Thank you to the Probability Reading blog for this brilliant review of No Sad Songs as one of today’s stops on the summer blog tour!
I was given an e-book copy of this book to review as a part of the blog tour. However, all views are my own and not influenced by this.
I was weary about this book to start with as despite the family tragedy happening very quickly, the book begins slowly and I was unsure as to where it was going to take me. However, clearly this was a ploy for the slap bham wallop of the action. I loved the plot and the way Gabe finds himself (that sounds cheesy but I can promise you it’s not cheesy in the book – I just couldn’t find a better way of putting it) amongst the tragedy and flurry of craziness.
I love the concept of the book and the way it’s been brilliantly written. I love that we get to see Gabe’s thoughts, though I’m not quite sure I understand…
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