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Love can be a dangerous thingHanna simply wants to be loved With a head plagued by hallucinations a medicine cabinet full of pills and a closet stuffed with frilly violet dresses Hanna’s tired of being the outcast the weird girl the freak So she runs away to Portero Texas in search of a new homeBut Portero is a stranger town than Hanna expects As she tries to make a place for herself she discovers dark secrets that would terrify any normal soul Good thing for Hanna she’s far from normal As this crazy girl meets an even crazier town only two things are certain Anything can happen and no one is safe


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    I have no idea how the hell to classify this book I didn't like it but I kept turning the pages at a feverish pace granted that was so in shock Think train wreck that you can't stop staring at This book is just a hot mess despite its gorgeous cover artLet's begin with the plot before trying to explain the insanity that is the characters This book is about Hannah who shows up in her mother's home town of Portero Texas This town is overrun with evil creatures magical doors that are like folds in space You can go through a door and end up on the other side of town or on the other side of the world or on a different world altogether Then you have the Mortmaine a group of people who fight these creatures and protect the town but only if it benefits the whole townif you are stupid enough to cross something evil's path they consider it your own fault and won't lift a finger for you They are also able to use glyphs which are almost magical in nature though they all deny the existence of magic and there are 5 magical 'keys' which can open any door you like Semi interesting premise right? Only nowhere in the entire book is this universe explained at all These occurrences are restricted to the town of Portero but it never mentions why The keys doors creatures themselvesthey all just pop into existence in the story with no rhyme or reason given for their being there Frustrating much?? Yet it was as if the craziness and evil in the town were all just a sub plot one to be thrown in from time to time as a break from Hannah's insanity Out of 450 pages the real plot didn't present itself until after 300 pages And even then the real plot was lacking in detail and tension Basically it boils down to a ghost is possessing Hannah's mother and the fight to exorcise and destroy itNow for the charactersHannah which seems like way to innocent a name for this girl has been diagnosed as hyper with anxiety as a manic depressantthe list apparently goes on and onsuffice it to say the bitch is crazy And not the sees things from time to time or talk to ones self while rocking back and forth in a corner kind of crazy but confused by right and wrong mentally anguished morally bankrupt with no consequences kind of crazy She is willing to bash people over the head or just sleep with people when she wants something or is bored burn houses down in a twisted show of affection or accept any version of reality that would terrify others because it lessens her own amount of crazy at least in her mind And I can't forget how self centered she was either She was constantly mentioning how soft supple pretty she was In the end the only thing I found relate able about her was her desire to be loved and not be alone Otherwise I just didn't get her and almost hated her Rosalee Hannah's mother obviously has serious baggage from an unhappy childhood and having to live in this insane town She uses sex as a weapon and refuses to be with anyone 'Love is a trap' her life's motto Her home has 1 living room chair 1 dinning room chair 1 twin size bed She is all about being alone So when Hannah arrives she is cold mean and completely uncaring She somewhat redeems herself towards Hannah but the streak of cruelty she bears for others is always thereWyatt a young member of the Mortmaine group is the only likable character in this book and Hannah's boyfriend He seems to be 2 people in 1 As a teen he is humorous horny and a typical boy who is out to impress his friends protect his loved ones and just have fun Yet when he hunts he becomes stiff robotic and unyielding the perfect soldier so to speak or at least he tries to be Death blood gore sadly all of these are normal At first Hannah is disturbed by this the pot calling the kettle black seeing as how she nearly killed her own aunt with no remorse but then revels in the fact that some is 'freakier than her' Not to mention this violence and gore is presented in extreme detail for shock value though than to add depth to the story I think Amazingly enough though considering his upbringing and the expectations upon him he manages to remain human He just can't turn off his emotions as they expect him too He cares for people helps them when he isn't supposed to and uses weapons that the other Mortmaine deem unworthy even though they are extremely effective A huge presence in this book though is sex You know I used to say that YA novels