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Hi guys, itÃ¢??s been a while since I last wrote a review here, but here I am again. LetÃ¢??s get down to business.
First of all, I wanted to remind you that this is my personal opinion and if I didnÃ¢??t like the book, IÃ¢??ll try to be respectful with my words. Also, I want to apologize in advance if you (the author or the reader) feel offended by this review.
Now that we made that clear, letÃ¢??s talk about what we love most, books!
Even though I am embarrassed to admit it, I did not finish Vigilante Nights, it was just too much for me; I like when a book is descriptive but not when they are excessive. I had to put down Vigilante nights after 70-80 pages.
IÃ¢??ll sum up what I read in these 80 pages: Vigilante Nights is about a boy who has lost his twin sister in a car accident when gangers were hanging out near them. These dangerous guys were the cause of his twin death. After he leaves hospital and go back home, he felt empty, but suddenly his sister appears to him, as a ghost. Because of her sister appearance, and his need to revenge his sisterÃ¢??s dead, he decided to form a group of kids willing to take down gangs.
I donÃ¢??t know if they achieve their goal, but I donÃ¢??t think I will find out soon.
After having said that, I should at least say something good about the book, since not everything was bad. When I started reading it I was so caught up in the book! The pain was palpable; the lost of a sister was devastating (I had to choke back tears!), I felt sorry for Lucas, his pain felt so real. This was like 20 pages more or less, where I was so emotionally deep in the book.
I was in love with this book! Yes, was, as in the past, because as soon as I went deep into the book, I started to feel different about the book.
When did it start to change everything? After the accident, when Lucas went back to school. Yes, I know! It was almost at the beginning of the book, but yet it wasnÃ¢??t all bad. Some things were good, but after a 50 pages (more or less) I was overwhelmed by so many descriptions! I just couldnÃ¢??t take it; there was description of everything, even the less important thing! But I had hope because it started strong. But my hopes were crashed! Let me ask you something, if you saw a dangerous gang, in an abandoned park, at nightÃ¢?Â¦will you go to them and insult them? Or will you just run away and donÃ¢??t ever look back? IÃ¢??ll go with the second, but our dear Lucas & CO decided that it was safer to face them. My point is that some decisions the main character made were a little bit doubtful and kind of foolish.
Also, there is the thing about his sisterÃ¢??s ghost. IÃ¢??m sorry, but I canÃ¢??t believe it! It didnÃ¢??t feel good, it felt wrong.
I cannot say much more about Vigilante Nights, because as I have pointed out previously, I didnÃ¢??t finish this book. Nevertheless, if you want to give it a try, I wouldnÃ¢??t say no to you.
Overall, this book wasnÃ¢??t meant for me and if you ask me if IÃ¢??d recommend this book to someone I know, I will say no.
"Reviewed by Rosa"show more