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From New York Times Bestselling Author, Penelope Douglas, comes the latest standalone love-hate romance..."We were perfect together. Until we met." MishaI can’t help but smile at the lyrics in her letter. She misses me.In fifth grade, my teacher set us up with pen pals from a different school. Thinking I was a girl, with a name like Misha, the other teacher paired me up with her student, Ryen. My teacher, believing Ryen was a boy like me, agreed.It didn’t take long for us to figure out the mistake. And in no time at all, we were arguing about everything. The best take-out pizza. Android vs. iPhone. Whether or not Eminem is the greatest rapper ever…And that was the start. For the next seven years, it was us.Her letters are always on black paper with silver writing. Sometimes there’s one a week or three in a day, but I need them. She’s the only one who keeps me on track, talks me down, and accepts everything I am.We only had three rules. No social media, no phone numbers, no pictures. We had a good thing going. Why ruin it?Until I run across a photo of a girl online. Name’s Ryen, loves Gallo’s pizza, and worships her iPhone. What are the chances?F*ck it. I need to meet her.I just don’t expect to hate what I find.RyenHe hasn’t written in three months. Something’s wrong. Did he die? Get arrested? Knowing Misha, neither would be a stretch.Without him around, I’m going crazy. I need to know someone is listening. It’s my own fault. I should’ve gotten his phone number or picture or something.He could be gone forever.Or right under my nose, and I wouldn’t even know it.*Punk 57 is a stand alone New Adult romance. It is suitable for ages 18+.

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More from Penelope Douglas
  • The Fall Away Series
Bully
Until You
Rival
Falling Away
Aflame
Next to Never
Adrenaline
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Corrupt
Hideaway
Kill Switch
Conclave
Nightfall
Fire Night
  • Standalones
Misconduct
Punk 57
Birthday Girl
Credence
Tryst Six Venom 

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Penelope Douglas is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Her books have been translated into ten languages and include the Fall Away Series (Bully, Until You, Rival, Falling Away, and Aflame), as well as Corrupt and Misconduct. Next to Never (A Fall Away Novella) releases January 2017. She dresses for autumn year round, loves anything lemon flavored, and shops at Target almost daily. She lives in Las Vegas with her husband and their daughter. Follow her: Facebook facebook.com/PenelopeDouglasAuthor Twitter @PenDouglas Website penelopedouglasauthor.com Goodreads bit.ly/1xvDwau IG instagram.com/penelope.douglas/

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This was so much more than I thought it would be
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
When I read the synopsis, I thought this was going to be a cute friends-to-lovers/enemies-to-lovers story. Misha meeting his longtime pen pal, only to realize she isn’t who he’s cooked up in his mind. However, the author did something so completely different. Not only is... See more
When I read the synopsis, I thought this was going to be a cute friends-to-lovers/enemies-to-lovers story. Misha meeting his longtime pen pal, only to realize she isn’t who he’s cooked up in his mind. However, the author did something so completely different. Not only is this a story between two best friends, but it’s kind of a story about finding yourself, too. You see, Ryen is not a likable person. She has spent years building up this person of who she wants to be with Misha. She writes about her inner-self feeling like an outsider, when in fact, she’s one of the popular cheerleaders. She throws people under the bus with snarky comments, bringing them down and making her look good. It’s not hard to figure out why Misha hates the person he sees when he meets her, because she’s nothing like her letters. Heck, I didn’t spend seven years thinking I knew her only to find out it was all a lie, and even I couldn’t stand her.

While Ryen does some really awful stuff, the author somehow redeemed her. Don’t ask me how she did it. I honestly thought I was going to hate this chick throughout the whole story. I think the only reason why I kept reading the story is because Misha was just as rude and mean to her as she was to everyone else. She had no clue who he was, since she met him as Masen, but he knew who she was and he wasn’t afraid to bring her down a few pegs. Now, Misha isn’t perfect either. He does some pretty sketchy stuff and says some pretty awful things to Ryen. He even hides behind his fake identity way past when he should have. However, yet again, the author made him into this character that you couldn’t seem to hate.

