Title: The Distance Between Us
Author: Kasie West
Genre: Young Adult, Romance
Number of Pages: 312
Publisher: Harper Teen
Date: 30 June 2016
Rating on goodreads: 4 Stars
Why You Should Read This Book:
This is going to be the shortest review I’ve ever written.
Read. This. Book!
It’s got a super sarcastic (the kind of sarcastic everyone shy wishes they were) main character. A really sweet book-boyfriend, who is actually a good fit for Miss Sarcastic. The book has a good storyline, stretched over a few weeks, with little meetings, time to get to know one another, making it a believable romance between these two. I will admit, there is a bit of coincidence and convenience, but that’s just part (of the charm) of these stories. Plus, there was far less drama and tragedy than I expected when I decided to read this book, making it the perfect read for a quiet Friday night.
100% entertainment value.
And did I mention that Miss Sarcastic is a really strong, confident character who leads women into a new age of lady scientists?
“Because that’s my life: Screaming without making a sounds.”
Would that statement send him running? Probably. So why didn’t I say it out loud?