Publish date: September 5th 2013
Publisher: Bodley Head
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Young Adult Contemporary
, New Adult
Ugh. What a heart-wrenchingly drawn out book. Never lacking on Ms. Suzuma's beautiful words or her painfully real depictions of a person in anguish, this one, however, falls short of the near-perfection of Forbidden. I think it was the overly drawn-out reveal of Matheo's life-changing incident that ...
I didn't enjoy this book. I really wanted to, but it almost felt like the author was trying too hard and it just fell short for me. The writing was flowery and filled with purple prose and I couldn't help but skim for dialogue for the last 30% of the book. It seems like when someone tries to shove e...
I found this style of writing to be over-indulgent on the author's part, keeping me at arm's length from the story, never really allowing me to connect with any of the characters, including the MC, Matt. The writing is overly detailed, descriptive and filled with so many metaphors that I constantly ...
Only because it was not a 2-star read for me, but the disappointment level was pretty high.Since this book was heavy on the metaphors of guilt, insanity and loving on the edge of pain I'll start with a metaphor of my own.Reading this book felt like seeing a beautifully framed photo, in some pictures...
Holy shizzballs. This looks intense. Especially after watching the trailer.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVyB5eKghqo
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