- Editie: Kindle-editie
- Bestandsgrootte: 1772 KB
- Printlengte: 322 pagina's
- Uitgever: Albatross (14 september 2017)
- Verkocht door: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Taal: Engels
- ASIN: B075NKJZHZ
- Tekst-naar-spraak: Ingeschakeld
- Word Wise: Ingeschakeld
- Klantenrecensies: 83 klantbeoordelingen
- Plaats op Amazon-bestsellerlijst: #100.797 Betaald in Kindle Store (Top 100 betaald in Kindle Store bekijken)
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Jonathon Fairfax Must Be Destroyed (English Edition) Kindle-editie
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The first major problem for me was: No Rachel! In Book 1, Rachel was the perfect girlfriend for Jonathon, but in this one she is shipped off to France and never heard from again. I suppose the author thought it’d be funny to free up Jonathon so he could bumble around falling for a new love of his life, but for me it simply didn’t work. It reminds me of the old soap opera trick where the couple has a child but later it gets inconvenient to the story so they have the child go upstairs in one episode and he never comes back down, gradually fading completely away from the story. Jonathon is not a James Bond, where he has to have a new love in every story.
The first book was perfect, and in truth, my wife actually got so tired of me bursting out laughing as I read it that she stopped taking me out in public till I finished the book again. I’m sorry to say, that didn’t happen with book two. It was cute in places and I’ll admit there were several parts that I found amusing, but not once did I laugh out loud, let alone burst out in gales of laughter like I did in the first one.
The bad guys in the first book were odd and vile, yet I could accept their characters as real. But the bad guys in this book were just too unbelievable. In the first book Shevlin has a true winner; unfortunately the formula just didn’t work in book two. Read it if you wish, as some really seem to like it, but I don’t really recommend it and don’t plan to ever read it again.