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Solitary: A Novel (Solitary Tales Series) di [Thrasher, Travis]
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His Loneliness Will Soon Turn to Fear….
When Chris Buckley moves to Solitary, North Carolina, he faces the reality of his parents’ divorce, a school full of nameless faces—and Jocelyn Evans. Jocelyn is beautiful and mysterious enough to leave Chris speechless. But the more Jocelyn resists him, the more the two are drawn together.
Chris soon learns that Jocelyn has secrets as deep as the town itself. Secrets more terrifying than the bullies he faces in the locker room or his mother’s unexplained nightmares. He slowly begins to understand the horrific answers. The question is whether he can save Jocelyn in time.
This first book in the Solitary Tales series will take you from the cold halls of high school to the dark rooms of an abandoned cabin—and remind you what it means to believe in what you cannot see.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 400
  • Editore: David C. Cook; New edizione (1 agosto 2010)
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  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B005MT8PQK
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9 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle I hate the ending! 22 febbraio 2017
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
SPOILER ALERT: The senseless killing of the heroine at the end and zero closure for the hero was hard to stomach after slogging through all of those struggles. I know that can be how real life is but then real life is what we're trying to escape when reading a book. There were also some problems in the plausibility department in how some of the characters behaved wisely or bravely at one point and then acted quite the opposite at others. I wish I hadn't spent the time reading it. I know it's in a series but once Jocelyn died, I had nothing to come back for.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Not going to be picking up the sequel 16 novembre 2013
Di Christy - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
First my one praise: It was fairly engrossing and made the car trip go by.

Now my complaints:

1. After finishing it I was left with the impression that it was like a WB show that ended with the much hyped season finale (where not much gets resolved, but there is plenty of shock and awe) and you're supposed to be looking forward to the next season where all of your questions are answered... but it gets cancelled because the first season just wasn't that great. I'm still a little annoyed after watching Lost and having the prospect of it all making sense in the end dangled before me, only to have to suffer through the fiasco that was season six. And I'm more generous with TV. I'm resistant to authors who can't write a coherent novel in and of itself, and need you to sign up for their eight planned installments to get the whole story. That is just too much hubris on the front end for me.

2. The dialogue got really repetitive after about 50 pages.
Half the book consists of conversations that go like this:
"What's going on?"
"I can't tell you."
"Can't tell me what?"
"Just be careful, that's all."
"What are you talking about?"
"Not now, just trust me."

Super lame. You cannot effectively develop any kind of multi-dimensional character when they are incapable of revealing any of their thoughts, everything they say must fit in a five word phrase, and the narrator is not omniscient.

3. Overall, it comes across as a pretty misogynistic book. There is not a single admirable female character. The girl protagonist is consistently portrayed as a helpless victim with major emotional issues, the mom is a drunk, the one aunt is a crazy witch-lady, the other aunt is shacked up with a drunk pedophile, the side-kick girls are flaky and one-dimensional. The narrator falls in love with a girl who has nothing going for her other then her flawless beauty and never-ending vulnerability, but this evidently makes her the Christian boy fantasy girl (I listen to Christian music, every guy band has their song about that girl.) Gag me.

4. Maybe I'm a snob, but a novel is supposed to have themes and characters that develop, come to a critical point and then resolve. I don't need a happy ending, but I do need some sense that the characters have learned and grown and there is some identifiable theme or question the novel is trying to explore. I missed what I was supposed to take away from this book. Unless it was that all an abused and victimized young woman needs to find hope in eternal life is a nice guy who is blown away by her porcelain doll face and flowing dark hair. Again, gag me.
4.0 su 5 stelle What a good read 8 aprile 2017
Di Janina - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Picked this on a whim and what a good whim it was! As I read this I could see this as a TV series. What a great one it would make. The story captured the angst of the teenage years along with the yearnings that accompanied it. Throw in the underlying feeling of something is not right and you have a good meal to sink your teeth into. Can't wait to read the next story. Highly recommend. Enjoy
5.0 su 5 stelle Questions, questions, questions! 3 settembre 2015
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This is truly a different kind of mystery. A mystery that seems to continually heap loose ends on top of each other! Questions shrouded in mystery, questions left unanswered. If you are looking for a nice tidy mystery, one in which all of the answers somehow appear before the story ends, perhaps you should continue looking. However, if you can read and just allow the questions to continue, then this is a mystery worth reading!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Amazingly Unique and Difficult to Classify 9 novembre 2013
Di Patiotoole - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I loved this series from beginning to end, although I certainly went through the gamut of emotions. Anything was possible and nothing was truly safe...kind of like the most chilling moments of real life. Mix in some Screwtape Letters, a little This Present Darkness, and simply Thrasher's own unique take on the supernatural for a kind of "wake-up call" in a chilling yet inspiring series.
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