro agregar esto como si fuera un libro más debido a que no supera las 30 páginas.
Giving short stories ratings is so hard. So I'm not going to give one--how could I? These stories are just ... well ... stories. There's no climax, no beginning, no end, just a stream of consciousness. And while I do enjoy it, I'm not sure short stories are qualified of a rating.Alex was attached to...
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