Keeping up with reviewing books has been hard lately right? I’m finding that even for books I really enjoyed, I’m struggling to write more than a paragraph which isn’t great when you’re trying to run a whole book blog.
This story packs a punch, and is basically Netflix’s You for teens – with a more satisfying ending. I loved that even though this was a multi-pov, Delilah was undeniably the main character, and I rooted for her through the story as she became morally grey. This ending left me with a few suspicions, and a few questions, so I’m looking forward to what the next book has in store – I would love it to be set in Singapore.
I forgot the blurb before going into this, and that was the best thing I could have done for myself. This story tore my heart to pieces before gently picking me back up and piecing everything back together with the help of a lost boy, a brain damaged dog and whales. This story is just so utterly beautiful, quotable, and wonderful.
I wanted to get a full review of this book posted, but it’s just so good I’m resorting to telling you to just buy it. The friendship, the exploration of what means to be neurodivergent, the ending, it was just so, so good. I want to read every book Elle ever writes.