In three (four) words: Heartbreaking. Snot-inducing. Bittersweet. This book is beautiful. It truly is. If I had the energy and the emotional strength to reread it, I absolutely would, but this book haunted me for weeks.
In three words: Suspenseful. Creative. Real. I really enjoyed this book, but there were a few things that took away from a perfect rating.
I loved this book. Of course, there were parts that I naturally didn't like as much as others, but I loved this book. It was funny and real and sad and a breath of fresh air. It helped that the songs were lovely, as well. Maybe Someday just became my second-favourite Colleen Hoover book, not exactly an easy feat.
It was good, but...
When I saw this book surface on the internet a few years ago, of course I wanted to read it. But the more I saw it being raved about by bookstagrammers and critics alike, the more I hesitated. I didn't want to see if it would live up to my expectations. But, wow. I finally picked it up because I knew the movie is going to be out soon (March 29th!), and I wanted to be able to write a good movie review about it. So, I read it. And, to say the least, I loved it.
The writing was enh. The story was enh. The protagonist was enh. But I kept reading anyway. The book was good for just that one reason. A mediocre book becomes a smidge better just because its plot is relatively engaging and though you know how it's going to end, you still want to see it happen.
I've been meaning to read Love Her Wild ever since I saw it in the bookstore a few months ago. Something about the cover just instantly drew me in, and though it's horrible to say I judged a book by its cover, I also judged it by its title.
Hey, everyone! It's that time of the week again: book review galore. So, I finished reading If There's No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout, and I have so many thoughts about it.
Hey, guys. I hope you've all had a wonderful summer filled with new memories that you'll take with you as you return to school, work, etc. So, I read a variety of different books this summer, ranging from YA fantasy to classics, and I thought it would be easier if I just gave a brief [...]
When news of the upcoming movie adaptation came out, I knew I'd have to read it soon. So, a few days ago, I finally managed to finish this rollercoaster ride posing as a novel.