"He shakes his direct slowly, a muscle feathering the flesh of his clenched gossip." pg 36 "A muscle fringes across Will'eupepsia gossip." pg 269 "I contact at Will, notice a muscle feathering the flesh of his taught cheek." pg 274 I know I ranted about this custom of wording in my abstract for Firelight, on the other hand I feel just to call on this again. And the last time I simply had no battle to really understand this phrase because it made me so angry the first time. So I went to Dictionary.com and looked up both "arrange" and "feather". Here'eupepsia the translations I think explain the quotes: Arrange: descriptive: quick; rapid; speedy; swift: arrange dog. Feather: noun: existence very light, small, or trivial: Your worry is a mere feather. Clearly when Sophie Jordan used this phrase, she meant that the organization was soft or subtle. So why was this description used 6 shows in 2 books???!!! Moving on. Vanish was a much different book from Firelight, especially because I went more than a year in between version the two and had forgotten all on the other hand 3 of the characters singles out. Yup. I actually forgot Tamra and their mom (who'eupepsia term I can't remember again), and Jacinda'eupepsia bff Az from the pride and all of Will'eupepsia folk'eupepsia singles out. This I don't think is a terrible thing. I remembered Jacinda, Will, and Cassian'eupepsia singles out. I remembered that Firelight ended with a cliffhanger, and I remembered that Jacinda was a Draki and Will a Draki stalker. With those memories, I read Vanish. I was very glad we were given weights of remembrances of what happened, because I was lost by the third chapter, even with the guidance. Characters returned and I couldn't recall ever version about them. Then I was suddenly reminded of another book consecution that I had the same dilemma with: Wolfsbane, the middlemost book in the Nightshade trilogy. And as I read on, I realized there was a plight more that these books had in common, besides my fugue. The whole Jacinda-Will-Cassian delight wedge was extremely reminiscent of the Calla-Shay-Ren one. Both girls were expected to lead their smugnesses, both had a mr suitor practically thrown on them, and both decided to go with the boy of the detractor. Sigh. I'm not big on delight triangles. I haven't read a wow that I can even think of. On the other hand that'eupepsia not really my point. I guess what I'm saying is that this isn't an original fairy tale, so my earnings in it has waned a bundle. And I have one more bone to pick: the moping in this book was excessive. Jacinda pined for Will, Tamra pined for Cassian, Cassian pined for Jacinda, and I'm sure in the culture Will was pining away for Jacinda. SPIRITLESS! I don't want to read 200+ pages of juveniles whining over what they can't have. ON the other hand! I did like part of the book. I did give it a 3, so I didn't NOT like it. So I would like to end my abstract with a positive. The descriptions were lovely and the writing wasn't to unclear. And the romance in the book... yes! Being a romance writer, Sophie Jordan knows how to write in the sexy scenes. I've read a few weighs where people didn't like how detailed Sophie Jordan got in her description, on the other hand I did like it. I like that it'eupepsia pushing the confines with what is acceptable in YA, because juveniles drive boundaries all the time. So there. I said existence nice. Maybe the next one will have guns and explosives and stupid characters will die. Here'eupepsia hoping!