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- Print Length: 341 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 7, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004R1Q82W
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,214,142 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The story began very interestingly and I was feeling for Olivia, her life and her state of mind. I could totally understand her fear of her mother and the responsibility she felt for her siblings. I liked how Ollie and Bobby argued. I could feel the energy and it made it all that more real for me.
But why couldn't it be for once a story where two teenagers slowly fall in love? I understand a crush, an infatuation, an instant attraction but this falling in love and meeting your soul mate destined to be together forever and marrying at the age of 17 is just ridiculous. What good does it do to incorporate a "good girls stay virgins until they're married" message if you pair them off to a stranger they met a couple of weeks ago while they are underage?
Another thing that irks me is the mind reading. I find it a total invasion of privacy but for a change I liked how they handled it. However, how could mind reading fail him at the most crucial moment? Of course it felt like this was just a twist in a story to give some drama to it. There was no good explanation for it.
And then the immaculate conception. Wow! The book lost me there. Why not just have them have sex and get pregnant? Why did it have to go to this kind of extreme? And the way Bobby acted was mind boggling. I just wanted to slap him and never stop. In my eyes he has fallen and I could not even consider him redeeming himself.
After he got another girl pregnant and then had sex with her while still being engaged to Ollie and knowing she's pregnant, too, Ollie decided to forgive him and keep his baby after all the time she was repulsed by it. Now I wanted to slap her as well.
That baring of both their souls didn't do anything for me. It felt like it came too late in the story that we should have been told earlier on. And holly shit! Was it just me or did their first time sound like rape?
I just don't buy the instability of this character. She is supposed to be a young woman who has had to raise her brother and sister, practically by herself, and deal with a unstable parent. How could she do any of this if she was that emotionally unstable. I get the fact that she was supposed to have been abducted by aliens and has residual effects from this treatment but if I had raised colicky twins from birth at 13 and survived to tell the story I think alien abduction would be a cake walk. No disregard intended to any suffers of alien abductions.
None of the other characters really did anything for me as well and the book seemed more like a teen drama with a weird alien abduction thing thrown in.
Make a long story short- didn't like it and couldn't finish it but it wasn't the worst thing I've ever read on Kindle.