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Millie Alvarez is a college senior with dreams of being a best selling science fiction writer like her favorite author, sci-fi mastermind Luke Danielson. She fantasizes about dating Rod, her handsome, young writing professor, who has a fan base of his own. Of course no one knows this but her two best friends, Fran and Mike. In the real world, Millie is anything but a succe Millie Alvarez is a college senior with dreams of being a best selling science fiction writer like her favorite author, sci-fi mastermind Luke Danielson. She fantasizes about dating Rod, her handsome, young writing professor, who has a fan base of his own. Of course no one knows this but her two best friends, Fran and Mike. In the real world, Millie is anything but a success. She always gets casted in the worst roles in her college's musical productions, has a single subscriber to her writing blog, and struggles to be with anyone but Fran and Mike. She even avoids meeting Trent, an exchange student from London who matches with her on the dating app Charmed. Sam always wants to hang out with Millie, but he isn't her type; he's too skinny and happy and won't stop asking Millie about all her favorite things. But things spiral out of Millie's control when Fran moves out of their dorm room to live with her sister and her estranged dad won't stop calling her to make amends. To top it all off, the pain inside of Millie's chest is worsening. Millie must decide if she's ready to face everything head on. Can she do it? Is she stronger than she thinks she is? All Millie knows is that her life is one big mess that she cannot seem to escape.


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Millie Alvarez is a college senior with dreams of being a best selling science fiction writer like her favorite author, sci-fi mastermind Luke Danielson. She fantasizes about dating Rod, her handsome, young writing professor, who has a fan base of his own. Of course no one knows this but her two best friends, Fran and Mike. In the real world, Millie is anything but a succe Millie Alvarez is a college senior with dreams of being a best selling science fiction writer like her favorite author, sci-fi mastermind Luke Danielson. She fantasizes about dating Rod, her handsome, young writing professor, who has a fan base of his own. Of course no one knows this but her two best friends, Fran and Mike. In the real world, Millie is anything but a success. She always gets casted in the worst roles in her college's musical productions, has a single subscriber to her writing blog, and struggles to be with anyone but Fran and Mike. She even avoids meeting Trent, an exchange student from London who matches with her on the dating app Charmed. Sam always wants to hang out with Millie, but he isn't her type; he's too skinny and happy and won't stop asking Millie about all her favorite things. But things spiral out of Millie's control when Fran moves out of their dorm room to live with her sister and her estranged dad won't stop calling her to make amends. To top it all off, the pain inside of Millie's chest is worsening. Millie must decide if she's ready to face everything head on. Can she do it? Is she stronger than she thinks she is? All Millie knows is that her life is one big mess that she cannot seem to escape.

48 review for A Fantastic Mess of Everything

  1. 5 out of 5

    Eliza Nat

    This book is suitable if you're looking for: - A light and easy read - Sweet romance with light humor - Little to no drama - Something akin to Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl One line summary: Sweet, simple, and puts a smile on my face. I received a copy of this book for an honest review. First of all, I would like to pinpoint how similar this book is, in terms of storyline, with Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl. It is not boring nor flat but simply very straight forward. In terms of writing, I enjoyed how the aut This book is suitable if you're looking for: - A light and easy read - Sweet romance with light humor - Little to no drama - Something akin to Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl One line summary: Sweet, simple, and puts a smile on my face. I received a copy of this book for an honest review. First of all, I would like to pinpoint how similar this book is, in terms of storyline, with Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl. It is not boring nor flat but simply very straight forward. In terms of writing, I enjoyed how the author put in effort in describing a particular setting, or a character. They helped in imagining the whole scene. I also enjoyed the friendships between characters and the life in each character. I thought the author did a great job in building the traits and personality of each character in this book. Also, I appreciate the fact that the author brought in elements introduced in the beginning of the story to the later part of the story- it gave an illusion of a well thought out storyline. All in all, the writing style was to my liking and I would recommend this book as a light reading. I would be keen to read more from Beck Medina, especially one with a fresh storyline.

