Just because it’s YA doesn’t mean a book can’t have a powerful message.
I had to stop reading at times and simply breathe, because I was moved to tears.
Is Emily O’Beirne even capable of writing a book I do not like?
They are just… they’re true somehow? Like, they are young adults
But you probably want to know why and I’m willing – so very, very willing – to explain why. Although I’ll rather fangirl about it than explain…
It’s like this big relevation to the characters, but the reader knows it before starting to read it.
The love triangle makes sense – coming from me, a passionate hater – and even the insta-love can be forgotten.
This book is written letter style – big surprise there. But it isn’t really letter style.
This book deals with different forms of rape and thoughts about consent issues. And I really like how it deals with it.
A girl can’t remember a year of her life and then strange things start happening… only, not really.