Monday, 6 March 2017

"How I live now" by Meg Rosoff

Love witty teenagers. Observant in a way adults are not, straight to the point, relaxingly short-sighted but simultaneously making grand plans about the future. This book offers you a good read and challenges the point of view that young adults is a genre for young adults. Why would a teenager's perspective be less relevant when it is in fact an asset?

For a big amount of time, each sentence matters, is interesting, makes me want to read more. It is easy, too, even though the topics are not. But the cover? Not any of the editions I have seen match the content.


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