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Beautiful Creatures series by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl (Beautiful Creatures, Beautiful Darkness, Dream Dark, Beautiful Chaos, Beautiful Redemption). Beautiful Chaos Ethan Wate, Creatures 3, Ya Books, I Love Books, Great Best Free Books Ask and it is Given [PDF, ePub, Mobi] by Esther Hicks Books Beautiful Creatures Series Collection of 4 Books by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl. Beautiful Creatures has 24 entries in the series. Kami Garcia Author Margaret Stohl Author () (). cover image of Beautiful Chaos (Book 3).
Even Lena's family of powerful Supernaturals is affected - and their abilities begin to dangerously misfire. As time passes, one question becomes clear: What - or who - will need to be sacrificed to save Gatlin? For Ethan, the chaos is a frightening but welcome distraction. He's being haunted in his dreams again, but this time it isn't by Lena - and whatever is haunting him is following him out of his dreams and into his everyday life. Even worse, Ethan is gradually losing pieces of himself - forgetting names, phone numbers, even memories.
He doesn't know why, and most days he's too afraid to ask. There are some things I'm going to rant about that may not have bothered me several years ago before Twilight came along, waving its cliche banners. Well, unfortunately, I can only tell you what I thought of this book now, not speculate on what I might have thought if I'd read it a few years earlier.
So, let's get the whole "this is like every other paranormal young adult book" thing out of the way. There were one or two additions to the witchy aspect of it that felt somewhat original but the general pattern of this novel with the romance and the carbon copy characters was predictable and boring.
No one likes a boring read and it's especially annoying when the book is nearly pages long. Shall I check the usual paranormal YA criteria off for you? Small town New girl Boring holier-than-thou protagonist Everlasting love after a very small amount of time All those broken windows and storms and pandemonium and he hadn't noticed the power to destroy?
What story was he in? Going into the climax, I was annoyed with the book and the characters who were just sitting around waiting for the climax. Before that, I kind of liked the book, but I got so frustrated with the stilting of Ethan and Lena's characters that I almost closed the book. If they don't care about their destiny, why should I? Time is running out and they have the book that maybe has the answers they're looking for and what do they do? They go to a dance where Ethan describes the dresses and decorations.
Pages and pages of a high school dance with doom waiting at the door. And then, they go to school and do homework and make out and take on the town and ignore the big clue given to them a hundred pages before the climax. We're later told that they spent so much time pouring over the book that they're sick of it, but other than the one scene, I didn't see it.
Even if they didn't get any answers, I wanted to see Ethan and Lena in a panic trying to stop the inevitable, not waiting around for it to show up.
And I'm not even going to go into the tantrum Lena pulls on the big day. The authors wanted certain scenes in so they forced them on the characters and the story when they didn't fit. I think the book was too long and the details focused on the wrong things. If it were an intense page-turner or the sexual tension powerful, then the pages would have flown by.
But it read like a book that was pages. I can see why girls like the book, but not why anyone would give it 5 stars. View all 15 comments. View all 14 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Fuck you, Beautiful Creatures, and everyone that is in this stupid ass book.
It took me 40 pages into the book to realize that the main character is a dude. This is such a huge fail that it makes me want to claw my eyes out. His thoughts and they way he thought about things were certainly not coming from th Fuck you, Beautiful Creatures, and everyone that is in this stupid ass book. His thoughts and they way he thought about things were certainly not coming from the mind of a teenage boy.
Take the Garcia and Stohl books as an example. If you are a woman, and you write from a male POV, please, know what you are doing. I did picture Ethan as a girl eve after I realised he was a dude. They made a nice lesbian couple. Both idiots. Ethan also did absolutely everything without logic.
He was perfectly fine with the fact that he could speak to Lena telepathically, he did not even question it. Who the fuck does this? He also, went to see Lena over and over and over again after he was told not to. I understand that teenagers are like that — I am too — but when you consider yourself crazy with the real dreams you had previously, I think staying away from the person is a good idea, because you yourself Ethan could a be potential hazard to her health.
S He might know. We have to. We have no choice. Since when do teenagers talk like that, let alone think like that? Last time I checked, teenagers and adults were not on the best terms when it comes to things as serious as this — or even talking! Not to mention the fact that he was even gullible enough to trust everybody to talk about what was going on. You do not just walk into a room hear the person say hi and then just pour out your whole life story to them.
It just does not happen. The relationship development between Ethan and Lena was He saw her stranded in the rain when the car broke down and gave her a ride. Beautiful Darkness He takes her home.
Are you kidding me? Why did he follow her? In that field they find a locket, they both touch it and it gives them some sort of vision into the past. They have no fucking clue what it was about or why it happened.
