I was not paid, compensated or asked to do this review.
All thoughts & opinions are my own
I have not done a book review in forever. So as a part of my blog every day in Jan I thought I would include one. I may make it a monthly occurring theme too.
I’m a huge fan of Buck Books & Kobo Daily Deals. And thus I have gotten some great books for less than $5.
Now I’m not going to lie some of the books I’ve bought have been mediocre or meh.
However sometimes one comes along that just leaves you like this.
That was so me when it came to this book.
Fractured by Dani Atkins
(Also known as Then & Always)
The story follows Rachel. She has a handsome boyfriend, and great friends and is just about to start university. She’s young, in love and has never been happier.
But Rachel’s world changes in a heartbeat and the world as she knows it will never be the same.
It’s now five years later and Rachel is still struggling to come to terms with the event that changed her life.
She’s back home for her best friend’s wedding when she falls suddenly and lands in the hospital. When she wakes up, Rachel discovers that the world that she knew no longer exists and that she may actually be living her dream life after all.
How can Rachel trust her own memories, where in this world the man she lost it is still alive, yet she’s engaged to someone else?
This book will have you hooked from the beginning, and will make you go wow by the end.
I loved it, and every time I think about I’m still left in awe. Which is why I rated it 5 Stars.
What are you reading at the moment?
What was the last book you gave 5 starts to?
1 thought on “Book Review: Fractured”
Pingback: book review: Our Song - Matilda Iglesias