Reviews by kylahyatt
This isn't a forgettable book. It's funny, sarcastic, devastating, all at the same time. If you are someone who doesn't enjoy reading, all I can say is, I know many people who's minds have been changed by this book. Yes, there is a lot of hype about this book, and some people don't think it lives up to the expectations, but I find that most people who have read this book care deeply about Hazel, Augustus, and even Isaac, and if you have already read it, reread it because it is better the second time.
This book is similar to a lot of other books about days repeating over. I still enjoy this book as well as Finally and 13 Gifts.
You would think that since the story is told 4 different times in the same book it would get boring, but the characters are so interesting and different that you want to know the story from each point of view. This is a great book. I think it is enjoyable by anyone.
This book, while also being a great read, is very informative about Mia's condition. I had never heard of her condition before reading this.
The Lying Game is a completely different story from pretty little liars, so it is hard to compare the two, although I do have to say, the characters in PLL are not great people. The characters, especially the main character, Emma, in The Lying Game are more realistic, kind people. I very much enjoyed this book, which is about a teen girl named Emma, who has been in foster care since she was about 5 years old. She finds out she has a twin sister with a great life and they arrange to meet, only her sister doesn't show up. Soon, Emma discovers that her twin is missing and she ends up living her twins life while trying to solve the mystery. I love this book. It is full of suspense.