There is so much that takes place in this story but I don’t want to give away any plot twists or major spoilers. Just know that this isn’t just about two pen pals. There’s a lot that goes on throughout the story that builds right up until the end. The bombshell that the author dropped at the end had my jaw on the ground. I usually see stuff coming from a mile away, but she had me so focused on one thing that when she revealed a rather large surprise, a ton of pieces started to fall into place that I hadn’t even noticed until that point.

Punk 57 was a great novel. I wish I could tell you why the book is called Punk 57, but that would ruin part of the story. What I can say is that this story had me glued to my seat. Penelope Douglas knows how to write characters in a way that will have you both hating them, and rooting for them at the same time. I’ve really enjoyed all of the books of hers that I’ve read so far. I’m starting to think that she’s an auto-buy for me.
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A great premise, absolutely wasted. Off-putting and uncomfortable.
Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2020
I couldn''t even finish this book it was so off-putting. The premise seemed great, and at first the story was too. Not too long ago I read a YA that had the penpal/letters premise as well and I enjoyed it so much I looked for another. Though that book handled it a million... See more
I couldn''t even finish this book it was so off-putting. The premise seemed great, and at first the story was too. Not too long ago I read a YA that had the penpal/letters premise as well and I enjoyed it so much I looked for another. Though that book handled it a million times better than this one on every aspect. Both books covered similar plot points and heavy subjects, and that fact only made it all the more clear how little this book actually cares for creating a well rounded or thought out story. Punk 57 made me honestly uncomfortable to read, namely due to the actions of the male lead being passed off as hot and sexy bad boy material when in actuality it''s more towards creepy, bullying, and b̶o̶r̶d̶e̶r̶l̶i̶n̶e̶ abuse. Then there are the moments so obsurd, so stupidly nonsensical that I just had to laugh. Things that would never happen in real life, things teenagers would never believably do or say, things that make me question if the writer ever even went to highschool... And even worse, moments where real character development could have taken place but was just avoided all together. It comes off as poorly thought out and lazy just to get the dumb scene to cary into another dumb scene.
For the life of me I can''t believe so many people love this book so much, it''s pretty highly rated and I was fooled by a first couple okay chapters in the sample...I wish I could like this book, but don''t. It''s pretty damn unenjoyable in my opinion. Read Letters to the Lost instead.
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Mindy
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This one was hard to rate and hard to read
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2021
I gave this book 3 stars because the writing is good and parts of the book were good but part of me really wanted to give it 2 stars because it was so hard to read most of the time. I''m not happy that it''s not explained in the blurb that this is a high-school bully book.... See more
I gave this book 3 stars because the writing is good and parts of the book were good but part of me really wanted to give it 2 stars because it was so hard to read most of the time. I''m not happy that it''s not explained in the blurb that this is a high-school bully book. The first chapter was awesome and already had me hooked and invested in the main characters but then I get to the 2nd chapter and it goes downhill from there. The two main characters are so unlikable that it just made it hard to get through the book. I mean I actually loathed both of them. He was cruel and somewhat abusive towards her and she was just absolutely cruel to anyone who wasn''t in her group and there wasn''t even one thing that was likable about her. I kept waiting for them both to change but it didn''t happen for a very, very long time. Yes, they both had reasons for the way they were but whatever no one should be able to use an excuse for that kind of behavior. And I disagree with Penelope Douglas in her notes from the author when she said that readers tend to judge the heroines more harshly than they do the heroes because I always hate when an author makes the hero a jerk so yes I do judge the hero just as harshly. But like I said she is a good writer and the book did have some good moments and if you''re into bully books then I suspect you will love this book. I just don''t enjoy reading about people being cruel to others especially the poor kids who aren''t in the in crowd and are always getting bullied by the popular kids. Not my cup of tea and I really think there should be a warning in the blurb. I can''t say that I would recommend this book.
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Lorna
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Amazing Book with Intriguing Premise
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2016
(PureTextuality.com) Pen pals, something lots of people have had at some time during elementary school is the focal point of this story. However, these pen pals have been writing each other for years and years and are no longer little. Paired because their names made them... See more
(PureTextuality.com) Pen pals, something lots of people have had at some time during elementary school is the focal point of this story. However, these pen pals have been writing each other for years and years and are no longer little. Paired because their names made them sound like two young boys, these two realized early on that Misha was a boy, and Ryen a girl. Over the years they have become each others best friends. You kind of have to suspend belief a bit when you realize they live only thirty miles apart and have still never met or even called or looked on Facebook for each other. That was their deal. Keep it a secret. When Misha actually meets Ryen one night before his band’s show, he thinks she is faking not knowing who he is. But she isn’t, and what he finds in her is not what he thought to be true about her. So he doesn’t tell her. And he proceeds to never write her again. On Ryen’s part, she can’t understand why he has dropped her. Of course there wouldn’t be a story if they never met again.

