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Posted April 19, 2011
When I first heard about this book I was extremely excited about reading it. Right away I tried to put it on hold only to find out that the library did not own a copy. A couple of months later I saw the book again. It was at the library which suprised me. In a happy way. With no hesitation I checked out the book. However the book did not deliver on what it said it would. The book drags. Many people say how they could not get past chapter three. Well I was able to get to chapter six and I can honestly say that it felt like the prologue still. Laurell was "figuring" out what her mother was trying to tell her but to me it felt forced. She gets one letter and because it happens to have a flower attached to it that must mean that she can harrness the power of plants. Also it felt as if there were only two characters: Laurell and everyone else because every characters had the same voice and they were all interchangeable. The last thing that really bugged me about the book was how the author tried to make the reader feel bad for Laurell by making everyone be grade A brats to her. She was just as rude to the people around her and I felt nothing for her or any of the other characters.
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Posted August 20, 2010
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