At all. Why did he even take it in the first place? Please explain that to me. A normal person would have ran away from that place as fast as s he could, and would never go back there again. But what did Ethan do?
Now, that is just fucked up. It was annoying. It was written from a female POV. There were SO MANY unnecessary details and descriptions it made me grit and grind my teeth so hard that I had to hope my dentist will be gentle the next time I go see her.
It just got on my nerves. Not my cup of tea, I guess. There was also this Guardian Angel club petition thing at their school That whole thing was so screwed up The way it was done was only annoying. Everybody in the Gaitlin community is so fucking closed minded and idiotic it hurts. I literally could not sit there and read through any of those scenes without grinding my teeth. The stupidity was just too much.
I skim read most of this and I gave up on page I might not even like Beautiful Chaos. Because I hate everybody in this book.
View all 83 comments. It's not often that a book has me cringing, wanting to throw it down in frustration and never to return to it again. Unfortunately, Beautiful Creatures was written so badly and unconvincingly so that's what I would have done, if not for a reading challenge I was trying to complete. You'd think such an interesting and unique premise about witches and warlocks would be difficult to get wrong. Unfortunately, the book was written in such a bland, boring manner that it failed to grab me at all.
Not t It's not often that a book has me cringing, wanting to throw it down in frustration and never to return to it again. Not to mention that some of the writing is just plain bad. It was contradictory, involved one too many broken sentences, and was rather confusing at times, making it a chore to understand what the author is trying to get at. Unlike most YA books, it is written in the point of view of a teenage male, but the authors trying to put themselves in a teenage boy's shoes mostly involved talking about how hot some cheerleaders were at the school.
There's barely any character development and you're just meant to accept that Ethan just falls in love with Lena, because he's been dreaming about her all of this time.
The plot or lack thereof just seemed to drag on and on forever. So much so that at the end, I wondered why I bothered wasting my time on reading this book when there are so many other more interesting things to do.
Also at the most crucial moment when the plot is meant to take off, the authors throws us into a random, unimportant, and rather frustrating side track in the form of a surprise party.
Who cares about the other school kids when you are meant to be finding out what happens to Lena after ramping this up for the ENTIRE book? Save yourself the trouble, and skip this title. Check out Happy Indulgence for more reviews! View all 20 comments. Nov 12, Lady Vigilante Feifei rated it really liked it Shelves: This is another one of those cases where watching the movie motivated me to read the book. Overall, I enjoyed this book immensely, and I found the two main characters to be endearing, down-to-earth teenagers just trying to find their way.
The pace of 4 stars!! And in his small hometown of Gatlin where secrets become common knowledge and unspoken agreements become law, Ethan wants nothing more than to escape this stifling place and explore the world.
What ensues is a tentative friendship turned relationship where the romance is pure and heartfelt. This book was such a delight to read. There is sarcasm and dry humor sprinkled among the pages, and with some Civil War history and family dynamics in the background, this book engaged both my mind and my heart.
I have a feeling that the following books will be just as good or even better than this first one. Beautiful Chaos The ending is not a cliffhanger and concludes on a high note. View all 73 comments.
Mar 18, P rated it it was ok Shelves: Beautiful Creatures sounds promising at first just like Twilight, a forbidden love story where two souls find each other in the darkest moment of their lives. But I didn't like Ethan, he's uninteresting and can't even deliver the story properly. That made this book so boring and I didn't want to continue around the half way through it.
Anyway, I wanted to know about that little riddle about the curse and why everyone seems to be alerted by this cause, so I kept reading. And I was doomed. I asked myself about why I read BC in the first place if view spoiler [the ending just goes back and meets the beginning again. For Lena, your power was very interesting but when you get involved with Ethan, it exactly goes downhill. I now understand why the movie isn't popular, because of many things being so messed up and unbelievably scattered.
No way. Even though I already bought the first three books, I feel like this is a bummer and I don't want to waste my time on this series anymore. Thank you! View all 23 comments. So I'm giving this the 4 stars I think I would've given it if I had read this book before I saw the movie. The pacing was kind of slow for me, but I think seeing the movie before reading the book really affected how the story played out.
There really wasn't any mystery or suspense since I knew most major plot points. This is WAY better than the movie, though. But I still enjoyed this story! It took me a long time to get to these books because I thought it would be another Twilight: Yes, this story does have those aspects to it, but it's SO much more!
It wasn't necessarily instalove, either So the story starts with Ethan living his boring small town life and then Lena moves to town. He's been dreaming about her before he meets her and then lots of weird things start happening like she can hear his thoughts?