No rest for the passionate! With Camp NaNoWriMo completed here's the newest book review I've been working on. Collide by Forever was given to me in exchange for an honest review and I have posted the original on goodreads.
way and other times there were detail glossed over I wanted more from and details that were far too detailed that I needed less of. Esthetically the ebook was clean and easy to read, with the one exception of when the author used a handwriting font for letters from the character, this could get tricky to read on a smaller e-reader and if you were tired and use glasses I opted to put the book down and come back later.
All of the characters felt real and alive and most of the secondary characters had the necessary amount of depth to also be placed in that category. Avalon was whitty, strong and determined and her chemistry with Shay boiled off the pages at certain points. Shay is a strong abused kid who manages to learn despite it all how special he is through the course of the book. The theme of desperation, suicide and depression are the lifeblood of this book and all of them manage to end on a positive note as the story wraps up. Suicide is thwarted through love and unbreakable companionship and sends a positive message to the reader on how love can conquer all.