I listened to the audio version of this and loved it. The reader did the book justice. For my review go to http://readlearnandshine.blogspot.co.nz/ or just click and you should be taken there
When this book was finally over, more than anything else, I was relieved. Relieved that I didn’t have to read it anymore, try to make sense of it anymore, try and care about the characters anymore. I was relieved it was just done and I wouldn’t have to think about it anymore. Maybe that’s one of the reasons I put off writing this review for so long—I just didn’t want to go back and try to explain myself.
The Here and Now is one of those books that just exists and you’re not sure why. It was, unfortunately, poorly written and the characterization and explanation for plot events was awful. There was a downright terrible instalove romance between Prenna and the LUV OF HER LYFE!!!11!!, Ethan, that consumed most of the plot—including any and all parts that could have been interesting. The dialogue was bad, the characters were bad, the plot was bad, the sense was bad—everything was just bad. The whole thing did a terrible job convincing me that I was supposed to care. I didn’t hate it enough to give it only one star, but there was very little, if anything, redeeming about the story at all.
An ARC of this copy was provided by the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.
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