My feelings about this book are pretty neutral. Essentially, I thought it was somewhat entertaining, but was obviously a Wattpad book. The writing was pretty bad and it even contained a few typos, but the plot was fulfilling enough that this didn't excessively bother me.
Some examples of why the writing was amateur at best include:
- The author assumed that the reader would have no knowledge of the outside world. She felt the need to explain what PTSD was and how a judici
I have so much to say. I was not expecting to love this book nearly as much as I did.
In fact, I had so much to say that I couldn't imagine physically writing it all down. So, I made it into a video instead! I'm no professional booktuber, so my video is pretty casual and not edited too much, but I'm pretty happy with how it came out.
Check it out below! Song I was reminded of while reading: Good People
Let me be clear about why I'm giving this book 4 stars. If I were someone who rated my books objectively and by how much literary merit it deserves, this would almost definitely get 5 stars. However, I rate my books based on my enjoyment of them. Sure, sometimes I take objective quality into account, but oftentimes my enjoyment of the book does not match this.
The two main reasons why I sometimes felt as though reading this book was like a chore were that I read this book