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Stargazer (Evernight Series #2)

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  • Posted April 21, 2010

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    Nuh Uh

    This book really lost my interest. The first book was really good, but the second one can't compare. I really didn't like this book, it was a waste of money. If you like slow paste books I guess this is for you?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2009

    WHAT?

    I fell in love with evernight and could not wait for stargazer to come out. When I picked it up and before I got halfway done I thought what the heck? What Claudia Gray thinking when she wrote this you can't have to many twists in the middle of the story like that. Now let's get to Bianca and her relationship with the others around her. She is suposed to be best friends with Raquel even though they can't agree on one thing and I think that they each treat each other like they hate each other. And Bianca makes it seem so easy to slip out of a boarding school in the middle of the night when in fact it would be ten times harder than she made it seem. And then she "pretends" to go out with Balthazar when it looks like she spends all of her time with him and forgets all about Lucas. It is like she fell in love with him and that's who she cares about even when he says that he fell in love with someone a long time ago. Then they get to leave campus when you know that there is no way in heck that the headmaster at the school will let you do that. And when she gets into a big fight with Lucas it was like she was claming that she has had enough of him and then they get back together. Then they had the big turn in the middle where she's suposed to be a ghost or what ever and that they are trying to kill her to make her one of the ghosts. And when she turns against how she was razed in the flash of a second. How many times do I have to say this YOU CAN'T DO THAT!!!! You already had one big turn in the first story and one in this one now you try to bring something like that out in the end. You can't do that or the whole series will sound like you don't know what the heck you are doing. This is one of the worst books that I've read and when I hear people say that people who like Twilight will like this I laugh because this is such a Twilight wanabee. If you like Twilight don't pick up this book and don't even consider it.

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