3 stars · Books · Literary · Magical Realism · Reviews · Young Adult


For a book which breaks the fourth wall it has no idea how to really do it well and give more depth to their character.

Even when the author is inside the book, it was incredibly difficult to understand what was the point of the story and where it was trying to go.

For most part, I do like the idea of characters rebelling against a story. But I just didn’t like how the story seemed to have used it for the work. It didn’t really feel authentic nor did it have much importance in the story as it is. Just an extra to the book.

As such, I felt that the two most important selling points of the story was basically thrown out the window. And rarely used apart from being mentioned.

Needless to say, there isn’t all much left to the book.

Rating: 2 out of 5


2 thoughts on “Literally

  1. This should’ve been brilliant. The premise is original and interesting at least, but after reading your review I wouldn’t give it a try. 😕

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