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- Publication Date: March 7, 2014
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- Language: English
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"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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The trickery and mind games weren't as interesting as they could have been. It wasn't always blatantly obvious what was going to happen, but there were at least major clues that India was walking into a trap. It's like in horror movies when the person fleeing danger runs upstairs and you know they won't come out of it unscathed. That's how it was with India. How did she not see some of these things coming?
India was mean to Oliver in high school. He had every right to be pissed at her, but he took it to a whole new level of crazy. There was nothing redeeming about him, but for some reason she still saw past his faults. The message here was that it's okay for guys to be manipulative, devious jerks. They're still worthy of love even if they've done cruel things to women publicly.
From all of this I'm supposed to conclude that they love each other. Yeah because abusive guys are soooo attractive. People do change. Just because they were good once doesn't mean they are now. Too bad India didn't learn this until it was too late. I have no interest in reading the next book because I'm sure the two of them will end up together.
The story as a whole was not bad. There were a lot of grammatical errors that forced me to have to read some things more than once to get the meaning of what was being said. You find out what happened between India and Christian to make her want to torment Oliver but it takes so long for those details to come out that you just want to walk away from the book. India is constantly talking about needing to tell Oliver what really happened. Be forewarned that when India does finally share the incident with the reader, it's a very brutal story.
There is a cliffhanger to this first book and I will admit despite how I feel about this book and giving it only three stars, I've bought book 2 in the series because I want to see what eventually happens between these two.
Oliver vows to make her life on campus a living hell..and so the games begin.
It's like a game of plays. He loves her. He hates her. Meanwhile, India feels she deserves it for the pain she caused him, but she'll only allow it to go so far.
In a series of wicked games, frenemies, and unbelievable cruelty; two people learn they're broken beyond repair, yet one holds on to a secret that could save the other. Truth and lies...love and hate...
Joanna reaches into the depths of one's soul when she creates these books. I've read nearly everything she's written and I've never been disappointed. She has such passion and it explodes in written form. I'm always in awe when I read her work. 5 stars!
I highly recommend the entire series. I've read all four books and they'll leave you breathless!
her past, she actually grown into a strong, independent person with clear goals and forgiveness in her heart. The story was entertaining. Expect a cliff-hanger ending in this dark romance.
This is a darker story with a long history between the main characters. There is anger and resentment on both sides. When the past gets revealed it is intense. The book is well written and the story is very detailed with developed characters. That is something I have found in every book of Joanna Mazurkiewicz that I have read. The story didn't feel rushed or dragging, so it had nice flow. Even though I struggled with the maturity level of the characters I am going to be reading the next book. I have to know what happens.