I liked every character – apart from Rosamund which I loved to ‘hate’.
But there’s more. For every book you buy they donate one for people in need and they fund literacy projects.
I rooted so much for them and with every step back I felt so bad for them. It’s a really sweet first love story.
Review: The Dystopian Nation of City-State – “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants” by Kaisy Wilkerson-Mills & James Courtney
I love dystopian novels. I loved how violent this one was, how raw.
Anyway, here’s a different book haul than normally.
At first I thought it would be a nice read and that’s it.
At first I thought it would be a story about finding love, a little bit of family drama, you know the drill.
The relationship between Nikolai and Henri was despite the kinky sex really cute and I would have liked to read more about it.
I really like Lena, the way she stands up to her father, helps her mother but doesn’t lose herself in it.
But this one got a hold of me and I soon didn’t even notice the journal-writing anymore