Alex, Woodroffe 2019
This book was very much a coming-of-age book, it was a boy coming into his own by finding his passion, the potential love interest was barely covered, mentioned every now and again, but it was just there and I barely noticed that it was being covered. His loss of his father was genuine, not just covered by him, it affected everyone, this makes it seem more real and emotive, but his "family struggles" seemed to be no one in his family being able to sympathise with each other's pain at the loss of a close family member, which is understandable, but still, I didn't particularly enjoy it.
Posted on: 14th June 2019 at 09:41 am
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