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Also available as: Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for download. And she has. Over and over again. Throughout time, Luce and Daniel have found each other, only to be painfully torn apart: Luce dead, Daniel left broken and alone.
Daniel treats Luce like shit. Luce accepts Daniel's treatment of her the fact that she does this causes ME to agree with Daniel's assessment , internalizes it, agonizes over it and still goes back for more. Again and again. The ONE time. I mean it.
ONE FUCKING TIME that Luce sticks up to Daniel and tells him not to treat her like an idiot the idiot that she is he kisses her probably just to shut her up - for which I'm eternally grateful then she immediately stops requesting that he treat her like an adult and an equal and he goes right back to muttering cryptic things without explaining them because her puny female mind couldn't possibly comprehend them. She obsessively stalks him, against all odds seeks him out again and again.
Finally, when he DOES tell her the truth, what does she do? She runs away. That's right. Like a big fucking pansy, it turns out that her puny female mind really CAN'T handle information. I feel like muttering that scene out of anchorman where Ron Burgundy says: "I'm a man who discovered the wheel and built the Eiffel Tower out of metal and brawn.
That's what kind of man I am. You're just a woman with a small brain.
With a brain a third the size of us. It's science.
Need I say more? Crappity crap crap CRAP! Go to a club and pick up a chick and take her home for "coffee" or to show her your special angel wings.
Whatever floats your boat. Don't stick around and interact with her and torture yourself by getting close. Other characters in this book are two-dimensional. If there were such a concept as one-dimensional, I'm sure Kate would have striven to achieve that instead.
They are stand in cardboard cut outs and easily forgettable and inconsequential.
Your story needs to have an actual story. Can you read that, Lauren Kate? Something needs to fucking happen!
Not just pages of stalking! That's not a fucking story! Nothing is more annoying then reading a book about an Anglican Preacher in the seventeenth century burning witches, when you know perfectly well how very historically inaccurate that is. This author knows nothing about angels. Or the Bible. Or religion. She shows no concept for the Biblical nature of angels, their real function, how they differ from humans. Kill me now. I felt like putting on my sexy librarian outfit, pulling out my cain hyuk hyuk and giving a very interesting instruction about the Bible in both its modern context and the times in which it is historically acknowledged to be written as well as the spiritual nature or angels and demons and heaven.
Probably would have been a lot more fun than reading this book because I look very sexy in my outfits and I give great feedback to my students!
And finally - the last rule that this story broke: 8. Consider what message your story is telling.
Stories have messages and meaning. They teach us and give us a perspective on life. Storytelling carries a great responsibility because there are few things more emotive to people than stories.
My husband and I have been together for seven years now and I can confidently say I love him. I love him. I think about him. I know him. Fallen seems to think it has something to say about Love.
Albeit, I wonder if even it knows what its opinion on love is. Maybe that love conquers all? No, not really since in the book it doesn't. Maybe that love is eternal? Well, yeah maybe. An eternal pain-in-the-ass is the theme it really seems to be going for.
However, I hate the version of love in this book. It's some mystical, unexplainable tie in this book. Something that just is without any further information provided. I can't help but compare Daniel's alleged "sacrifice" in losing Luce over and over again because he keeps selfishly kissing her when he kisses her she dies apparently with real love.
If he really loved her then he'd leave as soon as he caught a glimpse of her. He'd move across the country. Enrolling on the same day as Luce is a young boy named Todd and a girl named Gabbe. Upon this discovery, the two of them promise each other not to question the others past. On the way to their first class, Luce notices a boy and suddenly becomes nervous. Arianne tells her that his name is Daniel Grigori, and proceeds to mock her for staring at him.
Daniel is standing with another boy named Roland, and upon noticing that Luce is staring, Daniel smiles and raises his middle finger towards her. In class, Luce encounters Cam again, who attempts to flirt with her once more. She still is thinking about Daniel, leaving her distracted throughout the lesson.
Randy, the enrollment attendant, arrives and gives all three of them detention. She says that she chooses to stay at the school because she has no other options. The two become friends as Penn helps to clean Luce up. Also in detention are Daniel, Roland, and Molly. After a while, Arriane disappears, and Molly arrives to confront Luce and warns her to stay away from Daniel.
Upon hearing his name, he comes over after Molly has left to ask what has been said about him.