  2. 4 out of 5

    zoë ❅ (fallxnrobin)

    I have a habit of thinking of what to write in my review the moment I start a book. It's good to have first impressions and all but sometimes it ruins my enjoyment for the rest of the books as that first impression just kinda sticks. But I think it's amazing how my review for this at 75% did a complete 180 degree backflip 5% later and a 180 degree flip forward another 5% later. All in all, I really liked this book. It's a really cute contemporary that is simple to understand and easily enjoyable I have a habit of thinking of what to write in my review the moment I start a book. It's good to have first impressions and all but sometimes it ruins my enjoyment for the rest of the books as that first impression just kinda sticks. But I think it's amazing how my review for this at 75% did a complete 180 degree backflip 5% later and a 180 degree flip forward another 5% later. All in all, I really liked this book. It's a really cute contemporary that is simple to understand and easily enjoyable. I believe that sometimes we all need some simplicity in our life. 4 stars ―WHAT I LIKED― 1. Just enough problems without getting too dramatic Millie certainly has quite a few problems of her own: her roommate/best friend has moved out to live with her sister, her father who left them when she was 2 years old wants to make amends with her, and she has yet to decide what she wants to do after she graduates. This is in part due to Millie's personality. Everyone has a breaking point, and when Millie reached hers, it was so sudden because all this while she has been keeping all these problems to herself, putting on a courageous façade and pretending that everything's fine and that she doesn't think much about these things. Millie was really sick of everyone's rules. Rules were the reason Sam couldn't kiss her. She wanted to live her life restriction-free. 2. ALL THE GOALS I was mentally just screaming “GOALS” throughout most of the book. Friendship goals, family goals and relationship goals. I'm probably being slightly insensitive when I say this but, I would rather have an estranged relationship with my dad but be close to my mom and grandparents rather than be distant from all of them. [about Millie and her grandpa] It was their special way of communicating, two people who really lacked in the sentimental department and would rather say nothing but knew deep down that doing something was enough. She wished everyone was in on this secret. Now, let's talk about my favourite part of this book: MILLIE AND SAM. Every scene they spent together as a couple was just fluffiness and sweetness overload. They lie in bed and marathon Black Hole Mystery Theater, they talk about mundane stuff like favourite colours and they WRITE LETTERS TO EACH OTHER. If that isn't cool I don't know what is. [Sam] And I knew exactly what it means to feel your own existence. It's how I feel when I'm laying on your bed and I can't focus on Black Hole Mystery Theater because all I'm thinking about is you laying right there next to me living and breathing and stuff. Though this is partially due to Sam being unsure of his feelings towards Millie and not wanting to take things further but it still doesn't deny the fact that they are cute together. [Millie] “I haven't showered in a week.” [Sam] “Please stop talking dirty to me. I simply cannot handle it.” ―WHAT IRKED ME― 1. The dialogue For the most part, I enjoyed reading the dialogue. It was humourous and interesting, but there were times where it was formatted like this: Millie: “Upstairs.” Sam: “What's upstairs?” Millie: “Nothing interesting.” Sam: “You seemed upset.” Millie: “I wasn't.” I've seen this numerous times in fanfictions, and it never fails to annoy me. But seeing it in a published book not once, not twice, but TWELVE times just makes me want to rip the pages out. Alas, I read on an e-reader. (Even if I didn't, don't worry, I won't, it's a waste of energy and paper. After all, we must save the Earth, no?). If you really don't want to keep repeating “he/she says” five times in a row, I'd rather you simply format it like this: “Upstairs.” “What's upstairs?” “Nothing interesting.” “You seemed upset.” “I wasn't.” 2. Rodney's role in the book Rodney has always been a pretty vague character from the start. He appears to be sending some love signals in Millie's direction but he's a professor and she's a student and this obviously isn't an anime so they aren't gonna get intimate with each other, right? Okay I was kinda hoping they'd get together for awhile, if not permanently, because that would be really interesting. But instead, he acted as some kind of backup guy while (view spoiler)[Millie and Sam broke up their relationship to understand their real feelings towards each other. (hide spoiler)] He barely has a presence in the book other than Millie obsessing over how well written his book is and freaking out over accidentally liking a picture he posted over a hundred weeks on Filtergram, then he comes back to simply be a BACKUP PLAN???? Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram

