I’m just in the mood to write a short, cute bookish blogpost about an amazing novel. Yeah. That’s a mood. So I just did this. Because, guys, I have a blog AND an amazing novel. This can’t be a coincidence. This “5 reasons” thing sounds like this is going to be a list. But it isn’t. It’s gonna be a … what? What the fudge is this supposed to be? Maybe a list. Suddenly this whole list thing sounds like a good idea.
#1 your tbr is never big enough …
Seriously? How dare you, acting like a tbr can be too big. There isn’t such a thing like too big. No true booklover would say this. I mean really? I’m always looking for new books I can read. (Check out my blogroll to see where)
#2 … and even when your tbr is too big (for real) this should be number one
THIS BOOK IS WAY TOO UNDERATED. WHY ISN’T EVERYBODY TALKING ABOUT THIS NEW FANCY YA WITH THIS STUNNING COVER AND THE MOST BEAUTYFUL LOVESTORY THAT IS PLACED IN NYC (WINTER, GUYS)? DHWHFOAEZRZTZTZBEGZSCGSHDCSDSEHCFHSDWUIKHAGG
#3 It’s about two best friends who deeply fell in love and then the grandpa died and then everything is bad
When I first read the blurb I was like: “Oh nooo, not that typical YA stuff again” but then I started reading and GOSH! Nina is such a freakin good writer! Believe me! Every word is chosen with so much love and wisdom! Exclamation point! And then, the end. THE END IS THE BEST! EVEN IF THE THINGS AREN’T PERFECT FOR MARIN OR MAYBE JUST BECAUSE THEY AREN’T. I’M IN LOVE AND I DON’T CARE WHO KNOWS. *caresses the cover*
Besides autumn winter is tha best. And this winter is special BECAUSE IT’S IN NYC! (You see, I’m really excited about this book–you guys know that I’m actually more the calm kind of person, so think about how incredible this book has to be 😉 ) And then they go to a beautyful little pottery and Marin buys this bell for Mabel (the naaaame!) and … Oh my god, I hope this wasnÄt a spoiler, was it?
#5 Don’t you trust my jugdement?
I guess the title says it all.
I somehow have the weird feeling that this is a huge fanletter to Nina–even if she’ll never read it, just like Angie Thomas (it wasn’t just a blogpost, I also wrote her a cheesy letter …)