Title: Eliza and Her Monsters
Author: Francesca Zappia
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Page Count: 385
Release Date: May 30, 2017
You Are My Constellation
Oh my gosh you guys, I am sitting here after power reading through the second half of Eliza and Her Monsters and I cannot even begin to tackle all of the emotions swarming in my head and heart — Those of you who haven’t read it call me dramatic, call me crazy but I am seriously so in love with this story. So prepare yourself for an entire fangirl review. You are welcome. 🙂
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I put off reading Hush, Hush for far too long and decided it was finally time I give it a go.
Thankfully I was not disappointed in the slightest by this novel.
I did however have a few issues with the characters throughout the story, it grew to be a love/hate relationship towards them. I never fully hated the characters (except for Vee) but it would be hard to pinpoint a favorite character as they all had little quirks about them that I did not like.
I had so many thoughts rushing in my head about this novel that it was rather hard not to ramble on and on about about each and every aspect of this book.
For my own mental sanity and your reading safety, I decided to break it down into 5 main key thoughts. I figured that was better than unleashing all of my world-destructing rambles on you guys.
1. I have to start here because if I don’t I may actually explode. Continue Reading “Hush, Hush Review” …
About Sad Girls:
School is almost out for Audrey, but the panic attacks are just beginning. Because Audrey told a lie and now her classmate, Ana, is dead. Just as her world begins to spin out of control, Audrey meets the enigmatic Rad – the boy who could turn it all around. But will their ill-timed romance drive her closer to the edge?
My Review: OK, so I’m going to start by saying I have never been more disappointed in a main character than I am right now. Audrey was a complete disaster and a waste of time and that is treading lightly with my words. She was a self-centered character who despite the lie she told suffered no true consequences for her actions nor did she show an ounce of remorse for her actions. That was the first alarming thing I noticed. She also seemed to think she should be handed everything and not give anything in return. I was so hopeful that she would learn that this isn’t how life works except in this book it was. She was entirely right. I was shocked to see these opportunities just falling into her lap left and right. None of which she earned or deserved. Continue Reading “SAD GIRLS Review” …