We'll Never Be Apart
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2015-10-06
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 293
Edition language: English
Quick review for a quick read. Emiko Jean's "We'll Never Be Apart" was a much faster read for me than I expected. I read it in one sitting and found myself, for the most part, entertained by a twisted tale of twins confined in a mental facility. (Usually when a blurb mentions twins in any capacity, ...
“So where does a story that ends in fire and death begin?”I have to start by saying this: I read a review of We’ll Never Be Apart that spoiled the twist when I was about a third of the way through the book and I wasn’t even mad, because I had long since called the twist. So this “psychological thril...
If only….if only the rest of the novel could have been like the beginning chapters, I would have loved this novel but unfortunately it wasn’t. I loved the prologue and I loved how the story was set up but then the story just flat-lined for me. I don’t want to sound harsh but I realized Alice wants t...
This wasn't really a bad book, but unfortunately I saw the twist coming extremely early (as in about 10% in), which in a book that relies on said twist is a very frustrating thing. The set-up is interesting, though I have a strange fondness for books set in psychiatric hospitals, and the character...
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