Who are the real antagonists in the book?

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Re: Who are the real antagonists in the book?

Post by Christina Rose » 26 Nov 2017, 19:04

Ana-Maria-Diana wrote:I don't think that in this book we can blame one persone or one group. It is hard. Leaving aside the lack of information, it is all about how human beings are created. Deep down no one is only good or only evil. It is within us the readers to accept all characters as they are and to see the good that is in the bad and the bad that is in the good. So for me, it does not exist a full antagonist.
I agree that we cannot blame one person or one group in this book. Thank you for your insightful view.

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Post by BoyLazy » 26 Nov 2017, 22:29

Christina Rose wrote:
Ana-Maria-Diana wrote:I don't think that in this book we can blame one persone or one group. It is hard. Leaving aside the lack of information, it is all about how human beings are created. Deep down no one is only good or only evil. It is within us the readers to accept all characters as they are and to see the good that is in the bad and the bad that is in the good. So for me, it does not exist a full antagonist.
I agree that we cannot blame one person or one group in this book. Thank you for your insightful view.
Exactly no one is only good or only evil. Everyone has a grey side to them.
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Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 02:54

BoyLazy wrote:
Christina Rose wrote:
Ana-Maria-Diana wrote:I don't think that in this book we can blame one persone or one group. It is hard. Leaving aside the lack of information, it is all about how human beings are created. Deep down no one is only good or only evil. It is within us the readers to accept all characters as they are and to see the good that is in the bad and the bad that is in the good. So for me, it does not exist a full antagonist.
I agree that we cannot blame one person or one group in this book. Thank you for your insightful view.
Exactly no one is only good or only evil. Everyone has a grey side to them.
Yes! But, hopefully there will still be a clear antagonist in the next installment.

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Post by Reviewer Book » 27 Nov 2017, 02:57

Even after reading this book, I am not clear as to who is to blame. Unless I just missed something completely, I don't think there was enough information to formulate an opinion here.

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Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 02:59

Reviewer Book wrote:Even after reading this book, I am not clear as to who is to blame. Unless I just missed something completely, I don't think there was enough information to formulate an opinion here.
I don’t think you missed anything. I wasn’t able to really formulate an opinion, either. Maybe after reading the next book!

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Post by BoyLazy » 27 Nov 2017, 04:25

Reviewer Book wrote:Even after reading this book, I am not clear as to who is to blame. Unless I just missed something completely, I don't think there was enough information to formulate an opinion here.
There was little info.. may we can explore more in upcoming books.
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Post by Reviewer Book » 27 Nov 2017, 10:49

BoyLazy wrote:
Reviewer Book wrote:Even after reading this book, I am not clear as to who is to blame. Unless I just missed something completely, I don't think there was enough information to formulate an opinion here.
There was little info.. may we can explore more in upcoming books.
I hope so

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Reviewer Book wrote:
BoyLazy wrote:
Reviewer Book wrote:Even after reading this book, I am not clear as to who is to blame. Unless I just missed something completely, I don't think there was enough information to formulate an opinion here.
There was little info.. may we can explore more in upcoming books.
I hope so
Great. This book has so much that can be explored in the upcoming books.
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Post by Medha Jha » 30 Nov 2017, 03:43

not one side should be blamed. It is both sides.

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Post by BoyLazy » 30 Nov 2017, 03:44

definitely there was not so much info so that we could blame one individual.
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Post by Christina Rose » 30 Nov 2017, 15:17

Medha Jha wrote:
30 Nov 2017, 03:43
not one side should be blamed. It is both sides.
I agree there is no single culprit, but still want more information.

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Post by BoyLazy » 30 Nov 2017, 20:59

Christina Rose wrote:
30 Nov 2017, 15:17
Medha Jha wrote:
30 Nov 2017, 03:43
not one side should be blamed. It is both sides.
I agree there is no single culprit, but still want more information.
I am expecting info later in next books
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Post by Matt D Prinne » 01 Dec 2017, 04:37

I think it was the Naturals who created them. Whenever someone tries to perfect creation, it always goes horribly awry.

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Post by inaramid » 15 Dec 2017, 03:57

The conflict seemed more like a backdrop that I keep wondering if thinking about it would already be "overthinking" it. A lot of things were just thrown back to make way for the "other" things that the book deemed more important.

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Post by pinklover » 25 Dec 2017, 06:20

Too many people got involved, Jennifer is the center of the story. Some part I don't like it but I learn something on the way Jennifer deals with a strangers.
When everything seems too late, but it's not. God is there! Just keep on believing Jesus.

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