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Meh, this wasn't one of her best. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't really good, either. The plot was pretty predictable and unimaginative, and it just didn't have that spark that made me want to dig in and devour the story and the characters.

What it did have, which I noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. I get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. Maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. I inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including Allegra, Brick, Bluto, Hollis, Calgary, Curren, Kenzie, Sterling, Colby, Benton, Barbie, Sabine, Ashland, Schuyler, Sultan, Bridger and Thornton. Sheesh, enough! Not that I would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like Tom or Mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

Anyhow, this was a light, quick read, and suited its purpose well -- it was fine as a mindless read for a day at the pool.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

anyhow, this was a light, quick read, and suited its purpose well -- it was fine as a mindless read for a day at the pool.
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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

anyhow, this was a light, quick read, and suited its purpose well -- it was fine as a mindless read for a day at the pool.
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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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what it did have, which i noticed early on and then became fixated on, was an over-abundance of ridiculously-named characters. i get really annoyed when authors use names that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember, as it seems like an unnecessary hardship for readers. maybe the author is trying to be cool by using these trendy (?) names, but it was just annoying to me. i inwardly cringed at each new strange name, including allegra, brick, bluto, hollis, calgary, curren, kenzie, sterling, colby, benton, barbie, sabine, ashland, schuyler, sultan, bridger and thornton. sheesh, enough! not that i would want each character in a book to be named something boring and/or traditional like tom or mary, but still, the crazy or made-up names should be kept to a minimum.

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