Book Review: Where You’ll Find Me By: Natasha Friend

Good Evening Everyone,

I thought that for this post that I would review a book that I really enjoyed reading, and I mean I really loved it to the point that I couldn’t stop reading it. There are very few books that make me feel that way and keep me hooked so when I find one that I really like I feel like I should share it  with you guys and review it. First of all, this book is mainly about the main character Anna Collette who is 13 years old and is trying to find herself and figure out who she is. What I loved most about this book is that there isn’t one dull moment and what I mean by that is that there are many obstacles and things happening. This book is very well written and once you start reading it you can’t stop,which is what I love about it. The author did such a good job by keeping the readers hooked. This book can be very easy to relate to for some people in some parts of the story which I find that it is a good thing for a writer to have. So that when they write their stories there able to share their experiences with others. So that the others are able to relate to the author and know that what has happened to them has happened to others and that there not alone.

The book starts off with Anna dealing with her parents who have become divorced and how her mother has gotten very sick. On top of that she is beginning to lose some of her friends and she is not happy about that. Throughout the story, you will find her constantly dealing with these issues and trying to figure out a way to know who she is and to try to deal with all this change that is currently happening in her life. All I can say is that the way that this book  was written is purely amazing and that I was able to finish this book in a small amount of time (that’s how good the book was where it kept me hooked the entire time). So if you guys want a book that is interesting and won’t make you lose interest I suggest that you start reading this one. I would say that this book would target audiences from 14 and above so mainly teenagers like me. I highly recommend this book and that’s all I can say without spoiling it for you guys, hope you enjoyed reading this short review.

Love, Miss Talks xoxoxoxo

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