So, I finished reading The Retribution Of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin about a month ago. Personally, I liked the book. It was a good conclusion to the Mara Dyer trilogy. I will say this though: the epilogue of this book reminded me of the epilogue in the last book of the Wildefire trilogy by Karsten Knight. The reason I say that is because both epilogues say that the entire trilogy was the “truth” but written as if it were fiction. Anyway, I still had a few questions about the book. I’ll list them below.What happened to Stella, Noah’s dad, the professor, and Mara’s grandmother?
What about Mara’s legal troubles, post-killing-of-Jude? Was she able to claim self-defense?
I can’t really remember how I found this list but I have to say that I would like to add at least one more person to the list. I would like to add Peyton List. I originally saw her on an episode of Moonlight and remembered her because of her eyes when I recently watched The Tomorrow People. I personally find her eyes to be extremely striking and memorable.
I usually get e-mails from BuddyTV to get my updates on TV shows, and I happened to find this in one of the e-mails. I have to agree with a few of them. I would love have drinks with Hetty, Abby, Neal Cassady, Diggle, and J.T.
I can’t remember when or where I saw this but I have to agree. I think that people like Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus, Chris Brown, etc. are bad role models for preteen and teenagers.
I can’t remember when I read this post, but I find it to be so interesting. I never really thought about why each group of instruments were placed where they were in an orchestra or a band. But after reading the post, it makes sense.