Probably every bookworm and/or first-year college student can relate to this book's storyline.
Up until now Cath was part of a package deal. She and her twin sister Wren simply did everything together, had the same friends and hobbies. But now that they start a new chapter of their lives, namely college, Wren wants to go exploring life on her own. Not being the social one of the pair, Cath pretty much locks herself up in her room to lose herself in the magical world of Simon Snow. Only slowly does Cath learn to open up to new people and experiences.
This is a story about love: the love for books, the love you share with your family and one's first love. Furthermore, it's about growing up, being open to new experiences and dealing with loss.
I really enjoyed reading this book, because I could relate to Cath really well. I liked most of the characters and the realistic storyline. My only point of criticism would be that there are too many extracts of a book series that does not exist. Why make the reader curious and then leave them hanging like that?
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