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Bhu I have read this on wattpad when I was a teenager and I used to love it. I absolutely loved A Proscriptive Relationship.
Yeah agree that those books d I have read this on wattpad when I was a teenager and I used to love it.
Yeah agree that those books deserve the same. Cassandra i did NOT like this book either. I can't even. I just can't even. My fuck-o-meter exploded with this.
So, really, to those who believe this book is well written and Todd has a way with words, better to know this lovely quote belongs to Wuthering Heights.
FUCK THIS. Fuck the industry, fuck the media, fuck everything that promotes abusive behaviour as something romantic and appealing.
As something women have to put up with in the name of love. As something women deserve. As something women must strive for.
As a woman, as a person, this makes me sick in so many levels. Especially due the fact that nowadays, most teens believe such behaviour is okay after reading so many books that romanticize manipulative, abusing bastards.
This definitely needs to stop, for once. And what about the mediocre writing? The fact that there's no plot whatsoever apart from an abusive relationship and make up sex?
Is this the literature we want? Is this the literature that will survive, the legacy we'll leave to future generations? As a future editor, this disgusts me.
It annoys me and it also saddens me, because I can't understand why things like this are being published. You can still make money by selling quality books, but apparently quality doesn't matter anymore.
And some readers do not care about it either, as it seems by now, which saddens me even more. View all comments.
Oct 23, Sasha Alsberg added it. Im going to re-read After. I read the Fanfic and wasn't too impressed with it but I've heard from friends that the book is better so i'm giving it another go!
May 23, Colleen Hoover rated it it was amazing. I read this book and it was great. I don't want to spoil anything, so the rest of this review is going to be invisible.
View all 28 comments. Kianna The procrastination queen I just I actually got to that part and immediately thought of your review Jan 30, AM.
Mar 10, Sana rated it did not like it Shelves: romance , sexsexsex , literal-garbage , i-dont-get-the-hype , sick-of-this-bitch , contemporary , cringe-romance , endless-pain , adult.
View all 36 comments. May 19, ashleigh rated it did not like it. However, there was this page where there were two Is lined up and I made a doodle: yeah so this was not fuckin great However, there was this page where there were two Is lined up and I made a doodle View all 20 comments.
Jun 18, Charlotte rated it did not like it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
CW: abuse, sexual assault Say what you will, Anna Todd is right about one thing. There is a life before and there is a life after, and once you cross that line there is no going back.
The first thing that you have to understand about me is that I'm an awful little gremlin and I thrive when immersed in garbage.
I don't know why I am the way that I CW: abuse, sexual assault Say what you will, Anna Todd is right about one thing.
I don't know why I am the way that I am, but catch me surveying my kingdom of trash upon a throne constructed from My Immortal, The Room and their ilk.
When I heard about After I more or less cackled and rubbed my grimy little hands together in glee. I expected to be bad, and it IS bad.
Everything about it is stilted, awkward and absurd. A select few of my favorite quotes, just to give you a taste of the glory: "You're thinking about me and have that feeling Don't you, Theresa?
It's always a good sign when your sexual partner refers to your vagina as "down there!! Mere writing mechanics aside, there's plenty to revel in.
There is no plot to speak of - instead, we lurch from scene to scene of the world's most unpleasant college students stewing in sexual tension, erupting to a screaming match, agreeing to never see each other again and then doing the same thing over again the next day.
As the book progresses, the conflict may also be solved with sex. The arguments will blur together. Time will no longer feel real.
How did you get here? What is your name? Is it Tessa?? Really, the only thing that kept me lucid was the power of my rage, because I am just as much of a feminist hag as I am a trash gremlin.
Don't even try to tell me that this isn't a sick, sick relationship, or that Hardin is not an abuser. Just don't, because I have receipts: He tosses [my notes] in the air and they fall to the ground in a scattered mess I scramble to pick them up before he steps on them, but that's only funny to him.
And then he started breaking things: all my mother's dishes, a glass cabinet, basically everything he could get his hands on.
Don't you see that I don't want you here? I don't want you to be here for me. Just because I messed around with you doesn't mean I want anything to do with you.
Yet here you are, leaving your nice boyfriend- who can actually stand to be around you- to come here and try to help me. That, Theresa, is the definition of pathetic.
