Unfortunately, I only got through 57% of the book and decided to call it quits. Taking this long to read a book because I kept putting it down does not bode well. The lack of any semblance of writing style in the name of mental instability (Juliette) has finally worn me down. What with the bleating
hearts, self-pity (Juliette), and over-wrought angst (Adam), I can't bring myself to care what happens anymore. Kenji was the book's only saving grace ("Do I LOOK like the kind of guy who's never had a girlfriend? Have you even MET me?”)
, possibly Warner too, if what I think will happen to him actually happens. Too bad; the first book had such potential for a great series.