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ebeth wrote:Yes, you do have a point that he is only 17, so you may find a naive side to him. I also enjoyed how they added Beth into the mix because it showed that just because he is a different person it doesn't mean she isn't going to love him.
gali wrote:I also like the developing relationship between him and Beth. Remember that the changes came upon him rather quickly, and no one explained anything to him, so I thought he handled them relatively well. I found it a bit irritating that his aunt refused to tell him anything about the changes at first.
Vermont Reviews wrote:Sometimes changes need to be experienced by the individual rather than being told or explained. These are my feelings about that.
Janetleighgreen wrote:Vermont Reviews wrote:Sometimes changes need to be experienced by the individual rather than being told or explained. These are my feelings about that.
I agree, but I just felt he was left struggling too long; it is fine to let the character experience some changes on his own, but he grew up thinking he was normal. His mother hadn't given a hint as to what his life would be like when he went back to Tinkers Grove after she died, then his aunt wouldn't really answer his quescions; everyone just kept telling him to accept what he was, and fulfill his destiny. Not to mention his father stayed away from him too, as teenager he should have been so pissed at them all the time. Ha.
This is just my opinion, I just thought it would've helped the flow of the story. I think this is where some of the repetition came in through the dialogue; also, since it took him so long to accept these changes on his own, you got some repetition and that slowed the pace.
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