Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Review: The Something More Boxed Set

The Something More Boxed Set The Something More Boxed Set by Danielle Pearl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This review is for all 3 stories, as it was hard to put it down. The first story Normal was the harrowing account through Rory’s eyes. Where the past is interspersed and unfolding along with the present. Seeing how her relationship with Robin unfolds, seen through her eyes is written really well, even if to some the self-blame may be overtop, I think it captured the manipulations by others very well done. We also see her relationship with Sam develop, and it was lovely to see. We then have Recap, where we see everything through Sam’s eyes, and follows meeting Rory and everything up to the end of Normal. This gave us another perspective, and we saw Rory through different eyes.
The third story Normal was told from a dual perspective, Rory and Sam. We also see all the repercussions from the Miami trip. It was wonderful to see Rory growing stronger and more of a normal teenage girl, by the end of this book. This was a gripping account the rape and sexual abuse of a teenage girl, and how it affected all aspects of her life. Nerveless it is a story of hope and happiness. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


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