  3. 4 out of 5

    clar

    First of all, the title is just intriguing. A Fantastic Mess of Everything. Who wouldn't be interested after reading this title? This is a story about a girl unknowingly suffering from anxiety and trying to make her way through her fourth year in college. All seems doomed; Millie's best friend moved out to live with another girl and her love life a mess. She's afraid of showing her talent for writing and is generally insecure of herself. However, a boy she's known for years suddenly forces his wa First of all, the title is just intriguing. A Fantastic Mess of Everything. Who wouldn't be interested after reading this title? This is a story about a girl unknowingly suffering from anxiety and trying to make her way through her fourth year in college. All seems doomed; Millie's best friend moved out to live with another girl and her love life a mess. She's afraid of showing her talent for writing and is generally insecure of herself. However, a boy she's known for years suddenly forces his way into her life and shows her a different view in life. In the fantastic mess of everything, Millie emerges glorious and finally ends the conflict within herself. "A fantastic mess of everything" is used in the book, which is a fact I love (quote, like Papertowns by John Green and When We Collided by Emery Lord, both brilliant books). I'm fascinated with the meaning of the phrase and I will probably be using this phrase a lot from now on. The storyline was fantastic, and keep me up all night reading.The ups and downs of Millie's life is so believable and also highlights the reality of anxiety: it's often overlooked but it is potentially lethal. There are a lot of interesting characters in this book and I think my favorite is Ophelia. She's such a darling :D The writing was pretty fluid and the story went along smoothly. I give this book a four stars because it's pretty good :) I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review :)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lynda Dickson

    Millie is a college senior. While everyone around her seems to know what they want to do with their lives, Millie is consumed by fear and anxiety. She harbors a secret desire to be a science fiction author and even has a blog devoted to the genre, but she's too scared to do anything about it. Her only female friends are her mother and her roommate Fran, who has just abandoned her to move in with her sister. But Millie does have a lot of guys in her life: her friend Mike; Sam, the set designer wh Millie is a college senior. While everyone around her seems to know what they want to do with their lives, Millie is consumed by fear and anxiety. She harbors a secret desire to be a science fiction author and even has a blog devoted to the genre, but she's too scared to do anything about it. Her only female friends are her mother and her roommate Fran, who has just abandoned her to move in with her sister. But Millie does have a lot of guys in her life: her friend Mike; Sam, the set designer who seems to have designs on her; Trent, an English exchange student she meets via a dating app but hasn't actually met yet; the mysterious danish_cupcake who always comments on her blog posts; hot Professor Rodney; Dustin, who asks her for help with a writing assignment; her favorite sci-fi author, Luke Danielson; her Grandpa, who is more like a father to her; and last, but not least, Walter, her estranged father, who is trying to reconnect with her after abandoning her when she was two. I really wanted to like this book, but I never quite connected with Millie. She has absolutely no self-confidence, even though she has so many guys interested in her. I also found it a bit hard to reconcile her shyness and anxiety with her willingness to perform onstage in a musical theater production. Her own mother is a nurse and can't even spot Millie's anxiety. It also feels like things become too normal too quickly after Millie is put on medication. As for the writing, there is too much telling, not enough showing, and constant over-explaining. There are also numerous editing and formatting errors in the version I read. Finally, Sam is such a sweetheart, but I don't understand why he wouldn't kiss Millie, even given his explanation. If you can overlook these faults, this is a quick, fun read - even given the serious issues of mental health and parental abandonment. Warning: coarse language. Even though this book is technically in the new adult genre, there is no sex. I received this book in return for an honest review. Full blog post (18 March): https://booksdirectonline.blogspot.co...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amber Hodges

    Millie is a senior in college trying to find her way in life. She isn't sure what she is going to do after college, but she knows she wants to stay in LA with her best friends, Fran and Mike and try to be a best selling sci-fi writer! When things don't go as planned, can Millie hold it together or will she let it win? I had such high hopes for this book, but to me it just fell a little flat. I just couldn't connect with Millie. I spent most of the book wanting to yell at her. She came across as Millie is a senior in college trying to find her way in life. She isn't sure what she is going to do after college, but she knows she wants to stay in LA with her best friends, Fran and Mike and try to be a best selling sci-fi writer! When things don't go as planned, can Millie hold it together or will she let it win? I had such high hopes for this book, but to me it just fell a little flat. I just couldn't connect with Millie. I spent most of the book wanting to yell at her. She came across as such a snotty brat, I couldn't help it. She is supposed to be represented as having anxiety but I just didn't feel it. I have it myself so I understand the feelings but I feel like she just seems to have everything her way or she just shut down. I liked the premise of the book. I think it has great potential and maybe with a little work on Millie as character, this could be a 5 star book. I liked following the college and all the things that go on there. I also really enjoyed Mike as a character. I felt like he was one of the realist things in the book and made total sense. He was such a great friend to both Fran and Millie and kept a relationship going. I give that man props to be able to pull that off! Sam! I loved Sam. He was such a sweetheart and he was the reason that I finished the book. His character was wonderful and I think could suck anyone into the pages just for him. He did so much for Millie it was astounding. I understand his reasonings and kept every bit of emotion I know he was also feeling. I could think of this man's smile and never get tired of it. I like that the author tried to portray anxiety and the dangers it can cause on someone. Panic attacks are real even if most of society seems to think it is just people's cry for attention. I wish that the anxiety in this book felt more real with what was being said, but I do still love the thought. I feel like the author did pull into herself towards the end of the book. I was dragging to read it through most of it and even thought about giving up on it, but as I stated before, Sam kept me reading. The author eventually gains her stride and ends it on a strong note though I feel it wrapped up a little too quickly I still very much enjoyed the ending. I wish she would have had that amount of emotion and feeling that she put in the last 20% of the book to the whole thing. I am glad I kept reading and was able to find out what happened. I was able to read the last page of this book with a smile on my face.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Vandana

