They were attacked by intruders, and they g cave years ot separated. Later the next day they find a letter from her mother. Her mother was in the home of the De Niles for years then she found a way out. When she went to look for her family she found explores that asked her to go on a adventure with them.
When they went into the tomb the cave caved in, and they were stuck. When people went to explore that cave years later Cleo is missing her mother. When people went to explore that cave years later they found Cleo's mother. Now she coming home. Now when Cleo's mother comes home she'll go on an adventure to find what truly matters about a person. Dec 31, Tiffany Spencer rated it liked it.
Cleo has memories of her mother when she was a little girl of this beautiful, glamorous, stylish, Royal that loved her gowns, jewels, and balls.
But the mother that returns to her is nothing like that. There seems to be no traces of her former self after spending time away from her family on an architectural dig. I think Cleo's come so far from when we were first introduced to her in the books and webisodes that initially made her out to be a bitchy, royal, pain in the ass.
Is the same character? I also found it hard to believe that even dressed down that Dedyeta can be anything in looks other than gorgeous. She probably has that I can pull off a simple tee and jeans and make it look like she belonged on the cover of Royal magazine thing happening. The message was perfect as well that people change. But that doesn't mean we have to love them any less. If we love them we shouldn't try to change them but accept the person they've become.
Unless the change is for the worst. But people don't stay the same. MAN did I have to learn that the hard way! RATING: 7 Accepting people's differences from your own whether they have more or less is a very crucial lesson to always keep in mind. And sadly people don't always accept you as the person you are and what you do or do not have. Well, after two reasonable two good books in this new series I found one bad one.
This one just focused too much on the message.
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While it is an important message it shouldn't take over the story and feel like the book is just a promotional thing for it. In this one the message is that one should take the other as they are, even if they are changed like Cleo's mum. Inside she is still the same mum, she just has different interests, and you should be happy she is back. Not just Cleo's mom and h Well, after two reasonable two good books in this new series Not just Cleo's mom and her change and how we should accept her pops up plenty, but also from friends and other monsters.
Cleo should accept Deuce, Lagoona and her boyfriend are good together, and so on.
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At the end everyone just tells Cleo how awesome she is, which is sweet, but again pushes that message some more. Instead of thinking how cool it was I was just rolling my eyes as it felt way too forced. Which is a shame. I still have one more book of this series on my Kindle, and I will give it a shot, hopefully it is good again. Dec 30, Lizzie rated it it was amazing Shelves: my-collection. A fun light read but with a message about acceptance. Oct 18, Victoria rated it it was amazing. It is a great book to read. Ella Arsen rated it it was amazing May 14, Maya rated it it was amazing Nov 06, Mavis rated it did not like it Mar 04, Amy rated it really liked it May 22, Michelle Doyle rated it liked it Feb 08, Mrs E M Hill rated it really liked it Mar 08, Peter D.
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About Nessi Monstrata. Nessi Monstrata. Nessi Monstrata is the author of the all new Monster High Diaries series. When she's not writing about the Monster High ghouls, Nessi enjoys going out to eat with ghoulfriends, shopping shoes are her weakness! Other books in the series.
She demands that she has to keep my phone at all times and only lets me use it during the holiday. I have friends all over, because I try to be nice to everyone. When she takes my cellphone away, I can't communicate with my friends and they think that when I am by myself I don't give a fuck about them. I end up loosing their friendship. When she is with her family she often embarrasses me, by re-calling shameful moments and telling them how she got me to be such a wonderful child and well behaved.
She wants recognition for everything and could give a rats-ass about me.
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When we go out and people look at us, she wants me to behave like a happy person. She lectures me on what to say to her friends when they speak to me. She does not trust me at all, because of her brother who ended up being a drug-addict and an alcoholic.
She has all my teachers on WhatsApp and frequently messages them and asks them if I am doing my work properly, this gives me no freedom at school, at home and anywhere else. She always wants to know where I am going and with who, if she is not coming. My friends from school hate coming to my house because she only lectures and speaks about school to them. They try really hard, but they are average and she doesn't see the effort. She is like a teacher for the school. She requests extra-work from teachers for me and forces me to do it.
She has a tendency to always de-motivate me by forcing me to do school-work, and I end up doing terrible. I am also bullied in school for being a 'Mamas-boy' and often referred to as a 'pussy'.
My father was an abusive husband and also an alcoholic. He disgusts me. She often says that I am like him, so whats the point of living, getting married and having a job and kids if I am going to end up like him. Why should I even bother to live. I want to die, or kill my mom. I don't love anybody. You are so close to being an adult and being on your own.
Hang on I promise life will get better when you are able to make your own choices as an adult. Do you have plans for or collage? Are you working a part time job?
These are 2 things to help you feel better because you are working towards your independence as a young adult. Please reach out before you give up and do something drastic that you can never take back. Feel free to write back max.
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