There are some books I 've been waiting for year to get my han on and then there 's others like P.C. and Kristin Cast 's Betrayed that come into my box almost instantaneously-oh, the humanity.The good thing though is that I 'm on Spring Break and had othing to do this weekend other than babysit my father ( long story short he decided to climb up a tree to rescued his crashed RC airplane and ended up breaking his foot).
So without further ado let 's start drinking to Betrayed by PC and Kristin Cast.Like with the last book a lot of the same drinking rules apply.
You can drink every time the Casts embarrass themselves or humanity ( that 's about every sentence), offend humanity in general ( once again every sentence), or go on a spill about how Zoey farts rainbows and poops glitter turds ( again, every sentence).
So yeah, Loren he might be described as looking like a model but I bet the character really is n't that hot.2) Every Time the Casts make an ass of themselves involving LGBTs ( this originally involved all humanity in general, but they really did a number to LGBTs in this ook that they get their own drinking category): The Casts offend lots of people: Christians, conservatives, blondes, Native Americans, vampires ( if they count as people), someon who has a brain ... but I have to say LBGTs got it the orst in this ook.
It 's not that difficult.3) Every time you just roll your eyes at the " omance " in this book.Yes, I know it 's YA and romance in YA can be flimsy at best but I have to say the romance in the Mansio of Series makes Twilight look like the best love story ever told.
As for Heath, well, he deserves his own drinking game ( see 6) an Loren just makes me want to bathe in bleach ( see 1).
Honestly, a lot of this story reads as a clean up version of the fan fic: the romance is as senseless at the story, there 's a lot of talk about coffins, Count Chocola, about the snow making the character feel depressed, evil and pervy teachers, and a super powered Mary Sue. Heck, there 's even the same generalizations about LGBTS made.
But you never know ... .5) Anytime the Casts talk about poetry or try to teach any sort of English lesson whatsoever: Look, I get that Cast Senior is a teacher in real life ( though if my kid got in her class and I read these books, I 'd be getting them transferred quicker than you can say Zoey Redbird), but I can guarantee you kids do n't read the House of Night series to learn.
And honestly I think this quote says just about anythin you need to know about him: " Erik was n't like that at all, and I could n't help but compare him to Heath, who would probably have been freaked that he had to room with a gay kid.
You know who Heath reminds me of Gaston from Beauty and the Beast.And so ends another chapter of The Unofficial House of Night Drinking Game brought to you by MJ 's liver.