Hi… I am back. I read 21 books last month and this month I was in a slump…. I DNF’d so many books that I had to take some time off because I felt like a cold hearted book judge… Yes I just made that depiction of myself up. Anyways I finally said hold the phone Chloe how about we try something new. So I started reading this and BAM book slump has ended!
This book was heavy…. Very, very heavy… But also very raw and real to what a kidnapped victim might endure. Constant tragedy in this book made me take a lot of walks which were away from my kindle. I had to take time to process a lot or else I feared I would “get use” to the constant punches to the heart. I know this was fiction! But the author made it very real! The story line was amazing in a tragic way. Constantly I was dying for more information. This book follows a girl named, “Maya.” You’ll get the quotes once you read it. It starts the story after when she is being investigated for possibly knowing more about what happened then she was leading on. You see her share in her own charming way her past before being kidnapped and after. And no that isn’t a spoiler. The book starts with after. Just read this!
Let’s get a few things straight. No beating around anyone’s bush –> straight to the factttsss. This blog will only consist of posts that I will immediately regret after posting due to the fact that I have no business having any type of opinion on absolutely anything.. Also if you are hoping to read some genius interpretation of some of the finest literature please do both of us a favor and just block me, or whatever you do on WordPress to completely erase the risk of you reading my trash reviews that will make you instantly hate me and want to tell me why.
Also if you haven’t noticed…. I am not a writer, and I usually never reread anything. (Or am I just that bad at English that I can’t form a correct sentence?) So if bad punctuation and incorrect use of words drives you crazy please join the people who already hate me because I am a disgrace to book bloggers everywhere.
This is my little oasis where I can drink my wine, probably get a little too tipsy and post my reviews about the books that I am usually too embarrassed to openly say I am reading. (Why do I still love young teen love, gross)
Okay now if you are a visual person and want to know what kind of blog this is. Picture a trashcan on fire. No further explanation needed.