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This book was sooooo not what I was expecting. I didn’t thing that I would like it very much, but it proved me wrong. All the characters were highly developed which I highly enjoyed and they were unique in their own way. I also liked how it switched between Rake, Ravil, and the hunters. It kept you in the know and you knew what was going on. There were a lot of moments where I was like what in the world just happened. I never knew what was going to happen next. There were a few of the what in the world moments that I didn’t like. I know it added the story but really fishnet stocking and a skirt (You have to read the story to find out). It’s not that I didn’t enjoy it, I did. It was just really random and unexpected and I liked most of them. Also let me tell you that the author held nothing back. She was not afraid to tell it like it is. Usually books keep you in the dark or are full of wishful thinking or a perfect little world. Not in this book. The author tells the cold hard truth, which I very much enjoyed. No one is perfect but we all have a conscience. Rake was a prime example. He is a druggie that couldn’t handle his past and drugs were an outlet for him, but he knew right from wrong. I’ll talk about him more later. This book just kept me my toes. It also kept me up until 5 in the morning. LOL I couldn’t put it down. I was addicted like rake with his drugs. This book totally BLEW MY MIND and it is going in the top 10 books of 2012.
Ravil she was a likable character. In the beginning she was a real winy baby. Well most of the story she was. She always had to have someone save her. At the end she finally started to stand up for herself and get a backbone. I can’t wait to see where she goes.
Rake he was a real piece of work. He was beyond words. He was I guess you could call it a male hooker. He had sex for money so that he could buy his drugs. I didn’t think I would ever like him, but I ended up doing it. He decided to change his tune and IDK if that is a good thing. (See reference to skirt). Although he had his faults he was a really good guy. I really started to like hi at the end of the book. I’m going to be waitin for him to come to his senses.
There are ten (10) eBook copies and five (5) print copies of Wastes of Space (Book One). There are five (5) eBook copies and five (5) print copies of Wastes Away (Book Two) and also five (5) eBook copies and five (5) print copies of Waste Not, Want Not (Book Three). The eBooks are International. The print books are US and Canada only!!!!