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Okay, show of hands. I was the latter. I read the original trilogy a couple years back and I was largely unimpressed. I thought it kind of cliched and melodramatic. I also am not a big fan of Okay, show of hands.
This new installment is much of the same. The gap was only one year for her characters, ten years for her readers. In the original trilogy, there were no cell phones and no GPS, but in attempt to make her work seem more modern, Chandler lays on the technological references so much that it seemed unnatural and not intrinsic to the story. I see no reason for why this story was continued. It was over and done with no impending loose ends or cliff hangers to prompt its continuation.
Perhaps it is the success of the re-publication of the first three books that prompted it. Ivy still is kind of obnoxious, the little goody-two-shoes that she is. She was perfect, soooooo kind and soooo beautiful, that it is hard to identify with her.
Too perfect in that she is boring. I am not friends with boring people in real life. I like my friends loud, obnoxious, and interesting. In real life, Ivy and I would not be friends. And I feel bad for Will, her current boyfriend, because it is obvious to everyone that she is leading him on.
For some reason, Ivy cannot get over the death of her late boyfriend, Tristan, who died over a year before in their universe at least in a horrific intentional accident, which is a stupendous oxymoron. If its was closed, why did Chandler feel the need to open it back up? Leave the scab alone, woman. Like I said, much of the same.
It was an obvious filler installment, with a painful to some cliffhanger, and more loose ends than a chewed-up rug.
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