"I love you more than I hate everything else." - Landline by Rainbow Rowell.
I read this for the BookTubeAThon 2015 and it was my first Rainbow Rowell book, but I didn't really click with it. There were a lot of references to TV shows that I barely ever got, and the plot seemed interesting but it's filled with so many holes and that was my biggest problem! I mean you make a phone that can basically bring you back to the past and you don't explain anything about how it's working?? Is what she's saying affecting the future? Is anything about the main plot point going to be explained!? Nope. I just think if you're going to play with time travel you need to get it right because it's one of the hardest things to explain, but the explanation what makes it great. It was a nice, easy read but I wouldn't recommend it
⭐️⭐️⭐️ THREE STARS (kind of feel like it should be a bit lower now though)
Speaking of (not) recommending books, @leisurelyreading tagged me to do the #bookrecomendation tag!
💭 A book that got you into reading: the Cam Jansen series was my jam in grade 1
💭 A book that made you swoon: the To All The Boys I've Loved Before series by Jenny Han
💭 A book you will always recommend: I can't pick one so Vicious by V.E. Schwab, Salt to the Sea by Rute Sepetys, and Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
💭 A book you will always like to reread: what other possible answer is there other than Harry Potter?
💭 A book that gave you a hangover: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
💭 Favourite author: Of course J.K. Rowling, but also Jenny Han (i'm addicted to watching her Instagram stories) and David Sedaris (I haven't read much by him yet, but he is hilarious!)