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Morning Glories #19 (Time to stop running Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Mon Jun 11, 2012 6:25 am

Seriously, what the hell is going on in this book? It’s crazy. What’s going on with Zoe? Why did she go all slasher-movie? Why the hell is some actress that Hunter saw on a talk-show suddenly in the woods with a high-powered rifle? This book is messing with my head in so many ways, I’m hooked, but totally lost. I did like that the flashback was fairly simple this time, apart from the talk-show. It was just Hunter talking with his mother in the hospital, and providing important character details about him, about his lack of self-esteem. That’s the thing that really anchors this book, in amongst all the crazy stuff swirling around, the characters are recognisable as real teenagers. Even psycho-killer Zoe. But now she’s dead. I hope the next arc brings all (or most) of the kids back together, I miss the group dynamic really, it’s fun to get these character-focussed stories, but it makes the series feel a bit disjointed.

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