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I have read several of her other books, and liked them. This one, though, reads like a rough draft. The characters seem flat, and the "plot twist" is clumsy and obvious. Maybe I missed something, but a lot of the story seemed repetitive and unnecessary.
I've loved CP-U since Lani Garver changed my perspective on life in middle e sequel was a amazing psychological study. Of course, the story of Christopher Creed through Torey's eyes doesn't have the same impact now that the mystery is cleared up. Still, a amazing read by a unbelievable e only criticisms I have are that some of the sentences really required editing- I understand its a young adult novel but some of the sentences were over-explanatory and did not fit well with realistic dialogue.I also had a large issue with the crappy, negligent method Mike treated his service dog- very small time was spent showing their bond. For example, who would be OK abandoning a dog in a vehicle with a mentally distressed teenage stranger for several hours? In a strange town? This dog spent a lot of time forgotten by his owner. Of course, Lanz doesn't fit into every page of the story but there were a lot of small incidents like this where leaving him out was plain animal abuse and neglect.
I remember reading The Body of Christopher Creed in high school and LOVING it because it was just so creepy. It was a well-done psychological thriller. And it was my first (psychological thriller, that is), so automatically it has a soft spot in my heart. When I first heard of Following Christopher Creed, I was a bit put-off. The Body of Christopher Creed was so awesome that I feel that it didn't need a sequel. And, unfortunately, I was right. Following Christopher Creed never lives up to the brilliance that is its llowing Christopher Creed was, most of the time, a bloated, boring book. Sure, some interesting things happened here and there, but reading most of the book was tedious. I also found the characters in The Body of Christopher Creed more developed and therefore more intriguing. While I did like Mike and RayAnn, I never got a clear reading of them, particularly when it comes to Mike. Now maybe this was the author's intention, but it created me feel very disconnected to Mike. Revisiting with the characters of the previous novel was beautiful cool, but that only lasted for a few chapters.Another thing I didn't understand was why the author built up this side-plot at the beginning with Steepleton having poor karma, yet never elaborated on it. I thought that should've been the focus Following Christopher Creed. What makes Steepleton tick? Why is it that while most towns see change, Steepleton remains the same and never evolves? She brings up these questions, but answers are never forthcoming. Normally, the lack of answers doesn't really tend to bother me, but I guess I was latching on to the Steepleton theory because it was really the only thing in Following Christopher Creed that intrigued me. I found the rest , two stars for the ending which I really did NOT see coming (but really should have. I think I'm off my game) and for some moments of interest. But really, I found Following Christopher Creed to be an unnecessary sequel that never reaches the awesomeness that was The Body of Christopher Creed, allow alone surpasses it.
The Body of Christopher Creed was the book that hooked me on YA lit in college. I know i was too old for the genre, but I was working at a dyslexia summer program and studying to be a teacher, so it seemed natural to read some YA. After finishing The Body, I was hooked and have focused almost solely on the YA genre (and subgenres) for years. This is the book that started it all for I was very excited about the sequel! It was years later, and despite my love for The Body, I was fuzzy on the details, so I reread it in preparation for this book. Still loved it! Then I read this book and I really struggled with it. I place it down a few times. I restarted once or twice, but I never got very far. I finally took it with me while getting an oil change, thinking I was held captive with nothing else to read and would therefore finally obtain into it. I read it, but I never really got into it. I am so sad to say this, but this book wasn't memorable for me. I didn't have fun it, and in a method it has ruined The Body for me, which I have to say I have had to replace my copy of at least 10 times over the years because my students devour it (and mangle it). I am really disappointed in this book, but more importantly, I am sad. I want I could go back and not have chosen to test this book to leave The Body on its pedestal where it belongs. So I suggest, stick with The Body and leave this one alone.
The application was recreated because the other one had been deleted for a reason beyond the creators control. It's not that he wanted to remake it instead of updating it. So chop him some slack. The application works well. I've enjoyed it and it does what it's supposed to do. I had one little issue and he was very fast and professional about helping me. 5/5
it lets you "whitelist" people who don't follow you back which is very convenient, but it does have a lot of ads (which is understandable, it's a free app) and did create you download another application for it to work properly. shows people you don't follow back as "ghost followers which is not the correct term at all but okay. unlimited unfollowings, doesn't create you wait for a certain amount of time to unfollow people. does it's job mostly
I GOT YOU BRO 😎 I used the latest one and it worked great! Does everything it says, and know it sucks fresh application but it's still does the same job🤷💯 going to leave a request though if I may; a suggestions page that method your users can support think of creative fresh ways to modernize the apps and obtain more love 🙌 but if your here wondering if it works 👌👍
Instead of an modernize or telling us what's wrong with the app, it just makes us downloaded a newer version. I've done it twice now and it seems sketchy. I've also noticed that sometimes my unfollowers actually follow me, and visa-versa.
The application is amazing but having to reinstall a newer ver is a pain. This is the third time, I had to reinstall this app. First time, it was a first timer. Second time, you gave an excuse of a mistake created by one of your user. What is the reason this time??? If I have to reinstall this again and again, I may have to change the ratings and move with another app. ~Shiv
Everybody else his saying this application modernize is painful is just plainly stupid, 10mb for such an amazing application is amazing! Don't listen to them and keep up the amazing work. I don't know what created you rework this application but being an application developer myself I can feel your pain and see the hardwork behind this app. Best of luck mate. Hope you truly succeed in life🔥