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I mean, she did have that glandular problem..least that was what she said it was." and "a group of Atkins Diet acolytes from work...scarf down a whole spit of shawarma at a Middle Eastern-themed Christmas party.
Also, she's pretty much obsessively attracted to anything with a penis..long as he's no Oh how I wanted to love this book. Don't even get me started on the ellipses to add false tension.
Smartass, dumb blond moments (although not a blond I think, but there sure are some dumb comments), etc.
The thing is, the book doesn't have the Buffy wit or heart. I like the ide It's really a 2.5, but I just couldn't give it my average/3 rating. As much as I hate to do Buffy comparisons, the author was Tara on Buffy and has written a character who's clearly supposed to be very similar to Buffy.
Also, I found Calli to be an annoying heroine who drowns herself (and the reader) with her whiny inner monologue.
The plot picks up about halfway through the book, and makes it interesting enough to get three stars from me, though.
The amount of food consumed was stupefying." Not only did these references have little bearing on the plot, but they really added to the overall impression that the "heroine" was a total bitch.
I almost gave up the book a lot, but I paid for it so I wanted to finish it. Review final version: I came at this one from the wrong point of view & with the wrong attitude.) and I will be willing to follow Calliope on her future escapades.It's really a 2.5, but I just couldn't give it my average/3 rating. As much as I hate to do Buffy comparisons, the author was Tara on Buffy and has written a character who's clearly supposed to be very similar to Buffy.And I know that Amber Benson is on Goodreads and I would love for her to love me, but I guess she's just going to have to hate me. Problems:1) Calliope put herself under a forgetting spell. Also, while I am always a huge fan of a female hero (I am a BIG believer in running the "Bechdel Test" on everything I read I had my doubts about this book for the first 100 pages.Tara from BTVS fell under the prey of a forgetting spell. By the time you get to page 359, you've stopped caring Whodunit.6) It's pretty easy to tell whodunit by chapter 6 or so.7) Daniel, the love interest is good-looking and saves Calliope's life. Calliope Reaper-Jones is a shallow, silly, whiny girl.Like any first installment, quite a bit of background info must be introduced & that can slow a storyline down to a crawl.As I read this book, the character grew and I grew right along with her.And I know that Amber Benson is on Goodreads and I would love for her to love me, but I guess she's just going to have to hate me. Problems:1) Calliope put herself under a forgetting spell. Or something that establishes some sort of real connection between the two.8) Too many characters, too many flashbacks. I had my doubts about this book for the first 100 pages.Tara from BTVS fell under the prey of a forgetting spell. If you're going to have a lot of either, it better fit together perfectly.9) Benson's rant on feminism doesn't quite fit into the story. I was hoping Calliope Reaper-Jones would be my new Sookie Stackhouse. But the jokes aren't funny, the action isn't gripping, and a 3rd grader could solve the mystery. Calliope Reaper-Jones is a shallow, silly, whiny girl.DADDY'S LITTLE GIRLFor the last few years I'd been in a state of bliss--living under a self-imposed Forgetting Charm, because I so did not want to go into the family business.What I wanted was a glamorous career in New York City and the opportunity for a normal life--buying designer shoes on sale, dating guys from craigslist, Web surfing for organic dim sum for my boss.