The way Wanda described her new body seemed to tick me off a bit, she seemed too delicate, but maybe thats just because I got use to Melanie being extremely tough.
Miss Vengeance wrote:The ending was definitely unexpected. From the description of Wanda's new body I couldn't help but imagine Ian dating a girl in a 12-year old's body. Needless to say, I felt really awkward about it. But Ian had always said that he would love Wanda no matter what she looked like, so maybe it'll just take him some getting used to in regards of her new body.
As for Jared and Mel: I think it will affect Mel in a way. I mean, she's already shared a body with Wanda and has formed a strong bond with her. I think it's just a matter of her getting used to Wanda's new body. Jared I think will have a bit of a tougher time, but I feel like he'll work through it. He's probably just thankful that he got Mel back.
missjulie wrote:I should have stopped reading before the last chapter, when it just fades to black. Its like watching 'AI' and NOT turning it off at the Blue Fairy. Its an OK ending, but the original ending (in this case before she wakes up in a new body) leaves me pondering human existence more. The happy ending kind of ruined the philosophy of the book for me.
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