Friday, 7 July 2017

Everything Everything Book Review

It's been a hot minute since I wrote a book review and GOD I have missed this. It's nice to not have to deliver life advice and just chat about some I truly fell in love with. This book, unsurprisingly, was amazing.
Now don't get me wrong, give me a good young adult romance and I'm happy BUT if the plots crap then Its a no from me. Sloppy love stories ain't shit if they don't have the dramatic and gripping characters. And boy does this book have that. 

If you're unaware of the plot of Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon It involves a young girl with a rare disease that stops her from ever leaving the house until some cute ass boy (what a surprise right?) moves in next door and y'all can guess the rest of it. I'm not going to talk about anymore because I will ruin it and you may want to attack me so let's avoid that because I took a self defence class once and you should fear me. 

The reason I loved this book and managed to devour it in one 3 hour sitting is because holy shit there is not one dull moment and that's because the story from start to finish is so different to other things I've read. Apart from the teen boy and girl romance thing the actual scenes (i think that's what they're called in books) are so unique down to a spontaneous trip to hawaii to the character development of the mother. I can guarantee that this book will not bore you and will keep you turning dem pages. 

I think this book deals with emotions and how powerful they can be in our decision making. When you're so surrounded by your thoughts it can be hard to see how their effecting others and more importantly yourself. I can't link it because well it would give the whole book away and like I said before I'm ready for an attack. 

So there you have it short and sweet unlike me, average height and irritating at best.

Em x 

1 comment

  1. that's so true! I never thought about the fact that they do deal with emotions causing them to take some drastic decisions. I really enjoyed reading what you thought on the book, specially since I read it already xxx

    Melina |


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