were a bit naive in how they handled love and sex or at least sexual tension between the characters in that they lauded the former and usually ignored the latter Then I read this book and was floored by the exact opposite extreme as Hannah flaunts her 'expertise' she herself claims to have had so much practice you really couldn't call it that any to her mother Wyatt and others Hell her and Wyatt arrive at his home covered in blood like Carrie at the prom where his parents don't even ask about the gore then proceed to have sex in the shower with no thought as to the fact the rest of his family are there Not to mention her father's ghosther hallucination ? that is never figured out either WATCHES at which point Wyatt has the decency to blush whereas Hannah just blows it off and claims that being dead means being beyond shame Oh and this happens after Hannah and Wyatt swap their lost virginity stories she at 14 and him at 15 with a 19 year old Later in the book she describes being at school in her old town where she decided to sleep with all the boys in her class alphabetically but apparently got bored after the A's This delightful story was in a conversation with her mother see the scene below and throughout the story they bond over sex stories as they realize whatever the other has done reminds them of them self Yes I think it is silly to write about teenagers who never think about talk about or have sex or at least urges but I also don't think it should be passed off so nonchalantlyAlso being from the southern United States I found it stupid that all of the characters had what Reeves considers to be a Texas accent Everyone uses the word 'gone' instead of 'going to' 'gonna' etc You gone get that we gone go to Yet this doesn't impart an accent on her characters it just makes them appear ignorant and uneducated The woman is from Dallas too If it was so important for her characters to have a southern accent she should have known how to have written it without having everyone seem like backwoods high school dropoutsSeriously just thinking about this book makes me confused On one hand it is probably a bit realistic at least in terms of teens and sex today and the graphic portrayal of the violence but on the other hand totally inappropriate as I am sure 10yo kids are reading it To be honest I think this book is like 16 It's uncomfortable to read at times like when you realize the ghost of her father or hallucination from her crazed head watches her have sex with Wyatt and completely shocking with Hannah's thoughts and justification for those thoughts like if it was okay for a boy to hold on to his erection while being tortured then it was okay for me to hold on to my love for Rosalee True the plot at the end had a lot of action that somewhat distracted from the insane characters and the fact that none of the readers questions are answered but too little too late Either way I am very surprised at the amount of high ratings and glowing reviews this book has gotten Yes it is certainly different from the rest of the Twilight esche nonsense that is being published but that didn't make it any good Highly disappointing and just damned odd Notable scene ie an example of craziness and when mom and daughter bond over the others sexual escapades Hanna and her mother Rosalee are walking by the house her mother grew up which Hannah offers to burn down even though people currently live in it as it hold bad memories for her mom when greeted by an old neighbor who used to get Rosalee in trouble whenever she would sneak out to go meet boys They greet one another and the neighbor Miss Holly asked Rosalee if that was her daughter with her to which she replied yes This is written from Hannah's POV She's so pretty Just like you Hopes she only takes after you in looks Or is she out running wild in the streets the way you used to? To me Miz Holly said I could tell you stories about this one G'night Miz Holly Rosalee said bright and mean Tell you son I said hi And you husbandIokayWe walked back the way we'd come I guess we won't be sending her a Christmas card I saidRosalee threw an evil look over her shoulder at Miz Holly She was always ratting me out to my folksSo you got back at her by sleeping with her son and her husbandRosalee's laugh was as evil and gorgeous as a serpent's tooth Am I that transparent?It's what I would have done I admitted When I was back in Dallas I decided to sleep with all the boys in my class in alphabetical order and they totally went along with it It's like you said it's easy to fascinate menShe looked at me half shocked half amused You went to bed with all the boys in your class?I never even got to the B's I said swinging the bag of peaches Too many A's for little ole me I got bored after Armbruster and called it offYou're definitely my daughter said Rosalee chuckling halting conversations mid sentence as people marveled at the sound of her laughterI wanted to burn something for her so badly I felt sick with it I wanted to tell her I'd do anything for her but my heart was too full to speakI was her daughterDefinitely