Each Friday I'll feature one of my favorite books or a book I read in the last week and come up 5 words to describe it. View it as a super mini review. This week I'm featuring:
You are warned. I did not like this book. Here are my five words:
Stupid: The plot, the drama, the characters. Just about everything was stupid. I actually thought the companion book, which I featured last week was decent. This one, not so much. I wanted to smash the characters across the heads to knock some sense into them. They were both just so stupid and immature. Yuck.
Forgettable: I finished this on Monday, within a few days, I have forgotten most of it. This book was in and out of my brain in seconds.
Boring: There was nothing that made me want to keep reading. I actually had to force myself to pick it up a few times. I just wanted it to be over. The "suspense" of the big secret was equally boring and stupid.
Confusing: Like the companion book, Two-Way Street, the story is told by duel POVs. It switches from a "Before" and "The Trip". The big problem was in the editing. Sometimes they put the wrong days, or confused the timeline. I thought I was going NUTS. I had to go back and recheck multiple times to make sure I wasn't missing something, but nope, the book's timeline was messed up on a few occasions. It was seriously annoying.
Rapid: Once I finally sat down and committed time to read it, it did go fast. It was an easy read, and could really be read in a few hours.