I will begin this review by saying that I probably shouldn’t have requested the ARC based on how little I enjoyed The Atlas Six, but I was intrigued by the ending and wanted to know more. This was a mistake. I’m breaking this review down into categories based on thoughts I had while reading this book.
0.48% “my arc is missing every third “th” this is infuriating”
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My camera roll is full of screenshots of sentences that are fully unreadable because the letters are missing which killed the mood of some of the more serious discussions in the book. I wanted to put down the book the second that I noticed the mistake wasn’t a one-off, but I stuck with it and suffered through every page. However, this wasn’t even the biggest reason why the book was such a struggle to read.
As I am currently too overwhelmed with college work to pick up a book, it’s a bit strange that I’m doing a ‘currently reading’ tag. This tag was created by Charly Reynhorse over on YouTube.
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(A note before we begin: I started reading this book yesterday, and finished it today. I wrote this review today so everything is a first impression while the story is still fresh in my mind. My thoughts might change over time, but these are the ones I have in this moment.)
(I’m also trying out a new way of reviewing.)
It’s been a while since I’ve read a ‘new’ John Green book, but this one was definitely worth the wait.
Sixteen-year-old Aza is pursuing the mystery of a missing billionaire, and there’s a hundred-thousand-dollar reward at stake, so her best friend Daisy is eager to investigate. As much as Aza wants to be part of the mystery and present in her new relationship with an old friend, she’s trapped within the ever-tightening spiral of her own thoughts.
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