I received a free digital copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
So, it took me several chapters to get invested into this story. It was a good story, but I just couldn’t connect with it as deeply as I originally thought I would have. Towards the middle, I got really into it and couldn’t put it down.
This was quite a funny read. I found myself laughing out loud through a lot of it. I enjoyed Gemma’s character a lot and it was fun taking this journey with her. She started out so naive but quickly grew into such an awesome strong character.
I love how this book was inspired by the “youtube” culture we have in our world today. It was fun seeing this through a first person perspective. I feel it was honest in Gemma’s mistakes and missteps and really showed how hard she worked to get to where she is.
Overall, this was a cute and easy book to get lost in for an afternoon. Thank you kindly to Sophie Ranald, Bookouture, and NetGalley for allowing me to review this title. Cover art and synopsis taken from NetGalley.
Greetings and Salutations my dear friends and welcome to Feathered Fables! My name is Sari and I am a bird obsessed book lover. I currently live in Central South Florida with my 14 birds and my sweet elderly puppers Lucy. You will see them on this site frequently. I started Feathered Fables in an attempt to venture out into the book world. I tend to read (and write) mostly young adult fiction, historical fiction, mystery, thriller, and romance. I do hope you will follow my journey on this site and stick around for a bit!
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