    The story revolves around Millie, an introvert senior in college, who spends her time writing sci-fi stories in her blog and reading the books of Luke Danielson, a sci-fi author. She is anything but the typical popular girl. She has severe anxiety disorder, has just two friends in college (Mike and her roommate Fran) and her blog has just one follower. Dating is totally out of the picture for Millie as she is averse to interacting with strangers. Like every college girl, she has a crush on her p The story revolves around Millie, an introvert senior in college, who spends her time writing sci-fi stories in her blog and reading the books of Luke Danielson, a sci-fi author. She is anything but the typical popular girl. She has severe anxiety disorder, has just two friends in college (Mike and her roommate Fran) and her blog has just one follower. Dating is totally out of the picture for Millie as she is averse to interacting with strangers. Like every college girl, she has a crush on her professor Brandon Rodney and is completely clueless about Sam who is in love with her and wants to ask her out. Her life gets complicated when Fran decides to move in with her sister leaving Millie alone in campus and her estranged dad starts reaching out to her. Will Millie be able to conquer her anxiety and embrace the changes around her? Read More : https://bookescapadeblog.wordpress.co...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sam - Spines in a Line

    Find my full review at https://spinesinaline.wordpress.com I received a copy of this book from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. I really liked this book! I think I was able to enjoy it more because I'm so close in age with the main character and we're both coming up on the end of our undergrad degrees (yikes!). The characters and dialogue are really well-written so that they come off very natural. At some points it is a little awkward, but the characters are awkward so it’s so Find my full review at https://spinesinaline.wordpress.com I received a copy of this book from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. I really liked this book! I think I was able to enjoy it more because I'm so close in age with the main character and we're both coming up on the end of our undergrad degrees (yikes!). The characters and dialogue are really well-written so that they come off very natural. At some points it is a little awkward, but the characters are awkward so it’s something that is worked in to the story rather than making it stand at odds. The author embraces the awkwardness and that also helps make it that much more realistic! Looking forward to more from this author!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sara Coelho

    I'm glad that I won a giveaway of this book and I had the opportunity to read this book. This book gave me so many different feelings: Heartbreak, sadness, happiness and butterflies. It is a very easy book to read, and it even makes me wonder what will happen to the characters in their future. I would see this story in a movie, for sure. It's a light romance story, it is one you'll gladly read. I'm glad that I won a giveaway of this book and I had the opportunity to read this book. This book gave me so many different feelings: Heartbreak, sadness, happiness and butterflies. It is a very easy book to read, and it even makes me wonder what will happen to the characters in their future. I would see this story in a movie, for sure. It's a light romance story, it is one you'll gladly read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Roslyn Allen

    More like a 3.5 than a 3. At first it didn't grab my attention, and it took a long time for me to go back to it and keep reading, but when I did, I finished it in a few hours. It's very light, easy to read and perfect if you are looking for a YA romantic story. More like a 3.5 than a 3. At first it didn't grab my attention, and it took a long time for me to go back to it and keep reading, but when I did, I finished it in a few hours. It's very light, easy to read and perfect if you are looking for a YA romantic story.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elianna

    The book definitely has humor. It would keep you good company. Personally I caught myself thinking throughout the day about the book, certain dialogues, the plot etc. Also the books has quite a few characters the reader can relate to.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    I really enjoyed reading this book! I hope to read other books by Medina in the future.

