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Fourth Comings (Jessica Darling Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2008


    I couldn't wait to read this book because I absolutely loved the first three in the series. I recall reading each of those books in about a day. I knew this book was disappointing from the beginning when I started getting bored around the 50th page (and I had 250 pages to go!) The reason why it was a slow read because Jessica was actually writing to Marcus, and it wasn't set up in the typical journal entry (as in the first three). That was the main drawback. However, I'm not disappointed in the ending like other customers have stated. Her refusal to his proposal was justified by saying 'How can I possibly promise to love you FOREVER when I don't even know who you'll be by the time you get this notebook?' (p.301). I hear ya woman, coming from a girl who doesn't settle. I hope there's a fifth book in the future to showcase Jessica's new adventure as a single girl in a journal style of writing. Here's to hoping :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2007

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    i loved the series i read the first three books in about a months time (i had to wait to go buy the next book) and when i got the fourth it took me about two months to finish it.. it seriously was a disappointment i wish it ended differently

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2007


    I cannot say enough good things about the first three Jessica Darling books. They were so fun and exciting, but Fourth Comings really left something to be expected. I still liked the book because I've fallen in love with Jessica Darling and Marcus Flutie, but sadly, the book left me feeling discouraged. Throughout the book, Jessica was whiny and critical. The worst part for me was the ending. I read and re-read it 20 times because I thought for sure that I had missed something. It made me feel like I should've just stuck with the ending I had read in Charmed Thirds. That one made me happier and more hopeful for a brighter Jessica Darling future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2007

    What happened?

    The first three books in this series were excellent both witty and entertaining. However, I did not enjoy this book nearly as much. Maybe it was so different because Jess was writing to Marcus instead of just journaling, but it had a completely different tone from the other books and the end was extremely disappointing. This book did not hold my attention at all, I kept having to resist the urge to skip pages. I hope there is a fifth so that this series can redeem itself.

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