I have a thing for time travelling: the possibilities, the danger of altering the past and therefore your own present…
This book doesn’t go the easy way. It is very realistic and doesn’t skimp over the ‘yucky’ parts.
Don’t get me wrong, I liked the flashbacks to the characters’ childhood and how they fell in love.
The thing I noticed the most is, how… childlike the children are.
The war itself isn’t talked a lot of, but its shadow is shaping the lives of every person, which makes an interesting read.
This book took me on an emotional… well, it hasn’t been a rollercoaster. It just went down, down, deeper down.
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A romance book about metal musicians? I just had to read it. I have no regrets.
Garret… gave me the creeps. Seriously.
Description Fifteen-year-old slacker Charlie Harker is stuck in the sleepy town of Rolling Hills for the summer, helping his mom renovate his great-grandfather’s creaky old inn. It’s not entirely dull, thanks to Charlie’s new neighbor Miles Van Hellsing, who insists there’s paranormal activity happening in Rolling Hills. Charlie chalks it […]