Ryen is beautiful, a cheerleader, and very popular. She’s part of that group all high schools have of the popular, but at times not so nice people. She’s eighteen and actually not really happy with herself. She seems to be self confident, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Misha is a member of a local rock band, has already graduated early, and is more than a little bit handsome. He believed Ryen to be sweet, maybe a bit shy,intelligent,and someone that hates the very type of person she actually is. The two together bounce lyrics for Misha’s music off each other. Over the years, she has become his muse. So when she is everything that he doesn’t like in a person, it throws him for a loop.

If it sounds like I have told you a lot about the story-not even close would be my answer. So much happens to both characters along the way. The title may seem weird but I promise, it’s pretty perfect. Both characters are flawed, and one in particular is heartbroken in their real life. This made for a deeper story with several twists, turns, and secrets along the way.

It does end up being a good, but very emotional romance. Don’t write this off as a teenage romance because while it does have some high school stuff, it also addresses things like bullying, mean teens, and even a huge loss. Definitely not your typical teen romance, and actually should fall in the New Adult category. I ended up loving the whole thing. If you are a crier, I would definitely have a box of tissues on hand, because it is packed with an emotional, heartfelt story.

Recommended for adult readers due to intense sensual scenes. Amazing book!
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Punk 57 sucked me right in from the beginning and didn''t let go
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2017
Misha and Ryen pen pal friends who have never met and then one night changes everything... By chapter 4 I was already cursing and my heart rate was going thinking oh F me what''s going to happen. Chapter 4 peeps and I felt like gawd dammit, there is still so much... See more
Misha and Ryen pen pal friends who have never met and then one night changes everything...

By chapter 4 I was already cursing and my heart rate was going thinking oh F me what''s going to happen. Chapter 4 peeps and I felt like gawd dammit, there is still so much more of this book left. What am I in for??

I continued to devour this. This book was full of drama, misunderstandings, "deception" (I use that term loosely and you will see why when you read it). I literally just read and read waiting for everything to implode between Misha and Ryen.

The relationship between both characters made me feel like I was watching a tennis match on steroids. Hot and cold, with the hot moments making me feel like it was 100 degrees and the cold moments feeling like I was in Siberia.

At 69% I thought OHHHHH NOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <insert a litany of cuss words>, OH MY GAWD. I''m freaking out what the heck is going to happen now. I kept reading and reading. Completely captured in the story.

Then AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH WHAAAATTTTTTT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was shocked to my core. So much so that I screamed out loud and scared the cat. I didn''t see it coming I wasn''t prepared and I am still reeling a bit from what was revealed.

This book was intense and at the end of it delivers a powerful message. Everything is not as it seems. Outward appearances and how one portrays themselves doesn''t necessarily give you the truth.