I push at his chest to stop him, but he doesn't budge I feel his tongue trying to pry its way in between my lips and his strong arms wrap around me, pulling me closer to him despite my attempts to push away.
It's no use; he is stronger than me. And if I do, I will ruin her! You fit in perfectly with their boring and prudish personalities. Why am I here again?
Oh, yeah, that's right: to be Hardin's punching bag. You deleted the messages! Extreme jealousy of other men and invasion of privacy.
Not at all rapey!!!! More extreme jealousy, possessiveness and irrational anger. It's also super dope that Tessa apologizes to him. I forgot to take notes for this part, but once they move in together he essentially begins shouting at her when she asks him how his day was.
Irrational anger over everyday occurrences. That's to say nothing of the fact that their entire relationship is predicated on a giant and unspeakably cruel lie and manipulation, one that makes a joke and a spectacle of Tessa's sexuality and emotions.
What Hardin did to her is absolutely unforgivable, but there are like 4 more books in the series so I guarantee she's going to forgive him immediately.
If the point of this book was to show a deeply dysfunctional and unhealthy relationship AS SUCH, it would be one thing. I by no means think that authors should have to write only happy and healthy characters, and I believe that some of the greatest works ever written have been written about the darkest sides of humanity!
BUT I believe that when you venture into the realm of abuse, sexual violence and their like, you have a responsibility to portray them accurately, respectfully and in their very real destruction and devastation.
After does not do this. If anything, the message is that the more violent and turbulent a relationship is more intense, sexy, engrossing and passionate it is.
The ship has a popular hashtag, HESSA, and a scroll through will confirm that there are readers who are genuinely invested in this relationship at face value as a romance.
Tessa says that Hardin makes her feel more alive and vital, and that this is something that can never be taken away from her. Of course Hardin has a sad sad backstory because trauma always causes its survivors to turn abusive, that's just how psychology works!!!!!
If a boy is TROUBLED and abuses a girl, it's okay!!!!! And, needless to say, he's gone to therapists before, but no one has helped him until Tessa this is almost a literal quote from the book.
NEWSFLASH: your girlfriend is not supposed to fulfill the same emotional function as a therapist! It is never a woman's job to fix a man, especially when that man is hurting her!
And YES, it is just fiction. But one of the main reasons I read is that fiction does not exist in a vacuum - it has so much to say about the culture that it comes from, and everything we consume has the potential to shape how we see the world.
Some readers, like me, will read this for the sheer godawful spectacle, laugh and move on. Others will keep reading for the improbable happily ever after, knowing that fiction is not reality and enjoying for what it is.
But what about the countless readers who originally read this on Wattpad, a website predominantly used by young teenage girls?
I scrolled through the comments there, and what I saw bothered me. Some girls cooed when Hardin raised his hand at Tessa, only to lower it when he realized it was her.
As for me, I was concerned by the fact that he would be willing to hit another girl, one who he's not currently sleeping with.
Girls commented that they hoped that their first time would be like it is between Hardin and Tessa. One 10 year old on Goodreads followed me when she saw me starting to read this book, and angrily unfriended me when I started talking critically about it.
Bottom line: I think it's a cheap excuse to say that fiction is separate from reality. Stories that promote rape myths cause increases in rape myth acceptance in their readers; stories that promote myths about abuse cause increases in acceptance of those myths just the same way.
I have empirical validation for this! I swear! If you're grounded enough to enjoy trash for what it is and separate it from your real world values then go for it!!!
I do it it too!! But I think it's important to think about the readers who haven't developed that level of critical analysis yet, and to think about the messages that these stories contribute to our broader societal discourse about sexism and violence.
We already let abusers off the hook, minimize abuse and blame the victim in reality - if you're going to do these things uncritically, without commentary or subversion, in fiction then I'm sorry, but I think you are part of the problem.
If I think about it for too long the existential dread hits REAL hard so uhhhhhhhh yeah. I'm gonna be done now. Time to retreat behind my unshakeable belief that My Opinion is Right.
View all 83 comments. Jan 01, Angela rated it liked it. Then I kept seeing people post pictures and reviews on it all talking about how they are now hooked on this series.
I have never, ever hated two characters more than I hate Tessa and Hardin. Tessa is: Whiny, stuck up, annoying, childish, pathetic, a H2ho, immature, irresponsible, vapid, shallow, and an overall turd.
