fallingCaution – spoiler alert – do not say you were not warned.

This book lacked a plot. Every so ofter there would be a vague attempt at some conflict, but it just seemed to be going nowhere.  Girl meets boy. Occasional small things arise. They are nothing and everyone gets over them quickly.

Then he dies. In a move so telegraphed that I had figured out at least 200 pages earlier that it was going to happen.  And the title is a horrible horrible pun on how he dies. I wouldn’t even call this foreshadowing, it’s so blatant.

Do yourself a favour and skip this book.  I’m just glad I got it from the library and didn’t waste a cent on it.

She’s not even disguising Westport anymore. It feels tired and forced.


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