#LoveTheWayYouLie #LoseYourself
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Amy H
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Worth the ride
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2019
I kind of have a thing for unlikable heroines. The manic pixie dream girl annoys me, and sometimes I get tired of the quirky girl with the cute name and the even cuter interior designer/bakery owner/insert Pinterest job here. This was my second book by Penelope Douglas, but... See more
I kind of have a thing for unlikable heroines. The manic pixie dream girl annoys me, and sometimes I get tired of the quirky girl with the cute name and the even cuter interior designer/bakery owner/insert Pinterest job here. This was my second book by Penelope Douglas, but I''m starting to understand that the ugly, the mean, and the dirty are her hallmarks. And I am here for it. In a sea of lovable romcom queens, Ryen is a breath of fresh air.

Misha and Ryen were assigned to each other in an elementary school pen pal program, and they kept writing to each other long after the assignment ended. They long ago decided never to meet, call, or even Facebook stalk each other. But tragedy befalls our hero, and all of a sudden the rules change.

It''s not hard to understand why Misha hates Ryen when they finally do come face-to-face. She''s a mean girl, a bully, and a coward - nothing like the sweet, lonely outcast he thought he knew from her letters. But Misha isn''t everything he makes himself out to be, either, and watching the two of them clash, combine, and collapse was one hell of a ride. If you like your romances a little twisty, a lot angsty, and a little uncomfortable, this is definitely the book for you.
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Chelsea
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I can’t even!
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2019
Oh my gosh! I stumbled across this book recommendation in one of my book groups, and I looked up the blurb. It was free, so I downloaded it, and continued to book browse. But I couldn’t get the blurb out of my head; it was NOT what I’m used to reading. So, I went back to it... See more
Oh my gosh! I stumbled across this book recommendation in one of my book groups, and I looked up the blurb. It was free, so I downloaded it, and continued to book browse. But I couldn’t get the blurb out of my head; it was NOT what I’m used to reading. So, I went back to it and began to read.

I was instantly hooked and couldn’t put the book down. I’ve been in a book rut lately, bouncing from book to book and not finishing much, but this is the first book in at least a month that’s kept me captivated. I literally ignored life today to read the book cover to cover. I ate, drank, and took care of myself, but nothing productive and adult-ish was done today. So worth it!

This was not your average boy-girl high school romance, and I just had to keep reading to see how it would resolve itself. Best book I’ve read in a while. If I could give this book more than 5 stars, I totally would. ❤️
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Melanie (meltotheany)
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Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2017
“Alone, Empty, Fraud, Shame, Fear” Punk 57 is such a unique romance between two people who have only ever known each other as pen pals. Both of our main protagonists, Misha and Ryen, have gender neutral names, which caused them to be paired together, from... See more
“Alone, Empty, Fraud, Shame, Fear”

Punk 57 is such a unique romance between two people who have only ever known each other as pen pals. Both of our main protagonists, Misha and Ryen, have gender neutral names, which caused them to be paired together, from different schools, seven years ago. Now they are both eighteen, and have both agreed never to add or look up each other on any form of social media or no exchanging numbers, but they continue to write letters and have no plans of quitting.

Until one night, when Misha, at a party, accidently finds out what Ryen looks likes and approaches her, even though she has no idea who he really is. Misha soon realizes that Ryen is much different from her letters, yet he still finds himself completely mesmerized by the girl he has fallen in love with through letters over the past seven years. That is until Misha leaves the party and his life changes forever.

We are then flash forwarded three months and Ryen hasn''t received anything in the mail from Misha. She is desperate to find out what happened and to make sure he is okay, but she finds herself having problems in her senior year of high school. Her friends all secretly hate her, she doesn''t know how to tell the most popular boy in school no, and now she has to deal with a new student that is making her life nothing short of hell. Ryen needs Misha more than ever, but she is desperate to find any outlet she can find.

Like, I''m getting old, guys. Reading romances set in high school isn''t my favorite now days. I''m old, I''m bitter, I''ve been graduated from college for a while now, and I just can''t find myself completely immersed and loving high school romance anymore. This being said, If I read this when I was 18, I would have been obsessed and hailed it as my favorite book of the year. Hell, being in my late 20''s I will easily and confidently say this is a great book, with some important messages, but the high school setting plus a few other things just made it fall a little short for me.

