My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Rainbow Rowell has impressed me in both “Fangirl” and “Eleanor and Park” and continues to do so with “Attachments”.
This is what happens when you don’t read the publication year/date/whatever – you didn’t realize that the book is super new that the next book is not out yet and now you’re gorydamn depressed because oh my god, what is going to happen?
That is exactly what’s happening to me right now. I am feeling so lost and the last time I felt that way was “Harry Potter” when I had to wait year after year for the next book to come out. So I did a little googling and by Zeus, I have to wait till next year for the sequel? Who do I have to kill to get the advanced copy?!
Wow, I think this was the fastest I read a book since Harry Potter series! I guess it’s because the book is not that thick. But that does not mean the book was not interesting. In fact, it was surprisingly good and surpassed my expectation of it.
Well, this book took too long for me to finish – partly because I was distracted by YouTube and partly because I found it boring and slightly confusing in the beginning. But I finally did get how the book is structured and actually enjoyed it. It’s kind of like baking a cake – in the beginning, you have to put the flour, egg and sugar and mix them all up nicely before you put other more interesting ingredients to bake whatever cake you want. This book is just like that.