I couldn't stop reading, was up till late at night and went to sleep still thinking about it. Immediate download free book as well as obtain the collections of various other preferred books. I need a minute — or a lot of minutes. So let's start with a big fat trigger warning: Rape, Violence, Abuse! The book has been awarded with , and many others. Try, being the operative word.
Really still not digging Cendese's voice for Andrew which also seems to be the same as Nicki's and sometimes Aaron's and even to a certain extent Riko's???? How this scary crazy man-boy has twisted me up inside is something else. The All For the Game series has triggers for almost everything: abuse, rape, self-harm, addiction, violence. I don't understand why the protagonist Ravens were allowed to do anything they wanted. I loved so many elements of it and although the overall components helped boost my love for the characters - I still felt like it ran short in some facets. It gets rough for a minute and then it gets even rougher, and then the lights go out. But I can assure you, it would not feel right now.
He'd stand behind them until the bitter, bloody end. He has such a big heart and somehow manages to love Andrew, Aaron, Kevin and all the monsters. The Ravens however - well I hope they all die gruesome deaths. I couldn't stop reading, was up till late at night and went to sleep still thinking about it. Nicky getting the monsters to come to Matt's for Christmas.
The books that can make you feel so many emotions in less than 300 pages are the best kinds of books. Like he views everyone as so messed up. However, it was intense, thrilling and 100% shocking. The two don't have much time to come to terms with their situation before outside forces start tearing them apart. And then she really darkens and dirties things by showing instead of telling.
These two are unquestionably soulmates but they have absolutely no idea how traditional romantic relationships work nor, I suspect, would they be interested in engaging in that sort of squishy marshmallowness. I loved so many elements of it and although the overall components helped boost my love for the characters - I still felt like it ran short in some facets. Whatever I was expecting, it was not this. Dan and Matt were so much better in this one. Neil sees his future as a finite entity and everything in his life up to now has been evanescent, as is life on the run. And most of all, I love how Nora Sakavic gets you so emotionally invested in both the plot and the characters. I buddy read this with Clara, you're the best kind of person and thanks for putting up with my shit.
He didn't know what he wanted or needed it to be. Half of them didn't serve any purpose, too. Not even like the first one, that one was terrible in a fun way. The ending of this book. The two don't have much time to come to terms with their situation before outside forces start tearing them apart.
I laughed about the dry comments of the coach I simply love this grumpy bastard! Andrew got raped, Aaron killed a guy, Nicky got screwed by his parents once again, and we're supposed to feel for Neil? They are all layered and complex and have surprises up their sleeves. Honestly I don't even know why I'm loving these books so much ah haha. His dynamic with Andrew is so incredibly heartbreaking and he's just so important to the boy and vice versa and I really need him and Andrew to sort things out. This series is going to destroy me. This deserves to be heralded. Neil's days are numbered, but he's learning the hard way to go down fighting for what he believes in, and Neil believes in Andrew even if Andrew won't believe in himself.
The team should have come together Sunday morning to grieve their loss, but Andrew and Matt got into an ugly brawl instead. See you in my review of the third one, I'm having so much fun getting mad at his series and this goddamned website. The code was supposed to change every couple months, but with the Ravens in their district Wymack now changed it every week. I just — I just feel so much emotions for these children and I cannot help but cry and cheer for them at every moment. Written so well, the characters come alive and become so real, you almost expect to read about or see them in the next headline.