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Fortunately, there was a Waterstone’s nearby!Oddly enough, the least interesting characters for me were Nick and Nora Chasing Hope Charle. Andrew ClementsI was born in Camden, New Jersey in 1949 and lived Chasing Hope in Oaklyn and Cherry Hill until the middle of sixth grad. Chasing Hope WILD THINGS is about finding home but keeping your freedom, a consummation devoutly to be wishe. Croc Chasing Hope and the Fox wasn't nearly as bad as Jungle Freakn' Bride, but it still wasn't much fun.Characters: The heroine? She recovers from years of trauma and dehumanization in a matter of days without even the slightest bump in recovery or sign of actually having been traumatized at all, because sex, guise, she really wants sex and she's sad that she never got raped like the other inmates because srsly guise she wants se. I normally do not like significant power and/or age gaps between MCs, because it frequently seems so exploitative, but Chasing Hope I totally bought it in the first book.So I wasn't sure quite what to make of this boo. (And while we’re Chasing Hope on the theme of serialised fiction, I should point out that Hellhole ends, after 500 or so pages, on a cliffhanger.)While the various bits and pieces of this plot are interesting enough in their own right, it’s hard work for the hapless reader, and the poor characterisation that’s one of the major shortcomings of this novel doesn’t help matter.
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I felt it was a little rushed and I wished Carter had taken his time in reintroducing the character so that the flow of the story wasn’t compromised.Despite that one complaint, I would recommend this book to anyon. Even the things I just knew were coming (and that did, eventually come more or less as expected), were handled competently and made as much sense for internal reasons as they did for narrative one. Stephanie's big job is to find the Scepter of the Ancients--a weapon capable of destroying anyone and anything--before the evil Faceless Ones steal it for themselve. This baby--her baby--would be no less, and no more, my own than my other children were."Although she writes in other places about her concern about poverty, and about conditions in countries that are sources for Americans to adopt children, passages like this where she is suffused with peace even while contemplating the birthmother's heartbreak made me very uncomfortable--indeed, this moment of knowledge, of hearing a divine message, comes just after the congregation has heard again about the release of the Israelites from bondage in Egypt, and in more than one place Grant describes the adoption of her daughter as a kind of rescue, as a release, indeed as a direct response to the poverty in Guatemal.