  12. 4 out of 5

    A. Musquiz

    3.5 stars. I was sent an e-copy in exchange for an honest review. I really liked our main character, Millie, because she was very relatable and a Hispanic female lead. She was introverted, grew up in a single parent home with her mom after her dad left her when she was a kid and she harbored anger towards him ever since then. Throughout the book, she struggles to trust people again, specifically guys whenever they showed any interest in Millie because she was hurt by her dad. Millie thought peopl 3.5 stars. I was sent an e-copy in exchange for an honest review. I really liked our main character, Millie, because she was very relatable and a Hispanic female lead. She was introverted, grew up in a single parent home with her mom after her dad left her when she was a kid and she harbored anger towards him ever since then. Throughout the book, she struggles to trust people again, specifically guys whenever they showed any interest in Millie because she was hurt by her dad. Millie thought people only came into her life to leave a second later so she held most people at a distance to avoid getting hurt by them. She also lived with anxiety which I thought was a nice character trait since a lot of people suffer from anxiety and I'm also a huge supporter for mental illnesses being in more YA or NA literature, it's a topic I find is ignored in most books and I appreciate that this book had that element. It doesn't dive into the very depths of Millie's anxiety, however, but it does make it known that she has anxiety and takes medication for it. I also really loved Millie's friends as they were really fun and very supportive of each other in all aspects of life. I also loved the love interest, Sam, though I would have liked to get to him a little more since I didn't get to know much about him really but what I got was satisfying enough. This book has a nice pace, it's not too slow but not too fast and it plays out quite nicely as the book progresses. It was also quick and easy to read that had a sweet and slow-burning romance, little to no drama as well as some humor added into the mix. It wasn't very descriptive which I liked but more straight to the point which I also really enjoyed especially since it's a contemporary novel that didn't have a ton of drama and the writing style kept the story moving without rushing through it. I would recommend this book to someone who just wants a nice and realistic read such as FANGIRL. The reason why I didn't give this book a five-star rating is because the second love interest, Rod, really didn't have a strong enough presence in the story. It seemed like he was just kind of there, popping up every now and then and then disappearing and being forgotten for a majority of the book. He seemed to be more like a backup plan to add interest to the book when I honestly think the story was strong enough to carry itself without Rod. I also didn't care for how some of the dialogue was laid out. It felt like I was reading text messages instead of reading an actual conversation the characters were having: Millie: “Upstairs.” Sam: “What's upstairs?” Millie: “Nothing interesting.” Sam: “You seemed upset.” Millie: “I wasn't.” Overall, I did enjoy this book and though it wasn't perfect, I still liked it and give it a thumbs-up for being a very well-written book that I was able to really like for what it was, what it had to offer, and I'm glad I was able to read it when I did.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joanna Hahn

    I initially thought this book was going to get a very low rating. Within the first 2 chapters I had found 3 obvious grammar mistakes that someone should have caught. But as I kept reading I discovered I really did like the story. It made me smile and laugh at times and I could feel Millie's embarrassment and pain at others. I would just suggest having someone proof read it before any new editions come out. I initially thought this book was going to get a very low rating. Within the first 2 chapters I had found 3 obvious grammar mistakes that someone should have caught. But as I kept reading I discovered I really did like the story. It made me smile and laugh at times and I could feel Millie's embarrassment and pain at others. I would just suggest having someone proof read it before any new editions come out.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Peter Harmon

    A fun debut from Beck Medina!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Brooke Banks

    The first several pages with learning about Millie and Fran were good. Solid introduction to their dynamics, history, and personalities. Shortly after boys are introduced it becomes readily clear that Millie is much more attractive than she thinks. While that trope is mildly annoying, it hurt worse this time around because I was convinced Millie was one of us regular people. Nope. She may not be the goddess of beauty, but she's still on Mt. Olympus. Millie doesn't see it though because of low se The first several pages with learning about Millie and Fran were good. Solid introduction to their dynamics, history, and personalities. Shortly after boys are introduced it becomes readily clear that Millie is much more attractive than she thinks. While that trope is mildly annoying, it hurt worse this time around because I was convinced Millie was one of us regular people. Nope. She may not be the goddess of beauty, but she's still on Mt. Olympus. Millie doesn't see it though because of low self-esteem and anxiety disorder while best friends with Fran the Star. She's a rom-com protagonist who needs to get her shit together. Anxiety depiction is spot on, and love the positive medication rep. I'm on Buspirone now and have taken it as a stand-alone pill. It’s like the starter anxiety med. I've never been numbed but it's highly variable from person to person. So, don’t take this as the end-all be-all. It doesn’t mean it’ll make you numb or whatever nor does that mean it affects those around you in the same way. Keep in mind, the “numb” sensation was just after she started taking it to describe not having a panic reaction when faced with triggers and she’s clearly not a zombie on it. The flip side is it’s not a cure. She’s still an anxious person with an anxiety disorder and she has her psychological hang ups to work through. But it helps her manage and cope, which is great to see. Millie’s feelings towards her father is understandable and I was screaming right along with her. The relationship with Dude on the other hand…boy, that played me. The ending was adorably sweet and solidifies what I said earlier about Millie’s looks. These are all New Adult age characters but there's no steam sex scenes. It's a slow, romantic, and cute type romance. I think the comparison to Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl is a good one. Given the social issues included it’s weird saying it’s “light and fun” but…it kinda is. It’s a feel good contemporary romance where love doesn’t save the girl, she faces her issues and gets the help she needs. 4 Stars, besides the rough beginning with Millie the Whiney Clueless Goddess where things didn’t seem so bad and all the boys are crushing on her. I came to go “OHHHH” and things got better. A+ mental health representation.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Marissa

