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Acknowledgement (, variant, #2) from Robison Wells
I was sceptical when a good friend of mine suggested Robison Wells' Variant. I don't usually do sci-fi and I don't do YA (except for the Twilight show, which I don't like so much that I can't stop it. Although there are probably at least a billion other textbooks I'd rather do.
The Variant was short-lived and full of excitement and the amazement was one of the greatest and most surprising I have ever experienced. It was so exciting that I pre-ordered the continuation, feedback, before it was even published. The feedback follows exactly where Variant ended, answering some of the first book's frequently asked and asking some new ones.
However, there is still tension and you can still guess and in the end feedback lets things to more. The" feedback" approach was great. I' m reading feedback almost as fast as Variant. Then, I was reading some good and some bad ones, and all I have to say to the hater is, look, this book was great, at least as well as the first one, and it gave us more the more we looked for.
And I think second ledgers are tough, especially second ledgers that follow a fantastic turn as they were in Variant. You can' t have a huge suprise in every book in a show. There is disappointment, of course, just like any suprise. For what loves you is the tension and the anxiety of the unfamiliar.
However, once you know, there is nothing to be afraid of and the truth of what it was is always kitschy and fearless in daylight. There are few things that are more frustrating than non-constructive critique from non-writers like "it was okay, I suppose, but I didn't like the ending" or "the ending should have been different, this book was so paralyzed after the first one.
Thank you for the great show. Hopefully they'll make a film ( "or a number of films") out of it.