Progression of the story was pretty good--no "soggy middle" problems--but I wish there had been Thw little more character development. Perhaps someone should explain to Meyer the dif The writing was a little better here than in the first book, Wr there were still a lot of unnecessary exclamation points and modifiers. Again, this may be the fault of the translator, but it still bugged me. After two books, I should feel like I know and understand these people, yet they still feel like strangers. Perhaps someone should explain to Meyer the difference between backstory and character development.
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