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Hunter's 180 leaves more to be desired
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2017
I didn't hate it, but this is not the Hunter we all know and love from the previous book. He is a no nonsense, don't F with me, yet cool and calm headed kid, well beyond his years. However, in his own story - he's nothing but a continual breakdown trying to happen. His ease with himself and cool confidence evaporated in this book. Granted life has been unkind, so the water works is understandable, yet at the same time confusing since his character does a 180. I wasn't the biggest fan of the girlfriend. She was tough, confident with an air of arrogance that always had Hunter off his game. I didn't like Hunter off his game, I didn't like seeing him confused, emotional and slightly unbalanced. I preferred his easy comradery,confidence and being his true self that we see within his friendship with Gabriel. Hunter and Gabriel seemed a match in heaven, but alas Gabriel is not the one in the closet. Overall quick read, the book keeps your interest, the chemistry between him and his girl is 'off' however and his personality changes drastically - two things that made it a bit disappointing. Also, he is always waving around a gun that he never intends to use. It's not like I wished for him to use it, but it becomes predictable and this side of annoying.