Also, this book can be a little hard to read. Like, I always review romance and erotica differently than I review other literature, but that''s not to say I won''t talk about the uncomfortable topics. First off, Ryen has a very hard time telling the most popular boy in school the word "no". Even though there is no sex involved, some grey areas of consent are for sure present and abundant. Also, trigger warnings for homophobia, bullying, drug abuse, and depression.

Next, even though there are important topics like surrounding yourself with people and friends who love and accept you for who you are; it''s a rough journey for Ryen to get there. The result is some girl hate in this book, and maybe even some slut shaming. Also, even though the author never makes this behavior seem acceptable, there is a lot of homophobic slurs in this book, towards one side character in particular. Again, I''m just noting this because it did make the story less enjoyable for me.

Lastly, Misha and Ryen have a very big hate to love relationship. Or, I guess love to hate to love relationship. Like, Misha is downright a bully to Ryen in this book. I think this is important to know going in, because I know that trope isn''t for everyone, even though I personally really do enjoy it.

Besides those things Penelope Douglas has truly crafted a romantic tale unlike anything I''ve read before. I''m such a sucker for books about letters and writing, I love musicians, and some of the sex in this book is the best I''ve ever read. Plus, I actually think she wrote her hate to love storyline better than anyone else I''ve ever read. She did it cruel, yet emphatically. Hard to read, yet unable to look away. Heartbreaking, yet absolutely beautiful.

Punk 57 is truly a story about finding your tribe or just where you truly belong. High school is hard, and when you''re at that age it feels like it will never get better, but I promise you it will. I''ll be the first one to say I''m nothing like the girl I was in high school, but that doesn''t make living through those years any easier. It''s important to know you are worthy of love, no matter what, and that there are genuine kind souls out there that will show you that unconditional love. To me, that''s what the heart of this book was about, and for that alone I would completely recommend it.

“It gets better, you are important, and you can''t be replaced. Hang on.”

