Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review. No payments made between me and the publisher.
I’ve been waiting for What To Say Next since I’ve heard that Julie Buxbaum, the author, is releasing another after Tell Me Three Things. I was excited and immediately tried my luck to join the tour when I saw the announcement over Twitter. I could say I enjoyed reading the book even though I had a hard time on the first parts of it, a little slow at first then it was getting better as the story continues.
David the introvert, honest and smart kiddo. Kit, a pretty, grieving but moving on type of girl. Both have different attitude, both wants some change and they found it on each other. They’re story is a bit odd (I didn’t mean anything negative). They used to not notice each other until one day Kit just sat on David’s lunch table. Since then, the two slowly enjoyed each other’s company. They talk inside and outside of school. Will they have a good relationship as the story goes? That’s what readers have to find out.
I may have some hindrances when I read this book but I managed to enjoy every pages of it when I have enough time, it was like one to two hours per day or sometimes until I fell asleep. It was a little challenging with work BUT this book always change my mood. The moment I start reading, I’ll definitely start to relax. The book was simple and straightforward, there may have a little flashbacks but that’s on Kit’s head. Reading What To Say Next was worth it. I loved how she described her characters and how she twists her stories. I bet other readers will love this book as well, light and smooth read, amazing and catchy book cover and especially that’s Julie Buxbaum! I, personally, will always read her works. I do love it!
The author never failed to make her readers happy. Her works are really awesome and she did it again on What To Say Next. I am looking forward for more of her works.
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