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I read this for my environmental law/ethics class - it is an amazing read.
I really liked the book. I had just finished reading Triangles and thought it was interesting hearing the same story from the adults and the kids point of view. I know in triangles I thought Mikayla was a dumb teen but in Tilt I really came to sympathize with her. Whereas in Triangles I thought Harley was so innocent and it Tilt it showed a different side of her.
A very good teenage Fanstasy book. the thing that struck me was the connection between Grace and Sam (main characters) because they have known each other for a long time without knowing it and then they fall in love. Brilliant! the plot was cleverly made because it had unusal twists like where Sam has to hibernate in the winter as a wolf but in the summer he is a teenage boy. so it is different form twilight. I haven't got round to reading the others but i can tell you now - i can't wait!! :)
I finally did it. I walked into the library and picked up the first Harry Potter book to read. I also picked up two other books. After becoming highly annoyed with Sleepers by Lorenzo Carcaterra, I began reading J.K. Rowling's first adventure with the young wizard with the bad-ass lightning-shaped scar. I didn't like the book at first. I suspect it has more to do with Harry's aunt, uncle, and cousin: The Dursleys. They are assholes and I dislike their appearances in the movies as well. Once I got past the physically and emotionally abusive guardians of Harry Potter, I was able to enjoy the book. I had expected to be overwhelmed by odd names and odder actions but I was pleasantly surprised at the balance Rowling seems to have struck. As usual, the book is far more detailed than the movie. It also saves me being required to look at the kids' faces. Guh. Anyway, I feel like I actually understand the game of Quidditch and the myriad of secondary characters. They can start to blend together in the films because of the time restraints.