[PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1)


  • Paperback
  • 264
  • Oddily (Oddily, #1)
  • Linda Pohring
  • English
  • 21 March 2020
  • 9781460985960

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  1. says: [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY READ Oddily (Oddily, #1)

    [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring SynopsisOddily is a foster child that is teased and tortured each day by everyone All this changes however when she meets the super hot Maxim Suddenly everyone including Maxim inexplicably likes herReviewI straight up did not like this book I feel like it was still in a draft state and hadn't reached a narrative

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) This book didn't work for me The 'villains' of the story were over the top and unrealistic I appreciate that this book addresses bullying but it didn't feel genuine since the tormentors became caricatures There were several other aspects of the story that weren't believable and the writing felt like a draft than a finished product

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    READ Oddily (Oddily, #1) [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) In my opinion any story that can make my heart literally ache is a good book All throughout Oddily I wanted to cry for the main character whose name is Oddily The only thing that bothered me about this book was how stiff the dialogue was I understand that Maxim being who and what he is would speak in a way that makes him seem older than a

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) READ Oddily (Oddily, #1) This is a very strange book The narrative reads like you threw a fairy tale and a YA romance into a blender Like most paranormal YA romances this happens uickly and with little effort on the part of Maxim or Oddily Maxim is likeable than most YA love interests he has a personality albeit one that needs to be established beyond 'protect Oddily' and divided loyalties to his sister and Oddily A standard complaint

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    READ Oddily (Oddily, #1) [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY I just finished this book a few minutes ago and I really enjoyed it I spent most of the book with my heart in my mouth as I read of the cruelties that Oddily had to face from the shallow students at her school and my heart w

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    READ Oddily (Oddily, #1) Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) I won Oddily Oddily #1 by Linda Pohring in a giveaway for free on Goodreads First Reads I enjoyed this story however their were a couple small things that bugged me but not enough to discourage my 5 star rating The writing was simple at times and about 34 way through I almost began to get annoyed with the main character O

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) What the hell did I just read? Or try to anyway?A book with a good idea that was HORRIBLY executed through illogical scenes wooden dialogue childish characters and bad prose that had me grimacing a lotUgh

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    SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY READ Oddily (Oddily, #1) Great book with a great plot line but it was kind of rushed and messy I would have liked to see a lot

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    READ Oddily (Oddily, #1) [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) Most people have had an experience or two with bullying However Oddily finds herself on the neverending receiving line of he foster sister's angst and harassment No that is not right she is not being harassed she is being battered and abused Od

  10. says: Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring READ Oddily (Oddily, #1)

    [PDF/EBOOK] Oddily (Oddily, #1) SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring If your looking for ACTSAT verbiage you wont find it here Me personally lack of verbiage or misspellings do not bother me I am able to get passed it as long as the story hooks me Also if you notice all of my reviews are 5

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Oddily (Oddily, #1)

SUMMARY ☆ Oddily (Oddily, #1) Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring There are three things the shy awkward Oddily knows for sureShe would rather be anyone other than herselfShe wants to fit in. SynopsisOddily is a foster child that is teased and tortured each day by everyone All this changes however when she meets the super hot Maxim Suddenly everyone including Maxim inexplicably likes herReviewI straight up did not like this book I feel like it was still in a draft state and hadn t reached a narrative level that was ready to be published First of all the writing in the book is odd and stilted I understand that Maxim and Nexa are different from everyone else and it makes sense that the way that they talk may be different Unfortunately I don t believe that they would talk in overly simplistic sentences with no contractions Plus the statements that they make were just weird Combining that with the internal conversation between Nexa and Maxim made the book both confusing and overly simplistic at timesThe characters were very flat and I couldn t bring myself to care about them For instance Oddily is seriously tortured through the first half of the book but it didn t really seem to matter other than being part of the story Plot This novel fell in to the overly cheesy YA romance trap Maxim meets Oddily and just loves her There s no preamble no reason what so ever he just loves her For ever and ever and ever And she loves him back Even though he takes over her life controlling every single aspect of it The plot is overly simplistic and chunky Things just suddenly happen with no reasoning or build up For instance on kid decides to go from tormentor to friend on an apparent whim And Oddily is cool with it she lets him go from devil to bestie in a paragraphFinally the conclusion of the book There isn t one The story just cuts off in the middle of a scene and directs you to the next book I attempted to read the next book but wasn t able to make it than a couple of chapters Side note think of the Watchmen if you read the book and tell me if you notice any similaritiesMy RecommendationI didn t like this book Though I forced myself to continue reading in the hopes that the story got better it didn t I give it 15 Not worth the effort

SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring

SUMMARY ☆ Oddily (Oddily, #1) Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring At schoolAnd strange things are happening to herFor Oddily she tries to keep an open mindBut what she discovers is too unbeli. This is a very strange book The narrative reads like you threw a fairy tale and a YA romance into a blender Like most paranormal YA romances this happens uickly and with little effort on the part of Maxim or Oddily Maxim is likeable than most YA love interests he has a personality albeit one that needs to be established beyond protect Oddily and divided loyalties to his sister and Oddily A standard complaint in YA romance is that the characters need interaction before they fall in love it stands for this novel as well Oddily is an odd character as well I really wanted to like her and I sort of did But she was just so weak and down on herself that it gets boring after awhile She s too innocent in a world populated with caricatures of people like Starla s parents There were a lot of grammar and punctuation mistakes in the Kindle copy I got off The font on the cover is a truly odd choice The story has potential but ultimately the reader is too distant to the characters there s not a lot to engage the reader with I think the narrative style needed fine tuning and that the story itself needed to be fleshed out I haven t decided whether I ll read the next one

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SUMMARY ☆ Oddily (Oddily, #1) Linda Pohring ✓ 0 SUMMARY SUMMARY Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Linda Pohring Evable to think aboutToo magical too consider and too dangerous to ignoreOddily becomes trapped in a love story like no other. Great book with a great plot line but it was kind of rushed and messy I would have liked to see a lot