600 pages in


This has become a battle and not a joy to read. The last hundred pages I thought, seriously thought that I would be wpid-wp-1426675681462.jpgable to enjoy the book and get into the whole series. Hey maybe even give it a good review. Then after the predictable, not even exciting way that Eddard was undone was just followed by nothing more than soap opera crap. I mean I have seen better drama on Days of Our lives. At least during that time I was a child and not, well not mature enough to see the silly story lines unfold five, ten, even fifty pages before I even manage to get to said scene.
This is not to diminish the quality of the read you may have had. But for me if I am to enjoy this novel’s end then I will need something more than played out story lines built from soap operas and what appears to be B rated movies.
Let’s see what is happening in the next part of the book.

 

By Jin Okubo Author of Love

http://www.amazon.com/Love-Jin-Okubo/dp/1495962717/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1428892793&sr=8-1&keywords=jin+okubo+love

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6 thoughts on “600 pages in

  1. After watching the first season of the show, I decided to read the books. I had a long commute at the time, so I ended up listening to them all on audiobook. I’m certain I couldn’t get through them actually reading, but the audiobooks were engaging and really well done thanks to the narrator.

    I hate to say it, but if you aren’t enjoying the first book, the series probably isn’t your thing. Books two and three are great (IMO) but four and five drag on for ages in spots.

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