January 03, 2014

Sia by Josh Grayson

Eingestellt von wanderherz um 11:21 AM



I received this e-ARC for free on netgalley.com (Thank you!) and in exchange I will do an honest review.

So the start was pretty good: one day Sia wakes up on a bench in the middle of the day and she has no clue where or who she is. Only her iPod says her name Sia and that's it. A really promising start, but somehow it went downhill from there. I really liked the first chapters, but after Sia meets her parents again, the story becomes so unrealistic and ridiculous. Everything felt like "happily ever after" and I couldn't buy the whole amnesia plot twist, sorry. Solving your mum's drinking problem (which she had for a year) in two weeks? Check. Getting the boy, although he hated you nuts before? Check. Sorting out your father's money by attending the Oscar's afterparty? Check.
The story was nice, but definitely a light, unrealistic read.


"Wake up! A tiny, annoying tickle on my face. No, no, no, ... Need sleep. Go away. It comes again - Wake up!- and this time it's a definite touch on my cheek."

"True friendship is when two friends can walk in opposite directions, yet remain side by side.”

2 of 5 stars

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