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I hate Sylvie. She is a selfish, unlovable, spoiled brat! She was so dumb, she couldn't figure out she was pregnant after being told she was pregnant! She took provisions and buried them, planned for weeks to run away, and then she immediately loses her stuff and gets abducted. Hated. Her. Period. And it never changed! It was like reading "Gone with the Wind," and Sylvie is Scarlett, but with Indians and she doesn't lose her child and she isn't smart enough to throw people under the bus. She is the bus that has been out-of-order since it drove off the lot, and anyone (even an atheist) who needs to take a bus prays to God they don't have to ride it. She has no redeeming qualities. None!
Her relationship with Storm-Chaser was overdramatic. She tried to drug him, she tried running (twice), then successfully left, told him she didn't want to be his wife, tried using his sister as a slave.... The list goes on. Then on her side, she has to bathe in the river with sand and no soap, she must eat only after her man and his dog (wolf) eats, she is allowed no freedom whatsoever, she must see her own clothes, gut the kills the hunters bring home, she is worked to the bone from sun up to sun down when she actually started working.... When she finally reached France, I don't get why she wanted to return. The bad far outweighed the good for both of them. (But people do crazy things when they are in love.") Yeah, I watched Disney's Hercules too. The difference is, that contained self sacri, and this was a domestically abusive, tyrannical home. Some women might get off on that macho bull s***, but not me.
Storm-Chaser is brutish. I was offered no incentive to like him. Sylvie hated him from the very first moment. There was no transition between hate and love. She just woke up loving him. I have no clue why, and then she still wanted to leave. What? Yeah. What was the deciding factor? She got knocked up. Brilliant reason to leave a society and track the numerous miles of wilderness alone. Yep.
There was no one focus on the book. I get Sylvie was trying to find her father, but there were months she didn't think about him. The whole scalping thing? I'm wondering how Sylvie could identify a scalp hanging in the Shemen's teepee (and not freak out), but not get she was pregnant.
The shifting could have simply been left out altogether. It was a needless fact. So they could shift. So what? They didn't really use it to further the plot.
The beginning could have been left out too, the conversation between Daniel and Sylvie's grandfather. There is no more reference to that conversation through the rest of the book, and the only "real" person was Daniel! He was sensible and considerate of others. He loved kids, he was polite, and helped mend a fence, even thought ghost he was supposed to be a prudish snob of aristocracy, at least that is the vibe I got from the grandfather for Daniel vs Sylvie's father. Of all the characters, Daniel was the most lovable. I don't think Rea was able to keep up with her characters and their actions, and that is ultimately what ruined it before it was ever started.
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