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review 2014-01-30 18:54
The Choice
The Choice - Nicholas Sparks

Read in 2012  (from August 30 to September 4)


I heard many positive opinions on Nikolas Sparks and his books so I wanted to check it out. I ended up thoroughly disappointed. Reading this book I finally realized that New York Times' bestseller books are actually really really bad. Their every bestseller I've read ended up being literary garbage. I guess those books were only written to be sold and make profit to certain people.


Anyway, The Choice's story is boring and predictable. All you want is the story to finish already. The characters are very shallow and undeveloped. The main female character who is an MD shows rather prominent signs of stupidity.


There are two parts of the book. The first part is a complete failure, while the second is not as bad as the first, but rather uninteresting.


Disgusted by this book, I am sure to never read anything from Sparks again.

Source: elverith.booklikes.com
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review 2014-01-30 16:25
You're The On I Don't Want
You're the One That I (Don't) Want a-Format - Alexandra Potter

Read in 2012

from March 16 to 18


I think Potter is the only writer I despise more than Sophie Kinsella. I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and throw up a better book than any of Potter's. Never mind that, the book was absolutely horrible. The main character Lucy is a complete idiot. She's  childish, reckless, basically someone you would like to punch in the face if you ever met them. 


In Alexandra Potter's books you can't find any point whatsoever. Even Kinsella introduces some poor and meager points. As if the book was not already bad, Potter introduces magic and fantasy factors.


I really can't make myself talk about the plot. If you're interested, you can read the synpsis of the book on Goodreads 



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