Hardin is: cocky, annoying, bizarre, stage five clinger, gross, immature, actually a woman, hot tempered, mental, and zero dark crazy.
I have no doubt in my mind that Hardin is the girl in this relationship. Trust me when I say he is more pathetic than Tessa is. That is just the tip of the iceberg on the things I loathe about these two.
The relationship between the two is not only unhealthy but just downright awful. Their relationship is the furthest thing from romantic.
Not only did I hate them when they were separate but I hated them more when they were together. Their relationship is way out in the deep end of the crazy pool and it was so bad I wanted to drown just trying to endure it.
Hardin acts like a dick, ask Tessa for one more chance, Tessa says okay, they make up for a day, and then the cycle starts all over again.
After lacks any and all originality, depth, and personality. But, you want to know what the worst part is?
The downright dirty worst part?!.. It was like watching a car crash in slow motion. View all 46 comments. Alexandra I want to add: Tessa will create a problem then cry about it like when she pressures Hardin to go to his dad's house and later his dad's wedding.
She I want to add: Tessa will create a problem then cry about it like when she pressures Hardin to go to his dad's house and later his dad's wedding.
She also downright emotionally manipulates him at times. Hardin is just a red flag on two feet. Nothing more to say than that.
Marita I completely agree. I guess it really is a guilty pleasure! Jan 07, April Aprilius Maximus rated it liked it Shelves: I want to start off by saying that this was a Harry Styles fanfiction on wattpad that received so many views that it got published.
But I watched an interview with the author and I thought it was so interesting. This story is realistic in that sense. She sticks up for herself and is a feisty, independent character who knows what she wants, and she will tell him if he needs to get back in line and I really, really appreciated this.
Tessa really grows as a person and realises what she wants in life and I admire that. I grew to really care for these characters and want the best for them.
Just know that I understand where the haters are coming from, but Hardin is changing for the better and is trying so hard to be good for Tessa and Tessa is a badass who can hold her own and is trying to help Hardin get over his past and become a better person.
View all 35 comments. Keeping in mind what harry styles always says:- "treat people with kindness!! Because it's easy this way!!
I can't joke about same thing over and over again! I fucking fucking fucking hate this book this is an understatement Someone once said, " once you have got a Xerox of a Xerox you have some real quality issues" That's what this book is COPY of a COPY!
Lastly , "nothing can change the way I feel about you" - quote from WUTHERING HEIGHTS Thank you!!! View all 41 comments.
Jun 09, peachygirl rated it did not like it. I read After when it was 'The Book' on wattpad a few years back and I'm embarrassed to admit that I read all the 3 books in the series the original one before Ms.
Todd decided to milk this for all it's worth and came up with more unnecessary drama in an already fucked up relationship.
In my defense, I wanted to see if the girl would grow some balls and dump Harry's sorry ass, which does happen time and again, till Harry strips and Tessa falls head over heels in lust.
Needless to say I was repul I read After when it was 'The Book' on wattpad a few years back and I'm embarrassed to admit that I read all the 3 books in the series the original one before Ms.
Needless to say I was repulsed. But the reader in me was furious with the way the author romanticised every red flag and abuse.
Still I suffered chapters in the hope of redemption or closure or anything to make me believe I hadn't wasted time on these books, but it was a hopeless cause.
So being the mature person that I am erm, sometimes , I tried to forget I ever read such a shitty piece of literature and moved on.
I was stumped and gave her a 40 minute lecture, which ended with me being called a grandma. If anyone's reading this, come out of your After ever happy bubble and smell the fucking coffee.
Try to understand that what Hardin and Tessa had was not love. Or the kind of relationship you would want to aspire for. It was a disproportionate mess of lies, games, manipulation, emotional abuse, unhealthy attachments, unresolved mental issues and lots of sex!
And I'm still trying to wrap my mind around the fact that this book is a bestseller and now, a movie deal?! Just what the heck is wrong with everyone??
View all 50 comments. Another fanfiction P2P. Except instead of using Twilight to establish a fan base, this idiot used British boybander Harry Styles.
And yea, it is a POS. While reading through the first chapter I was mentally editing it in my brain.
Run on sentences, lack of semicolons, past tense bullshit. And knowing that it was bought for six figures by o Another fanfiction P2P. The same publisher, mind you, responsible for Stephen King, Dan Brown, Becca Fitzpatrick, and R.