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yay:D let me know when you do so we can talk about them :P
i still have this "dark canopy" book i need to buy and i still need to end frankenstein, but after that ^^
yay :D read them when you get the chance :D
The las book in series wont be out for another two years (-_-)
so you have plenty of time.
sooo, i looked them up on kindle and apparently the critics aren't that good
This Buffy-esque YA novel does not translate well to the audio medium, and part of the problem lies in the story's pacing. Teenager Clary discovers she can see supernatural beings that no one else can, gets drawn into the world of the Shadowhunters (teens who kill demons and monsters) and learns that her mother is somehow mysteriously connected to all the strange happenings around her. As a result, a good chunk of the novel consists of long explanatory passages, as various characters fill Clary in on supernatural creatures, the history and rules of the Shadowhunters and her mother's entanglements—all of which come across as tedious lectures. In addition, narrator Graynor makes almost no attempt to differentiate the various teen characters' voices. Only the minor character Dorothea, played as a faux witch with a gravelly New York accent, is memorable. Graynor also frequently ignores the author's explicit textual directives, such as [Simon] came back, sounding worried or The tone of arrogant superiority was back in [Jace's] voice, for her performance, making this a program with an intriguing premise and cast but disappointing execution. Ages 14-up. (May) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
and it's 5 € or something, and there's this book everyone has been telling me to read "Divergent" or something