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- Print Length: 257 pages
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- Publication Date: January 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0090L9DTE
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Not a whole lot actually seems to happen in the second story, as can be a problem for the second book in a trilogy. Plus, the "teenagery-ness" got overwhelmingly tiring pretty quick. "Oh, I should tell someone about this - but I won't." "Oh, I'm in love with my best friend's sort-of-boyfriend - but not really, right?" Again and again, those two things come up.
Finally things picked up a bit at the end, which leads into the third book, a more compelling story, well.
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The protagonist has an obsession with finding their mother and is willing to put themselves and their friends in great danger in order to do so. It stinks of a youth thinking they know better than their elders and this is proven to be false, which comes across as a 'well, duh!' moment. It wasn't even as if she had much realistic reason to jump into conflict in the way she did. There were many warning signs, but she ignored them.
I can see where the author intended to throw doubt on the decisions the experienced watchers made in regards to not searching for the protagonist's mother, but the major element which throws doubts on these was shadowy and untrustworthy. If there was less foreshadowing and information came from more sources to convince the protagonist, I think I could have been hoodwinked.
As it is, I think this has become a moral story about why you should listen to your elders. I won't be reading the next book.