Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Book Review (457): Finding Mr Brightside - Jay Clark

Finding Mr. Brightside

Age Appropriate: Young Adult
Buy It: Amazon | B&N | The Book Depository 
There are some books that capture you from just the synopsis, Finding Mr Brightside was one of those books, I was fascinated by the way that Juliette and Abram know of each other, Juliette's Mom and Abram's Dad were having an affair and subsequently died together in a car accident, and while they've lived down the street from each other all of their lives they've avoided personal contact, until the night they run into each other at a pharmacy, it's from this encounter they begin to spend a lot of time together and ultimately find kindred spirits in each other having both gone through the same thing.

This story was so funny, heartwarming and cute, I adored it and finished it in one sitting and wanted to reread it immediately then and there it was just so good.

This may just be one of my favourite books of the year so far.

For those who love their contemporary romances with an original storyline, then you need to pick this one up.

I give this 5/5 stars.

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About the Author

Jay Clark is the author of The Edumacation of Jay Baker, which was named a Bank Street College Best Book. He’s also a random blogger. Surprisingly popular entries like “How to stop hating people in 21 minutes” and “8 tips for posting your best selfie yet!” can be found on his website: He lives in Columbus, Ohio.

1 comment:

  1. I am so excited to read this! The cover and blurb sound so good and there have been so many positive reviews! Great review!

    Pearl @ AsteriskPearl's Book Blog