I know you're all as anxious as I am for me to get back to reviewing hard copy books, but I simply haven't had the time to carry a book with me over the last few weeks, and neither novels nor iPods were allowed at the week-long summer camp I went to. So...I was kind of stuck.
Never fear, though! Once school kicks back up again I'll have time to read once again. Actually, I'll have to read, or I won't get my last English credit, which I kind of need to graduate, if you know what I mean.
Back to the task at hand. Here's yet another free iBook review...if you dare.
I think you can probably guess how this one went, and I can guess that you're probably right. Yep, Horrible.
I'll keep it simple since I really don't have the willpower to do an in-depth discussion about this book, nor the time or space on my website to ponder each of the several thousand nitty gritty issues I had with this book.
First I will say that this book is NOT for kiddies. The cover seems...er...cute, and the writing style is...childish...but that does not mean this is a kids book. I'll leave it at that.
Next, the author clearly has never been in love, or if she has, this book is a daydream of how she thinks love should be. Sorry, dear, but nobody meets the most perfect guy ever (there's no such thing) and starts a perfect relationship (again, no such thing) within two days of meeting him.
No 15-year-old girl's parents, who clearly don't approve of the "relationship", will let their daughter wander the woods for hours at a time with a boy they don't even know. Nor will she go unpunished for running off time and time again with this boy. And sucking face is not magical or something people love to do. It's disgusting, and if this is the only thing you can write, then maybe you should give it up.
I'm telling you, reading this book gave me cancer. I can feel it...
I'll spare you the family drama, unrealistic sibling rivalry that I couldn't make heads or tails of, and completely worthless "kidnapping" by the love-interest's cousins that was so boring I literally skipped ten pages of the book so that I wouldn't have to read any more of it. I don't know what was going through the author's mind as she wrote this, but it was no more than a page filler and did absolutely nothing for the story. In fact, the story would have been better (if that's even possible for a book as horrible as this) if the kidnapping had been omitted completely.
If this was a physical book in my hands I would burn it in my backyard, wave an American flag over the ashes and yell "GOD BLESS AMERICA".
In conclusion: I'm giving Any Red-Blooded Girl 1 star our of 5. Complete garbage from beginning to end, with no plot line and incredibly terrible "plot twists" and "suspense".
I'm becoming concerned that reading free iBooks is bad for my blood pressure.
As always Stay weird!