Book Review – Nothing

Nothing / Annie Barrows / HarperCollins / 2017 / ISBN 9780062668233 / 212 Pages / Young Adult

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Book Blurb –

In theory, you are looking here to find out what this book is about so you don’t go slapping down your credit card (or library card!) for some boring read. This description is supposed to be enticing and persuasive. It’s supposed to hint that there’s something completely thrilling and possibly life-changing that you will get if you buy this book and read it.
So.
In these pages, you will encounter the searing true-life adventures of two virginal yet smoking-hot teen girls who discover the wild passions of Sven. Will they have a threesome? Read this book and find out!
Yeah, right. I wish.
Really, this book is about me, Charlotte, and my friend, Frankie, and some stuff that happened to us last year. It wasn’t anything amazing. Trust me on this one. But personally, I am tired of reading about abused/drug-addicted/depressed/alien-infested teens. And-also personally-I think Franking and I are pretty funny. Actually, I think we’re hilarious, but that could be a me-thing. So if you want to read about some not-incredible-but-not-entirely-basic-fifteen-year-old girls, then this book is for you@ that’s as enticing as it’s going to get.
P.S. Don’t get all excited about Sven. There is no Sven.

My Thoughts –

I got this book for my birthday. I was attracted to the cover and the blurb at the back of the book. If you read this book you are in for a ride. It’s not what you think it is going to be, even the blurb at the back can’t ready you for the story which is inside.

Best friends Charlotte and Frankie are inseparable. All they talk, text non-stop and are always causing trouble. School is ending for the Christmas holiday break and the girls couldn’t be more excited. Although they are used to their non-event lives where nothing happens, the girls are convinced that they are going to have a great New Year’s Eve. After a lot of planning the girls have a great New Year’s Eve followed by a life changing New Year’s Day.

This book is nice and short, I could have read it in a day. The way it is written is like nothing I have ever read before. It is really different but so easy to read. It is really self-explanatory and you won’t be able to put it down when you pick this book up because you are going to want to know what is actually going to happen.

With family issues, a weird but very 21st century online relationship between Charlotte and Sid, and a great out of the blue road trip this book is exactly what the blurb on the back of the book says, different to what every other young adult book out there is about.

If you are into unique books that are written in a unique perspective, then this is the book for you.

I give this book 4.0 out of 5 Booky Stars!

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You can grab a copy of this book from links on the right-hand side of this blog or from the link directly under the picture.

Stick around…

♥ GWAP

Book Review – Nothing

Nothing / Annie Barrows / HarperCollins / 2017 / ISBN 9780062668233 / 212 Pages / Young Adult

Book Blurb –

In theory, you are looking here to find out what this book is about so you don’t go slapping down your credit card (or library card!) for some boring read. This description is supposed to be enticing and persuasive. It’s supposed to hint that there’s something completely thrilling and possibly life-changing that you will get if you buy this book and read it.

So.

In these pages, you will encounter the searing true-life adventures of two virginal yet smoking-hot teen girls who discover the wild passions of Sven. Will they have a threesome? Read this book and find out!

Yeah, right. I wish.

Really, this book is about me, Charlotte, and my friend, Frankie, and some stuff that happened to us last year. It wasn’t anything amazing. Trust me on this one. But personally, I am tired of reading about abused/drug-addicted/depressed/alien-infested teens. And-also personally-I think Franking and I are pretty funny. Actually, I think we’re hilarious, but that could be a me-thing. So if you want to read about some not-incredible-but-not-entirely-basic-fifteen-year-old girls, then this book is for you@ that’s as enticing as it’s going to get.

P.S. Don’t get all excited about Sven. There is no Sven.

My Thoughts –

I got this book for my birthday. I was attracted to the cover and the blurb at the back of the book. If you read this book you are in for a ride. It’s not what you think it is going to be, even the blurb at the back can’t ready you for the story which is inside.

Best friends Charlotte and Frankie are inseparable. All they talk, text non-stop and are always causing trouble. School is ending for the Christmas holiday break and the girls couldn’t be more excited. Although they are used to their non-event lives where nothing happens, the girls are convinced that they are going to have a great New Year’s Eve. After a lot of planning the girls have a great New Year’s Eve followed by a life changing New Year’s Day.

This book is nice and short, I could have read it in a day. The way it is written is like nothing I have ever read before. It is really different but so easy to read. It is really self-explanatory and you won’t be able to put it down when you pick this book up because you are going to want to know what is actually going to happen.

With family issues, a weird but very 21st century online relationship between Charlotte and Sid, and a great out of the blue road trip this book is exactly what the blurb on the back of the book says, different to what every other young adult book out there is about.

If you are into unique books that are written in a unique perspective, then this is the book for you.

I give this book 4.0 out of 5 Booky Stars!

You can grab a copy of this book from links on the right-hand side of this blog or from the link directly under the picture.

Stick around…

♥ GWAP

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