Tech Summary: Read from January 20, 2018, to January 23, 2018.
Smile buster and sighs stealer from the first page to the last, Kevern narrates the little high schooler adventures of the awkward and ambitious reporter, Milo; covering her hooking book with laughter and a touch of dreamy illusions, Gilliam promises the best for a evening reading – Inkish Kingdoms.
I will be honest as always, but I bought this book for the price ($.99) and the synopsis looked decent enough… And I must be so honest here that I fall face first with this book! It has the same formula that other books have: a handsome new student (the big news, the sensation, the new Attraction), and then the nerdy kid that falls backward as the new boy enchanted his dreams.
That is pretty much it. The sitting was quite nice since it tried to create this little mini-ecosystem free of bullies… Why? Because here all are super smart and even nerdy… But life is not a Utopia and teenagers are not the best to behave.
I loved who they fall in for the other… So cluelessly, so innocent, and so confusingly. I can relate to the constant wondering of the what if? Do I really? Does he/she really? No clear or direct clue (I love my BF for his direct clues <3), just the guessing of the brain and the rampaging of the heart. Again, the story is quite simple, and sometimes the narration and style become to be a little bit confusing, but once you get out of that small swamp, you get to the clear waters of teenage illusions.
It seems that your majesty is pleased and the knights have spoken!
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