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531 pages, Hardcover
First published October 22, 2013
¹ Why do I care? Well, education took me on the path from biology to medicine, and so I don't take f*cking with genetics lightly.
Instead, this book just serves to cement how this series was poorly thought through from the beginning, unsure of its own premise, uncertain of its message, unsure of where it was supposed to be headed, disjointed in its ideas and concepts, and never becoming a coherent whole.Just to clarify - my disappointment has nothing to do with the widely publicized "controversial" ending - or at least not with the part of the ending (a certain character's fate ) that has quite a few people freak out. No, my biggest disappointment is with the fickle way this series reached its resolution.
The only positive from this series was that I finally managed to finish it.
Me, ten pages in.
I don't just stay with him by default as if there's no one else available to me. I stay with him because I choose to, every day that I wake up, every day that we fight or lie to each other or disappoint each other. I choose him over and over again, and he chooses me.I don't even want to touch on how if she has to choose to like him every day then THIS IS NOT A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP.
Knowledge is power. Power to do evil...or power to do good. Power itself is not evil. So knowledge itself is not evil.And this:
I belong to the people I love, and they belong to me--they, and the love and loyaty I give them, form my identity far more than any word or group ever could.And this:
The first step to loving someone else is to recognize the evil in ourselves, so we can forgive them.And this:
If someone offer you an opportunity to get closer to your enemy, you always take it.Overall