Thursday, June 1, 2017
By Cat Patrick
Genre YA contemporary
London's not normal. Every night her brain resets. She can't remember her past. She can, however, remember events from her future. Relying on notes and reminders on her phone she tries to navigate through high school.
Aren't Friday's supposed to be good?
This is one of the many books I purchased right when it came out and then never read. I guess it was time.
I was very eager to read it when I bought it and when I reminded myself what it was about I was eager to read it again. It sounded fascinating. Sadly, it didn't hold up to its exiting premise.
So, what went wrong? The romance took over the entire story. You know what I mean. It happens way too often. Synopsis sounds great, book starts out okay, then the love interest enters the scene and all's lost. Sigh!
And this romance was BORING. It didn't have any passion or tension. It was stale and just plain...meh.
And the writing felt like a rough first draft. There weren't typos or anything, it just wasn't very well written. There were a lot of details that didn't add up or make sense. With a story like this, it needed to make more sense to be believable and it just wasn't. I was sadly disappointed.
I gave it two stars, however, because somehow it kept me reading, though I have no idea how.
Should you read it
Meh, I'd pass on this one.