Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Review: GRAVITY by Abigail Boyd

15-year old Ariel is a sad, pathetic girl that lost her friend a year ago and is now seeing her image everywhere.

Story had a slow start. All she really talks about is her boring parents and the monotonous cliché that is high school (although Henry was a little interesting.)

"What about me? I'm what's missing. You can't go until you find me." Jenna's voice rings in her head. And it is this very thing that piques your curiosity. The story begins to go in misguided directions with Ariel's dreams. First of all, you can't even tell what's a dream and what's not a dream. Is this a psychological thriller? Is it a ghost story? Is this girl being haunted or what?

The whole thing is mainly Ariel talking about the people around her. She just goes on and on and on and...Grrr

My rating: 2 stars

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