    I wanted to like this book... the reviews and comments on here gave me great hope for it. The thing is, this is clearly an early work for Medina. And all writers are going to have early works... we grow from somewhere. But some of those earlier works are just that early... not ready for the reading of the masses. It doesn't mean the idea was bad or that the writer sharing should stop writing... but this one only gives a small glimpse of what could be. I could not finish this book because it neede I wanted to like this book... the reviews and comments on here gave me great hope for it. The thing is, this is clearly an early work for Medina. And all writers are going to have early works... we grow from somewhere. But some of those earlier works are just that early... not ready for the reading of the masses. It doesn't mean the idea was bad or that the writer sharing should stop writing... but this one only gives a small glimpse of what could be. I could not finish this book because it needed more editing and polishing. After getting through 30% through it was a jumbled mess... while the setting and ages of the characters make this a NA, the voices of the characters read more like a MG book. Overall I have great hope though for future books from Medina just hope that more time is spent on editing and polishing. ***I received a copy of this book for a book tour and an honest review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kati

    An interesting contemporary read about growing up and moving on with life. This book is told in the third person from the perspective of Millie who is trying to get through college and get her manuscript read. The friendships and Millie’s emotional connections with others within this book was one of the most enjoyable parts for me. I did feel the story begin to lag in parts and I needed to focus and push through. I am glad I did though, this book was interesting and, as I said before I enjoyed t An interesting contemporary read about growing up and moving on with life. This book is told in the third person from the perspective of Millie who is trying to get through college and get her manuscript read. The friendships and Millie’s emotional connections with others within this book was one of the most enjoyable parts for me. I did feel the story begin to lag in parts and I needed to focus and push through. I am glad I did though, this book was interesting and, as I said before I enjoyed the character relationships and character development immensely.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Candy Hernandez

    This is a short, light and enjoyable read. Its about undergoing lots of stress a young adult in college, being a senior in college, having a crush in her professor, writing a blog which only have one follower, father issues and achieving her goals. One may relate to one of her dilemmas which make it appealing to the readers.  I voluntarily reviewed a copy that was given to me by YA Bound Book Tours. http://muretbookworm.wordpress.com This is a short, light and enjoyable read. Its about undergoing lots of stress a young adult in college, being a senior in college, having a crush in her professor, writing a blog which only have one follower, father issues and achieving her goals. One may relate to one of her dilemmas which make it appealing to the readers.  I voluntarily reviewed a copy that was given to me by YA Bound Book Tours. http://muretbookworm.wordpress.com

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kim

  20. 4 out of 5

    Gates

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andy Casas

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pucky

  23. 4 out of 5

    Eoin

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katalin

  25. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Holliday

  26. 4 out of 5

    Faisal

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  28. 5 out of 5

    Adhila

  29. 4 out of 5

    Grace

  30. 5 out of 5

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    SB

  32. 4 out of 5

    ElizrdbthSpeaks

  33. 5 out of 5

    Melissa (BookNerdMomo)

  34. 4 out of 5

    Aria

  35. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

  36. 5 out of 5

    Amelia

  37. 5 out of 5

    Kay Card

  38. 4 out of 5

    Laura

  39. 5 out of 5

    Joana

  40. 5 out of 5

    Christine Sierakowski

  41. 4 out of 5

    Sam Miller

  42. 4 out of 5

    Cat

  43. 4 out of 5

    Katelyn

  44. 4 out of 5

    Emily Burch

  45. 5 out of 5

    Cam

  46. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte

  47. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Holliday

  48. 4 out of 5

    Frederick Rotzien

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