A Short History Of The Girl Next Door
Author: Jared Reck
Publisher: Knopf Books For Young Readers
Genre/Themes/Demo: YA, Contemporary, Romance
Release Date: September 26th 2017
Page Count: 272
Format: eARC via NetGalley
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*Disclaimer: An ARC of A Short History Of The Girl Next Door by Jared Reck was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not effect my opinion in any way.
Initial DNF @ Page 50
As of right now, I’ll be DNFing this one. Unfortunately, I just wasn’t jiving with this story. My mind kept wandering while I was reading and I was unable to connect to the characters and stay focused on the story.
At the moment, I can’t really tell if it was because I just wasn’t in the mood for this genre, but I do usually really enjoy contemporaries. I may try to come back to this one at some point, but probably not any time in the near future.
Take Two! Final DNF @ Page 100
I tried reading this again after seeing so many wonderful reviews. I got to page 100 and had to stop again. I’m not really sure why this book isn’t working for me, but it just isn’t and I think I have to accept that. Clearly my opinion is in the minority though!
Thank you for reading!
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