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All in all, I still pity Charlie and Lillie (if I botch her name, sorry). Because it was never mentioned that he struggled mentally after he got released..he was scarred. ), behave according God`s will: God (if not your parents) chooses your loved One who you should marry. So there are “forced marriages”, made legal by government/ God. At 74% the author writes that "back then hostilities were great between out two planets; you couldn't even vacation on Earth.” Does this make any sense? That caused a lot of drama and inefficiency with registration, not to mention a lot of tears. They're so messed up they can't even complete their clinical rotations. She never has a relationship again in these 11 years.
Yet I notice that stories told by men over fifty are somewhat different than those told by women of the same age.
Generally, women bemoan the difficulty of finding a man who is interested in them in spite of their age, and how they just want a companion who displays occasional romantic gestures (ladies, I get it! Men's stories, however, describe the same hope they longed for when they were younger--the desire to get laid and have someone take care of them (shame! I sometimes suspect that dating, as we know it, was made up by women at some point.
The unorthodox treatment methods take a toll and Charlie finds himself questioning everything he ever believed about Lilly. The New Way promises the people more control over their own lives. Is that even a possibility for a planet who has been oppressed for centuries? It was an amazing graduation gift and I couldn't put it down after I opened it. It has been a while since I read the first book, which was a bit concerning to me when trying to remember certain details. Every time when there was a dialogue, there were 5 times "said" all over one page. ) .brainwashed, drugged and tortured (he gets electrical stimulus conditioning while being shown images of Lilly, the Earthan girl ) He had been incarcerated for over 10 years on his planet Sentria. Because he fell in love with an Earthan, when he was 18..she was 18 too (Please correct me if I`m wrong)And that is an unforgivable crime against the Sentrian state. After death you'll continue to live with your loved One in a paradise like imagined space. (There was a couple, she was 14 and married her loved One, also a teen-aged kid. Cause “poor” lonely women cannot “provide” for themselves.)So by the end of 10 years, we learn the truth: But when Sentrians are described as religious, so why was he punished from the start? After the description of Sentrians social order etc. Sentrians depend on their PCDs (some smartphones or programmed cell death-s? And the Sentrians didn't move out of the way of this oncoming train they saw. At 94% I learn that they can bent steel, and jump high as well. There was a whole muddle of unnecessary dialogue-nonsense, just to fill space: men talking about fishing, Lilly sitting by and listening, proud of herself not be with the girls, who spend all their “lover's money”, being not yet married to them...wtf?
Well the love struck pair, Charlie and Lilly, have their work cut out for them in this book. It has been a while since I read the first book, which was a bit concerning to me when trying to remember certain details. However, in the end I still got the gist of the book. Plus all the brainwashing and messed up "treatment" he had to go through..was oh so messed up. Throughout the whole book (215 pages) there were: 421 * "said" 178 * "asked" 116 * "looked"Descriptions were goofy: There were also too many sentences beginning with the same word (anaphora), without producing any emphasis, amplification or emotional effect. Characters were one-dimensional and COMPLETELY FUCKING RIDICULOUS. Charlie aka Silas Gray ..(His parents named him "Charlie" after this wildroot cream hair oil ad. He is thought to be mental ill to fall in love with an Earthan. Throughout the book we get the info dump on how intelligent and studious she is. They are "creatures, ...a bit more intelligent than animal primates.“ And Earthans are "lacking in the fidelity department." But these Sentrians all seem to have human habits, human names, and human customs and look like humans. , the Earthans seem more modern to me, but author writes that Earthans are "still considered inferior brutes" ?? Lilly = the wise and saint observer; Lilly infantilizing other women: ...