How to describe this .... I'll just use a quote from the book.
"It's like a soap opera." Ian nods. "But with worse acting."
Slamming doors, yelling, slamming doors, yelling.
I'm not saying I don't like Drama, but this goes beyond that, it felt forced and was just too much.
Too much turning one character into another.
"He's unraveling before me, becoming something different; terrifying me in a way I never could've expected."
Readers who liked Adam are going to dislike this book, a lot.
I like Warner/Aaron, but I still feel cheated. I feel like my "team" won by cheating. The author had to make one character look really bad so that the reader would be okay with who Juliette picked. I HATE that. It happened in Jenny Han's We'll Always Have Summer, And Stephanie Perkins' Lola and the Boy Next Door.
Maybe she was listening to the fans who wanted more Warner & Juliette scenes. I admit I like the steamy scenes, in the past, but not in this book. Again, it's because I felt robbed. I was so disappointed in the book I couldn't even enjoy the things I really wanted.
"And we are quotation marks, inverted and upside down, clinging to one another at the end of this life sentence. Trapped by lives we did not choose."
This book did have something good in it.
He steals the best lines and it's what made the book bare-able.