Tuesday, February 5, 2013


Okay, so I want to apologize beforehand for my lateness. I know, I'm horrible and I apologize.
I pinched a nerve in my neck so I have limited mobility in my right arm. I swear I am the only human in existence who can hurt itself while reading *falls over*
Anyways, since I'm currently in gimp mode I extended Heathers' spotlight, which also gives everyone two more days to enter the contests :D Yay so gimpy is a #WIN for you guys ;)
Now on with the show!

If I had to choose one word to sum up all of my problems, this would be it.
Without hybrids, I wouldn’t have to watch my best friend slowly becoming a monster. Without hybrids, I could let go of the mentality “hunt or be hunted.” CHAS wouldn’t be scouring the Earth, intent on slaughtering and using Alex to do it. Without hybrids, I wouldn’t have to be on guard that losing my temper meant losing my shape. There would be no monster inside me, struggling to get out.

Then again, without hybrids, I wouldn’t have Wesley St. John.
So first off, I have to say WHAT THE FLYING HOLY MONKEYS HEATHER! I swear I cussed your a*s out for about 20 mins after you left me hanging like that! AHHHHHHH SERIOUSLY WOMAN!!!!!
I would totally disown you if you left the series off like that... but luckily for you and my homicidal ideals, you haven't finished yet *evil laugh* ;)
Now, with book three we run into an epic showdown with Hybrids *duhn duhn duuuuuhn* but not exactly how you think.  Seriously, the twists that Heather ends up bitch slapping you with will leave you with whiplash.  Was TOTALLY NOT expecting ANY of that freaking stuff to happen... but I'm  sooooo glad it did.
Along with the Hybrids, Tara has to choose her destiny, one path will lead to the salvation of all species, the other will lead to death and continuous bloody war (Yay violence!)
Now, while she's making some epic  choices in this book that would have you running from the room screaming from all the pressure, you don't get a sense of where all of her choices will lead her, and whether or not she'll bring peace to the races or die a horrible utter failure.  While each decision is cohesive in the context of her character, the final outlook is yet to be discovered, and I love it! Creates a total emotional whirlwind!
I'm kid of hoping she'll turn evil, just because I'm nefarious like that and always wonder what would actually happen if the good guy/girl turns bad and throws a screw into everything ;)
Now, the emotional connection between the characters intensifies to the point where the dominance in the groups start to slowly shift.  The emotions run high, people are becoming more assured in who they are and their place in the whole scheme of things.
And you wont BELIEVE who's starting to become the dominant leader
*falls over*
Lets just throw all sexual prejudices out the window, shall we?
When it comes to 'the boys' I'm starting to shift teams.  I love them ALL but, and this may come as a shock to you guys, I'm starting to favor George more *gasp*
I know, he was an annoying little f*ck to me in the previous book, but in this one, with all the changes and challenges and utter WTF moments, his strength of character has grown on me. I'm not necessarily saying he should be with Tara, I like the whole bestie aspect when it comes to their relationship, but maybe he could come home with me (sorry Jeremy) ;)
You all SERIOUSLY have to get this book!
And Heather dear, WRITE MORE!!!
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