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I also pray for Reah or Lissa to became a real woman and stand up to all of them. Frankly, each time they put that very young girl (she started out only 17!) in danger and then justified it by saying, but it will save lives or even planets without even asking her, I want to hurl. Norian is an ass and why Lissa allows him to do the things he does to her (in the other books) and now her family, really escapes me. And I want to scream everytime some man just decides they want to be yet another mate to Reah and then forces her. It is really sad. I didnt like that Lissa ended up with 17 mates, and it looks like the same is happening to Reah. Not a single one bothered to ASK her and let her decide. And to make this girl while she is sick get up and cook for them is very much abusive. If the baby is so important then why risk it and Reah? Why start yet another alliance? And for heavens sake why have the one person I thought truly loved Reah turn out this way?? Lissa's children were surprisingly horrible. I would have thought she would have taught them better.
All in All, Ms. Suttle writes wonderfully. She really draws you into the characters. I just want something happy in these women's lives. I admit it, I want to feel good after reading a book, not sad and depressed.
However,while trying to create sympathy for Reah, almost everyone else had to act like a dick and Reach herself acts like an idiot. Reah's mates mostly like like the worse juvenile delinquent you fear to leave around your daughter. Reah herself acts like a masochistic submissive who likes being abused. Norian is head dick; but why doesn't Reach, Lisa or one of the other mates just take his head off. Why does Lisa put up with him? Gavril could easily have told Reah who he was dozen times rather than led her into this complicated web. Kirfirin for a god acts like an idiot and after he does something for one of his "beloved" does not bother to keep track to what is happening to others he claims to love? Is he a god or a three year old? The way Reah's mates act does not make sense unless they are supposed to be cast as villeins and Reah's non reaction is simplistic. Why does she put with this crap to begin with and not dump several of these losers?
The redeeming points are:
The book is inexpensive
The book is very fast read
If you want to kill a few hours , go for it. But be prepared to be frustrated with idiotic characters.
I just couldn't take it anymore. I stopped read about a quarter through this book.
I just couldn't take anymore of the verbally and mental abuse that Reah is
so receptive too. She allows people to treat her anyway they want to in the
name of the greater good.
There is no character growth in the series so far that I've read. The men that
Reah is attracted to are very abusive to her. And she allows it.
It could be because she grew up being abused so the way they treat her is normal to her....
One thing that bothered me the most in this series is that Reah
have no will and that this series tries to justify abuse and rape.
She accepts virtually any man that tells her they love her and sleeps
with them. It's like she believes she have no choice.
I also agree with the reviewer that that stated they believe the writer of this book
grew up in an environment where women have no say so.
There are somethings about this series that bothered me but I just cant seem
to pin down exactly what it is that bothers me.
But something just seem off in many aspects with this book and this series.
I do not recommend this book or series. I will be returning this
book. There are too many great books out there. I refuse to struggle to read a
book or series that I do not like.
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