Everything Everything Review

Hello my Bookworms,

So as you may have of noticed that I haven’t been very frequent with my once a week post. So here’s another book review, please comment down below what tags you would like me to do. This review is Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon.

Rate- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.75

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Background

This book is about 18 year old Maddie who lives in this bubble that she can’t leave and by that I mean the house. Unfortunaly Maddie has a rare disease called SCID which means that she is allergic to pretty much everything (basically the world itself) She has never left the house but there is a feeling inside that something is going to change when the hot new neighbour takes her breath away from staring through her plain bedroom window where she is held prisoner due to her illness. But can she resist the temptation of meeting Olly? and is she going to take a crazy risk of bursting her bubble for a very complicated love story?

Why 4.75 Stars ?

This book is one of my normal reads a cute love story, however there is unexpected twist that I knew was coming, but I thought it was something else. This book made me feel connected to the characters however it was a two sit in read as I started at 1 am and by 4 am I only had a hundred pages left but I had to get up for school so I spent another hour after school finishing. So approximately this book took me 4 hours to read, but don’t get me wrong it’s not one of them crap short reads or one left unfinished it just flowed so nicely and had me hooked from page by page.  I also think that as this book was such an easy but lovely cute read I will be reading it quite a lot through the years. another thing i love is this book shows how much people are willing to risk to keep there love one’s.

Recommend

I know I say this about all my books but hell yes! But the day after I have finished this book I gave it to my friend the next morning at school and I’m waiting on her response I do hop she loves it and enjoys it as much as I do 🙂

Quote’s

Spend some time with your mother. Boys come and go, but mothers are foreverPage 113

Maybe growing up means disappointing the people we lovePage 218

Nothing hurts except my heart, but I’m trying not to us itPage 252

My heart is too bruised and I want to keep the pain as a reminderPage 255

 Peace Out book362worm aka Hannah x

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