This book was really easy to read and was well executed, I just wish we were a bit more connected to the characters. Don't get me wrong I'm all for unlikable characters, but in order for the story to be compelling and feel like it has stakes we still have to be able to root for them (take Amy Dunne from Gone Girl or Joe Goldberg from You, for example). Knowing someone ends up dead but not who is a cool concept, but not if you don't care which character it ends up being. I do
~ Thank you to NetGalley and Tiny Reparations Books for providing me with an early copy in exchange for an honest review! RELEASE DATE: April 5 ~ DNF @50% I am so, so sad that I didn't end up liking this book. That being said, DNFing was a really tough decision. I think if I powered through I could have rated this anywhere between 2.5 and 3.5 stars, but I'm trying to be more selective with my reading and since I was never inclined to keep picking this up, even by the halfway
Her eyes fill up with tears again and she closes them. Even in memory she will find this moment unbearably intense, and she's aware of this now, while it's happening. She has never believed herself fit to be loved by any person. But now she has a new life, of which this is the first moment, and even after many years have passed she will still think: Yes, that was it, the beginning of my life.
This book will truly take you on a journey. Its mere 273 pages somehow f
I didn’t even know what was wrong. Everything. Myself. I didn’t know. How come everyone else could function and I couldn’t? How could everyone live properly yet I had some sort of error in my programming? Reading this was both incredibly easy and painfully difficult. Much like John Green's Turtles All the Way Down, this book explained parts about myself I often don't want to face. For that reason, it's hard for me to talk about online, but I know it's important. Gabbyreads' v