Well then. This was quite the crazy ride. But while I really love action-packed novels, Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick was too action-packed for my taste. Almost the entire time I was like the main character Perry Stormaire, wondering, "What the heck is going on here?!?!?!?!" Oh, and the names were hard to pronounce. -_-
Gobija Zaksauskas? I thought it was Gobi-ja Zack-sauce-cass. I think I'm completely wrong on that. And even worse, how do you pronounce Kazlou – okay, I give up on trying to type those names. -_- But I'm actually glad Gobija had a nickname. Gobi certainly is easier to pronounce, but that doesn't account for all the other names. Then again, it does make it realistic.
Moving on. Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick is certainly similar to Nikita – or more accurately, Nikita teenagers style. How it's related to Ferris Bueller, I have no clue, because there is no sense of Ferris Bueller in here. Certainly not funny. I don't even think I found Ferris Bueller very funny either.
The fun part was the college essay style questions at the beginning of each chapter. At least that tells me what type of questions colleges might ask me when I apply in a couple of years. They didn't really make sense at first until I finished reading the chapter. Even after that it didn't make too much sense, but I'm not the sharpest Asian in the crowd.
A fast read, which may or may not be confirming me being utterly bored during Spring Break (never thought I would say that, eh?). I suppose fans of bloody – not Britishly speaking – gore and such will enjoy this, but if anyone finds a Ferris Bueller related thingy here, do tell me.
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