SUMMARY Ï The Beast and Me


REVIEW ó PLANTHIREINBATH.CO.UK Ï D.S. Wrights Ts aren't behind barsThis is Meg's diary Will you read itThis story is written in diary format and vaguely inspired by Beauty and the Beast and is part one of an unfinished seriesWarning This book is not suited for minors or the faint hearted It contains dark themes such as abuse and forms of psychological tortur. This us one of the wackiest reads I've read in a long time and yet I just couldn't put this down It weird and yet addictive all at the same timeThere's lots and lots of typos grammatical errors and yet I just could put this downI haven't a clue what the hell is going on and yet I want Meghan is a student at college and is abducted The story is told via her thoughts and a diary she keeps to keep track of her days We know little of her except she does have parents who she's told believe she died in a dorm fire She's taken and abused by what appears to be a genetically modified malenumber 10 or jay We don't have a clue where she's kept and I've struggled to visualise the complex but they are all kept under constant watch It appears to be one big human genetic experimentbut who really knows All we do know for certain is she's fallen hard for number 10 and him for herthey have no control over their life's We know of a Peter who's possibly a guard or us he A doc and possibly two mad scientistone definately called White by MeehanThe sex is not that hot or descriptive and yet you know it's out if the worldone amazing story That I never would have believed I would review this way

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SUMMARY Ï The Beast and Me á Meg was abducted For four days she had nothing to keep herself sane until she promised to be obedient In return she received a diary not knowing which terrors she would be writing down soonBecause Meg has been taken to this unknown place for one purpose only to support her abductors in 'socializing' one of their subjectsTen a Meg was abducted For four days she had nothing to keep herself sane until she promised to be obedient In return she received a diary not knowing which terrors she would be writing down soonBecause Meg has been taken to this unknown place for one purpose only to support her abductors in 'socializing' one of their. In a word tediousSPOILERS BELOW I will try to use spoiler tags but some spoiling is unavoidableLet me start with the goodI like the premise of a dark retelling of a fairy tale Here we have Meghan kidnapped and introduced to her Beast under lab like conditions The Beast whom she later names Jay to humanize him is feral when first they meet Meghan seems to have a calming influence over him Initially I thought he just needed a fucktoy since that's basically what Meghan is but they develop some sort of feels for one another though he is mostly non verbal so I'm just assuming from her perceptions The entire story is told in a Dear Diary format FOR 90 DAYS N I N E T Y This is my primary issue with the book Meghan's a dumbass A dumbass I could never escape Her voice grates on my last good nerve and this writing style is obnoxious redundant and tiresome If I had to read about her having her period or doing yoga or Tai Chi one time Why on god's green earth would you write down every thought plan or emotion in a diary given to you by your kidnappers They monitor her 247 They tell her when she can eat sleep work out fuck her Beast and she writes down all her escape plans in a diary This is a time for Jack Handey if ever there was one I've no idea if they were actually reading her diary but if they weren't then I don't know who the bigger dumbass is I kept thinking there was surely some sort of plan afoot some diabolical endgame Surely they captured her for some higher purpose than fucktoy but none emerged other than apparently they want her to be a breeding fucktoy for a possible army of feral hybrid beasts OK I can see a military I'm just assuming this is the US military because it's always the US military wanting to take any advantage possible and using sinister and covert means to do so I'm going to bypass the remote possibility of another world war involving ground troops as the primary force of attack because I'm sure that's not the point BUT view spoiler they've already hybridized Jay so what's the purpose of breeding new beasts when you can just create them in adult and ready to go form A tamer version Doesn't that defeat the purpose And if Jay's so feral that you can't do anything with him why not put him down He's the tenth of at least 16 Just chalk it up as an anomaly and press on And if you're not taking that route then what makes Jay so special Because the 16th beast Peter is already working as one of Meghan's guards I'm assuming that they were hybridized chronologically and if 16 is manageable and 10 still isn't thenDoes not compute hide spoiler

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The Beast and MeSubjectsTen as they call him seems to be far than a primitive beast fighting battles of his very own Meg soon realizes that she is the only one able to tame him And that apparently is the sole reason she is or less treated as a human beingAs Ten's humanity resurfaces Meg has to accept the truth that the real beas. I'm always looking for new variations on the Beauty and the Beast tale and The Beast and Me caught my interest as soon as I read the synopsis This is a brutal but fascinating twist on the story that pulls no punches As difficult as it was to read some sections where the main character Meg was brutalized either by her captors or worse by her Beast himself it never felt gratuitous or done in a salacious manner None of the violence sexual or otherwise is glamorized or romanticized even that between Meg and Jay who neither one consent to the things that they are forced to do Neither does Meg ignore the fact that the feelings she develops for Jay are probably as much from Stockholm's Syndrome and a desperate need to feel like she has at least one ally here in her confinement as anythingI actually appreciated that The Beast and Me didn't flinch away from a very important fact Jay is a beast particularly at the start and his lack of control resulted in a terrible physical attack on the very person he would never have wanted to hurt It wasn't easy to read but I actually appreciated an approach that didn't sugarcoat this aspect of himself It made it all the important when he did begin to regain his humanity and to learn controlThe diary style of writing proved to be extremely engrossing In no time at all I was drawn into Meg's world feeling as if I was being held prisoner right in there with her Meg was a very relatable heroine in my opinion She didn't immediately bust out into action hero mode Instead she watched and waited learning as much about her situation as she could and figuring out how to best act when she dealt with White the despicable man who is in charge When she finally made her move to rebel and covertly escape her room and explore her prison she did so in a cautious realistic manner that had me on the edge of my seat every time she'd go out until she was back safely in her room again There are a lot of unanswered uestions in this book because of the very tight pov We only know what Meg knows but that actually proved to be a very effective way of keeping us in her head and of cranking up the tension I really cared about her and Jay and I want to see them eventually get a happy ending Even though I knew there would be a cliffhanger ending I still did a pitiful little high pitched Nooooo when it came lol I definitely plan on reading the seuel as soon as possible and am really looking forward to getting Jay's perspective I also hope to learn about Peter and his backstory with Jay I'm still not entirely sure if he's going to turn out to be a bad guy or not but he interested me and I want to know about how he came to be in this placeOverall I really enjoyed this book a great deal and I recommend it to anyone who's looking for a dark twist on a familiar tale though I would caution you to read the warnings first and to take them seriously I received this book in exchange for an honest review