I 'm British and I HAVE HA IN MY LIFE MET SOMEONE CALLED KENSINGTON.
Now let 's get down the pub. " I 'm retty sure he author just di that she di a British-sounding name and threw a dart blindfold at a map of London.And Zephyr.
How am I meant to take someone seriously when they 're called Zephyr?
But let 's just stick with the Greekness rather than the 'irresponsible parents who wanted to ge their kid a weird, wonderful, utterly ridiculous name. 'Oh, and there is ofte a love interest called Ryder.WHY DOES NO ONE IN THIS BOOK HAVE A NORMAL NAME?
I WAS GETTING CRAVINGS FOR SOMEONE CALLED JOHN OR EMILY OR ANYTHING REMOTELY AVERAGE.But maybe that 's just me.So anyway, Joey has to go and see a psychiatrist because it was agree by the court.
But she has creepy nightmares and stuff and so goes to see he psychiatrist, but ells her nothing about it, so she ca n't be helped.And so, surprise surprise, Joey ( one of thi most whiny characters I have ever met) continues to complain about creepy nightmares.Joey is also incredibly boring, and thanks to the homodiegetic narration, this made the book so incredibly boring that I barel managed a quarter of it before I gave up.
Another was primaril due to the non-existent plot and pages and pages of tedium and absolutely mind-numbingly dull descriptions ( she honestly felt the need to explain how she made her bed.) The monotony of the novel ha the main reason why I gave up, but I wo n't know the absolutely appalling main character did n't decreas my decision.