Interest - The Chemical Garden Trilogy

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    Perturbed Crow
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    If I carved the word "hate" into every square inch of the planet Earth's surface, it would only begin to convey the absolute disgust, hatred, and revulsion I have towards this book series.
    Ribbit
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    So, what's so bad about it? And what made you reading it anyway? Especially when feeling so much disgust about it?

    (because, when I read a book and don't like it, I usually don't read the sequels; Despite this one time ... ,with some books of Wolfgang Hohlbein, where I actively sought just what it is that makes his books popular but didn't find it ..., those were wasted hours of my live -.-)
    Perturbed Crow
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    Hm, well to be honest I've only read the first book, but that was enough to make me despise everything related to it.

    There are many, many things that are bad about the book, but I think that all I need to say is this: In the first book, a thirteen-year-old girl is kidnapped by a twenty-year-old man and raped. The book portrays this as a good thing. Because you see, before then she was all perky and exploratory and pestering the main character with questions. It's so hard to put up with that. After the rape scarred her emotionally and physically, she was calmed down. It tamed her! And besides, she wanted it. She was constantly doting on her rapist, acting so seductive and charming why, it was practically entrapment!

    I could go on but I think this gets the point across.