The writing was great, the romance was perfection, the story was completely unique, and the messages were super important. I really enjoyed this, and I can''t wait to read more by Penelope Douglas.
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Cundykj
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Too hot and cold for me
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 29, 2019
Disappointing. I didn’t like Ryen. I didn’t like Misha. The idea of the story started out with potential. They’ve been pen pals since childhood but have never met. When they do meet she is nothing like the person she was in her letters. She’s nasty, fake, pretentious and an...See more
Disappointing. I didn’t like Ryen. I didn’t like Misha. The idea of the story started out with potential. They’ve been pen pals since childhood but have never met. When they do meet she is nothing like the person she was in her letters. She’s nasty, fake, pretentious and an utter cow. I get that the author meant to make her two faced but she had zero redeeming features. And where did the random Laboutins come from? Misha is a ball of rage who blew too hot and cold for me. Carnal sin for me in a book is to throw in some random anal action and it go from, no thanks I don’t want to do that, to let’s get is on with no prep and no lube. Let’s be real. I kept thinking it had to get better, the potential really was there. Unghhhhh I hate it when that happens.
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Sal
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Fab read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 16, 2021
Not going to lie I struggled with this at first. Hey it’s YA and I live with three so I always struggle with reading this genre. Anyhow I plodded on because Misha had me all kinds of intrigued and I am so glad I did. What a spectacular story! I think at some point we have...See more
Not going to lie I struggled with this at first. Hey it’s YA and I live with three so I always struggle with reading this genre. Anyhow I plodded on because Misha had me all kinds of intrigued and I am so glad I did. What a spectacular story! I think at some point we have all been where Ryen is throughout this book, think we have all changed ourselves to suit others when we really shouldn’t have and reading this only proves that. Obviously I figured it’s out a while back (because I’m old or at least that’s what my YA’s say lol) but reading Ryen’s journey made me think back and wonder if I would have been happier growing up if I had had someone like Misha. Someone who isn’t scared to confront the truth and yes probably. Honest to goodness this story needs to be read, it needs to be read by everyone and I’m seriously glad that I have.
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Adéle L-P
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Surprisingly provoking.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 9, 2021
This was a hard read for me. Not in a bad way necessarily. And not because I didn’t devour the book in virtually one sitting, or because the intrigue didn’t capture me, or I didn’t like the characters. I did all of those and the book offered it all to me. But for a typical...See more
This was a hard read for me. Not in a bad way necessarily. And not because I didn’t devour the book in virtually one sitting, or because the intrigue didn’t capture me, or I didn’t like the characters. I did all of those and the book offered it all to me. But for a typical coming of age romance narrative, there was a realness in the characters that hurt. Physically, emotionally. This is the story not unlike ours, the story about the many of us who have experienced an even somewhat typical teenage upbringing. We’ve all been in—experienced or witnessed—similar scenarios. What really hurt was that Ryen, the “anti-protagonist”, spoke from the depths of those insecurities that we take with us beyond those teen years. We grow up and are defined by this period in our lives more than we think. With almost twice the life experience today, I still am my 18 year old self who would have felt a kinship with Ryen, both the good and bad. Ryen isn’t a bad person. But she isn’t good. She embodies the dirty, gritty, indifferent sides of our personas. But she’s been given a chance to redeem herself. She tried to be brave. She does and acts as we might hope to act in her situation. But it isn’t a beautiful budding love. It’s hard hitting. Misha is written well, but some of the angst we experience through Ryen don’t come across quite as well with Misha, and this is my only criticism. Misha has done his growing outside of the narrative, he’s already done a lot of his atoning. Whilst the story outside of the pages would have made this novel the weight of a concrete block, I did wish for more on that front. That all said, I did love the story, and undoubtedly I will come back to it eventually when I’m ready to re-digest that which I missed on my first read through.
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donna wright
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Fantastic read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 1, 2019
Well what do you say, when you finally read a book and author that everyone has told you about and realise what you''ve been missing out on. I really enjoyed this brilliant story and the way it completely unfolded. The twists in this book were brilliant and although I...See more
Well what do you say, when you finally read a book and author that everyone has told you about and realise what you''ve been missing out on. I really enjoyed this brilliant story and the way it completely unfolded. The twists in this book were brilliant and although I predicted some. I didn''t predict them all. The characters where fantastic and to say that although this is a young adult book it was still brilliant, for me they really didn''t appear that young at all. This book went from Friendship, then hate and then love, it was "mean" girls at its finest in my opinion and when all the cards are laid on the table it makes for a thrilling love story. Misha and Ryen were just brilliant and for me, I would love to see a book of all that happened for them. His rise to fame and them becoming the team that we know that they are. Maybe one day, we can only hope. This book is a total recommend for me. Next up for me is Corrupt.....
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MissV
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Hard work - misread synopsis!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 25, 2017
This is a really difficult book to review because frankly, I think I made a mistake by not reading the synopsis properly - so hands up on that one! I think this book would be well liked by readers of around 15-20 years with it''s late teenaged main characters and primarily...See more
This is a really difficult book to review because frankly, I think I made a mistake by not reading the synopsis properly - so hands up on that one! I think this book would be well liked by readers of around 15-20 years with it''s late teenaged main characters and primarily high school based environment. I very nearly gave up on this book before page 60. I found the first half very slow but the latter half I quite enjoyed. I am glad I persevered as it did finish well, with no loose ends. My greatest disappointment was the lack of love I had for the two main characters. I felt pity towards Reyan (the girl), and Misha (the guy) I liked at the start, hated in the main, and liked again in the last couple of chapters. I think that''s what the author aims for but it didn''t make for comfortable reading. There seemed to be a number of characters who just appeared with no real background, and felt a little skated over but were actually quite useful to the story. There''s a lot of passion later in the book, with high octane teenage hormones racing around, and actually as a 40 something, it took me back to the no holds barred approach to teenage life and that was nice. What I really liked about this book was the hidden story, an event that affected Misha throughout the book but isn''t really described in full till that end of the book. So, overall it wasn''t dreadful, and it did take some effort to get through but I take ownership over not reading the synopsis properly
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