Friday, 11 August 2017

"Zenn Diagram" Book Review

My Rating: ★★★★☆ 4 Stars

This was one of those cute books with a surprisingly clear writing style and selection of words.

The protagonist stood out to me and I connected with her in a way I haven’t connected with a character in a long time. She was smart, but not to the cliché point of having no social skills. She was a Christian but also a regular teenager with emotions and made bad decisions. I love how the various themes in this book were not overly done for the sake of creating drama/gaining attention. 
The friendships featured were not perfect, some fell flat while others were exciting and intriguing. 

Allow me to expound:
Eva & Zenn: Exciting, intriguing and cute.
Eva & Charlotte: Tolerable, not too many girly squeals.
Charlotte & Josh: Flat, dull, almost too perfect. I didn’t get to experience who they were, instead I got told who they were (if that makes sense). 
Eva & Family: Real

Overall, Zenn Diagram was well-written with a solid plot and likeable characters. 

Digital copy received from publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

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