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Senseless based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I have read Senseless and became quite fascinated with the main character (Ranaye Hardison). She comes off through out the whole book in blown out rage over the affair. She really struts her stuff and is caught up in some bad issues with so many characters. It makes me wander how it is all going to finally end for her. Hum???? Aside from editing...The language material in this book left me sometimes eye wide or just laughing (on a positive note). The language material is something to remember in Senseless. What a different love story. Aside from Ranaye, the main character, so many other characters in this book are something to remember. Like Mrs. Hardison for example. What a mother! Quite interesting!!
In my opinion, Senseless is a book worth reading, although it has it's slow moments in the beginning of the first few chapters, words for scenes in this book seem to be repeated. And when words for scenes were repeated, I think it was because the author was trying to give the reader a climatic, adrenaline rush to make the plot more interesting! I feel it's a book, that's still worth reading to the end..This book is especially geared toward the younger audiences..who should buy a copy and read a book with a story to tell! I noticed how detailed the book was with it's outrageous moments of explicit language and nature..that centers around the main character (especially). Some of the scenes described in this book were at moments very shocking but did not keep me 'personally' from reading the book to the very end and understanding what points this first time author was trying to make when putting this 'type' of fictional love trilogy together. This book..in my opinion...has so many points to it....despite again...it being detailed and explicit in nature. I want to read the next two trilogies of this Senseless story..just to see what happens to the main character and the rest of the characters!