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- File Size: 2145.0 KB
- Print Length: 583 pages
- Publisher: LSODea (20 Jan. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MS9XQA3
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- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #281,367 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I am loving the way the series is going. I recommend reading the first two books before reading this one.
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Four years have passed since the last book. Not much has changed, as true change can only be brought with a human (male) leader. No one else is mentally capable of making it happen (no, I'm not kidding). Trinity is now in her early twenties, though according to everyone else, she has returned to the age of twelve. She rescues her uncle, who spends the next ten percent of the book arguing with her about how he didn't like the way the rescue was pulled off an calling her bratty, immature, etc. Soon after, he realizes she is attractive and the fact that she gets male attention is added to the list of complaints. Despite the fact that she is written as an important contact and person to others, any request she makes is argued with, any decision she makes is overridden, and she is told constantly that she can't be on her own, handle herself, or make her own decisions. If she does make a decision it is overridden to put her in a worse situation, that wouldn't have happen if she had just stayed at home, of course.
If you cut out the parts of this book where others complained about Trinity being an immature brat that could magically be fixed if she got laid, cut out the parts where others argued with her about her actions, and cut out the parts where it was stated she needed to stay at home because she was helpless (though it was also stated she was the best at survival and a killer), you would have a few chapters of a start for decent book in the series. As it is, this book fell in to the trap of many other young adult romances where in order to make the man look strong, they had to make the woman weak. As Trinity has never been weak, this author had to try for stupid, but since stupid enough to make THIS work wasn't an option, the only possibility left was to make any character progression go so far backwards as to write her as a twelve year old in a woman's body. Of course, she is the only twenty something year old on the planet that hasn't been informed about how sex works and doesn't understand flirting, so that she can be both a bratty child and a sexual object at the same time!
If you like romances that go nowhere where manly men complain about bratty women, and other important stuff happens in the background, but only when the main characters aren't anywhere near each other as that results in nothing but bickering, this is your perfect book. Other stuff happened and heavy handed morality was demonstrated, but the real lesson of this story is that if you undermine, complain at, and tell a woman she is a child and needs a man to take care of her, and that if she doesn't start having children she will be all alone in the world for the majority of a book, by the end of it you can make her agree with you.
Of course, all of these people encouraging her to breed seem to be forgetting that they are all living on borrowed time, and this whole series started out because Trinity's people a bred, killed, cooked, and eaten by everyone else. Even their allies... who are usually kind enough to hide to roast if Trinity pops over. Apparently is poor manners to offer someone a bite of their sibling when you are trying to convince them to settle down and have kids (for you to eat).