While it isn’t my usual “genre” when it comes to reviews, I do enjoy reading as much as I love writing. And as long as I’m reading I figure why not write about the books, because like many other products you find on the blog books can range from being fantastic to unbearable, eccentric to conservative, and informative to imaginative.
Since I seem to be so fixated on packaging of everything I come in contact with, it’s only appropriate to treat books the same way (in a different sense). The cover, while not very intricate, it can certainly catch ones attention depending on what they’re looking for. Unfortunately with this book I don’t really think the word love has enough to do with the story to be on the cover, but that’s what makes it interesting.
To the type of reader who reads to get the basic context of what’s going on, something like The Hunger Games would be more appropriate. To somebody who reads to get the symbolism, to look for foreshadowing, and to hunt down signs of characterization, this is definitely a book worth looking into.
It’s because of how in-depth this book gets without saying much at all, that it got a rating of (5/10). Unlike most products where that is a sub-par rating, with this book it’s only because half of its readers would give it a (10/10) while the other half a (0/10).