quarta-feira, 15 de janeiro de 2014

[Crítica] The Exceptions, de David Cristofano

The ExceptionsThe Exceptions by David Cristofano
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

★★☆☆☆ {1.5/2}

As part of the Bovaro family, one of the most powerful and respected families in organized crime, violence is passed down and becomes a way of life. Jonathan Bovaro always knew he would become a part of his family's legacy, but he never realized how the beautiful little blonde girl he saw when he was ten could change the course of his life forever.

When Melody Grace McCartney and her parents witnessed that legendary Bovaro family violent streak, it was clear they needed to be silenced. But it was too late. The McCartneys joined the Witness Protection Program. Chosen to exterminate the McCartneys and prove himself to his family, Jonathan pledges to do the job. But as he watches her grow into a beautiful but broken woman, he can't get her out of his mind...or his heart. Torn between his duty to his family and his love for Melody-the mysterious, dangerous, yet vulnerable mafioso must choose between the destiny his family carved out for him and a future unlike anything he ever imagined.

A maior parte do livro é, essencialmente, a história do primeiro livro narrada do ponto de vista do protagonista masculino, o Jonathan. Será que este livro foi mesmo necessário? Mais valia ter feito o primeiro livro na terceira pessoa... não?

A única coisa mais interessante foi a parte final, em que descobrimos o que aconteceu depois da despedida do Jonathan e da Melody.

Concluindo, foi fraco em relação ao primeiro e completamente desnecessário, na minha opinião.

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